Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Materials Science and Engineering

University of Washington Materials Science and Engineering

United States

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Materials Science and Engineering

Position Overview


Organization: Materials Science & Engineering

Title: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Materials Science and Engineering


Position Details
Position Description


The Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at the University of Washington plans to hire a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (100% FTE, non-tenured, 9-month appointment) starting the 2020-21 academic year. MSE is expanding its faculty to address the growing need for professionals trained in Materials Science and Engineering in diverse areas ranging from manufacturing to healthcare. MSE is committed to being a model of diversity in the UW College of Engineering.


The appointment will begin in September 2020. The initial appointment is expected to be for 2–3 years. The position can be renewed, and the position is reviewed at the end of each appointment period for reappointment consideration. With pending UW faculty senate legislation, the position may be re-classified to Assistant or Associate Teaching Professor with an expansion of department governance, voting and leadership roles starting in the 20-21 academic year. Lecturers are primarily focused on teaching and service. The individual is expected to be the primary instructor for Senior Capstone Design courses with significant industrial outreach including the facilitation of student internships. Other instructional duties will focus on core/required MSE courses and electives with an industrial focus.


MSE has an extensive and growing curricular program. MSE offers bachelors, professionally oriented masters, and doctoral degrees.


MSE is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. Successful candidates will be able to reflect on how their approach to teaching and/or service contributes to positive social change and supports people who represent differences in gender, class, race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, national and cultural boundaries, national origin, worldview, intellectual origin, ability, and other identities. It is anticipated that successful candidates will also be aware of where they stand to grow with regard to issues of diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice, and their potential to mentor and educate diverse students.


The department is the home of dynamic, collaborative faculty labs, and faculty members who regularly collaborate with colleagues in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Environment, College of Medicine, the Information School; and prominent research centers focused on energy, environment, informatics, and healthcare. Faculty members also routinely engage in research projects with affiliates from the region’s high-tech industry and National Laboratories. Seattle is home to many prominent technology companies, along with a robust startup and global health community.


Qualifications
PhD, or foreign equivalent, in MSE related field

At least 2 year industrial experience and Professional Engineer (PE) or Project Management Professional (PMP) certification


Instructions
To apply, please submit the following materials. Review of applications will begin February 2020 and continue until position is filled.

Letter of application
Current CV
Contact information for a minimum of three references


Diversity statement *
Teaching statement or teaching philosophy


For applicants with prior teaching experience, a teaching portfolio that includes:
Instructional materials such as sample syllabi, in-class activities, and assignments with associated evaluation and/or grading rubrics


If available, course evaluations that provide both quantitative and qualitative evidence of teaching and mentoring effectiveness


* A diversity statement helps applicants reflect on how their approach to teaching and/or service contributes to positive social change and supports people who represent differences in gender, class, race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, national and cultural boundaries, national origin, worldview, intellectual origin, ability, and other identities. We invite you to reflect and describe your related experiences in teaching and service and also where you stand to grow with regard to issues of diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice, and your potential to mentor and educate diverse students.

For questions regarding this position or possible disability accommodations, please contact Bichtien Thach < lilies@uw.edu >.

 


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