Assistant or Associate Professor - Engineering Education Research

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The College of Engineering at the University of Georgia invites applications for a tenure track position in engineering education research at the Assistant or Associate Professor level.

The successful applicant will join the Engineering Education Transformations Institute (EETI), a novel, next-generation, engineering education initiative that fuses fundamental engineering education research with systemic local and national impacts (More information at: engineering.uga.edu/eeti). EETI’s collaborative orientation offers the opportunity for an outstanding engineering education scholar to build a nationally recognized research program while contributing to the growth of a passionate community of educators who work at the intersection of educational research, pedagogical innovations, and curricular transformations.

This position is part of the College’s ongoing, strategic investment to build core strengths and shared capacity across the range of methodological and topic areas in engineering education to accelerate the development of a cohesive research and transformation effort across the college. Our community is passionately committed to diversity and the drive to address persistent issues in engineering around under-representation and discrimination based on race, sex, gender identity, ability, social class, and sexual orientation.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, impact-oriented, and collaborative individual to join our team and:
• Establish an outstanding engineering education research program that is recognized nationally and internationally and supported through competitive, extra-mural funding.
• Contribute to the development of a cohesive, integrated engineering education development and research effort in the College of Engineering through active participation in EETI.
• Make innovative contributions to instruction through course development, curriculum transformation, and instructional excellence in any of our engineering undergraduate programs.
• Contribute to instruction, leadership, and continued development of the PhD program for Engineering Education and Transformative Practice offered by EETI.

 

 

 

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Posted: 12/11/2018
Application Due: 2/9/2019
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