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Our people are the fabric of the INI.

At the INI, we shape the future by preparing the next generation of tech movers and shakers through graduate programs in information networking, security and mobile & IoT engineering. 

We believe our people—students, alumni, faculty, and staff—are our core strength. If you are committed to working in a culturally diverse environment and are willing to play an active role in making the INI a welcoming, inspiring and inclusive place for all, then we want to hear from you.

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Over 3 decades of excellence in graduate education.

Founded in 1989 as the nation's first research and education center devoted to information networking. 

Explore INI's History

Did you know? 

  • Wi-Fi was born at the INI. The INI's first director, Alex Hills, created the first Wi-Fi campus network, Wireless Andrew, bringing higher education into the 21st century.
  • We're a pioneer in cybersecurity education. INI was among the first in the nation to offer a degree in cybersecurity.

'My Heart is in the Network': INI 25th Anniversary Video

 

Open Faculty Positions

Teaching & Non-Tenure Track Opportunities 

Location: Pittsburgh, PA or Mountain View, CA

The INI is seeking faculty candidates in our core technical areas of networking, security and mobile and IoT engineering, including but not limited to: mobile computing, embedded systems, Internet of Things technologies, telecommunications, data analytics and machine learning, information security, software security, network security and cyber operations. Outstanding candidates in other areas related to networking, security and mobile and IoT engineering are encouraged to apply.

Teaching faculty play a vital role in advancing the INI's educational mission; we value candidates who are dedicated to enhancing student learning and demonstrate a passion for teaching a diverse student population.

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Why Work at INI? Faculty Perspectives

student award recipient

Celebrate and honor outstanding graduates as they embark on the next chapter of their lives

Every year, faculty and staff nominate students to receive graduation awards at the INI Diploma Ceremony. 

GOINI and WINI 2019

Foster a diverse and inclusive community of support

Work with dedicated student leaders from Women @ INI (WINI) and GOINI to foster a welcoming and inspiring community for all INI students during their time in graduate school.

Practicum Faculty

Support hands-on opportunities for academic and professional growth

Through the practicum experience, teams of INI students collaborate with industry sponsors to tackle problems, pilot new ideas and develop solutions for top companies, agencies and organizations. 

 

picoCTF

Collaborate with campus partners on innovative educational outreach and research

INI faculty and students have the opportunity to contribute to picoCTF, the largest cybersecurity hacking contest for middle and high school students, created by security experts at Carnegie Mellon University.

Culture Matters Here

We value excellence, integrity, respect, collegiality, interdisciplinarity, and community engagement, all within a diverse and inclusive environment.

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Diverse community of graduate students representing over a dozen countries
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Global network of 2,300+ alumni
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Interdisciplinary teaching and research expertise from 4 highly ranked CMU colleges

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Do you see yourself at Carnegie Mellon University? Visit Careers@CMU to learn more.

Carnegie Mellon University considers applicants for employment without regard to and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.

Carnegie Mellon University is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the diversity of its community on a range of intellectual and cultural dimensions. Carnegie Mellon welcomes faculty applicants who will contribute to this diversity through their research, teaching and service, including women, members of minority groups, protected veterans, individuals with disabilities, and others who would contribute in different ways.