Job: Faculty Position (teaching) in Games at University of Utah

The University of Utah’s Entertainment Arts and Engineering program is conducting a faculty search this year for a teaching professor, open at all ranks. This position is non-tenured, but is intended to be a permanent position, with multi-year contracts. The position is focused on teaching, but research is a clear component of the job. EAE graduate and undergraduate programs are ranked in the top four worldwide by Princeton Review consistently since 2013. The EAE faculty includes artists, computer scientists, designers, games studies scholars, and social scientists who work together to design and teach our courses. This diversity of background in our faculty is one of the core elements of our students’ experiences. EAE teaching faculty have full voting rights in the program and the program’s culture and policies support parity between teaching-focused and research-focused colleagues.

More details about the position, including the link you should use to apply, can be found here:

Review of applications will begin immediately. Applications received by December 15, 2017 will receive full consideration.


M. R. Michael Young – Deputy Director, Entertainment Arts and Engineering Professor and Director, Liquid Narrative Group, School of Computing University of Utah

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