Job: Center for Geospatial Analysis/Data Science Lecturer at William & Mary

The Center for Geospatial Analysis at William & Mary invites applications for a three-year, renewable, non-tenure track Lecturer position in Geospatial and Data Science beginning August 10, 2019. We are seeking a colleague with a commitment to excellence in teaching with the ability to attract, motivate, retain, and mentor students.

Four courses will be taught for the Center for Geospatial Analysis. Courses will include an Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and additional courses that could include an Introduction to Remote Sensing, Advanced Topics in GIS, Python for GIS Scripting and Digital Cartography depending on the expertise of the successful applicant.

Two courses will be taught as a part of the new Data Science Program at William and Mary; the successful applicant will illustrate an ability to teach students a breadth of methodological approaches to the use of data in a coding environment, as well as facilitate discussions on the societal implications of “big data.”

Teaching load is six courses per academic year (3-3). This is a 9 month, non-tenure track position with a 3 year contract with an opportunity to renew contingent on a successful review.

Information on the Center for Geospatial Analysis is at  and for Data Science Program at

William & Mary is located in Williamsburg, Virginia, convenient to Richmond (the state capital) and Washington, DC. For questions please contact Rob Rose, Director Center for Geospatial Analysis (phone: 757-221-2304, email:  ) or Matthias Leu, Data Science Program (phone: 757-221-7497, email: ).  Review of applications will be begin on February 28th, 2019.

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