2023 ADSA Annual Meeting Recruiters

Looking for a job?
Interested in career opportunities?

Come to the ADSA Annual Meeting Recruiter Luncheon!


Meet the Recruiters


Recruiter Info and Open Positions


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The National Alliance for Hispanic Health is the nation’s foremost science-based source of information and trusted non-partisan advocate in the U.S. for Hispanics/Latinos. The Alliance is working with the NIH's All of Us Research Program, building the largest and most diverse databases for biomedical research in the U.S. Researchers from institutions all over the country can register to analyze participant-provided information, including data from surveys, wearables, physical measurements, and electronic health records (EHRs) all stored in the All of Us Research Hub. There are currently 700,000 participants enrolled, 400,000 electronic health records, and 500,000 biosamples in the All of Us Research Program. National Alliance for Hispanic Health representatives will be available to discuss opportunities to access All of Us data for research purposes.

MTSU logo for Data Science

The Data Science Program at Middle Tennessee State University invites applicants for a full-time, tenure-track faculty position (#457010) at the rank of assistant or associate professor. The start date for the position is August 1, 2024. The MTSU Data Science Program comprises three academic programs and the Data Science Institute. The academic programs offer degrees at all levels (BS, MS, and PhD), while the Data Science Institute offers students opportunities in data science research and internships. The academic programs are interdisciplinary. Housed directly in the College of Basic and Applied Sciences, the programs involve collaboration between departments, including Computer Science, Mathematical Sciences, Economics and Finance, and Information Systems and Analytics.

Link to faculty job posting: https://careers.mtsu.edu/en-us/job/497589/data-science-program-tenuretrack-faculty

NC State Data Science Education Postdoctoral Fellowship

Research-informed methodologies for data science teaching and learning are essential to build the workforce needed in data science, which is growing as a career path, a professional skill, and a component of literacy.  To this end, the NC State Data Science Academy (DSA) is creating a model for training postdoctoral scholars in education research.

This program will bring together a cohort of four postdoctoral scholars who are committed to broadening participation in data science through education research that centers diversity, equity and inclusion. THREE POSITIONS ARE OPEN.  The DSA offers a unique environment for these postdoctoral scholars to conduct research in data science education through the study of the Data Science Academy’s ADAPT course design model.

The postdoctoral scholars will work with mentors who have varied backgrounds, have a known-record of mentoring diverse trainees, and have professional expertise to support them in developing their own data science education research.

Webpage with information and requirements.

Apply here.

logo for the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering and computer science, university of denver

The Data Science Graduate Program at the University of Denver invites applications for a full-time non-tenure Teaching Assistant Professor or Assistant Professor of Practice in data science. Duties include six quarter-based courses per year, advising students, course development, and participating in department and university service. This position does not require research. The appointment series will be commensurate with the background and experience of the applicant. 

We seek an exceptional colleague who engages students inside and outside the classroom, delivers active and hands-on learning experiences; and authentically supports our Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) mission. We are particularly interested in hearing from individuals with applied expertise in one or more of the following areas: neural network architectures, natural language processing, and/or machine learning operations.

Position details and how to apply: HERE!

Part of the Department of Computer Science, we are a creative, inclusive, student-centered faculty who embrace JEDI values and aim to deliver a best-in-class graduate experience for our students. 

Logo for University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

In 2022, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the nation’s first public university, launched the School of Data Science and Society (SDSS), a new school devoted to data science teaching, research, scholarship and service. The school’s vision is to be a leader in shaping the field of data science through an interdisciplinary and rigorous grounding in theory and methods with a human centric approach to the entire data life cycle. The school is prioritizing working with other schools and disciplines to solve major societal problems.

Join a vibrant group of scholars and staff who are focused on changing higher education by weaving data science into all facets of the modern university.  Last year, the school hired 15 faculty members and we’re planning to build this team of interdisciplinary researchers and instructors.

In the coming year, we plan to add another 15 faculty.  This year our hiring is focusing on AI and health, an investigation by and across all disciplines on how AI and its fundamentals are applied to, impact and promote health disciplines, individual health and community well-being.

Additionally, we are also interested in hearing from all areas of the intersection of Data Science and Society, including interested candidates who embrace the human challenges of the collection, curation and use of data.

Find all open positions at datascience.unc.edu/careers.

Current openings:

Joint SDSS-Mathematics Assistant Professor

Teaching Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor (joint position with Computer Science)

Assistant Professor (joint position with Statistics and Operations Research)

Open Rank (joint position with Communication)


Univ Pittsburgh logo

The Kitzes Lab at the University of Pittsburgh (http://kitzeslab.org) is seeking applications for a Postdoctoral Scholar, Research Assistant, and Graduate Student to work in the areas of bioacoustics, quantitative ecology, avian ecology, machine learning, and/or data science. The ideal candidates will contribute to our long-term goal of developing and applying automated acoustic survey and machine learning methods to study the ecology and conservation of birds, frogs, and other sound-producing taxa. These new hires will have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of projects, including a newly funded NSF Global Center on AI and Biodiversity Change. More details on the three positions and how to apply are below:
The successful candidates will join a large research group currently consisting of one postdoc, five graduate students, three research assistants, and numerous undergraduate students. Our lab strives to create a supportive and healthy workplace culture, emphasizing collaborative work, active mentorship, effective communication, and professional development for all of our lab members.

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We are recruiting a full-time Bioinformatician for the Department of Neuroscience, Developmental and Regenerative Biology to assist Principal Investigators, postdocs, and graduate students for bioinformatics/data analytics support on their scientific projects. The ideal candidate for this position is expected to have experience in genomic data analysis involving different types of next-generation genome sequencing data. For more information on job description/qualifications, please send informal inquiries to jeffrey.vedanayagam@utsa.eduOfficial job ad will be available soon.