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FACULTY LECTURER IN ENGINEERING
The College of Engineering and Science at Louisiana Tech University invites applications for a lecturer in Engineering. Candidates must hold a doctorate or equivalent degree in an engineering discipline and be enthusiastic about application-focused approaches to engineering education. Significant experience and interest in working with physical systems is expected to support immersive student educational experiences that foster ingenuity, innovation, communication and leadership skills against the backdrop of rigorous engineering fundamentals. A passion for implementing engineering solutions to illustrate fundamental topics is essential.
The successful candidate will teach courses across the curriculum, including our Living with the Lab first-year courses (www.livingwiththelab.com), foundational sophomore courses, and upper level engineering courses closest to their core discipline. Louisiana Tech offers degrees in Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Cyber, Electrical, Industrial, Mechanical, and Nanosystems Engineering. It is expected that lecturers will be tied to the engineering program most closely matching their background while also supporting lower-level fundamental courses. Lecturers are expected to serve on committees, advise students and student groups, and participate in curriculum development efforts as part of a diverse, interdisciplinary and supportive community of learners. See the College of Engineering and Science website for more information: http://www.coes.latech.edu.
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