How to tutor Tulane students in the world of computer science
By Tess Stahl Tulane University students will soon be able to choose a tutor who specializes in computer science for their undergraduate studies.
Tulane is one of the schools that is looking to hire a computer science tutor for its undergraduate computer science program.
It’s a huge opportunity for a number of reasons.
The program has historically struggled to attract a computer scientist to the school.
The majority of the students in its undergraduate programs are either under the age of 30 or have only one major.
The hiring of a computer scientists tutor will likely open up opportunities for students to learn a different set of skills, like robotics and artificial intelligence.
Students in the Tulane Computer Science program are expected to be in their 20s by 2020.
Tulsa students will be able select from three candidates to become tutors: one from the computer science department and one from an alternative discipline.
Both candidates will be paid $125,000 and the job will require an extensive background check, Tulane President Robert P. Schramm said in a statement.
The first two students selected will be working under the tutors.
The third candidate will be hired as a full-time tutor.
Toledo is looking for a computer sciences tutor for the computer sciences department at Tulane.
The school said they will be hiring a full time tutor for that program as soon as the hiring process is completed.
Troy DeLeon, a professor of computer sciences at Tulan, said he’s optimistic that Tulane will find a computer security researcher for its computer science undergraduate program.
The university is looking into hiring a cybersecurity specialist for the undergraduate computer sciences program.
In addition to the computer security specialist, students will also be allowed to take a second computer science major to get a bachelor’s degree in computer technology.