The Department Biomedical Engineering at Columbia University in the City of New York invites applications for faculty at the rank of Lecturer in Discipline beginning in the Fall 2022.
Lecturer in Discipline is a full-time non-tenure-track faculty member whose primary responsibility is teaching; additional responsibilities will include coordination of the BME Master's Program as well as BiomedX internal grant award program.
The Department of Biomedical Engineering is committed to hiring outstanding educators to support the growing needs of its exceptionally strong Master’s program.
Teaching responsibilities include leading biomedical engineering Lab-to-Market courses throughout the biomedical engineering Master’s curriculum, with a typical teaching load of two to three courses per semester.
This particular opportunity is to hire a lecturer with a broad expertise in biomedical engineering who can lead our Master’s curriculum.
Priority for candidates with experience teaching courses such as biomedical engineering laboratory and senior design courses.
Candidates should also display a commitment to continuously improving education through the development of new instructional methods and courses and engaging in educational scholarship.
Ideal candidates should also have experience or be familiar with BME translation and entrepreneurship. Industry and/or private sector experience is welcomed but not required.
Please apply by URL: https://academic.careers.columbia.edu/#!/93103
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