The main responsibility of the non-tenure-track teaching faculty is high-quality student-centered teaching, including course preparation, delivery, and assessment. The annual course responsibility is six courses. The Assistant/Associate/Full Teaching Professor also participates in department, university, and professional service activities and will be engaged in a modest level of scholarship for their own professional development around education and pedagogy.
Course assignments may be at both the undergraduate and graduate levels within the Bioengineering department with primary emphasis on core topics within the department. We are seeking a dedicated teaching faculty member with expertise in various laboratory-based courses and techniques, as well as capstone design projects, focusing on the following interconnected topics:
Teaching a wide range of lab-based courses covering mammalian cell culture, microbiological culture techniques, agarose gel electrophoresis, SDS-PAGE, PCR, ELISA assays, and microscopy.
Exploring cell and tissue engineering approaches, such as stem cell research, cellular reprogramming, 3D cell culture systems, bioprinting, and scaffold design.
Delving into the intricacies of cellular signaling, communication, and interactions within engineered tissues to better understand tissue development and function.
Familiarity with bioreactors and dynamic culture systems for the maturation and conditioning of engineered tissues, as well as other tissue engineering applications in the rapidly advancing field of regenerative medicine.
In addition to teaching, the position may require industry outreach to support experiential components of degree program curriculum within Bioengineering and course development.
Non-tenure-track teaching faculty are required to provide appropriate service activities, including but not limited to advising undergraduate and graduate students, student recruiting, and e-learning development. Non-tenure-track faculty may spend a small amount of time on educational research & scholarship, including publications and presentations. Such activities are encouraged and supported by the Bioengineering department within the workload policy.
Ph.D. or other terminal degree in bioengineering, biomedical engineering, or a related field by the appointment start date
Demonstrated effectiveness in teaching, including a record of successfully developing and delivering course materials, engaging students in the learning process, and assessing student learning outcomes
Expertise in teaching diverse student populations and employing inclusive teaching practices to support the success of all students
Outstanding communication skills and the ability to collaborate effectively with students, faculty, staff, and industry partners
Strong commitment to continuous improvement in teaching and staying current with developments in the field of bioengineering or related disciplines
Expertise in creating innovative teaching methods for Bioengineering topics, developing new courses and curricula to ensure the Program remains state-of-the-art in a rapidly evolving discipline
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