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University of Utah EAE Asia Campus

INCHEON - South Korea
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Assistant Professor (Lecturer) in Games


The University of Utah Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program (EAE) invites applications for two 12-month, non-tenure-track career-line lecturer positions to join our growing international team. The successful applicant will teach courses in our undergraduate BS in Games degree at the University of Utah Asia Campus in Songdo, Incheon South Korea (see details of UAC at appointments will be for 2 years, but can be extended for additional terms. All instruction and interaction with students and faculty will be in English. No knowledge of the Korean language is required.

The EAE Program is a world leader in games education, with consistently top-ranked programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. The EAE faculty includes artists, computer scientists, designers, games studies scholars, and social scientists who collaborate to conduct scholarly research and teach courses in game-related disciplines. EAE is in the process of building major new program strengths in both teaching and research/creative scholarship. We are expanding our course offerings to the Utah Asia Campus and are excited to engage students at UAC in the process of changing the world through games. If you are interested in joining us to create ideas that advance our understanding of games, to share those ideas with our students, our community, and society, and to apply those ideas to change society for the better, we strongly encourage you to apply.

The Entertainment Arts and Engineering Program is committed to recruiting, welcoming, and supporting a diverse community of undergrad and graduate students, postdocs, scientists, staff, and faculty (see for EAE’s ongoing activities to advance EDI in our community). We encourage applications from members of any marginalized or historically underrepresented groups and from candidates who can contribute, through their research, teaching, and/or service, to the diversity and excellence of our academic community. The program also values candidates who have experience working in settings with students from diverse backgrounds and possess a strong commitment to improving access to higher education for historically underrepresented students.

Applicants for career-line, lecturing positions must hold a terminal degree in a games-related field (e.g., Ph.D. in computer science, MFA in Art). Successful candidates are expected to teach undergraduate courses across the undergraduate curriculum to students on the Utah Asia Campus. Candidates are also expected to contribute to university and professional service. Research and creative activity are appreciated but not required.

These positions are open to applications at all academic ranks. We anticipate an initial two year appointment with renewable appointments at the UAC upon satisfactory performance reviews. Salary is commensurate with experience. All full-time employees are provided a health benefit plan. Note: These 12-month positions require relocation to South Korea and housing is provided for UAC employees who meet specific visa requirements. Some personal and professional travel expenses are provided by the UAC. The successful candidate will teach seven core courses in the undergraduate program per year typically in a 3-4, 4-3 or 3-3-1 with the 1 being taught during summer or winter break.

Interested applicants can visit for more information on all our open positions and the role they will play in the growth of our program on Utah Asia Campus and beyond.

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