Student Division Newsletter – November 2022

General Announcements

 

  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Mental Health and Wellness Community Gatherings
  2. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Florida International University’s Engineering and Computing Education In-person Open House
  3. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Arizona State University’s Engineering Education Systems & Design Virtual Open House
  4. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Survey on Digitalization of the Engineering Curriculum
  5. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Survey on Thriving among undergraduate engineering students
  6. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Tufts Engineering Education Research Graduate Programs Open House

Position Announcements

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Teaching and Research Post-Doctoral Associate in Engineering Education at Elizabethtown College
  2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant/Associate Professor of Engineering at Harvey Mudd College
  3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Workforce Education at the University of Georgia
  4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Assistant Professor Position in Eng. Education at Purdue University 
  5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Teaching Assistant/Associate Professor, Fundamentals of Engineering Program, West Virginia University
  6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor at University of Virginia
  7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Open-Rank Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Experiential Engineering Education at Rowan University
  8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Post-doctoral Position: Teaching Engineering Equity Center at University of Michigan 
  9. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Engineering (Tenure-Track) at James Madison University
  10. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Cluster-hire Faculty Search for Energy Systems and Mechanical Engineering at Cal Poly Humboldt
  11. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: UT Austin Mechanical Engineering Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Instruction or Practice
  12. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Instructional Consultant for Equity and Inclusion at University of Washington
  13. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Engineering Education Postdoc at New Mexico State University
  14. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professors of Engineering Pathways – University of Oklahoma
  15. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Post-doctoral research fellow at University of Michigan
  16. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: NC State MAE now hiring
  17. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Teaching Professor in Aerospace Engineering (Open Rank) – UIUC
  18. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: UCI STEM Education Postdoctoral Scholar Positions
  19. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of San Diego
  20. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington
  21. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Engineering Education at Purdue University
  22. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenured or Tenure-track Faculty Position in Biomedical Engineering Education Research, Cornell University
  23. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Teaching Professor Position in Michigan Technological University
  24. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Positions in Virginia Tech
  25. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate Dean in Engineering at Lipscomb University
  26. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Engineering at Carthage College
  27. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Open Rank Faculty Positions available in UCLA’s Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department
  28. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Director of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Outreach at Caltech

General Announcements

  1.     CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Mental Health and Wellness Community Gatherings

Are you interested in gathering to talk about mental health and wellness in engineering? The Mental Health and Wellness in Engineering Virtual Community is an informal, approximately monthly meeting to discuss topics of mental health and wellness and initiate collaborations. All are welcome. Topics and discussions, as well as event days and times, will rotate each month. You are welcome to attend as many or as few sessions that make sense for your schedule. Join us on Zoom for monthly discussions starting this October. Sign up here!

  1.     CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Florida International University’s Engineering and Computing Education In-person Open House

This year SUCCEED’s  2022 Engineering and Computing Education Open House and Research Symposium Networking Event will be held on Nov. 28 in-person!

Rsvp link: https://forms.fiu.edu/view.php?id=1161439 

  1.     CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Arizona State University’s Engineering Education Systems & Design Virtual Open House

The 2022 Engineering Education Systems and Design Virtual Open House will be held on Wednesday, November 8, 2022 from 9 am – 12:30 pm MST. Join us to learn how you can become an exemplary scholar dedicated to transforming the engineering education ecosystem. Activities will include getting to know ASU and the EESD program; interacting with current faculty; and interacting with current students. Interested prospective students can use the following link to REGISTER. Use the following link for more information on the ASU EESD PhD program. Please direct questions to Program Chair Adam Carberry, adam.carberry@asu.edu.

  1.     CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Survey on Digitalization of the Engineering Curriculum

The increasingly digital world is increasingly being reflected in the way in which we practice and teach engineering.  Emergency remote instruction during the COVID pandemic has shown that indeed most of an engineering degree can be taught online; however, the majority of efforts in this space were digital versions of face-to-face teaching.  As we emerge from the pandemic it is timely to consider which parts of the curriculum matter most for student learning, and whether they should return to face to face delivery, or move towards digital native forms of learning. 

The UNESCO Centre for PBL at Aalborg University is running a survey to evaluate faculty perceptions of how important a range of activities are for student learning, as well as how suitable those experiences are for digitalization. The items on this survey are not structured by the traditional timetabled experiences for student engineers (e.g. lectures / tutorials / laboratories); instead these experiences have been unpacked into the affordances that they provide.  

The survey is available online at tiny.cc/digitalsurvey

Any questions regarding the survey can be directed to Euan Lindsay, Professor of PBL and Digitalisation in Engineering Education: edl@plan.aau.dk

  1.     CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Survey on Thriving among undergraduate engineering students 

Dr. Julianna Gesun would appreciate help sharing the following survey with undergraduate engineering students (ideally in their second year and higher class standing)!

How: This survey can be shared on listservs with undergraduate engineering students who might self-identify as thriving. Even better, engineering instructors can dedicate class time or extra credit for survey completion is another incentive to support this research and get more students thinking about their thriving.

Why: Including universities in this phase of survey development means that the final survey with evidence of validity and reliability will be applicable to the university’s students. Furthermore, this survey is a good opportunity for engineering students to reflect on their own thriving.

What: Here is the IRB-approved recruitment message:

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Dear engineering student,

Interested in reflecting on your own thriving? As part of a research project, thriving engineering students are invited to take a survey of engineering thriving. This project seeks to develop a way of accurately measuring thriving that can inform universities on ways to better support student thriving.

By participating in this research project, you will be entered into a drawing for one of twenty $40 Amazon gift card AND receive a personalized report of your thriving profile.

You can access the survey here: https://tinyurl.com/ThriveSurvey1

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Julianna Gesun at Julianna.Gesun@unh.edu.

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  1.     CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Tufts Engineering Education Research Graduate Programs Open House

  The Institute for Research on Learning and Instruction (IRLI) at Tufts University invites prospective graduate students to a virtual open house on Wednesday, November 16 from 7:00 – 8:30 PM EST. Tufts students and faculty will discuss our programs in engineering and STEM education, provide overviews of current and future research projects, and offer advice for applying to our graduate programs.

To register, please complete the following survey: https://bit.ly/3TQcDxw.

Please direct questions to Dr. Trevion Henderson (Trevion.Henderson@tufts.edu)

Position Announcements

  1.     POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Teaching and Research Post-Doctoral Associate in Engineering Education at Elizabethtown College

Elizabethtown College is hiring a Teaching and Research Post-Doctoral Associate at Elizabethtown College to contribute to a large NSF Broadening Participation in Engineering grant to develop, launch, and assess the Greenway Center for Equity and Sustainability in Engineering. Join us as we reimagine engineering education with sustainability and equity at the core.This is a unique opportunity for an individual with a PhD in Engineering Education to develop an independent research agenda while gaining classroom teaching experience alongside award-winning teachers at an undergraduate-focused institution. Please direct questions to PI Dr. Sara Atwood at atwoods@etown.edu.  For details and consideration, apply at the following link: https://etown.peopleadmin.com/postings/4610 

  1.     POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant/Associate Professor of Engineering at Harvey Mudd College

Harvey Mudd College invites applications for multiple open field tenure-track faculty positions in our General Engineering program. The Department of Engineering seeks a cohort of new colleagues with experience and knowledge in applications of engineering who can excel in teaching a broadly-based undergraduate curriculum focused on design, signals and systems, and engineering science. Candidates working at the interfaces of engineering disciplines who can help students to make connections across fields are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants must have a demonstrated commitment to teaching excellence, professional growth, and promoting equity and inclusion among diverse students and colleagues. A Ph.D. or equivalent (terminal) degree in engineering or a closely related field is required. Industrial or other practical experience in the field is valued. We especially seek candidates from the fields of biomedical engineering, robotics/autonomy, and electrical engineering. The appointments are anticipated to be at the assistant or associate professor level.

Teaching opportunities include the department’s required courses in engineering sciences, participation on teaching teams in the design and systems engineering sequences, supervising sponsored projects in the Engineering Clinic program, and developing courses in the applicant’s area of specialty. All faculty at Harvey Mudd College contribute to the college’s Core Curriculum, which includes courses from each department, a first-year course in writing, and a course centered on the relationship between science and society. Candidates should provide evidence of excellence in teaching and their ability to increase students’ general and multidisciplinary engineering skills. 

Harvey Mudd is a highly selective undergraduate liberal arts college emphasizing science, mathematics, and engineering. Many forms of professional engagement are celebrated at the college including consulting and academic publishing in a wide variety of fields. Candidates should discuss how the Harvey Mudd environment would provide opportunities for professional growth in research, consulting, or other forms of scholarship, and how undergraduate students might be engaged in these activities. Among the criteria for appointment is a commitment to equitable and inclusive teaching and mentoring of all students. Candidates from groups traditionally underrepresented in engineering are encouraged to apply. More details can be found on the posting here. Any questions may be directed to eng-search-2022-L@g.hmc.edu.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Workforce Education at the University of Georgia

The Department of Career & Information Studies at the University of Georgia invites applications for a position as an Assistant Professor of Workforce Education to begin August 2023. The position is a tenure-track, academic year appointment with the possibility of summer employment. A doctorate in career and technical education, workforce education, or related field earned by the start date of the position is required. The department is interested in qualified candidates with prior research and/or instructional expertise related to career and technical education (CTE) teaching and learning at the secondary level, and the capacity for mentorship and teaching about issues across career and technical education disciplines. Individuals with experience in STEM-education related fields are also encouraged to apply. 

The University of Georgia (UGA), a land-grant and sea-grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities, is the state’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversified institution of higher education (https://www.uga.edu/). The Mary Frances Early College of Education consists of nine departments and approximately 220 faculty members. The Workforce Education Program consists of six full-time faculty members with a variety of research interests. The program offers MEd, MAT, EdS, EdD, and PhD degrees; attracts and supports national and international doctoral students; and has strong collaborative relationships with colleagues in STEM disciplines, quantitative and qualitative research methods, and state school districts.

For more details and to apply: https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/282636. Applications by

November 1, 2022 will receive full consideration. Please direct inquiries to the search committee chair, Dr. John Mativo (jmativo@uga.edu).

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Assistant Professor Position in Eng. Education at Purdue University

The School of Engineering Education at Purdue University invites applications for multiple Visiting Assistant Professors. Purdue University seeks to attract exceptional candidates with interests and expertise in engineering education research ranging from pre-kindergarten through college and into engineering practice. Candidates must have a PhD, with at least one degree in engineering, education, or a related field.

The Visiting Assistant Professor will primarily teach in the first-year engineering (FYE) program, which includes two foundational courses: ENGR 131 – Transforming Ideas to Innovation I, and, ENGR 132 – Transforming Ideas to Innovation II, which focus on the engineering design cycle and programming languages, specifically MATLAB.  Based on enrollment needs, the Visiting Assistant Professor may teach other courses in the FYE program or in the multidisciplinary/interdisciplinary (MDE/IDE) program.

 The teaching load will be two courses in each of the academic year semesters.  Other responsibilities may include pursuing an independent research program of the candidate’s interests and other duties as assigned.

 Required:

Experience

 Expertise in engineering education research ranging from pre-kindergarten through college and into engineering practice.

 Education:

Successful candidates must have a PhD, with at least one degree in engineering, education, or a related field. 

Submit applications to this site including

  1. A brief cover letter,
  2. Curriculum vitae,
  3. Teaching philosophy and plans for teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels,
  4. Research plans including funding possibilities, and
  5. Names, titles, and contact information for four professional references.

 Candidates anticipating receiving a PhD in the coming months may apply, but should have their degree in hand at the start of the contract.

For information or questions regarding applications contact the search committee chair, Isabel Jimenez-Useche at ijimenez@purdue.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. A background check will be required for employment in this position. (Link to application: https://careers.purdue.edu/job-invite/19705/).

Purdue University’s School of Engineering Education is committed to advancing diversity in all

areas of faculty effort, including scholarship, instruction, and engagement. Candidates should address at least one of these areas in a separate Diversity and Inclusion Statement indicating their

past experiences, current interests or activities, and/or future goals to promote a climate that

values diversity and inclusion.

Additional Information:

  •         Purdue is an ADVANCE institution http://www.purdue.edu/advance-purdue/.
  •         Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer.
  •         All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.
  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Teaching Assistant/Associate Professor, Fundamentals of Engineering Program, West Virginia University

The Fundamentals of Engineering Program (FEP) at West Virginia University invites applications and nominations for a Teaching Assistant/Associate Professor position. This is a nine-month, non-tenure track faculty rank position that is eligible for promotion and merit raises, which involves a level of effort of about 80% assigned to teaching and 20% assigned to departmental service. The teaching function involves classroom teaching of approximately 7 to 8 sections of Fundamental Engineering courses per academic year. The service element of the position involves serving on faculty committees, serving as liaison to other WVU units, and participating in planned student-related retention, recruitment, and outreach activities.

Qualifications:

Applicants must have a minimum of a Ph.D. or Ed.D., including a B.S. and/or M.S. in engineering or a closely-related STEM field and a minimum of one (1) year of experience teaching at a senior high school level or above at the time of the appointment. Applicants must also demonstrate the ability to provide engineering students a nurturing, stimulating, and exciting learning environment. Candidates for the rank of Teaching Associate Professor must have a sustained record of outstanding teaching and service.

Responsibilities include teaching courses to freshman and sophomore level students; coordinating courses and class projects; assisting with and leading continual curriculum assessment and development; supporting retention and student success activities in and outside of the classroom; providing support for all regularly scheduled FEP events and activities; assisting and tutoring students; mentoring freshman and sophomore students who have not declared a discipline major; representing the FEP and the College to prospective students and families, visitors, and other interested parties from within and outside of WVU, as well as at campus and outside events. Additionally, Teaching Assistant/Associate Professors are encouraged to engage in and support limited engineering education research focused on issues of student transition, academic success, diversity and inclusivity, and retention. The successful candidate must also have excellent communication skills. Morgantown is a safe, inclusive, and family-friendly community. WVU provides faculty members with a supportive environment for developing a visible and productive career ( https://talentandculture.wvu.edu/new-employees) and a range of progressive policies to support work-life integration (https://faculty.wvu.edu/policies-and-procedures/work-life-integration). WVU also offers a Dual Career Program to assist partners in their career transition

and job search and belongs to the OH/Western PA/WV Higher Education Recruitment

Consortium (https://www.hercjobs.org/oh-western-pa-wv).

West Virginia University is the comprehensive Land Grant University of the State of West Virginia with a main campus enrollment of over 29,000 students, and a Carnegie Classification of Highest Research Activity (i.e., R1 University). Morgantown and its vicinity have a population of about 137,000 residents and are ranked among the most livable small cities in the country. The community lies within a high technology corridor that also includes several federal research facilities, such as the NAS’s Independent Verification and Validation Facility (IV&V), U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The city is located within reasonable driving distances from Pittsburgh, PA and Washington, DC. Additional details on the area and the university are available at http://www.morgantownwv.gov/ and http://www.wvu.edu.

The Statler College currently has eight academic departments with over 4,700 students and 135 faculty members. It is nationally recognized for high quality teaching and research, as well as for its excellent faculty and students. The Fundamentals of Engineering Program has 7 faculty members and over 1000 undergraduate students. To apply for this position, visit https://careers.wvu.edu/.  Applicants must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a one-page statement of teaching philosophy, and contact information for at least three professional references. Only candidates who submit complete documentation of professional quality will be considered in the review process. For further information, please contact the FEP Director, Dr. Lizzie Santiago, by telephone (304-293-0998) or e-mail (Lizzie.Santiago@mail.wvu.edu) or visit the FEP website at https://fep.statler.wvu.edu/. West Virginia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff and students, and invites applications from all qualified individuals, including minorities, females, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.


  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant or Associate Professor of Engineering and Society at University of Virginia

Assistant or Associate Professor of Science, Technology, and Society, Department of Engineering and Society (E&S), School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS), University of Virginia. The Program in Science, Technology, and Society (STS) in the Department of Engineering and Society (http://www.eands.virginia.edu/eands/) is seeking an outstanding scholar who studies science, technology, ethics, and engineering. Applicants should be from the Science, Technology, and Society, Philosophy of Technology, Sociology of Science and Technology, History of Technology, or other humanistic/social science fields concentrating on understanding technology. Research specialties could include the design of sociotechnical systems, future studies, engineering leadership, the environment and sustainability, big data, ethics, or the social dynamics of the professions, among other topics.

We will begin reviewing applications on 17 October 2022 and will continue to accept applications until the position is filled.  

Link to full call: https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UVAJobs/job/Assistant-or-Associate-Professor-of-Engineering-and-Society_R0040105?locations=722b8efec6730115cf4909194c1509a3

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Open-Rank Tenured/Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Experiential Engineering Education at Rowan University

The Department of Experiential Engineering Education (ExEEd) of the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering at Rowan University invites applications for tenure-track or tenured faculty position(s) at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor level. Senior level candidates with exceptional achievements and demonstrated impact will have the opportunity to be considered for the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering Foundation Professorship.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Develop and maintain an active, externally funded research program in the field of engineering education
  • Engage in high-quality, evidence-based instruction in introductory undergraduate engineering courses (e.g., First-year and Sophomore Engineering Clinics) and graduate level courses in engineering education (e.g., Research Design in Engineering Education)
  • Mentor Ph.D. students
  • Develop innovative interdisciplinary projects, pedagogies, and graduate curriculum
  • Engage in service activities within the department, college, university, and in professional organizations
  • Contribute to a collaborative, interdisciplinary research community
  • Foster a collegial and inclusive learning and working environment
  • Review of applications will begin Dec 1, 2022. Applications will be accepted until January 15, 2023.

For more information and to apply for the position, please visit: https://jobs.rowan.edu/en-us/job/496889/openrank-tenuredtenuretrack-faculty-positions-department-of-experiential-engineering-education

Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Kaitlin Mallouk, Search Committee Chair,

at mallouk@rowan.edu. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Post-doctoral Position: Teaching Engineering Equity Center at University of Michigan

Postdoctoral Researcher: Teaching Engineering Equity Center, University of Michigan

With funding from the National Science Foundation, Michigan Engineering is creating a Teaching Engineering Equity (TEE) Center. The goal of the Center is to create teaching and learning environments where equity-centered perspectives are present in both technical content and instructional approach, leading to an engineering education in which students from a variety of backgrounds experience inclusion and belonging, and are prepared to work toward engineering solutions that help to alleviate inequities.

Responsibilities

The Postdoctoral Researcher will work with an interdisciplinary project team of faculty researchers and graduate research assistants on a research strategy to develop an evidence-based pedagogical framework that describes a philosophy and approach for creating and implementing equity-centered engineering curricula and instruction. Specifically, the Postdoctoral Researcher will:

  • Assist in coordinating the work of the TEE Scholars and graduate research assistants and supervise the work of graduate research assistants.
  • Assist in the creation and validation of a pedagogical framework that supports the integration of equity-centered engineering learning objectives and content into engineering program curricula.
  • Develop strategies to achieve this integration and rubrics to assess the overall framework, including the implementation of DEIJ learning objective, learning activities, and student learning.
  • Conduct a literature review on DEIJ instructional approaches and learning objectives and their integration into disciplinary curricula, particularly in STEM fields.
  • Interview faculty and/or administrators at peer institutions on their DEIJ efforts in science and engineering to inform the development of the pedagogical framework.
  • Analyze data collected for key themes and pedagogical and curricular approaches appropriate for developing equity-centered engineering curricula, and also identify any gaps in understanding.
  • Interface with CRLT-ENGIN to share information relevant to the design and facilitation of CRLT-ENGIN’s Teaching Circles and benefit from the professional staff members’ experience and knowledge.

Key responsibilities will involve developing meeting agendas for project team and research team

meetings; developing survey instruments; identifying existing validated scales; and drafting, piloting, and refining interview and classroom observation guides to test the framework. The Postdoctoral Researcher will also work with the lead faculty member and TEE Scholars to develop presentations and/or reports to the project’s external advisory board and evaluators, and to coordinate and engage in project dissemination efforts.

Candidates should have:

  • A PhD in engineering education, higher education, STEM education, or a related field.
  • A commitment to and understanding of social justice and inclusion as well as equity-centered and/or antiracist pedagogies.
  • Experience in designing and conducting education research or evaluation research on undergraduate education.
  • Strong communication skills (both written and verbal).
  • Experience conducting quantitative and qualitative research.
  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills and strong interpersonal skills, including the capacity to offer thoughtful and clear guidance on research and curriculum projects.

The research team has prepared a comprehensive mentoring plan to support the Postdoctoral

Researcher including opportunities for orientation, networking, career counseling, experience with proposal development, publications and presentations, research, and professional practices.

For more information, visit: https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/224433/postdoctoral-research-fellow. Review of applications will begin on Monday, October 24 and continue until the position is filled.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Engineering (Tenure-Track) at James Madison University

The Department of Engineering at James Madison University (JMU) invites applicants to join our community and support our project-intensive undergraduate engineering curriculum. We are seeking to hire at least one tenure-track Assistant Professor position to start in August 2023.

About James Madison University (JMU)

Established in 1908, James Madison University is a comprehensive public institution offering undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs to more than 20,000 students. JMU is regarded as one of the finest regional universities in the nation and has been continuously cited in U.S. News and World Report, Changing Times, and Money Magazine as an outstanding public university. Located in the heart of Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah Valley, the city of Harrisonburg is approximately 120 miles from Washington, D.C. and Richmond, VA. Known for its livability, diversity, local food, arts and natural surroundings, this Virginia Main Street community is a great place to live and work. JMU offers strong liberal arts and professional programs in a variety of disciplines. The university is committed to innovation, diversity and equity, and superlative teaching and scholarship.

About JMU Engineering

The JMU Department of Engineering is a community of educators striving to enable its diverse faculty, staff, and students to achieve broad successes in teaching and learning, scholarship and entrepreneurship, and service to others. The department offers an ABET-accredited BS degree in engineering. Anchored in the liberal arts through the university’s general education program, JMU’s engineering major is characterized by experiential learning of engineering as an intradisciplinary practice, and the major culminates in a two-year-long engineering project experience. The vision of the department is to nurture project-ready engineers who know how to make things happen, an approach recognized in national rankings and networks for engineering education. The department currently has 14 full-time faculty members representing many different engineering disciplines, six support staff, and approximately 450 students. Its strengths include dedicated faculty and staff, an engaged and invested student body and alumni, strong administrative and lab support, and well-equipped laboratories and design studios. JMU prizes collaboration among academic units and provides unique opportunities for interdisciplinary, team-based teaching and scholarship, with a strong focus on undergraduate research opportunities. More information about the department may be found at https://www.jmu.edu/cise/engineering/.

Duties and Responsibilities

Our engineering faculty maintain broad expertise in manufacturing and mechanical systems, process and systems engineering, and sustainable infrastructure and environmental systems. We seek to complement and expand our department with experts interested in multidisciplinary fields such as cyber-physical systems, intelligent manufacturing, and robotics/autonomous systems. Candidates with expertise in other multidisciplinary fields will be considered. The position is a ten-month, tenure-track faculty appointment. The typical annual teaching load is five courses and mentorship of engineering capstone project teams. Service to the department, college, and university is expected.

How to Apply

Review of applications will begin November 18, 2022, and continue until the position is filled. The anticipated start date is August 25, 2023. To apply for this position, please go to https://joblink.jmu.edu and search for reference posting number F2028. A quick link for direct access to the posting is: https://joblink.jmu.edu/postings/13131.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Cluster-hire Faculty Search for Energy Systems and Mechanical Engineering at Cal Poly Humboldt

We are searching for four new faculty to join the Engineering department at Cal Poly Humboldt.

Our currently open cluster hire is targeting applicants with focus areas in Energy Systems Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. The link for the cluster hire announcement is here. Our first review of applications will be on November 1, 2022.

https://careers.humboldt.edu/hm/en-us/job/519384/tenure-track-faculty-school-of-engineering-cluster-hire-group 

This is an exciting time for our University, which has just this year transitioned to a “polytechnic” institution. This designation recognizes the hands-on and applied education we have offered students for decades, and has come with a mandate to develop new programs that provide more opportunities for this kind of learning. In response our department is developing several new Engineering programs with an eye towards 21st century societal needs and interdisciplinary, inclusive approaches to education and scholarship. The new programs, which launch in Fall 2023, include Energy Systems Engineering (B.S.), Mechanical Engineering (B.S.), and Engineering and Community Practice (M.Eng). The people who join our faculty through these cluster hires will have the opportunity to help shape the future of Engineering programs at Cal Poly Humboldt. This search is open-rank. We welcome and encourage applications from freshly finished PhD folks through seasoned faculty with years of experience. You can read more about the polytechnic transition here: https://www.humboldt.edu/polytechnic

Please circulate this opportunity to anyone in your networks who may be interested.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: UT Austin Mechanical Engineering Assistant/Associate/Full Professor of Instruction or Practice

The Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering seeks applicants for an Assistant, Associate or Full Professor of Instruction or Practice. This position is a professional track (non-tenure-track), 9-month, full-time appointment. Opportunities to augment the 9-month salary by teaching in the summer may be possible based on department needs.

The Department is interested in identifying candidates who would become long-term members of our community through multi-year teaching contracts. The university supports the career development of professional instructional track faculty with defined guidelines for promotion. The department is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community; we are interested in candidates who will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity in higher education through teaching and service.

The candidate must have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Education or a closely related field, or relevant MS degree and teaching or industrial experience. The person in this position will be expected to teach a range of related mechanical engineering lecture and/or lab courses, in addition to participating in teaching the senior capstone design course. Interested applicants should apply at apply.interfolio.com/114327 by December 1 for full consideration.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Instructional Consultant for Equity and Inclusion at University of Washington

The University of Washington’s Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to invite qualified candidates to apply for the position of Instructional Consultant for Equity and Inclusion. The successful candidate will join a supportive, learner-centered team of growth-minded educational professionals at one of the oldest centers for teaching and learning in the nation. The primary focus of the person in this position will be to coordinate the development of instructional support resources and programming that advance inclusive and equity-minded pedagogies.

Please direct questions to Penelope Adams Moon, director, UW Center for Teaching and Learning at teaching@uw.edu.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:Engineering Education Postdoc at New Mexico State University

A multidisciplinary research team at New Mexico State University is searching for a postdoctoral scholar to work with researchers from the Department of Sociology and College of Engineering at NMSU main campus in Las Cruces to conduct research funded by a NSF Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE): HSI grant (NSF #1953466). The purpose of the grant is to evaluate the impacts of andragogical (adult, self-directed learning) methods and experiential learning on the academic and early career success of low-income and first-generation undergraduate engineering students.

Research duties will include

  • conducting relevant literature reviews
  • development, implementation, and analysis of quantitative longitudinal surveys and qualitative research to evaluate the impact of the e3 Initiative activities.
  • mentoring of a graduate research assistant
  • preparation of manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals
  • preparation of materials for proposals, reports and presentations

The postdoctoral researcher will also engage in professional development activities as outlined in the NSF postdoctoral mentoring plan, including development of a work assessment plan, participation in teaching and research method workshops and seminars, participation in weekly research group meetings, and networking with visiting faculty/scholars. A PhD in engineering education, STEM education, sociology or related field and good verbal and written skills in English are required. Target start date is January 17th, 2023. Duration is one year.  To receive full consideration please submit application materials by the November posting deadline. For more details and to apply please go to https://jobs.nmsu.edu/postings/48143. Applicants who have questions related to the research project are welcome to contact Dr. Sandra Way at sway@nmsu.edu.

NMSU is a Hispanic Serving Institution and equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff.  Women, minorities, people with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professors of Engineering Pathways – University of Oklahoma

Position Description:

The Gallogly College of Engineering is rapidly growing with a strategic focus on increasing the number of engineering graduates and increasing our research portfolio. Our plan for student body growth is built around new programs that support and educate our student body in meaningful ways to recognize and encourage new ways of thinking, understanding and experiencing.

We have recently launched a new Engineering Pathways Program and are seeking three additional teaching-focused faculty members who are passionate about teaching and mentoring students. These faculty will be instrumental in designing and implementing our student-centered plan for growth and will be working collaboratively with each other, with our Gallogly Student Affairs Team, and with faculty and staff across the college.

We are seeking candidates aligned with two particular areas of expertise:

  • an education- and research-focused background in engineering leadership, or
  • experience or expertise in first-year engineering education.

The successful candidates will be expected to have a passion and commitment for supporting the retention of engineering students coming from all backgrounds.

These positions are part of a larger initiative defined in the Gallogly College of Engineering strategic plan for growing enrollment and improving retention. The State of Oklahoma is investing in engineering in support of growing engineering graduates for the state workforce. Successful candidates will have a demonstrated commitment to excellent and innovative instruction, an ethos of care and support of students, and effective mentorship and guidance of students. Candidates with an interest in educational research are welcome and will have opportunities for research collaboration with current and new faculty.

The University of Oklahoma invests in its faculty by providing support and resources through our Center for Faculty Excellence (https://www.ou.edu/cfe) and Vice President for Research and Partnerships Office (https://www.ou.edu/research-norman). The Gallogly College of Engineering supports faculty development through mentoring, new faculty orientation series, and access to research and educational support. We encourage candidates to apply who are seeking to work in a rapidly growing college, in collegial interdisciplinary groups, and towards the mission of student success.

The Gallogly College of Engineering seeks candidates who contribute to fostering a collaborative and welcoming environment in all aspects of faculty responsibility, including within the classroom, the academic community, and within their professional commitments. With more than 4000 total students, our undergraduate student body is outstanding with more than 200 National Merit Scholars and more than 400 Honors students currently enrolled.

Qualifications:

Applicants must have earned a Ph.D. in an engineering discipline. Candidates with Ph.D. degrees in engineering education or engineering leadership are strongly preferred. Experience with engineering student education through teaching and student mentoring is expected.

Application Instructions:

Applicants should provide a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a statement that describes how their background and career goals will support success of engineering students, and the contact information for at least three references. A statement of research experience may be included but is optional.

Documents should be uploaded to http://apply.interfolio.com/112210. Initial screening of applicants will begin on October 17, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. The positions are expected to be 12-month appointments and start date is negotiable not to be earlier than January 1, 2023. Questions may be emailed to Dr. Randa Shehab (rlshehab@ou.edu).

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:

The University of Oklahoma, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, age, religion, disability, political beliefs, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes, but is not limited to: admissions, employment, financial aid, housing, services in educational programs or activities, or health care services that the University operates or provides.

Diversity Statement:

The University of Oklahoma is committed to achieving a diverse, equitable and inclusive university community by recognizing each person’s unique contributions, background, and perspectives. The University of Oklahoma strives to cultivate a sense of belonging and emotional support for all, recognizing that fostering an inclusive environment for all is vital in the pursuit of academic and inclusive excellence in all aspects of our institutional mission.

Mission of the University of Oklahoma:

The Mission of the University of Oklahoma is to provide the best possible educational experience for our students through excellence in teaching, research and creative activity, and service to the state and society.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Post-doctoral research fellow at University of Michigan

Researcher seeks to hire a post‐doctoral fellow to work on collaborative research projects that focus on the examination and assessment of mentoring relationships and practices in the context of a national engineering research center. The post-doctoral fellow will work directly with Dr. Joi Mondisa, Assistant Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering and Engineering Education Faculty Member at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

Responsibilities:

The primary duties of the post‐doctoral fellow are to:

  • attend and facilitate workshop trainings and engage with center members;
  • perform literature reviews and meta-syntheses;
  • administer surveys and conduct semi-structured interviews;
  • analyze quantitative and qualitative data;
  • participate in collaborative project meetings of the team members;
  • present research at conferences and draft manuscripts for peer‐reviewed publication; and
  • assist with mentoring graduate and undergraduate students.

The post-doctoral fellow will participate in weekly and regularly scheduled meetings. The post‐doctoral fellow work can be accomplished in the office/lab on the UM Ann Arbor campus OR through a remote option.

Required qualifications:

The successful candidate should have a Ph.D. from an accredited institution in a STEM field, engineering education, higher education, psychology, sociology, or a related field. A demonstrated ability to work/collaborate with others and work independently.

Desired qualifications:

Demonstrated experience with one or more of the following: conducting engineering education/higher education/social science research using qualitative and/or quantitative research methods; instrument development and assessment; analyzing data; strong oral and written communication skills.

How to Apply:

Applicants should submit: 1) a brief letter of interest, 2) curriculum vita, and 3) the names of three references here.  Curriculum vitae should include publications and presentations.  The tentative appointment date for the position is January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2024 with a potential option to renew the position for an additional year(s).

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: NC State MAE now hiring!

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at NC State University is now hiring multiple open rank faculty members in both Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering fields, along with Professional Track Teaching faculty. See flyer for more details : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1w8KNUFUEqRR630gTmOd3pH3r1B0m_awD/view!

  1. 23. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Teaching Professor in Aerospace Engineering (Open Rank) – UIUC

 

The Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign invites applications for the position of Teaching Professor (open-rank, full-time). Successful candidates will join the department’s thriving community of faculty during a period of significant enrollment growth and will make an impact on aerospace engineering education by teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, leading course and curriculum development, interacting with students through academic advising, and conducting funded research. The department has a particular need for candidates who could teach courses that place a strong emphasis on the use of either computational or laboratory methods and that have a significant design component.

Candidates will have opportunities to interact with a campus-wide community of teachers and engineering education researchers, supported by institutions that include the Academy for Excellence in Engineering Education (AE3), the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL), the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Institute, and the College of Education. Within AE3, the Teaching Professional Program (TPro2) specifically supports teaching faculty in the Grainger College of Engineering. Teaching faculty having voting rights in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and are encouraged to exert independence and leadership in their courses, the department, and the college.

All successful candidates must have a PhD in Aerospace Engineering or a related field (including, but not limited to, the fields of Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Engineering Education, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics) as well as demonstrated potential for developing coursework, teaching effectively, and mentoring/advising students. In addition to teaching qualifications, successful candidates must show exceptional potential in research and scholarship. Successful candidates must also share the department’s commitment to building a culturally diverse educational environment.

Please contact Tess Saxton-Fox with any questions: tsaxtonf@illinois.edu

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: UCI STEM Education Postdoctoral Scholar Positions

The UC Irvine Office of the Vice Provost of Teaching and Learning and School of Biological Sciences are currently looking to fill two postdoc positions, one for a faculty-focused NSF project and the other a student-focused HHMI project. For more information, please refer to the links below: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF07886; https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF07548

Please feel free to reach out to Brian Sato, bsato@uci.edu, if you have any questions.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of San Diego

The Computer Science Department at the University of San Diego (USD) invites applications for a tenure track faculty position to begin Fall of 2023.

Candidates should have a doctorate in Computer Science or a closely related field at the time of employment. Excellent candidates from all areas will be considered, especially those interested in interdisciplinary collaboration. Candidates from underrepresented and underserved groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

The position will entail teaching both required and elective undergraduate courses within the CS department. A successful applicant will demonstrate the potential for excellence in teaching to a diverse group of students in a small classroom setting. In addition, the candidate should demonstrate a strong history of scholarly work and a promising research trajectory that includes the mentoring of undergraduate students. The candidate should also demonstrate a commitment to advancing the university mission of creating a diverse and inclusive community and preparing leaders who are dedicated to ethical conduct and compassionate service.  For more information about the Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering and the computer science program, please visit https://www.sandiego.edu/engineering/.

Application is available at https://jobs.sandiego.edu/en-us/job/496130/assistantassociate-professor-of-computer-science

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington

The Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) at the University of Washington is hiring an Assistant Professor to demonstrate excellence in teaching and research programs in our dynamic, interdisciplinary intellectual community in Autumn 2023.

The successful candidate will be expected to expand on one or more emerging areas within the department, including:

  • Human centered engineering. We are particularly interested in scholars whose research and teaching will deepen our department’s collaborations with fields such as engineering education, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, industrial engineering, systems engineering, environmental engineering, materials science, aerospace engineering, and bioengineering.
  • Equitable engineering. We are particularly interested in scholars whose work lies at the intersection of agendas oriented toward addressing societal inequities and work in human centered design and engineering.

Please refer to the full announcement for additional details: https://apply.interfolio.com/115836. Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2022.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Engineering Education at Purdue University

The School of Engineering Education (ENE) within the College of Engineering at Purdue University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor. Purdue University seeks to attract candidates with interests and expertise in engineering education research focused on any level from pre-kindergarten through college and into engineering practice.

The School is committed to intersectional and critical approaches to the study of stratification and inequality and is keenly interested in diversifying its faculty. The mission of the School is to realize a more inclusive, socially connected and scholarly engineering education. Our mission leads us to invest in recruiting colleagues who empower culturally diverse and oppressed populations through their scholarship, teaching, and service. We thus seek candidates with a demonstrated commitment to work in partnership with marginalized communities and with students holding a range of worldviews. Our Strategic Compass includes our vision, behaviors we expect from our School community, and the goals we have established to realize our mission.

Successful candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree or equivalent in engineering, education, or a related discipline at the time of position start and demonstrate potential to build an independent research program, as well as potential to educate and mentor students. The successful candidate will conduct original research, advise graduate students, teach undergraduate (First-year Engineering, Multidisciplinary Engineering, or Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies programs) and graduate level courses, and perform service at the School, College, and University levels. Successful candidates will have demonstrated a commitment to collaboration and interdisciplinarity, as well as diversity and inclusion.

Applications must be submitted electronically via this site: https://careers.purdue.edu/job-invite/22338/. A background check is required for employment in this position. Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenured or Tenure-track Faculty Position in Biomedical Engineering Education Research, Cornell University

The Nancy E. and Peter C. Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering at Cornell University invites applications for a tenured or tenure‐track faculty position in biomedical engineering, with an emphasis on engineering education research. Candidates must have an earned doctorate in engineering, STEM education, or a closely related field, with a demonstrated potential for success as an independent education research investigator and a classroom educator. Responsibilities include the pursuit of a program of scholarly research in Biomedical Engineering Education; teaching courses in Biomedical Engineering; and advising undergraduate and graduate students. We are especially interested in receiving applications from candidates who embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion. Senior candidates with exceptional accomplishments in research, teaching, and graduate student mentorship are encouraged to apply. Junior candidates must show outstanding research and potential for excellence in teaching and graduate student mentorship. Salary and rank are commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering is in the College of Engineering on Cornell’s campus in Ithaca, New York. Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) is an exciting, emerging research field on Cornell’s campus, with discipline-based education researchers across several science and engineering departments. The BME department has a decades-long culture of educational innovation and outreach, including the use of experiential learning approaches, the development of major outreach programs to local-area middle- and high-school science teachers, and a current project to add active learning elements to a core sequence of courses in the major. There is also a broad culture of education research and investment throughout the campus, and educational verve is one of President Pollack’s key priorities for the University. Discipline-based education researchers on campus also collaborate with the Engineering Teaching Excellence Institute, the Center for Teaching Innovation, and the Active Learning Initiative. This community is filled with disciplinary experts who are passionate about their teaching, engaging in education research literature, and keen to discuss how to improve teaching and learning for students throughout multiple disciplines. The ideal candidate will benefit from strong collaborative ties to other discipline-based education researchers in the College of Engineering and across campus and to the major teaching/education centers, and will contribute to a culture of excellence in education research and of continual improvement in pedagogical approaches.

All applicants must submit a cover letter of interest, a curriculum vitae including a list of publications and preprints; research and teaching vision statements; a statement addressing your commitment to equity, inclusion, and diversity in research; and contact information for at least three reference letter writers.

For more information regarding the Statement of Contribution to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, please visit: https://facultydevelopment.cornell.edu/department-resources/recruitment/contribution-to-diversity/. Applications must be received by November 15, 2022, to receive full consideration. Application materials must be submitted electronically at: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/22905

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Teaching Professor Position in Michigan Technological University

Michigan Technological University is located in Houghton, Michigan, at the base of the Keweenaw Peninsula in Lake Superior. We enjoy four seasons of outdoor beauty where you can: pick blueberries and thimbleberries in the summer; enjoy the mixed northern hardwoods fall colors; ski, snowshoe, snowboard, or sled in our 250” of annual snowfall; and hang out on the shores of Lake Superior watching the northern lights. Our university forest maintains 70 miles of single-track trails for hiking and biking, as well as groomed cross-country and skate ski trails, accessible from campus. With Michigan Tech’s own alpine ski hill you are only 5 minutes from office to slopes. We offer a casual pace of life, in a town where you can count the number of stop lights on one hand. 

https://www.employment.mtu.edu/cw/en-us/job/493069 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Positions in Virginia Tech

 The College of Engineering at Virginia Tech has multiple faculty (tenured/tenure track, research and instructional) positions across nearly all disciplines (Aerospace, Biomedical and Engineering Mechanics, Chemical, Civil and Environmental, Construction Engineering and Management, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer, Industrial, Materials Science, Mechanical, Mining and Minerals).  See a full list of positions available here

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate Dean in Engineering at Lipscomb University

The Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering at Lipscomb University invites applications from exceptionally qualified candidates for a full-time position as Associate Dean for Academics. This position is 50% administrative and 50% teaching. Therefore, the successful candidate must be qualified to teach Mechanical Engineering courses in the areas of Machine Design, Dynamic Systems, and Instrumentation/Measurement. The successful candidate must also have experience coordinating multi-discipline teams. Other responsibilities will include supervising staff, students, faculty, and labs as well as assisting in recruiting students and promoting the college. Teaching is our primary mission with scholarly activity being encouraged and expected in support of this mission. Service is an integral part of the college culture and faculty are encouraged to participate in engineering service activities. The university seeks to attract and retain highly qualified faculty and staff that share Lipscomb University’s values and will contribute to the mission to be a Christ-centered community preparing learners for purposeful lives through rigorous academics and transformative experiences. To better support the increasing diversity of our student body, women and other underrepresented groups in engineering are encouraged to apply. Link to the job posting here: Associate Dean in Engineering at Lipscomb University. Please direct questions to fort.gwinn@lipscomb.edu or david.elrod@lipscomb.edu. Expected start date of July 1st, 2023.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Engineering at Carthage College

Carthage College is seeking a dedicated and experienced engineering educator to join the faculty as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Engineering starting August 2023. We seek a teacher-scholar to contribute to the development of our new interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts in Engineering Science and our forthcoming Bachelor of Science in Engineering.

The successful applicant will be involved in shaping a new engineering program at Carthage that is informed by disciplinary best practices, meshes with the mission of the College, and builds on the existing curricular strengths of the College. Successful applicants are expected to contribute to the teaching and advising needs of the undergraduate engineering programs as well as to engage undergraduate students in a collaborative, externally-funded scholarship program. Responsibilities include teaching four to six courses per year in the program and developing curriculum for others. Applicants from all engineering backgrounds will be considered, apply : https://www.carthage.edu/live/news/44093-assistant-professor-of-engineering 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Open Rank Faculty Positions available in UCLA’s Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has multiple openings and searches for faculty positions this year. Details and links to the application websites are as follows:

(1) Multiple Open Rank Faculty Positions in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering – https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF07919

At least one of the faculty positions in (1) is designated in Aerospace Engineering, especially (but not exclusively) in the application areas of spacecraft systems, including propulsion and remote sensing; autonomy for aircraft and space systems; aerospace structures and fluid-structure interactions; aerospace-related cyber-physical systems; and related subjects.

(2) Open Rank Faculty Position in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering with Service Emphasis on Mentorship – https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF07953

Note that the open faculty positions described in (1) and (2) have identical expectations for excellence in research, teaching, and service. The position with “service emphasis on mentorship” seeks to attract candidates with significant dedication to and experience with mentorship who wish to emphasize providing research and professional development opportunities for our diverse student body. Service expectations will not exceed those of other faculty positions; it is only the emphasis that differs. Candidates are welcome to respond to both ads.

For further details, please visit the links above which list areas of particular technical interest to our department. Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2022 and will continue until the positions are filled.

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Director of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Outreach at Caltech

Caltech invites applications for an open position for Director of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Outreach at Caltech.  Please direct questions to Dr. Susanne Hall at seh@caltech.edu.  For details and consideration, apply at the following link: https://phf.tbe.taleo.net/phf03/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=CALTECH&cws=37&rid=8764   

Student Division Newsletter, March 2021

March Announcements

In this Issue

Call for Participation

1.     Student Division Interest Survey

2.     ASEE Congratulates Our 2022 Election Winners!

3.     2022 ASEE Student Showcase

4.     Clemson University’s Certificate in Engineering and Science Education Information Session

5.     Student Experiences in Engineering Online Classes Survey

6.     Engineering Education Research (EER) May Summer School in Europe

7.     Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Engineering Education at the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida

Position Announcements

1.     Department of Engineering Education at the University of Buffalo in the EPT Lab Postdoctoral Associate

2.     Department of Engineering Education at the University of Buffalo in the DAREtoCARE Lab Postdoctoral Associate

3.     UC San Diego – NSF AGEP Hiring Interventions for Representation and Equity (HIRE) Alliance Postdoc Position

4.     Multiple Faculty Positions at the University of Florida

5.     Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Institute for the Future Education, Tecnologico de Monterrey

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1. ASEE Congratulates Our 2022 Election Winners!

ASEE congratulates and thanks five election winners for advancing engineering education.

Thank you for all you do to advance engineering education.

  • President Elect: Doug Tougaw, Valparaiso University

  • VP Member Affairs: Lily Gossage, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

  • PIC I Chair: Elliot Douglas, University of Florida

  • PIC IV Chair: Kaitlin Mallouk, Rowan University

  • PIC V Chair: Peter Golding, University of Texas at El Paso

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2. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: 2022 ASEE Student Showcase

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3. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Clemson University’s Certificate in Engineering and Science Education Information Session

Greetings, 

Are you or do you know someone 

…seeking a competitive edge in STEM education?  

…looking for opportunities to enhance professional preparation in STEM? 

…interested in learning more about STEM discipline-based educational research? 

  

Current STEM graduate students: Our certificate will help you to prepare for any career that you may decide to pursue after graduate school.  This can be an academic career or a career in industry, government, workforce training or other places where having educational experience will be beneficial.  

 

Current STEM faculty: Our certificate is a great way to become familiar with STEM Education Research.  This will give you opportunities to start to pursue research in your classroom and potentially apply for NSF grants.  Our certificate will also help you to become more proficient in your classroom and be better prepared for accreditation.   

 

Please join us for an online information session for Clemson University’s Certificate in Engineering and Science Education. 

  

ESED Certificate Information Session 

Date: Wednesday March 30, 2022 

Time: 6:00-7:30pm EDT 

Register: https://clemson.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMvduGsqjwtE9EkpDbfUgrUN5sANRgZJj1f 
 

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4. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Student Experiences in Engineering Online Classes Survey

My name is Rachel Figard, and I am a Ph.D. student in the Engineering Education Systems and Design program at Arizona State University. I am contacting you for assistance in distributing a research survey to members of your organization. Currently, I am conducting a research study to examine engineering students with disabilities’ experiences in online learning. The results of this study will help pinpoint future online accessibility improvements and considerations needed to advance accessibility standards.

Participation in this study consists of an online survey via Qualtrics which takes around 10 minutes to complete. Respondents to the survey must be 18 years or older, a current engineering student, and a student who identifies as having one or more disabilities (whether diagnosed or not). Examples of disabilities include: mental (ADHD, Anxiety, Autism, etc.) and physical (Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, hearing or visual impairments, etc.). Participation in this study is completely voluntary and anonymous. Institutional Review Board approval was granted by Arizona State University to conduct this study in this setting (STUDY00015511).

 

This survey will be open until 4/1. To access the survey, please click the link here (https://asu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3sk6UFs6IjA5DIG). Upon completion of the survey, participants will be entered into a prize pool for the chance to win 1 of 5 $20 gift cards to their choice of store (Amazon, Target, or Walmart).  The drawings for the winners will occur during the last week of April and winners will be contacted directly to collect their compensation.

 

If you have any questions concerning the research study, please email me at: rfigard@asu.edu.
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5. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Engineering Education Research (EER) May Summer School in Europe

 

An EER Summer School, organized by the KU Leuven University and SEFI (the European Society for Engineering Education), will be held 2-6 May 2022 in Leuven, Belgium. The registration fee of €800 covers tuition, room (double occupancy) and board. This Summer School provides an opportunity for those new to EER — PhD students and people interested doing a PhD in engineering and science education research — to learn from experts and peers. Workshop topics include:

·       What makes engineering education research so special? 

·       Quantitative Research Methods 

·       Qualitative Research Methods

·       Mixed Methods

All sessions have a highly interactive format, facilitating exchange of ideas and opinions in general or in the context of the participants’ research and projects. Participants will prepare work before the summer school and engage in exercises each day to prepare for in-depth discussion of specific topics.

 
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6. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Engineering Education at the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Florida

The University of Florida Departments of Chemical Engineering and Engineering Education will host a ten-week paid summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU), focusing on engineering education research from May 28 to August 5, 2022. Undergraduate students (in either 4-year or 2-year schools) in a science, technology (including engineering technology), engineering, or mathematics (STEM) disciplines are welcome to apply to this opportunity working directly with Dr. Rivera-Jiménez on research being conducted regarding the influence of national professional societies (i.e., AIChE, ASEE) in facilitating faculty agency toward changes in the curriculum and teaching practices regarding the social implications of the engineering profession (e.g., social justice, inclusive teaching) . 

 

Application. Applications will be open until the position is filled. Interested students must submit (1) CV or Resume; (2) Unofficial transcripts; and (3) A statement (one page or less, PDF) describing career goals for the next five years. All documents must be emailed directly to Dr. Sindia Rivera-Jiménez at rivera.jimenez@eng.ufl.edu.
 

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Position Announcements

1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Department of Engineering Education at the University of Buffalo in the EPT Lab Postdoctoral Associate

The Department of Engineering Education (DEE) in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University at Buffalo invites candidates to apply for the position of Postdoctoral Associate. The successful candidate will join the Engineering Problem Typology Lab (EPTL), focusing on research related to evidence-based pedagogy in supporting the professional formation of engineers. Work will span two areas of active research. The first area is reflected in the core idea of engineering problem typology (EPT) – the idea that engineers engage different types of problems in practice and that educational settings should provide experience with those different types of problems. The candidate will support research on the development and use of EPT as a framework to support design, facilitation, and reflection in problem-based learning environments. The second area considers the role of co-curriculars in the professional formation of engineers. Of particular interest is the apparent divergence between the value of co-curriculars as reflected in promotion by institutions, industry, and alumni and the perceived value as reflected in the level of student engagement in those opportunities. Three broad areas of study that stem from this issue include 1) student motivation and learning in co-curriculars, 2) their navigation and tradeoffs among curricular and co-curricular opportunities, and 3) institutional support for co-curriculars to open multiple pathways that promote engagement and persistence in engineering. 

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2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Department of Engineering Education at the University of Buffalo in the DAREtoCARE Lab Postdoctoral Associate

The Department of Engineering Education (DEE), in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University at Buffalo invites candidates to apply for the position of Postdoctoral Associate. The successful candidate will work as a postdoctoral scholar under the supervision of Dr. Matilde Sánchez-Peña, at the Diversity Assessment Research in Engineering to Catalyze the Advancement of Respect and Equity (DAREtoCARE) Lab. The projects of the DAREtoCARE lab include: (1) cultures of health in higher education and their influence in student success, (2) institutional diversity and its assessment and scrutiny at different levels, and (3) Data Science Education in engineering, their relevant teaching strategies, and the exploration of the role of data science in students’ development of social responsibility.

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3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: UC San Diego – NSF AGEP Hiring Interventions for Representation and Equity (HIRE) Alliance Postdoc Position

postdoctoral position is available with Professor Stanley Lo in the Division of Biological Sciences at University of California San Diego as part of the Hiring Interventions for Representation and Equity (HIRE) Alliance project funded by the National Science Foundation (HRD-2113355). We are using design-based research to develop, implement, self-study, and evaluate a model to advance equitable hiring of teaching-focused faculty in STEM. Specifically, the position will collaborate with social science researchers, professional evaluators, and faculty fellows in the Alliance to examine how departmental and institutional factors may support or prevent the implementation of equitable faculty hiring practices.

How to apply

Interested applicants should send a single PDF file with a cover letter summarizing their relevant experiences to the position and describing their research interests and career plans, a curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three references to Stanley Lo (smlo@ucsd.edu).

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4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Faculty Positions at the University of Florida

The Department of Engineering Education at the University of Florida is searching for 2 twelve-month non-tenure-track instructional assistant professors (Lecturer/Engineer).  Positions include a 20% research assignment to support teaching.

Come join a dynamic, diverse, and growing department.

https://facultyjobs.hr.ufl.edu/posting/91111

https://facultyjobs.hr.ufl.edu/posting/99263

For questions contact the department chair: Hans van Oostrom (oostrom@ufl.edu)

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5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Institute for the Future Education, Tecnologico de Monterrey

The Social Oriented Interdisciplinary STEM Education Research Group (SOI-STEM, https://tec.mx/en/soi-stem) is currently seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Associate to develop and conduct research activities to transform higher education. SOI-STEM is part of the Institute for the Future of Education (IFE, https://tec.mx/en/ife), which belongs to Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico’s top private university with 26 campuses. The duration of the position is three years.

SOI-STEM’s objective is to foster a socially-oriented interdisciplinary vision in STEM education to meet the challenges of the 21st century through education that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion. The final product of this vision is to achieve a high-quality education that generates human resources with comprehensive training that generates a sustainable vision integrating approaches from social sciences, humanities, and arts (https://tec.mx/en/soi-stem). 

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Student Division Newsletter, January 2021

Happy New Year, Student Division!

We hope that the winter break was an opportunity for rest and relaxation for you all.  Although uncertain times are undoubtedly ahead, there are lots of events and conferences to look forward to in the months to come.  Before the new term gets rolling, we wanted to share some of those opportunities.  As always, be sure to reach out if you have any questions or opportunities to share with the division! You can always find the full newsletters on our division website at: https://sites.asee.org/students/updates/

Enjoy the rest of your break, and until the next newsletter, stay warm and well :).

 

Best,

Skyler Austen | Information Chair | sausten1@cub.uca.edu

Adrianne Wheeler | Division Chair | awheel13@depaul.edu

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General Announcements:

  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE 90-day Equity Challenge
  2. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University

Position Announcements:

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Research Fellow in Engineering Education, Centre for Engineering Education, University College London, UK
  2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Faculty Positions at the University of Florida
  3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Institute for the Future Education, Tecnologico de Monterrey
  4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral position in Engineering Pedagogy at Cornell University
  5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Open-Rank, Tenure-Track/Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Positions, Department of Information Sciences and Technology, George Mason University
  6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Workforce Education at the University of Georgia
  7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple positions, including tenure-track, at Cal State Los Angeles
  8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Engineering at Cornell College

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General Announcements, Detailed:

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE 90-day Equity Challenge

The ASEE 90-day Equity Challenge is underway!

 

Engineering and engineering technology (E&ET) student organizations offer opportunities for students to develop peer networks, gain valuable co-curricular experiences, apply knowledge acquired in the classroom to real-world challenges, and prepare for future success in the workplace. Participation in engineering student organizations can offer students access to career opportunities including mentoring, internships/co-ops, job opportunities. The access and experiences that these opportunities afford are valuable and formative for an engineering student’s success and persistence. But the question we should ask ourselves is: are all students able to take advantage of, and benefit from, these opportunities?

 

In this 90-day Equity Challenge, ASEE’s Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity has challenged the leaders of student organizations to identify and address barriers that exist within the local chapter of their organization which may prevent equitable and inclusive engagement by all students.  At the end of the 90-day challenge, fifteen (15) teams will be selected to win a $1,000 prize for their organization, have their work highlighted on a national platform, and be featured in multiple press releases.

More information can be found here: https://diversity.asee.org/deicommittee/yire/90-day-challenge/

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University

 

The Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University will hold a ten-week summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program https://engineering.usu.edu/eed/reu/annoucement, starting May 16, 2022, to provide undergraduate students (in either 4-year or 2-year schools) in a science, technology (including engineering technology), engineering, or mathematics (STEM) discipline with intensive experience in engineering education research, such as how learners’ experience, background, and perception play a role when they learn engineering knowledge and skills.

 

The central theme of the REU program is “Problem Solving in Engineering Education.” The program will be conducted in two phases: Phase 1 – Pre REU Site Program (May 16 – 27, 2022); and Phase 2 -REU Site Program (May 30 – July 22, 2022). Phases 1 consists of preparatory and foundational work that will be conducted at the participant’s own educational institution/home-base and through distance mentoring, Phase 2 will be conducted at USU campus in Logan and will be face-to-face. This REU Site program is carefully designed to offer opportunities for each REU participant to engage in authentic and funded research tasks, both individually and collaboratively, as well as an opportunity to gain experience in managing the team project deliverables.

 

Each REU student will receive up to $8,450, including 1) a stipend of $6,000, 2) a housing and meal allowance of $1,700, and 3) up to $750 for a round-trip airfare ticket to travel between their distant location and USU.

 

The applicants must be at least 18 years old by the time the program starts on May 16, 2022, must be a citizen, national, or permanent resident of the United States, must be an undergraduate student who will not graduate before September 1, 2022 (in either 4-year or 2-year schools) with a good academic standing in a professional undergraduate program in science, technology (including engineering technology), engineering, or mathematics.

 

The deadline of application is March 7, 2022.  Interested students must submit applications online via https://engineering.usu.edu/eed/reu/application.  If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Oenardi Lawanto at olawanto@usu.edu or Dr. Wade Goodridge at wade.goodridge@usu.edu.

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Position Announcements, Detailed:

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Research Fellow in Engineering Education, Centre for Engineering Education, University College London, UK

To support the Centre in increasing its research capabilities, the Research Fellow will undertake education evaluation studies and assist members of the Centre in the production of reports, evaluation and academic publications. The post-holder will also be responsible for conducting evaluation work in collaboration with a range of external partners to evaluate the outcome of the programmes we collaborate on or sponsor.

 

This post will be located within the Faculty of Engineering Science but will collaborate strongly with the UCL Institute of Education, particularly the Department of Education, Practice and Society, but will bring together researchers that are interested in engineering education issues from across UCL and our other partner institutions.

 

For further details contact: j.mitchell@ucl.ac.uk

 

Full call available at : https://atsv7.wcn.co.uk/search_engine/jobs.cgi?SID=amNvZGU9MTg4MDc0MyZ2dF90ZW1wbGF0ZT05NjUmb3duZXI9NTA0MTE3OCZvd25lcnR5cGU9ZmFpciZicmFuZF9pZD0wJnZhY2Zpcm0udmFjdGl0bGU9UmVzZWFyY2ggRmVsbG93JnBvc3RpbmdfY29kZT0yMjQ=

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Faculty Positions at the University of Florida

The Department of Engineering Education at the University of Florida is searching for 2 twelve-month non-tenure-track instructional assistant professors (Lecturer/Engineer).  Positions include a 20% research assignment to support teaching.

Come join a dynamic, diverse, and growing department.

 

https://facultyjobs.hr.ufl.edu/posting/91111

https://facultyjobs.hr.ufl.edu/posting/99263

 

For questions contact the department chair: Hans van Oostrom (oostrom@ufl.edu)

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Institute for the Future Education, Tecnologico de Monterrey

The Social Oriented Interdisciplinary STEM Education Research Group (SOI-STEM, https://tec.mx/en/soi-stem) is currently seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Associate to develop and conduct research activities to transform higher education. SOI-STEM is part of the Institute for the Future of Education (IFE, https://tec.mx/en/ife), which belongs to Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico’s top private university with 26 campuses. The duration of the position is three years.

 

SOI-STEM’s objective is to foster a socially-oriented interdisciplinary vision in STEM education to meet the challenges of the 21st century through education that promotes diversity, equity, and inclusion. The final product of this vision is to achieve a high-quality education that generates human resources with comprehensive training that generates a sustainable vision integrating approaches from social sciences, humanities, and arts (https://tec.mx/en/soi-stem).

 

Qualifications

SOI-STEM welcomes applicants with interest in education, to work alongside a Senior Researcher. Applicants are expected to have excellent research writing skills for publications, creativity, independence, lab experience, and oral expertise to represent the research groups at meetings.

 

The full-time positions are for a year and can be extended depending on results. The postdoc will be based at a Tecnologico de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico City, depending on the workplace of the senior researcher. The postdoc will have access to all research resources available through the IFE.

 

Applicants must demonstrate:

  • Doctorate Degree in Discipline-Based Education Research, Education, Psychology, Social Sciences, Computer Sciences (particularly Data Science and Artificial Intelligence), Engineering, Business, Design, and Humanities, among other áreas
  • Previous work on an education related Project
  • High level of English proficiency and excellent academic skills
  • A sufficient level of Spanish proficiency is desirable but not required
  • Academic publications record in high-impact journals for the last five years.
  • A vision and conviction to change education in the world.

 

We are interested in hearing from you!

https://jobs.tec.mx/tecnologico-de-monterrey/job/Monterrey-Investigador-Postdoc-IFE/802853400/

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral position in Engineering Pedagogy at Cornell University

The Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering (BEE) invites applications for a postdoctoral position in Engineering Pedagogy, specifically in implementing active learning strategies at the individual course and the curriculum level. The candidate is also expected to have a research program in mathematical modeling and engineering simulations. The position is part of the Cornell’s Active Learning Initiative (ALI): https://provost.cornell.edu/leadership/vp-academic-innovation/active-learning-initiative/

 

A Ph.D. in an engineering discipline with demonstrated experience and success in the classroom are required. The candidate must have relevant background in at least two of the following areas: solid mechanics, transport phenomena, computational modeling, and multiphase transport in porous media. The candidate should have a strong interest in creating and/or applying active learning strategies and advancing engineering pedagogy.

 

Anticipated start date is as soon as possible. Applications including a CV, a statement of teaching experience and pedagogy development, research interests, and the names of at least three references should be submitted to the Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering. Applications will be reviewed starting January 15, 2022 and will be accepted until this position is filled. A statement of contribution to diversity, equity, and inclusion is also required, please submit your application via Academic Jobs Online at the following link: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/18772. If you have any questions, please contact Ashim Datta (akd@cornell.edu).

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Open-Rank, Tenure-Track/Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Positions, Department of Information Sciences and Technology, George Mason University

The George Mason University Department of Information Sciences and Technology, within the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC), invites applications for multiple renewable-term, non-tenure-track positions at the ranks of Assistant, Associate or Professor, and Instructor, beginning Fall 2022. Details:

https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/52184 (Instructor/Non-Tenure-Track)

https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/52183 (Tenured/Tenure-Track)

Contact: Khondkar Islam (kislam2@gmu.edu), Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies and/or Ozlem Uzuner, Chair (ouzuner@gmu.edu).

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Workforce Education at the University of Georgia

The Department of Career & Information Studies at the University of Georgia invites applications for a position as an Assistant Professor of Workforce Education to begin August 2022. The position is a tenure-track, academic year appointment with the possibility of summer employment. The Workforce Education Program consists of six full-time faculty members with a variety of research interests. The program attracts and supports national and international doctoral students and has strong collaborative relationships with colleagues in STEM disciplines, quantitative and qualitative research methods, and state school districts.

 

The University of Georgia (UGA), a land-grant and sea-grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities, is the state’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversified institution of higher education (https://www.uga.edu/). The Mary Frances Early College of Education (MFECOE) consists of nine departments and approximately 220 faculty members.

 

For more details and to apply: https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/226768. Applications received by November 19, 2021 are assured full consideration. We will continue to accept and screen applications until the position is filled.

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple positions, including tenure-track, at Cal State Los Angeles

The College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology at Cal State Los Angeles is searching for teacher-scholars in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Engineering Technology, Computer Science, Engineering Education, and Fire Protection Administration and Technology. Cal State LA is a comprehensive urban university with a highly diverse population, recently ranked #1 in the nation for the upward mobility of its students. More detail on each position as well as application information can be found at www.calstatela.edu/ecst/faculty-search.

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Engineering at Cornell College

Cornell College, a private undergraduate liberal arts college located in Mount Vernon, Iowa, invites applications for a tenure-track appointment as an Assistant Professor of Engineering beginning August 2022. Candidates must have an earned doctorate in an engineering field by September 2022. Preference will be given to applicants with a degree in mechanical, industrial, or aerospace engineering who are able to teach courses with a focus on design, manufacturing, and materials.

This position will support our growing, ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree. Our engineering degree is integrated with Cornell’s Ingenuity core curriculum and builds on the strengths of our One Course At A Time schedule, in which faculty members teach and students take one course at a time in month-long terms. Cornell’s engineering program is distinguished by the integration of hands-on design projects in a majority of our engineering courses.

 

Applications will be reviewed beginning November 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. For more information and to apply: https://cornellcollege.applicantpro.com/jobs/2023629.html

Any questions can be directed to Prof. Derin Sherman at dsherman@cornellcollege.edu.

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Student Division Newsletter, December 2021

Happy Holidays, Student Division!

We hope that as your semesters wrap up, you’re able to spend some quality time with loved ones and take some time to relax after your final exams.  This newsletter is lighter on upcoming events, but there are several position announcements to check out and consider applying for.  As always, be sure to reach out if you have any questions or opportunities to share with the division! You can always find the full newsletters on our division website at:

https://sites.asee.org/students/updates/

 

Until the next newsletter, stay warm and well :).

 

Best,

Skyler Austen | Information Chair | sausten1@cub.uca.edu

Adrianne Wheeler | Division Chair | awheel13@depaul.edu

_____________________________________________________________________

General Announcements:

  • CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE 90-day Equity Challenge
  • CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Engineering Education Programs (M.S. and Ph.D.) Open House at the University of Cincinnati
  • EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Purdue University Engineer Education Open House

Position Announcements:

  • POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Positions at the University of San Diego
  • POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Open-Rank, Tenure-Track/Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Positions, Department of Information Sciences and Technology, George Mason University
  • POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Workforce Education at the University of Georgia
  • POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple positions, including tenure-track, at Cal State Los Angeles
  • POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Engineering at Cornell College

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General Announcements, Detailed:

_____________________________________________________________________

1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE 90-day Equity Challenge

The ASEE 90-day Equity Challenge is underway!

 

Engineering and engineering technology (E&ET) student organizations offer opportunities for students to develop peer networks, gain valuable co-curricular experiences, apply knowledge acquired in the classroom to real-world challenges, and prepare for future success in the workplace. Participation in engineering student organizations can offer students access to career opportunities including mentoring, internships/co-ops, job opportunities. The access and experiences that these opportunities afford are valuable and formative for an engineering student’s success and persistence. But the question we should ask ourselves is: are all students able to take advantage of, and benefit from, these opportunities?

 

In this 90-day Equity Challenge, ASEE’s Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity has challenged the leaders of student organizations to identify and address barriers that exist within the local chapter of their organization which may prevent equitable and inclusive engagement by all students.  At the end of the 90-day challenge, fifteen (15) teams will be selected to win a $1,000 prize for their organization, have their work highlighted on a national platform, and be featured in multiple press releases.

More information can be found here: https://diversity.asee.org/deicommittee/yire/90-day-challenge/

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2. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University

Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University

 

The Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University will hold a ten-week summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program https://engineering.usu.edu/eed/reu/annoucement, starting May 16, 2022, to provide undergraduate students (in either 4-year or 2-year schools) in a science, technology (including engineering technology), engineering, or mathematics (STEM) discipline with intensive experience in engineering education research, such as how learners’ experience, background, and perception play a role when they learn engineering knowledge and skills.

 

The central theme of the REU program is “Problem Solving in Engineering Education.” The program will be conducted in two phases: Phase 1 – Pre REU Site Program (May 16 – 27, 2022); and Phase 2 -REU Site Program (May 30 – July 22, 2022). Phases 1 consists of preparatory and foundational work that will be conducted at the participant’s own educational institution/home-base and through distance mentoring, Phase 2 will be conducted at USU campus in Logan and will be face-to-face. This REU Site program is carefully designed to offer opportunities for each REU participant to engage in authentic and funded research tasks, both individually and collaboratively, as well as an opportunity to gain experience in managing the team project deliverables.

 

Each REU student will receive up to $8,450, including 1) a stipend of $6,000, 2) a housing and meal allowance of $1,700, and 3) up to $750 for a round-trip airfare ticket to travel between their distant location and USU.

 

The applicants must be at least 18 years old by the time the program starts on May 16, 2022, must be a citizen, national, or permanent resident of the United States, must be an undergraduate student who will not graduate before September 1, 2022 (in either 4-year or 2-year schools) with a good academic standing in a professional undergraduate program in science, technology (including engineering technology), engineering, or mathematics.

 

The deadline of application is March 7, 2022.  Interested students must submit applications online via https://engineering.usu.edu/eed/reu/application.  If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Oenardi Lawanto at olawanto@usu.edu or Dr. Wade Goodridge at wade.goodridge@usu.edu.

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3. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Engineering Education Programs (M.S. and Ph.D.) Open House at the University of Cincinnati

Join us for a Virtual Open House to learn more about the Engineering Education! During this virtual introduction to our programs, we will also be discussing our face-to-face Open House to be held January 28-29, 2022.

 

Virtual Open House Date: December 15, 2021 – 5:00-6:30 PM EST

 

Resister here.

 

The Department of Engineering Education in the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science is accepting applications for M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Engineering Education to further the research and study of how to best educate engineering students at all levels. Graduate students will gain expertise in theories related to the teaching and learning of engineering, research methodologies, and advancement in their chosen technical engineering discipline. Specializations include higher education, pre-K-12 engineering education, or industry and workforce development.

 

Position Announcements, Detailed:

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1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Positions at the University of San Diego

The Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering at University of San Diego invites applications for a cluster of faculty to fill positions in engineering and computer science. We are seeking faculty who will work in support of USD’s vision by working as teacher-scholars to address humanity’s urgent challenges and develop the next generation of changemaking engineers. The cluster is expected to include candidates from electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and computer science and may include candidates from other engineering disciplines. We have a preference for hiring tenure-track faculty at the assistant or associate professor level and professors of practice. The ad was posted on Nov. 16, and rolling reviews will begin on Dec. 1 with Zoom interviews anticipated to begin in early January.

 

More details about the cluster and each department’s needs can be found here: https://jobs.sandiego.edu/cw/en-us/job/494760/engineering-and-computer-science-faculty

Questions can be directed to Diana Chen (dianachen@sandiego.edu).

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2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple Open-Rank, Tenure-Track/Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Positions, Department of Information Sciences and Technology, George Mason University

The George Mason University Department of Information Sciences and Technology, within the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC), invites applications for multiple renewable-term, non-tenure-track positions at the ranks of Assistant, Associate or Professor, and Instructor, beginning Fall 2022. Details:

https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/52184 (Instructor/Non-Tenure-Track)

https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/52183 (Tenured/Tenure-Track)

Contact: Khondkar Islam (kislam2@gmu.edu), Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies and/or Ozlem Uzuner, Chair (ouzuner@gmu.edu).

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3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Workforce Education at the University of Georgia

The Department of Career & Information Studies at the University of Georgia invites applications for a position as an Assistant Professor of Workforce Education to begin August 2022. The position is a tenure-track, academic year appointment with the possibility of summer employment. The Workforce Education Program consists of six full-time faculty members with a variety of research interests. The program attracts and supports national and international doctoral students and has strong collaborative relationships with colleagues in STEM disciplines, quantitative and qualitative research methods, and state school districts.

 

The University of Georgia (UGA), a land-grant and sea-grant university with statewide commitments and responsibilities, is the state’s oldest, most comprehensive, and most diversified institution of higher education (https://www.uga.edu/). The Mary Frances Early College of Education (MFECOE) consists of nine departments and approximately 220 faculty members.

 

For more details and to apply: https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/226768. Applications received by November 19, 2021 are assured full consideration. We will continue to accept and screen applications until the position is filled.

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4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Multiple positions, including tenure-track, at Cal State Los Angeles

The College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology at Cal State Los Angeles is searching for teacher-scholars in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Engineering Technology, Computer Science, Engineering Education, and Fire Protection Administration and Technology. Cal State LA is a comprehensive urban university with a highly diverse population, recently ranked #1 in the nation for the upward mobility of its students. More detail on each position as well as application information can be found at www.calstatela.edu/ecst/faculty-search.

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5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Engineering at Cornell College

Cornell College, a private undergraduate liberal arts college located in Mount Vernon, Iowa, invites applications for a tenure-track appointment as an Assistant Professor of Engineering beginning August 2022. Candidates must have an earned doctorate in an engineering field by September 2022. Preference will be given to applicants with a degree in mechanical, industrial, or aerospace engineering who are able to teach courses with a focus on design, manufacturing, and materials.

This position will support our growing, ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree. Our engineering degree is integrated with Cornell’s Ingenuity core curriculum and builds on the strengths of our One Course At A Time schedule, in which faculty members teach and students take one course at a time in month-long terms. Cornell’s engineering program is distinguished by the integration of hands-on design projects in a majority of our engineering courses.

 

Applications will be reviewed beginning November 15, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. For more information and to apply: https://cornellcollege.applicantpro.com/jobs/2023629.html

Any questions can be directed to Prof. Derin Sherman at dsherman@cornellcollege.edu.

_____________________________________________________________________

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Student Division Newsletter, October 2021

Happy October Student Division!

 

We hope your classes and research are going well! Now that we’ve all returned to the academic year, we wanted to take some time to update you on the upcoming opportunities for the month. As always, be sure to reach out if you have any questions or opportunities to share with the division! You can always find the full newsletters on our division website at:

https://sites.asee.org/students/updates/

 

Best,

Skyler Austen | Information Chair | sausten1@cub.uca.edu

Adrianne Wheeler | Division Chair | awheel13@depaul.edu

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General Announcements:

  1. ASEE CONFERENCE: ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Deadlines
  2. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Student Division Interest Survey
  3. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Abstract Review Session
  4. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Exploring the Teaching Side of Academia Hybrid Event
  5. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Engineering Education Programs (M.S. and Ph.D.) Open House at the University of Cincinnati
  6. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Purdue University Engineer Education Open House
  7. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: NSF Research Initiation in Engineering Formation
  8. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Cultivating a Network of Developers for Engineering Students (NODES)
  9. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: DELTA Future Faculty Institute

 

Position Announcements:

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Open Assistant or Associate Tenure-Track/Tenured Faculty Position Department of Engineering Education
  2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor Position – School of Engineering Education, Purdue University
  3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholar on the Leonhard Center at Penn State

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General Announcements, Detailed:

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1. ASEE CONFERENCE: ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition Deadlines

Abstract submission for the 2022 ASEE Annual Conference in Minneapolis, MN June 26-29 will open OCTOBER 11.

See ASEE Division Call or Papers HERE.

See Important deadlines HERE.

See the Conference Overview page HERE.

October 11, 2021

– Abstract Submission Open

– Workshop Application Open

– Distinguished Lecture Application Open

– Panel Session Application Open

– Session Requests Open

– Abstract Reviewer Assignment Open

 

November 8, 2021

AUTHOR DEADLINE: 

– Abstract Submission Closed

 

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2. Let Us Know Your Thoughts!

We’re gearing up for the new year and what your input. 

Click the link to complete a short survey 

 

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3. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT

The ASEE Student Division is hosting an Abstract Writing Workshop to prepare students on writing, reviewing and submitting abstracts for the ASEE 2022 Annual Conference. As a reminder, abstracts are due November 8, 2021, so this is a great opportunity to get feedback! You may sign up to attend, and are encouraged (but not required) to bring a draft of an abstract you would like to submit to the ASEE annual conference. Details are as follows.

Thursday, October 28, 2021 6pm CST/ 7PM EST

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZModu6oqT8pHNBypOMSLmQbqUaurZKwb3hv 

 

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4. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: 

SAVE-THE-DATE

Exploring the Teaching Side of Academia

November 17, 4pm EST 

Hosted by the University of Michigan ASEE Student Chapter

This event will be held virtually and on the UMich campus. Look out for more information.

 

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5. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Engineering Education Programs (M.S. and Ph.D.) Open House at the University of Cincinnati

Join us for a Virtual Open House to learn more about the Engineering Education Graduate Programs (M.S. and Ph.D.) at the University of Cincinnati

October 18, 2021 – 5:00-6:30 PM EST

Register here: 

(https://ucincinnati.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEqdeCupz8qH9eYF63r7I3g9_txwhN1DSn5)

The Department of Engineering Education in the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science is accepting applications for M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Engineering Education to further the research and study of how to best educate engineering students at all levels. Graduate students will gain expertise in theories related to the teaching and learning of engineering, research methodologies, and advancement in their chosen technical engineering discipline. Specializations include higher education, pre-K-12 engineering education, or industry and workforce development.

 

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6. EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Purdue University Engineer Education Open House

Purdue’s School of Engineering Education is home to a vibrant community of scholars who are passionate about studying how engineering is best taught, learned, and practiced. A graduate degree in engineering education has opened doors for our alumni to a range of career opportunities, from academia to non-profit work to industry. In addition to our flagship on-campus Ph.D., we have hybrid/remote Ph.D., online M.S., and graduation certificate offerings.

You are invited to attend our two-day graduate program Open House on Thursday, October 21 (all day) and Friday, October 22, 2021 (morning). You will have opportunities to learn about our groundbreaking graduate programs, meet our faculty and students, attend our weekly research seminar, and learn about our research facilities. This event brings together individuals from a variety of backgrounds: current undergraduate and masters students from many disciplines, practicing STEM educators, and professional engineers ready for a career pivot, to name a few.

We will have an online/distance event this year, and possibly a face-to-face option depending on demand and local conditions. Note that a limited number of travel grants are available for attendees, handled on a case-by-case basis if an on-campus event is held. For more information about the open house, see:

https://engineering.purdue.edu/ENE/Academics/Graduate/openhouse

If you cannot attend the open house but are interested in receiving invitations to virtual events, or you have any other questions, please contact: enegrad@purdue.edu

 

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7. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: NSF Research Initiation in Engineering Formation

The NSF Engineering (ENG) Directorate is continuing a multi-year initiative, the Professional Formation of Engineers, to create and support an innovative and inclusive engineering profession for the 21st Century. The PFE: Research Initiation in Engineering Formation (PFE: RIEF) program has two goals: 1) Support research in the Professional Formation of Engineers (PFE), and 2) Increase the community of researchers conducting PFE research. PIs are expected to have little or no experience conducting social science or education research and will develop the proposal with an engineering education research mentor. The full proposal deadline date is November 9, 2021 ( Second Tuesday in November, Annually Thereafter).

 

Related information:

Solicitation: https://www.nsf.gov/publications/pub_summ.jsp?WT.z_pims_id=503603&ods_key=nsf20558

Program Page: 

https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/opportunities/pfe-research-initiation-engineering-formation-pfe-rief

Program Contact: J. Kemi Ladeji-Osias jladejio@nsf.gov

 

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8. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Cultivating a Network of Developers for Engineering Students (NODES)

Poster PDF Access: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PRlMDBjJbGaePh_pMrqKjjAPB6W4RyYv/view 

 

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9. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: DELTA Future Faculty Institute  

Dear Colleague,

Are you a graduate-level student or industry employee considering a career as an engineering faculty member? If so, join us in October for the ASEE DELTA Future Faculty Institute

Learn more and register today 

 

Overview

Coming October 2021, the ASEE DELTA Future Faculty Institute is a two-part, instructor-led online program that will provide participants with the knowledge and tools to positively launch their engineering faculty careers. Throughout this program, led by John Crepeau, Ph.D., P.E. (University of Idaho), participants will learn how to prepare for and navigate the faculty application, interview, and start-up process, while engaging with a network of peer colleagues. Click here to read complete program details.

 

Dates and Times

Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 11 AM – 1 PM, ET 

 

Pricing

Pricing for this institute is $300 for ASEE members and $350 for non-members. Register today! Not a member? Click here to learn about ASEE individual memberships and to join ASEE.

 

Thanks to a generous donation from the A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation, we are able to waive program fees for up to 30 eligible applicants from Minority Serving Institutions. Applications will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. Click here to apply.

 

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Position Announcements, Detailed:

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1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Open Assistant or Associate Tenure-Track/Tenured Faculty Position Department of Engineering Education

The Department of Engineering Education (https://eed.osu.edu/) at The Ohio State University (https://www.osu.edu/) invites applications for a regular tenure-track/tenured assistant or associate faculty appointment in the area of engineering education or computing education. We are seeking an innovative scholar who will help further build our department. This professor will be required to establish a research program, secure outside funding, advise graduate students within our engineering education Ph.D. program, and teach courses across the department including our first-year engineering program. This individual will be encouraged to engage with the department across the various programmatic areas (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Multidisciplinary Capstone / IBE; Graduate Studies and Research; Engineering Technical Communications; Fundamentals of Engineering – Honors; Fundamentals of Engineering – Traditional) through their work and will have opportunities to innovate and elevate our growing department. Interested applicants should submit an application in Academic Jobs Online: (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/19508). The application deadline is November 1, 2021. If you have questions about the position, please contact Rachel Kajfez (Kajfez.2@osu.edu).

 

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2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor Position – School of Engineering Education, Purdue University

The School of Engineering Education (ENE) within the College of Engineering at Purdue University invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of assistant professor.  Purdue University seeks to attract exceptional candidates with interests and expertise in engineering education research focused on any level from pre-kindergarten through college and into engineering practice.  Successful candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree or equivalent in engineering, education, or a related discipline at the time of position start and demonstrate excellent potential to build an independent research program, as well as potential to educate and mentor students.  The successful candidate will conduct original research, advise graduate students, teach undergraduate (First-year Engineering, Multidisciplinary Engineering, or Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies programs) and graduate level courses, and perform service at the School, College, and University levels. Successful candidates will have demonstrated a commitment to collaboration and interdisciplinarity, as well as diversity and inclusion. 

Applications must be submitted electronically via this site:

https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=15439&company=purdueuniv. A background check is required for employment in this position. Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. 

 

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3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholar on the Leonhard Center at Penn State

The Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education within the College of Engineering, is excited to announce our search for a postdoctoral scholar. The Leonhard Center is an endowed Center that forms partnerships with engineering faculty and programs in designing, implementing, and evaluating research-based innovations in undergraduate and graduate engineering education. In addition, the Leonhard Center initiates and evaluates College-wide projects in support of the College’s strategic goals. The Leonhard Center also provides workshops and summer academies for faculty on a wide range of topics from creativity and innovation to engineering communication. The Leonhard Center prides itself on its creative and positive workplace culture and welcomes individuals from diverse backgrounds. 

 

 

Under the mentorship of the Center’s Director of Assessment and Instructional Support, the postdoctoral scholar will lead several projects. The primary project is a research study, funded by the KEEN foundation, investigating the relationship between engineering faculty beliefs and instructional practices. The project will generate new understanding on how faculty beliefs (such as growth or fixed mindset) across different domains may impact instructional decision making, including the adoption of evidence-based instructional practices. Additional projects may include collaborating with faculty to design and evaluate projects in engineering education and offering college-wide workshops on innovative instructional practices and educational research.  Working in the Leonhard Center will provide candidates with varied experience in both engineering educational research as well as faculty development.  The position requires the ability to design and conduct research using qualitative and quantitative methods. The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in communication and collaboration. The ability to publish and present the results of the studies at national or international conferences is also important for the position. Minimum requirements for the position are a Ph.D. in an appropriate field such as engineering education, educational psychology, or higher education. Knowledge of current trends in engineering education is desirable. This position is for one year with additional years of funding available if there is mutual interest.

 

For more information, please see:

https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Academic/job/University-Park-Campus/Postdoctoral-Scholar_REQ_0000019856-1 or e-mail Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu.

 

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Student Division Newsletter, September 2021

Happy September, Student Division!

 

For many of us, the fall semester is either quickly approaching or already here, so the Student Division wanted to update you all with a few opportunities and request some feedback as we gear up for the conference season.

 

You can always find the full newsletters on our division website at

https://sites.asee.org/students/updates/

 

Best,

Skyler Austen | Information Chair | me@skylerausten.com

Adrianne Wheeler | Division Chair | awheel13@depaul.edu

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General Announcements:

  1. 2021-2022 Board
  2. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Student Division Interest Survey
  3. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Teaching Preparation of Future Engineering Faculty Survey
  4.  CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: DELTA Future Faculty Institute  
  5.  CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: The Chinese Society for Engineering Education (CSEE) Virtual Conference Speaker Nomination
  6. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE Conference Call for Papers

Position Announcements:

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Science and Engineering Education Fellow in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University

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General Announcements, Detailed:

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1. Congrats to the newly elected Student Division Board!

Past Chair

Cassie Jamison, University of Michigan

Division Chair

Adrianne Wheeler, DePaul University

Program Chair

Yashin Brijmohan, University of Nebraska Lincoln

Co-Program Chair

Sarah Bork, University of Michigan

Secretary-Treasurer

Viyon Dansu, University of Nebraska Lincoln

Chapter Chair

Victor Oje, University of Georgia

Best Paper Chair

Siqing Wei, Purdue University

Diversity Chair

Gibin Raju, University of Cincinnati

Information Chair
Skyler Austen, University of Central Arkansas

Membership Chair

Daryl David, University of the Philippines – Diliman

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2. Let Us Know Your Thoughts!

We’re gearing up for the new year and what your input. 

Click the link to complete a short survey

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3. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Teaching Preparation of Future Engineering Faculty Survey

I, Jutshi Agarwal, doctoral candidate with the Department of Engineering Education at University of Cincinnati, am seeking fellow engineering graduate student participation in my dissertation research on the teaching preparation of future engineering faculty. Participation involves a 15-minute survey on how confident engineering graduate students are in their abilities to teach undergraduate/graduate courses. Graduate students do not need to be involved in any teaching activity to respond to this survey. The study also involves an optional second stage of online interviews(recorded). You will be given the option at the end of the survey as to whether you wish to participate in the second stage. If you consent to the interview, you will be asked to provide your contact details so I can reach out to you for that part. You do NOT need to consent to the interview to participate in the survey.

More information about IRB (Institutional Review Board) approval, faculty advisors, and the study will be available at the link below before you start the survey. 

I sincerely thank you for your participation in this study. Please feel free to forward this call for participation to the greater graduate student community in your engineering college. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to me at agarwaji@mail.uc.edu .  

Survey link: https://ucengeducation.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8vkfUiRhoT1FWIe 

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4. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: DELTA Future Faculty Institute

Dear Colleague,

 

Are you a graduate-level student or industry employee considering a career as an engineering faculty member? If so, join us in October for the ASEE DELTA Future Faculty Institute

 

Learn more and register today! 

 

Overview

Coming October 2021, the ASEE DELTA Future Faculty Institute is a two-part, instructor-led online program that will provide participants with the knowledge and tools to positively launch their engineering faculty careers. Throughout this program, led by John Crepeau, Ph.D., P.E. (University of Idaho), participants will learn how to prepare for and navigate the faculty application, interview, and start-up process, while engaging with a network of peer colleagues. Click here to read complete program details.

 

Dates and Times

  •         Wednesday, October 6, 2021, 11 AM – 1 PM, ET 
  •         Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 11 AM – 1 PM, ET 

 

Pricing

Pricing for this institute is $300 for ASEE members and $350 for non-members. Register today! Not a member? Click here to learn about ASEE individual memberships and to join ASEE.

 

Thanks to a generous donation from the A. James and Alice B. Clark Foundation, we are able to waive program fees for up to 30 eligible applicants from Minority Serving Institutions. Applications will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. Click here to apply.

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5. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: The Chinese Society for Engineering Education (CSEE) 

CSEE is seeking nomination of 5 ASEE speakers for their VIRTUAL conference to be held December 4, 2021 (December 3, 2021 in US time zones).  The talks may be versions of talks given previously in other venues.  CSEE will work with the speakers to determine the talk format (i.e., live or pre-recorded) and length.

 

In addition to the topical foci indicated below.  We seek to identify speakers who meet the following criteria:

  • MUST HAVE – Has a topic consistent with the conference theme and suggested topics shown below,
  • STRONGLY DESIRED – Previously nominated as a best speaker or best paper author, and
  • WOULD BE NICE  – May have some interest in or connection with engineering education in the Peoples Republic of China.

If you have candidates meeting these criteria, please forward their name, email address, and a short abstract to Dr. Rachel Koroloff at r.koroloff@asee.org BEFORE Wednesday, September 15.

TOPICS

The theme of this conference is “innovation paradigm change and innovation ecosystem”. The topics of the paper include but are not limited to the following contents: 

  • Open innovation and integration of global science and education resources 
  • New research universities and innovation paradigm change 
  • New national system and science and education integration system 
  • Practice, path and theoretical exploration of the integration of science and education 
  •  Integration of science and education under the trend of digitization and intelligence 
  • Training of new engineering talents in key core fields 
  • Training of innovative engineering science and technology talents driven by the integration of science and education 
  • Construction of new scientific research institutions and improvement of the efficiency of national innovation system 
  • The reform of science and education evaluation and the connotative development of higher education in the new era 
  • Innovation of industry education integration mode and training of high-level applied talents 
  • Integrating science and education to improve the basic research and original innovation ability of research universities 
  • The path and mode of cultivating postgraduates relying on major projects and major base platforms

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6. Call for Papers Opening Soon

The 2022 Annual Conference call for papers will open September 8, 2021 and close – October 12, 2021. Make sure your ASEE profile email is up-to-date and your dues are paid to receive announcements.

 

Position Announcements, Detailed:

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1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Science and Engineering Education Fellow in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University

The Mechanical Engineering Department at Stanford University is seeking applications for a Science and Engineering Education Fellow (SEEF) in Mechanical Engineering (ME) to (a) support committed faculty in implementing an effective transition of ME courses to an active and more inclusive learning format, and (b) engage in research on engineering education and workplace practices. This comes at a key transition period for our BSME program, as we are amid assessing what components from our largely online course formats from AY21 we want to retain as we head back to all in-person teaching for AY22. The Fellow will join a campus-wide cohort of Science and Engineering Education Fellows, as well as including education-related scholars in the Designing Education Lab (DEL).

 

More details about the role can be found at:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YZdanVVkdYcKr1zXTUcTZFTTj0o_dXpC/view?usp=sharing

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Student Division Newsletter, June 2021

Dear Student Division members, 

It’s been a while since our last newsletter, but your fellow division officers and I wanted to reach out and properly wish you a happy summer!  Whether you’re still finishing up courses or well into your summer break, I especially hope you’re all having a meaningful day today.  For many of us, this past Memorial Day weekend was an opportunity to spend time with family, remember those who served, and take time to decompress after a long semester.  However you spent it, my fellow officers and I hope you had the best time.

For those of you planning to attend the virtual ASEE conference in June, pay special attention to this newsletter, as we have some important opportunities and announcements to share.  Also, please take the time to join us on our TwitterFacebookSlackDiscord, and website to have access to the most up-to-date student division information during the conference. We’ll use these platforms to share announcements and even host events during the conference, so please join us if you can! 

Finally, as always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Adrianne (awheel13@depaul.edu) or Cassie (cswood@umich.edu) with any questions or concerns regarding the division or the annual conference, or to Skyler (me@skylerausten.com) with questions about adding a listing to our monthly newsletter.  

Until next month’s newsletter, stay well and take care! 

 

Best, 

Skyler Austen | Information Chair | me@skylerausten.com 

Adrianne Wheeler | Program Chair | awheel13@depaul.edu 

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General Announcements: 

  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Division Moderator Interest Form Due June 10th
  1. WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT: NSF INCLUDES IRME Workshop 
  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Building Bridges into Engineering Education: Prospective Mentor-mentee Social 
  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE Presents: Master Class on Effective Teaching 
  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference 

Position Announcements: 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Several Postdoctoral Fellows positions for Engineering Educators at Georgia Institute of Technology 
  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholars in Data Science or Computational Science with an interest in Black Studies 

  

General Announcements, Detailed: 

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1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Division Moderator Interest Form Due June 10th

The ASEE Student Division is looking for volunteer moderators to help host events during the annual conference!  If you’re interested in moderating panels or events for the division, please fill out the form here : http://depaul.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0OkIgWBVu4CGbGu.  Thanks! 

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2. WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT: NSF INCLUDES IRME Workshop 

Dear ASEE Family,

You are invited to participate in the NSF INCLUDES Increasing the Representation of Minorities in Engineering (IRME) Workshop to be held virtually from June 2-4, 2021.

You can register for the 3 – day workshop here!

Day 1 - NSF INCLUDES IRME Workshop: Day 1 – GlobalMindED
Day 2 - NSF INCLUDES IRME Workshop: Day 2 – GlobalMindED
Day 3 - NSF INCLUDES IRME Workshop: Day 3 – GlobalMindED 

Funded by an NSF INCLUDES Planning Grant that was awarded to Morgan State University in the fall of 2020 (Award #2040830), the IRME Workshop aims to address the urgent need for the development of a diverse and equitable engineering capable workforce and broaden the participation and success of underrepresented minority students (URMs) in engineering. The IRME Workshop will focus on: developing a shared vision for improving outcomes for URMs in engineering; crystalizing partnerships between a consortium of engineering programs, pre-college programs, non-profit organizations, and industry; and creating a research agenda that will examine the social and academic factors that influence the success of URMs in engineering. 

The IRME Workshop will include Pre-Workshop Events, Key Note and panel presentations, and break-out sessions designed to capture the perspectives of students, faculty, administrators, and industry experts. One outcome of the IRME Workshop will be a research brief that will be shared with the NSF INCLUDES Inclusive Engineering Affinity Group and disseminated through GlobalMindED (https://globalminded.org/), our project partner. 

 

To learn more about the NSF INCLUDES IRME Project, see: https://nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=2040830&HistoricalAwards=false 

Many thanks,

IRME Planning Committee 

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3. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Building Bridges into Engineering Education: Prospective Mentor-mentee Social 

Interested in starting engineering education research (EER)? Or are you already involved and want to support new researchers? There are grants and a community for that!

Join our free virtual social networking event to connect existing and prospective mentors and mentees.

Seeking: Potential EER mentees and mentors
Date: Wednesday June 23rd, 2021
Time: 12:00PM Pacific/3:00PM Eastern
Duration: 1 hour
Join: Zoom Registration

This networking event will consist primarily of informal breakout room conversations between pairs or small groups of researchers interested in EER. This will facilitate connections between established researchers and burgeoning engineering education researchers. Specifically, this event may be advantageous to meet potential collaborators for funded projects, such as the Research Initiation in Engineering Formation (RIEF) grant which requires both a mentor and mentee PI.

Join us by registering today!
After registering, you will be asked to fill out a Google slide with your information prior to the event to advertise your interests to other researchers.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon.
– EER Mentor Network

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4. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE Presents: Master Class on Effective Teaching 

Dear Colleague, 

Are you a K-12 or university-level STEM instructor who wishes to develop more effective STEM teaching and instruction practices? If so, ASEE Presents: Master Class on Effective Teaching is for you! Learn more about ASEE’s Master Class on Effective Teaching here: https://resources.asee.org/course_catalog/master-class-on-effective-teaching/ 

Overview:  Coming June 2021, ASEE Presents: Master Class on Effective Teaching is a three-part, instructor-led online program that will establish STEM instruction based on materials from the forthcoming book Uncommon Sense Teaching: Practical Insights in Brain Science to Help Students Learn  

The Master Class on Effective Teaching, led by Barbara Oakley, co-teacher of Coursera–UC San Diego’s Learning How to Learn, with contributions from Beth Rogowsky, and Krzysztof (Chris) Kobus, will provide K-12 and university-level STEM instructors with a common framework, terminology, and practical exercises to develop their teaching in STEM on a soundly neuroscientific basis. 

Dates and Times:  ASEE Presents: Master Class on Effective Teaching will be held June 21, 22, and 23, 2021 from 12:00 – 4:00 PM, ET all days. 

 

Pricing:  Registration is $149 for ASEE Professional Members, $49 for ASEE P-12 and Student Members, and $199 for non-members. 

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to develop more effective STEM teaching and instruction practices based on neuroscientific principles. Learn more and register today! 

 

Regards, 

Erin Steigerwalt 

Learning Services Content Developer, ASEE  

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5. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference 

Registration for the 2021 First Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) Conference is now open! This year’s conference will be held virtually on August 9-10, 2021. Early registration ($40) ends May 31. Visit https://sites.asee.org/fyee2021/registration/ for additional registration options or to register for this year’s conference. 

Check https://sites.asee.org/fyee2021/ for more details.  Please direct any questions to Kevin Calabro at kcalabro@umd.edu. 

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Position Announcements, Detailed: 

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1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Several Postdoctoral Fellows positions for Engineering Educators at Georgia Institute of Technology 

Multiple units in the Georgia Tech College of Engineering are hiring for a total of five full-time, multi-year, Postdoctoral Fellowship positions in the area of engineering education starting by the Fall of 2021 with opportunities to start earlier. The positions will support a grant funded multi-department curricula innovation effort to integrate a reflective, story-centric, approach to developing undergraduate engineers’ entrepreneurial mindset. Units involved include Biomedical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Create-X. The Biomedical Engineering (BME) department is coordinating hiring for all five positions.

The postdoctoral fellows will assist the units in their implementation and improve our understanding of how students develop an entrepreneurial mindset and a self-concept as an entrepreneurially minded engineer. Work in each role will range from program development and curricular implementation to foundational research in engineering education. Fellows will work as part of a large team involving many faculty in multiple departments. The roles are described below. Candidates should apply to this pool advertisement following the instructions below. Please indicate a preferred role as well as whether you wish to be considered for other roles besides your preferred one.

BME-1: This role will focus on research and implementation of faculty development. Primarily, the role will involve research and learner analyses of faculty to understand what their needs are for faculty development as well as how those needs change over time. That focus will include understanding how faculty perceive students, how they approach education, and how they understand the concepts at the center of the grant. The role will also include responsibilities related to developing and facilitating faculty development activities for faculty across multiple engineering disciplines.

BME-2: This role will focus on learning sciences analysis of novel pedagogies. The key responsibility will be documenting and disseminating key research work on the theoretical foundations of story-driven learning and its contribution to engineering students’ entrepreneurial mindset and entrepreneurial self-concept. That includes the development of a learning sciences model of Story-Driven Learning. It will primarily focus on developing and executing a research agenda to study the impact that curricular change efforts have on students. The role will require expertise in both qualitative and quantitative educational research methods. It will include the development and utilization of appropriate measurement instruments as well as interviewing and observation. A background in either learning sciences or identity theory will likely be appropriate here. Prior experience with formal literature reviews and associated publication techniques would also be beneficial.

BME-3: This role will focus on documenting and disseminating curricular implementations. The goal is to understand positive and negative mutations of EM and other grant concepts that appear in the different departments’ implementations. It is centered in the area of curricular change. The work builds primarily on the concept of Fidelity of Implementation (c.f., Borrego et al., 2013; Morel et al., 2019). Work will include both curation of implementations as well as analysis of variation across different implementations. Experience with mixed-methods data and artifact analysis will be important to compare, contrast, and contextualize variation. It will include focus group work to understand faculty and student perspectives on the curricular changes in an effort to understand how variation in curricular implementation affects those perspectives.

CEE-1: This role will focus on research, design, and implementation of curricular interventions related to EM in a vertically integrated sequence of undergraduate courses. Responsibilities will range from proving support for program/course development and curricula implementation to foundational research in engineering education. The role will include research as well as development and implementation of faculty development. Responsibilities will also include assisting with evaluating the impact of the EML interventions on the students’ entrepreneurial mindset and entrepreneurial self-concept.

CX-1: This role will focus on supporting faculty in creating curricular content to teach story-driven learning (SDL) to undergraduate students. The fellow will lead identification of points in the CREATE-X Learn, Make, and Launch programs where it is optimal to integrate SDL experiences. They will also collaborate with CREATE-X Associate Directors to deploy SDL curriculum within Learn, Make, and Launch programs. This position focuses heavily on faculty development and is expected to organize and develop training workshops for faculty members throughout the College of Engineering and the Institute. The role will also include work to develop new assessment tools for SDL to measure the effectiveness of different curricular interventions.

Dates and term: Start Date ASAP, initial term of 1 year extensible to up to 3 years. Note, we expect the position to start remotely before shifting to in-person in Atlanta, GA as appropriate given for safe operation during COVID-19

Qualifications: Applications are welcome from recipients of a PhD in educational psychology; learning sciences; cognitive psychology; organizational psychology; business psychology; higher education, engineering education, research, measurement, and evaluation; or a related field. Academic and/or professional experience related to the above research areas is strongly preferred. The ideal candidate should have demonstrated the ability to perform work with faculty as well as the ability to take research from ideation to publication. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrable prior experience in designing, implementing, and researching curricular innovation in higher education.
In addition to specific disciplinary knowledge and skill competencies, successful applicants will have demonstrated experience in one or more of the following areas: curricula change, faculty development, student development, engineering education research, and/or educational research methods. A track record of academic publications, excellent oral and written communications skills, experience working on large scale grants, and implementation-based research projects will also be beneficial. The ability to independently develop and drive a research agenda without disciplinary support will also be critical.

Applicant Instructions
To apply and be considered, please email a single complete packet of application materials: 

  • A completed one-page cover letter containing: 
  • full name 
  • physical mailing address and phone numbers 
  • email address 
  • brief introduction to your background in related research 
  • the name of the role (or roles) described above that you wish to be considered for 
  • A statement of interest of no more than two double-spaced pages describing in further detail your interest and background as it relates to this position overall and at least one of the specific roles described above 
  • A writing sample from a peer reviewed publication that is pertinent to the position 
  • An up-to-date curriculum vitae 
  • A list of three references; no reference letters are needed at this time, but please inform your references that they will be contacted if you are a finalist. 

* A sealed graduate transcript must be submitted at time of hire.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

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2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholars in Data Science or Computational Science with an interest in Black Studies 

The Center for Black Studies Research at the University of California Santa Barbara invites applications for two postdoctoral researcher positions for the academic year 2021-22. The research areas for the 2021 year specifically focuses on Data Science, any discipline, with an interest in Black Studies and/or Black communities in the African Diaspora (Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe and Australia/Oceania). Other areas for consideration in data science include all STEM, Social Science and Humanities. Part of the Fellowship (25%) is devoted to developing the Center’s programs, which may involve mentoring undergraduate research fellows. No teaching is required. The fellowship will provide a salary based on the candidate’s qualifications. Research and travel allowance may be provided. Health insurance will be provided. This position is a 12-month appointment beginning July 1, 2021 with a possibility of 2nd year appointment, upon evaluation. 

 

For more information, please see the flyer and ASEE Hub posting at: https://aseehub.asee.org/discuss/viewtopic/36/229 

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