The School of Information and Library Science (SILS) seeks to advance the profession and practice of librarianship and information science, to prepare students for careers in the field of information and library science, and to make significant contributions to the study of information. We educate innovative and responsible thinkers who will lead the information professions. These future leaders will be equipped to discover principles and impacts of information, create systems, techniques, and policies to advance information processes and services, and advance information creation, access, use, management and stewardship to improve the quality of life for diverse local, national, and global communities.
We invite applications for a postdoctoral research fellow to join the PCAD team and support the ongoing development and use of PIEGraph and other software applications. Successful applicants will be expected to spend approximately 50% of their time working with PCAD and approximately 50% on their own independent research projects, joining other pre-existing center studies, and contributing to the intellectual life of the center. The position requires no teaching, but fellows may opt to teach up to one class per academic year.