Chair, Mechanical Engineering, University of New Mexico

UNM School of Engineering

Deadline: April 15, 2024

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of New Mexico invites applications for the position of Department Chair. We are seeking a dynamic, innovative, and visionary leader who can guide the department to a higher level of excellence. The successful candidate is expected to develop and implement a strategic vision for the department that fosters innovation and growth in both research and education, aligning with the plans of School and University. The Chair will be required to lead the department with transparency, collegiality, and a dedicated commitment to diversity.

Why New Mexico? You are welcome here
The University of New Mexico is the only Carnegie-classified R1 university in the state and is a federally designated Hispanic Serving Institution. New Mexico is a majority minority state with a long and rich cultural heritage that prioritizes advancement, equity and accessibility. In the 2023 legislative session, key bills passed included establishing the Native American Voting Rights Act and expanding protections offered under the Human Rights Act. The legislature also affirmed that all New Mexicans have protected access to reproductive and gender-affirming care. The Land of Enchantment continues to welcome all who wish to call it home.

Two Assistant Professor positions in Engineering Pathways program

University of Oklahoma, Gallogly College of Engineering Dean’s office

Deadline: April 15, 2024

The Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma invites applicants for two teaching-focused positions in our Engineering Pathways program. This newly launched program has dedicated faculty who are committed to our vision of providing all students with the opportunity and support needed to succeed in an engineering major. Specifically, the successful candidates will join the collaborative and collegial EP team which collectively contribute to teaching and mentoring first- and second-year engineering students and to providing additional support for mathematics success for engineering problem-solving. Candidates with experience or expertise in first-year engineering education or in supporting mathematics success for engineering problem solving are strongly encouraged to apply.

EP Position:

EP Math Support Position:

The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution.

Studies in Engineering Education Looking for a New Co-Editor

Studies in Engineering Education invites applications for a new Co-Editor. SEE is an international, open-access, peer reviewed journal that provides a venue for high-quality research conducted in all settings and contexts relevant to engineering education, with an emphasis on contextually rich reflective discussions of issues and approaches important to engineering education researchers and practitioners. More information about the journal can be found on the website:

The Co-Editor of SEE will work with a team consisting of Co-Editor Dr. Marie Paretti, Associate Editors, and an Editorial Assistant to establish and execute processes to maintain SEE’s status as an international research journal in engineering education focused on qualitative and interpretive research paradigms. Among these processes and activities are: establishing and maintaining the editorial standards for the journal, managing the review and publication of papers, facilitating editorial board meetings, engaging the SEE advisory board, and training new associate editors. Executing these responsibilities requires approximately a 4-hour time commitment per week. Applicants should be recognized scholars in the field of engineering education at the national or international level.

If you’re interested in serving as Co-Editor, please send an email containing (a) a cover letter including a summary of relevant experiences, (b) a vision statement for the future of SEE and a statement of your editorial philosophy, and (c) a full Curriculum Vitae, all to Shane Brown at All materials should be sent as pdf attachments not later than Friday, April 26th, 2024 by midnight EDT. In addition, individuals may nominate outstanding candidates for consideration. The current Co-Editors will review application materials and the selected candidate will receive an offer on Wednesday, May 15th, 2024. The anticipated start date for the position is Monday, June 3rd, 2024. Questions regarding the position or the search process should be directed to Dr. Shane Brown (, Co-Editor or to Dr. Marie Paretti (, Co-Editor.

CoNECD 2025 Annual Conference- Call for Abstracts

The vision of the CoNECD (pronounced, “connected”) Conference is to provide a forum for exploring current research and practices to enhance diversity and inclusion of all underrepresented groups in the engineering and computing professions. We believe that a transformation of our engineering workforce will not be the result of a singular focus. CoNECD will encompass the many diverse groups that comprise our engineering and computing workforce including groups based on gender (including gender identity and gender expression), race and ethnicity, disability, veterans, LGBTQ+, 1st generation and socio-economic status.

We invite you to submit an abstract to the 8th Annual Conference of CoNECD: Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity which will be held from February 9-11, 2025, in San Antonio, TX.

Authors should submit an extended abstract between 300 and 500 words on their paper/presentation topic.

Upcoming Workshop: “How to Engineer Engineering Education”

Dr. Michael Prince and a team of collaborators will offer the long-standing teaching workshop, “How to Engineer Engineering Education”, at Bucknell University from July 10-12, 2024. The workshop is designed to introduce both new and more experienced instructors to practical instructional design for STEM faculty. The program prepares instructors to adopt research-based practices that increase student engagement and learning. This workshop has been offered for over 20 years and has received overwhelming positive reviews. The registration fee is $900 per participant, which covers workshop attendance, participant notebooks, meals and refreshment breaks. There is a group discount for bringing larger teams from the same institution. Further details about the workshop program and a link to register can be found at Please contact Michael Prince at with any questions.

GMiS Inclusive STEMM Excellence Institute – July 1-3, Washington, DC

In a time of social, political, and legal challenge, Great Minds in STEM (GMiS) sees a need to support educators and policymakers in STEMM and beyond in their efforts to be inclusive in their teaching while addressing the learning losses exacerbated by COVID. Therefore, we are hosting the Inclusive STEMM Excellence Institute, July 1-3, 2024 in Washington, DC with the following broad aims:

  • Provide educators and their constituents with the tools to promote Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access (DEIA) in various settings for various populations within an increasingly hostile social/political/legal environment.
  • Provide policymakers with tools for making a continuing case for DEIA efforts and encourage their support of classroom teachers to engage in such efforts
  • Provide educators and policymakers opportunities to network with peers, knowledgeable subject matter experts, and resource providers in order to enhance STEMM learning environments.

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The 2024 Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference will be in Washington DC this year at the Washington Hilton from October 13 to 16, 2024. The Technical Program Chairs invite you to serve as a reviewer for the conference. Reviewers play a crucial role in ensuring the quality and integrity of our conference proceedings. Your expertise, time, and dedication are essential in maintaining the high standards of FIE and our academic community.

By volunteering to be an FIE Reviewer, you:
• Contribute to the advancement of scientific research;
• Have access to the latest scientific research in your area long before it is published;
• Improve your writing and that of others; and
• Become part of the community at one of the most prestigious international engineering and technology conferences.

To recognize, as well as show our appreciation for the service our reviewers provide, each reviewer will receive a Review Certificate from the 2024 FIE Conference at the completion of the review process. The certificate can serve as a tangible token of recognition and be included in reviewers’ professional portfolios, resumes, and Web of Science Review Dashboard. Knowing your vital efforts help shape the success of our conference, we thank you in advance for your thoughtful consideration to serve as an FIE reviewer.

Directions to become a FIE 2024 reviewer:
1. To create an EDAS account OR login to an existing account and find your EDAS Identifier.
2. Once you have an EDAS Identifier, click link to sign-up to be a reviewer.

After completing the form in 2), you will receive an email from (i.e., the EDAS system) with a link and instructions to setup your reviewer profile. This process is not automatic, so there may be a delay of 24-48 hours after completing the form to get the invitation.

Science Teaching and Learning Fellowship Opportunity: UBC Environmental Science

University of British Columbia, Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences

Deadline: March 24, 2024

In partnership, the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (EOAS) and the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability (IRES) are seeking a Science Teaching and Learning Postdoctoral Fellow (STLF) to support a grant-funded project to renew and expand the Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Environmental Sciences (ENSC)

Visiting Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Union College

Union College’s Department of Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering

Deadline: March 15, 2024

The Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering at Union College invites applications for a 3-year Visiting Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering position, beginning Fall 2024. A Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering or a closely related field is required. Candidates expecting to complete their doctoral thesis before September 2024 are also welcome to apply. Excellent candidates in all areas of Biomedical Engineering will be considered, but preference will be given to candidates with expertise in biomechanics, rehabilitation engineering, or biomaterials.

Please follow the application submission instructions. Increasing diversity and inclusiveness is a critical priority for Union and we expect applicants to address how they can further this goal in their cover letter. Applications should include a CV, a teaching statement, and a research statement. The teaching statement should include a reflection on the candidate’s teaching experience and ideas for how they might contribute to the diversity and inclusivity of students, educational experiences, and offerings at Union College. The research statement should address how the candidate will include undergraduate students in their scholarly activities. You will be asked to include names and contact information for three references and an email will be sent to references requesting a letter of recommendation after an initial screening. Review of complete applications will begin March 15, 2024 and continue until the position is filled.

Department Chair, Engineering Technology

School of Technology

Deadline: March 15, 2024

Department Chair, Engineering Technology

Excelsior University is recruiting a Department Chair for Engineering Technology. The Chair will have advanced knowledge and expertise in Engineering Technology or related field (electrical, nuclear, or mechanical engineering), as well as teaching and leadership experience in a higher education environment.