Teaching-Track Faculty Member in Multidisciplinary Engineering Design

  • Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering
  • Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA
  • Mar 12, 2020
Full time   Computer Science/Info Tech/Systems Engineering & Applied Sciences Sciences and Technology: other

Job Description

The Whiting School of Engineering at Johns Hopkins University seeks multidisciplinary engineering design teaching track faculty. This is a career-oriented, renewable appointment on a career path that culminates in the rank of Teaching Professor. The faculty hired will be responsible for the development and delivery of multidisciplinary design courses and the overseeing of design team projects by undergraduate students from majors throughout the university (https://engineering.jhu.edu/multidisciplinarydesign/).

Responsibilities may include teaching human-centered design content, mentoring project teams comprised of students from across both engineering and non-engineering disciplines, sourcing external projects from industry, course management and logistics, and student evaluation.

Preferred and Required Qualifications

Applicants must have a Masters degree or Ph.D. in an engineering discipline, computer science, or a closely related field, demonstrated excellence in and commitment to teaching and/or mentoring, and excellent communication skills. Candidates are expected to bring experience applying engineering design principles in professional settings.

Application Details

Applicants should apply online at http://apply.interfolio.com/74765. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. Questions should be directed to WSEMEDFaculty2020@jhu.edu.

 

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