Adjunct Instructors Pool - IDEAS Program - Design Spine Courses
The IDEAS program at Stevens Institute of Technology is seeking a pool of qualified applicants for possible temporary part-time teaching assignments. Adjunct positions are on a semester-by-semester contract basis. Successful acceptance into the adjunct pool does not guarantee an offer of a contract. Candidates will be evaluated on suitability of their academic preparation, past teaching experience, and potential for providing high quality instruction to undergraduate students. Adjunct faculty will be responsible for teaching one or more undergraduate courses in a manner consistent with the specific course content description. Adjunct faculty are expected to hold office hours appropriate for the course(s) being taught. Assignments may include day or evening courses and will be in person at our Hoboken Campus.
As staffing needs arise, our Director will review the pool and contact those applicants they are interested in interviewing. There are also times that adjunct faculty are needed to fill a last minute voids as well. As this is for a pool of applicants, it may take time before you hear anything.
The IDEAS program integrates learning and technical design with entrepreneurial thinking to create an environment that fosters innovation. It helps students look beyond technical problems to identify and address problems with entrepreneurial and humanitarian value and substantial societal impact. The program coordinates the design spine courses including the capstone senior design and the academic entrepreneurial experiences.
Courses: Engineering Design Courses, I, II and III
These courses introduce students to the process of design and seek to engage their enthusiasm for engineering from the very beginning of the program. The engineering method is used from concept, idea generation and evaluation, prototyping, implementation, validating and optimizing designs. Each class is structured with self-learning and hands-on activity components.
An overview of courses include:
- General engineering and design concepts. Major project includes the design and construction of an autonomous robot. C and C++ languages used.
- Sensors and data acquisition, with supporting experiments and design projects. Introduction of LabVIEW™ programming.
- Mechanics of materials with emphasis on stress/strain and related concepts, with supporting labs and design projects.
- Circuits and Simulations., with supporting labs and a capstone simulation design project (Matlab/Simulink).
Each class meets once a week for 3 hours for a 14-week semester. Instructors are required to prep before class, follow a syllabus and ensure consistent learning outcomes and will be responsible for all grading. All adjunct instructors must attend bi-weekly conference calls/meetings with instructor pool to ensure consistency across all sections.
Applicant Education/Professional Requirements:
- BS/BE degree in Engineering from an accredited engineering program.
- 5 years of work experience external academia
- Experience working with machine tools, such as band and scroll saws, belt sanders and drill presses, and various hand tools.
- Microsoft office suite experience preferred
- Teaching experience preferred
- Masters or PhD preferred in subject area
Innovation Design and Entrepreneurship Program (JM)
General Submission Guidelines:
In order to be considered a candidate for any job at Stevens, you must submit an online application. Please attach a cover letter and resume with each application. Other requirements for consideration may depend on the job.
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