Asst Professor of Practice - Electrical Engineering #604093
The School of Informatics, Computing and Cyber Systems invites applications for multiple Assistant Professor of Practice positions in Electrical Engineering beginning in Fall 2019. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate lecture and laboratory classes (the instructional workload will be equivalent to teaching four 3-credit courses each semester but will consist of lecture courses, lab courses and developing supplemental learning materials in English for Chinese students), associated student mentoring, course and program assessment activities for accreditation. A small service component and no research component is associated with these positions. Courses will be delivered in English in Chongqing, China up to two-thirds of the time, and in Flagstaff, Arizona one-third of the time. Duties consistent with teaching in China will be required to complete a regular 17 week semester of work. The successful candidate will be expected to teach a variety of Electrical Engineering courses primarily in the following areas:
Digital Logic, Microprocessors and Computer Engineering
Linear Electrical Circuits and Electronic Circuits
Electromagnetics and Signals and Systems
Capstone Design, and Technical Writing
An earned Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or closely-related field from a university where English is the instructional language.
An earned Master’s degree or doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or closely-related field or in Education from a university where English is the instructional language.
A combination of five years of professional experience working as an electrical, electronics, or computer hardware engineer and/or teaching electrical or computer engineering at the college level.
Evidence of high quality teaching in Electrical or Computer Engineering at the undergraduate college level
Evidence of effective communication skills and fluency in American English
Demonstrated skill in or commitment to U.S. engineering pedagogy and best practices in undergraduate engineering education
Experience as an electrical or computer engineer or in a closely-related field
A Doctorate in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or closely-related field or in Education
Evidence of ability to work with people from diverse cultures
Evidence of ability to live and work in Chongqing, China for extended periods of time