Concordia University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and the PERFORM Centre are seeking applications for a Canada Research Chair (CRC) Tier II in Pervasive Computing for Health and Healthy Aging. The Government of Canada funds the Canada Research Chairs program in order to promote world-class research in Canadian universities. Details about the Canadian Government’s CRC program as well as the chair selection criteria can be found at www.chairs-chaires.gc.ca. More details..
Part-time Teaching Position
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Please note that only Canadian citizens and permanent residents may be considered for posted courses (per Article 10.01 a) of the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association (CUPFA) collective agreement.) Non-citizens and non-permanent residents, even those with a valid work permit are NOT eligible to apply to CUPFA posted courses.
Please note that graduate students who are currently enrolled at Concordia University are not eligible to apply to CUPFA posted courses.
If you are interested in becoming a part-time faculty member, please see the job opportunities listed by Human Resources or see the above link(s) for those part-time job opportunities within the Department.
Part-time faculty members and potential new hires must apply by the application deadlines (listed below) by completing the Part-time Teaching Application Form Appendix H and submitting to Dr.W.E.Lynch，Chair of the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, c/o Tina De Stefano, Assistant to the Chair, Room EV-5.165, no later than 5:00 p.m. on the application deadlines. https://fris.concordia.ca
Part-time teaching positions are posted on February 1st, May 1st and October 1st.
Application deadlines are no later than 5:00pm on February 15th for Summer courses; May 15th for Fall, Winter and Winter/Fall courses; and October 15th for remaining Winter courses.
The University’s funds for Teaching Assistants (TAs) are intended to provide students with employment opportunities that will provide bothfinancial support andprofessional development.
In order to be eligible for a TA appointment, a student must be:
enrolled in a program and registered in at least one course during the academic year or registered as Continuing in Program;
a student in good academic standing at the University and not to have been found guilty of academic misconduct.
TA appointments are awarded to qualified applicants. The basic requirements are technical knowledge and good communication skills as demonstrated by past experience and academic record.
Applicants are accepted from the following:
Graduate students in a Masters or PhD Program;
Undergraduate students in their 3rd or 4th year of student (achieving minimum A- grade in course to be taught).
To work as a TA, International students must have a valid study permit or work permit for the duration of the TA contract. Both Canadian and International students must have a Social Insurance Number (SIN).