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The University of Maryland College of Information Studies is looking for information studies practitioners to join our faculty team as adjunct lecturers.
At the College of Information Studies, we believe it is imperative that we bring the hands-on experience of practitioners into our classrooms. Our students benefit from working on real-world projects with hundreds of government, non-profit, and industry experts each year.
Some examples of the organizations from which our adjunct lecturers join us include Adventist Health Care, Army Futures Command, Catholic University of America, Cisco, DC Public Schools, Getty Images, Instacart, Integral Data LLC, JHU Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Library of Congress, MedStar Health, Microsoft, National Head Start Association, National Library of Medicine, PARA Business Systems, SafeHaven LLC, Total Wine & More, US Dept. of Homeland Security, and the World Bank.
The College of Information Studies is currently seeking adjunct lecturers in topics such as:
The UMD College of Information Studies strives to be a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and welcoming environment. Hence, we strongly encourage applications from people who identify as members of underrepresented, underserved, and/or marginalized communities.
Note: If you need a reasonable accommodation in the application process, please notify the college’s HR Team at email@example.com.
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