We are seeking assistant, associate or full professors for tenure-track positions in the Rutgers Department of Library and Information Science. Those of diverse backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply. Applicants should complement our existing faculty and support our needs for research, teaching, and administration. Our research and teaching focuses on:
People and Community: the information needs of people in diverse social, organizational and cultural contexts and on opportunities to design responsive information services, networks and systems for libraries, archives, museums and other information agencies.
Data, Information and Knowledge: the dynamic intersection of data, information and knowledge, and their creation, organization, use and preservation for posterity to provide meaningful and adaptive services to individuals, information organizations and communities.
Technologies, Systems and Networks: designing, implementing and evaluating information systems and services that enable access to information and learning how to optimize their usefulness in meeting organizational, community and individual goals.
Empowerment, Engagement and Action: scholarly and professional leadership and the capacity to safeguard and make available the cultural, intellectual and technological records of humankind.
Further information is available at
Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information