EER Jobs & Opportunities

If you want to get more involved with engineering education research (EER), I recommend consulting the following sites. The sites can link you to all sorts of EER jobs, grants, fellowship, and funding calls. I’ve created this page for people who would like to work in the field of, or study how to do, EER.

I’m also sharing notifications I receive about EER funded Ph.D. fellowships and upcoming conferences that I learn about via emails or conferences.


From Sarah Zappe

ERM Announcements for 11/1 

  1. NSF ANNOUNCEMENT:  2020 NSF ENG CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop
  2. CALL FOR PAPERS:  Special Issue of SEE: Theories and Methods in Engineering Education
  3. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Reviewers for International Journal of Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace
  4. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Open House in the Department of Engineering Education at The Ohio State University
  5. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Engineering PhD Research Experiences Study
  6. ASSOCIATE EDITOR SEARCH:  Journal of Engineering Education – Associate Editors Search
  7. ASSISTANT EDITOR SEARCH:  Chemical Engineering Education – Assistant Editors Search
  8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral researcher, Tufts University
  9. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Postdoctoral Diversity and Innovation Scholar, University of New Hampshire
  10. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Teaching Specialist – Michigan State University
  11. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Virginia Tech, Collegiate Faculty position in the Department of Engineering Education
  12. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Multiple tenure-track and instructor positions, R.B. Annis School of Engineering, University of Indianapolis
  13. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Tenure track faculty, Environmental Resources Engineering at Humboldt State University
  14. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Teaching Faculty in Computer Science
  15. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Assistant Professor of Practice, Master of Engineering Management Program
  16. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Teaching postdoc position
  17. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT: University of Georgia, Lecturer Position in Electrical or Computer Engineering
  18. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  California State University,  Los Angeles – Assistant Professor positions in EE, ME, CE and CS
  19. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  California State University,  Los Angeles – Visiting Professor in Engineering Education
  20. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate Assistant/Associate Professor (Tenured Position), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott in ALL Engineering Departments
  21. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure-track Assistant Professors, Learning Sciences, University of Buffalo, SUNY
  22. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Associate/Full Professor, Learning Sciences, University of Buffalo, SUNY
  23. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Faculty position in the Department of Engineering Education at University at Buffalo
  24. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  4 Postdoc-Level Positions in STEM Education at Texas State University (1 program-focused; 3 research-focused)
  25. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty Search at Arizona State University

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1. NSF ANNOUNCEMENT:  2020 NSF ENG CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop

The 2020 NSF ENG CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop will be held March 31 – April 2, 2020, in Arlington, VA, just outside of Washington, DC. The proposal writing workshop aims to provide junior faculty who plan to submit a CAREER Award proposal to a program in the NSF’s Directorate for Engineering (ENG) with a CAREER proposal review experience and a forum in which they can interact with NSF Program Directors and recent NSF CAREER awardees.

Attendees of the 2020 NSF ENG CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop will benefit from:

•           Six mock proposal reviews by panels

•           Plenaries from engineering leaders

•           Focus sessions on time management and effective proposal writing

•           Guidance on the integration of education and research

•           Networking opportunities and industry-focused discussions

•           Interaction across disciplines and engineering schools nationwide

 All activities for the 2020 NSF ENG CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop will be held at the Crystal Gateway Marriott. Workshop participation is limited to 300 participants. Participants will be selected from those who submit completed applications. Applications will open in November 2019 and close on January 6, 2020. Visithttps://nsfengcareerworkshop.ccny.cuny.edu for details.

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2. CALL FOR PAPERS:  Special Issue of SEE: Theories and Methods in Engineering Education

As part of our mission to expand the conversations among engineering education researchers, SEE Co-Editors Shane Brown and Marie Paretti invite papers for a special issue of the journal exploring theories, methods, and the interplay between them in our field from a variety of perspectives. As an interdisciplinary field at the intersection of education, social sciences, and education, engineering education often borrows and adapts frameworks and methods from other fields to guide our research. In this special issue, we invite authors to deepen our conversation around these practices by bringing a critical lens to them. Questions to consider might include the following: How do we as a field use theories, and to what end? How do we choose methods, and what are the implications of those choices? What are the relationships between theory and method in our work?

https://www.seejournal.org/announcement/

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3. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Reviewers for International Journal of Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace

The International Journal of Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace (IJESJP) has received an increased amount of submissions the past year, and we are seeking participants who are available to provide peer-reviews for manuscripts on a range of themes, including:

  • Alternative practices and conceptual frameworks of engineering that contribute to community empowerment, especially as related to the way engineering is organized and managed and what it is that engineers do and who it is they do it for;
  • Mainstream practices and conceptual frameworks of engineering that work at cross purposes to social justice and peace, including the relationship between engineering and dominant economic, government, and cultural institutions;
  • The relationship between engineering and the publics it serves, including needs assessments, engineer-community engagements, public dialogue surrounding engineering work, and engineers’ roles in technology policy making;
  • Engineering education strategies aimed at promoting social justice and/or peace, including matters of pedagogy, curricula design, and academic values and institutions.

Our aim is to create a peer review process that is constructive and supportive of one another in the work for social justice. Feedback to authors should be encouraging and welcoming. It should also be critical in the sense of making recommendations toward the end of furthering the work.

Because we are an interdisciplinary journal, we welcome a broad diversity of perspectives in the peer review process. If you would like more information or to participate in our peer reviews, please send an email with a brief description of your areas of expertise to Andrea Haverkamp at haverkaa@oregonstate.edu

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4. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Open House in the Department of Engineering Education at The Ohio State University

Mark your calendars! The Department of Engineering Education (EED) at The Ohio State University is excited to announce our second annual Open House! Join us on our campus on Thursday, November 14, from 5:00-7:00pm as we showcase our latest research and teaching innovations! The event will take place in Scott Lab, room E100, and will feature poster presentations from our internationally-recognized faculty, as well as their graduate and undergraduate students EED faculty and staff will be available to answer questions about our First Year Engineering Program, Multidisciplinary Capstone Program, Technical Communications, our ongoing partnership with KEEN, and our first year as an official PhD program. Additionally, interactive stations will showcase recent lab innovations. Hors d’oeuvres will be served and attendees will have chances to win prizes and play “ENGR,” our version of Bingo! We are also offering travel grants for students who qualify. For information about the Open House, or to apply for a travel grant, please contact Dr. Ana Casado at casado.1@osu.edu. To RSVP, follow this link: 2019OpenHouse

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5. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Engineering PhD Research Experiences Study

We are researchers at Purdue University studying how the research experiences of engineering PhD students prepare them for professional practice. We are hoping that this message and the survey link below are shared by students, faculty, and professionals across engineering. The purpose of this study is to advance basic knowledge about the variation and scope of the engineering PhD student research experiences so that the results could be shared with the wider community to influence change for education and evaluation purposes.

We are asking engineering PhD students to participate in an online survey about their PhD research experiences. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Answers will remain completely confidential. The survey will ask questions about a student’s current PhD research experiences and research group organization style. A student must be 18 years or older and an engineering PhD student to participate in the study. Please click the link below for more information and to begin the survey:https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cZJsIuPAVmbd5oF

For questions, please contact PI Kerrie Douglas (douglask@purdue.edu) or graduate student Eric Holloway (eahollow@purdue.edu).  

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6. ASSOCIATE EDITOR SEARCH:  Journal of Engineering Education – Associate Editors Search

The Journal of Engineering Education (JEE), which serves to cultivate, disseminate, and archive scholarly research in engineering education, is currently accepting applications for one or more volunteer Associate Editors. Associate Editors are an integral part of the JEE Editorial Board and ensure the quality and timeliness of published material. Associate Editors serve 3-year terms that may be renewed.

 An Associate Editor’s primary responsibilities are (1) reading manuscripts submitted to JEE, (2) recruiting and selecting appropriate, well qualified and responsible reviewers to review the manuscripts, (3) synthesizing reviewers’ comments and feedback, (4) integrating that feedback with their own evaluative and constructive report reflecting the strengths and weaknesses of the manuscript, and (5) making a recommendation to the JEE Editor. Other duties include attending quarterly (virtual) meetings of the JEE Editorial Board, selecting the annual Wickenden award winner, and completing various tasks related to maintaining the quality and relevance of JEE such as special issues and guest editorials. Generally, an Associate Editor will be assigned 12-16 manuscripts annually, and the duties of the position will require approximately 8 – 12 hours per month.

 To qualify for the position, an Associate Editor must have an earned doctoral degree, be an active researcher in engineering education or a related field, and have experience publishing in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education research. Preferred qualifications include previous experience as a peer reviewer of a scholarly journal, publication experience in peer-reviewed journals, and rank at the associate professor (or equivalent) level. In particular, Associate Editors with expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods are sought, but all areas will be considered. If interested, please submit a cover letter, CV and list of references to Lisa Benson, JEE Editor, via email to Ms. Teri Garrett (terig@clemson.edu). In your cover letter, please describe why you wish to serve as a JEE Associate Editor and the special skills and abilities you could contribute in this role (e.g., research methods, content knowledge, work experience, etc.), especially as they pertain to responsibilities and qualifications for the position. 

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7. ASSISTANT EDITOR SEARCH:  Chemical Engineering Education – Assistant Editors Search

Chemical Engineering Education (CEE), the premier journal for educational scholarship in chemical engineering and related fields, is seeking applications for up to four (4) Assistant Editor positions available within the journal. CEE is published by the Chemical Engineering Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Potential financial compensation for the Assistant Editor positions will be decided by the Publications Board on an annual basis. Each Assistant Editor position will handle paper editorial duties consistent with their interest and expertise.  Additionally, each Assistant Editor position will likely be assigned oversight and management over an aspect of the journal (e.g. social media, educator profiles, etc.)

For more information, please seehttps://journals.flvc.org/cee/announcement/view/89

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8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral researcher, Tufts University

 

The Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) and Institute for Research on Learning and Instruction (IRLI) invite applications for a joint full-time postdoctoral scholar to work on studying undergraduate teaching and learning. The initial appointment is for the academic year 2020-2021, renewable for at least a second year.  The position focuses on undergraduate teaching and learning in introductory science and engineering, working across two units at Tufts: The CEEO has a K-16 mission of both outreach and education research; IRLI has a mission of supporting research on learning and instruction taking place within Tufts courses. The two units collaborate in studies situated within the Tufts School of Engineering.  

 

The postdoctoral scholar will be a key member of both units. They will be mentored by IRLI Director Dr. David Hammer and other IRLI faculty, with reporting requirements to CEEO Director Dr. Merredith Portsmore. The scholar will be significant research responsibilities, mainly but perhaps not exclusively in engineering education, including to participate in data collection, analyses, and disseminating research through presentations and publications. They will also have responsibilities in project management, mentoring undergraduate and graduate students, and as appropriate the development of new proposals for research. The position requires a PhD in a STEM discipline, STEM Education, or a related field. and significant experience in education research; we are especially interested in applicants with experience studying undergraduate education, responsive teaching, science/engineering curriculum development, working with university faculty or research mentorship of new educational researchers.

 

Please submit a letter of application, including descriptions of your background and research interests, a CV, and the names of three references to CEEO_IRLI@tuftsceeo.org.  Questions about the position or application process can be directed to CEEO Director, Merredith Portsmore (Merredith.Portmore@tufts.edu) or to IRLI Director David Hammer (David.Hammer@tufts.edu).  Full announcement at https://bit.ly/31Y9NuC

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9. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Postdoctoral Diversity and Innovation Scholar, University of New Hampshire

UNH is seeking a creative Postdoctoral Scholar who can make fundamental contributions to the broad discipline of Engineering Education. The Postdoctoral Scholar will conduct their own research and work closely with a senior faulty mentor to develop an independent research program. The Scholar will build on current strengths in the college in this area and have opportunities to engage in interdisciplinary collaborations across campus and the state, including the New Hampshire Center for Multiscale Modeling and Manufacturing of Biomaterials (NH BioMade) and the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute. We encourage a breadth of focus areas including but not limited to remediation programs to improve retention, incorporation of active learning strategies, self‐efficacy of students, diversity program assessment, benefits of technologies in the classroom, interdisciplinary program development, improvement of spatial ability, and assessment of recruitment programs.

Additional professional development support will be provided in the form of participation in faculty development academies with other early career tenure‐track faculty, coaching by senior faculty colleagues, workshops on teaching and learning, graduate student advising, involvement in department activities, and support funds. The Scholar will also attend workshops on grant writing and the development of a long‐range research plan that is funded by the NSF, US Department of Education, private foundations, or other organizations. Responsibilities will include teaching one course annually. For further information, including opportunities in Ocean Engineering, Materials Science, and Fluid Mechanics, see https://www.unh.edu/engagement/postdoctoral-diversity-and-innovation-scholars

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10. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Teaching Specialist – Michigan State University

The College of Engineering at Michigan State University is seeking candidates for a fixed-term teaching specialist position, with possible successive appointments based on performance and budget availability, to support instruction in the Applied Engineering Sciences program.

Applied Engineering Sciences is a multidisciplinary broad engineering degree housed in the College of Engineering with a business complement of courses. Candidates are expected to have the capacity to teach within the engineering program curriculum and have the flexibility to teach introductory courses within the College of Engineering as well. Additional details about the MSU teaching specialist position may be found at:

https://careers.msu.edu/cw/en-us/job/502510/specialist-teacherfixed-term

https://www.hr.msu.edu/policies-procedures/faculty-academic-staff/academic-specialist-handbook/index.html

A demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching at the undergraduate level is expected as well as a strong academic or industrial background in engineering design and computation with experience in MATLAB or other structured programming.  Preference will be given to candidates who excel in engineering globalization, systems analysis and sustainable system management. Consideration will also be given to candidates whose experiences prepare them to contribute to MSU’s commitment to inclusion and diversity.

Contact: Laura Genik – ljgenik@egr.msu.edu

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11. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Virginia Tech, Collegiate Faculty position in the Department of Engineering Education

The Department of Engineering Education (ENGE) at Virginia Tech seeks applications for a full-time, academic year, non-tenure-track Collegiate Faculty position. Applications are invited from individuals dedicated to undergraduate teaching and student engagement. Candidates who have experience related to teaching and developing courses in engineering problem solving, design, and professionalism at the undergraduate level are sought. Experience with teaching the application of software tools (including, for example, CAD, computational programming, and/or data acquisition) is desirable, as well as experience teaching in a project-based learning environment.

This Collegiate Faculty position will be at the rank of assistant or associate professor. Collegiate Faculty members teach undergraduate courses, contribute to curriculum development and assessment of the undergraduate program, engage in the scholarship of teaching and learning, and serve as a valued contributor within the department on committees (e.g., committees focused on undergraduate programs, diversity and inclusion). Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in engineering education or a closely-related field, conferred by the start date (August 10, 2020).

Applications must be submitted online tohttp://careers.pageuppeople.com/968/cw/en-us/job/511522/collegiate-faculty. To apply, candidates should submit (1) curriculum vitae, (2) cover letter articulating interest in the position, (3) teaching statement that also identifies scholarship interests, and (4) list of at least 3 professional references. Review of applications will begin on November 15 and continue until the position is filled. Please direct inquiries about the position to the search chair, Dr. David Knight dbknight@vt.edu

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12. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Multiple tenure-track and instructor positions, R.B. Annis School of Engineering, University of Indianapolis

The R.B. Annis School of Engineering at the University of Indianapolis (UIndy) is seeking teacher-scholars for multiple tenure-track faculty positions at the assistant professor- (9-month contract) or instructor-level (9-month contract) with an expected start date of either January 2020 or August 2020.

Our diverse team is dedicated to effective and innovative teaching methodologies, which include a rigorous first-year program, project-based learning, service-learning, and current topics courses. Team building and design activities begin from the first day of classes and are reinforced throughout the curriculum. Our small class sizes and experienced professors allow students to design and direct coursework based on their interests, industry trends, and needs, as well as internship experiences.  Candidates in the areas of computational fluid dynamics, computer databases, computer security, human-computer interaction, mechatronics, microcontrollers, solid mechanics, and systems & architecture are encouraged to apply.

Apply at:https://uindy.hyrell.com/VirtualStepPositionDetails.aspx?TemplateId=298806

Please contact Dr. Paul Talaga – talagap@uindy.edu – for more information.

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13. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Tenure track faculty, Environmental Resources Engineering at Humboldt State University

HSU is primarily a teaching institution and the ERE department values high quality and innovative instruction. Of the tenured and tenure-track faculty: 75% are female, 63% are untenured, and 25% identify as Latinx. ERE students self-identify as: 33% underrepresented minority, 34% female, 43% first in family to attend university, and 45% are Pell Grant eligible. We welcome a colleague who is committed to make a difference in these engineering students’ lives.

The position announcement for JOB #2021-04 can be found at https://hraps.humboldt.edu/faculty-employment.  This position is open until filled. First consideration will be given to completed applications received no later than December 1, 2019. Early response is encouraged.

If you have questions, please contact: Professor Elizabeth A. Eschenbach, Search Committee Chair Department of Environmental Resources Engineering Humboldt State University Phone (707) 826-4348 Email:engineer@humboldt.edu

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14. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Teaching Faculty in Computer Science

Illinois Computer Science invites applications for multiple teaching faculty positions at all levels and in all areas of computer science. We seek highly qualified applicants with a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and the ability to teach at all levels. Teaching faculty positions are renewable, career-oriented, non-tenure-track positions. Multi-year contracts are available for all positions.

Successful applicants will join the department’s thriving community of creative, passionate, and innovative teaching and research faculty who contribute high-quality instruction, curriculum development, and student mentoring. Teaching Professors are expected to have a deep interest in improving pedagogy beyond the CS department, and may take leadership roles on campus and contribute to best practices and/or education research in the discipline.

Find full teaching faculty position descriptions at cs.illinois.edu/faculty-positions.

The start date for these positions is flexible. Application review and interviews will begin immediately. In order to ensure full consideration for a Spring 2020 start date, applications must be received by October 25, 2019, and for a Fall 2020 start date, applications must be received by January 10, 2020. Applications can be submitted by going to http://job.illinois.edu. For inquiry, please call 2170333-3426 or email HR@cs.illinois.edu

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15. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Assistant Professor of Practice, Master of Engineering Management Program

The College of Engineering (CoE) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (http://engineering.unl.edu) seeks to hire a non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Practice in the Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program, to begin Fall 2019. The MEM is a professional graduate degree for working professionals. This non-thesis, 30-credit-hour program prepares students for managing the business challenges in their engineering career. In partnership with the MBA program at UNL, the MEM curriculum strikes a balance between business acumen and technical skills to effectively lead in an engineering environment. The program is fully online with no residency requirements and enrolls students that have undergraduate degrees in engineering, at least two years of work experience in engineering or a related field, and use employer tuition reimbursement plans to finance their education. For more details and application requirements see: https://employment.unl.edu/postings/66318 . Review of application materials will begin October 7, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.

Contact: Dr. Jena Shafai Asgarpoor, Director, Master of Engineering Management Program, jshafai@unl.edu

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16.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Teaching postdoc position

The Department of Computer Science (CS) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for the “Future Faculty” program. The Future Faculty Program is a selective program offering two-year postdoctoral positions whose goal is to mentor and prepare outstanding candidates for an academic career in research and teaching. Candidates will be paired with a faculty mentor who will serve as their research supervisor. In addition, interested candidates will have the opportunity to teach up to one course per semester with strong mentorship and logistic support that guides candidates in good pedagogical practices. Individuals in the program will be mentored through the faculty job search process and will have the opportunity to be considered for a faculty position at Illinois. Candidates in all areas of computer science are encouraged to apply. Applicants for this position are expected to have a PhD or equivalent degree in computer science or a closely related field.  ABD (all but degree) applicants may apply and confirmation of your completed degree requirements must be provided on or before the start date.

Apply Here: https://jobs.illinois.edu/academic-job-board/job-details?jobID=119386

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17. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT: University of Georgia, Lecturer Position in Electrical or Computer Engineering

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Georgia (UGA) invites applications for a non-tenure-track Lecturer position expected to begin in January 1, 2020. The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is one of the three schools in the College of Engineering at UGA, which is one of the newest engineering colleges in the nation. The school consists of two undergraduate degree programs (Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems Engineering) as well as two graduate programs including M.S. in engineering and Ph.D. in engineering. Due to the unprecedented growth of our undergraduate programs, the primary duty of the selected candidate will be to teach 12 credit hours per semester. Successful applicants must be able to teach courses in electrical and computer systems engineering. Areas of particular teaching need include both lecture and laboratory instruction in the following general areas: Core first and second your courses in the ECE curriculum (Intro to ECE, Electrical Circuits and Electronics), ECE design courses (Design Methodologies and Senior Design Capstone), and Informatics (Introduction Informatics and Informatics Electives). A Ph.D. in Engineering or related discipline is required. Position responsibilities include effective classroom teaching of undergraduate courses, laboratory supervision, mentoring undergraduate engineering students, and working with other faculty on innovative teaching methods within the college’s growing instructional programs. Effective communication skills are required.

The university and College of Engineering offer programs to enhance the teaching skills of instructors.  Additionally, UGA’s College of Engineering is highly supportive of lecturers engaging with engineering education research and the educational research community through its cross-disciplinary Engineering Education Transformations Institute (EETI).  EETI offers financial and methodological support for technical engineering faculty seeking to engage in educational research, as well as annual grants to send interested lecturers to educational conferences (including ASEE.)

To apply, candidates should submit (1) letter of application indicating your teaching experience and interests, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) teaching philosophy/statement not exceeding 2 pages (4) unofficial transcripts, and (5) contact information for three references. Please submit application materials online athttp://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/100202. Questions related to the position may be directed to the school chair Dr. Fred R. Beyette Jr., Email:Fred.Beyette@uga.edu.  The position will be open until filled. Applications received by November 1st, 2019 will be given full consideration.

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18. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  California State University, Los Angeles – Assistant Professor positions in EE, ME, CE and CS

The College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology at Cal State Los Angeles is searching for teacher-scholars in all departments! Cal State LA is a comprehensive urban university with a highly diverse population, ranked #1 in the nation for the upward mobility of its students. We are committed to the inclusive classroom and seek to hire faculty who will be committed to diverse undergraduate and masters-level student learning, as well as to developing funded research and projects with federal, local and regional partners. We invite applications for tenure-track faculty positions in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Aviation Administration, as well as for a Visiting Professor in Engineering Education. More detail on each position as well as application information can be found at www.calstatela.edu/ecst/faculty-search.

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19. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  California State University,  Los Angeles – Visiting Professor in Engineering Education

The College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology at Cal State Los Angeles is searching for teacher-scholars in all departments! Cal State LA is a comprehensive urban  university with a highly diverse population, ranked #1 in the nation for the upward mobility of its students. We are committed to the inclusive classroom and seek to hire faculty who will be committed to diverse undergraduate and masters-level student learning, as well as to developing funded research and projects with federal, local and regional partners. We invite applications for tenure-track faculty positions in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Aviation Administration, as well as for a Visiting Professor in Engineering Education. More detail on each position as well as application information can be found atwww.calstatela.edu/ecst/faculty-search.

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20. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate Assistant/Associate Professor (Tenured Position), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott in ALL Engineering Departments (Mechanical, Aerospace, and Computer/Electrical/Software Engineering)

Do you have a degree in electrical, computer, software, mechanical, or aerospace engineering? Do we have a job for you! The College of Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona, invites applications for tenure track positions in all of our departments at the Assistant or Associate Professor levels to start in Spring 2020 or Fall 2020.

The College is seeking candidates with strong interests in engineering education, a commitment to excellence in teaching and learning, an ability to perform applied research, as well as dedication to service and collegiality. Successful candidates will be expected to teach undergraduate courses and laboratory experiments, to collaborate with students on independent research and to supervise student projects. An earned doctorate in engineering or similar degree along with related experience is highly desired; however, candidates with a Master’s Degree and significant industry experience are strongly encouraged to apply.

A complete application package should consist of: (1) a cover letter including the date of availability, (2) a curriculum vita including contact information for at least three professional references, (3) a statement of teaching philosophy including a list of courses the candidate would like to teach or develop, and (4) a statement describing the candidate’s professional goals.

For the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer, Electrical, or Software Engineering, the department is seeking multiple positions including someone to teach a two-semester senior design sequence. Contact Ed Post at postj@erau.edu for more information.

For the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, the department has an open search but is especially interested in candidates with experience in robotics. Contact Murat Okcay atOKCAYM@erau.edu for more information.

For the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering, the department has an open search. Contact Monty Moshier at moshierm@erau.edufor more information.

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21. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure-track Assistant Professors, Learning Sciences, University of Buffalo, SUNY

The Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo, SUNY invites applications for two Assistant Professor (tenure-track) positions in the Learning Sciences, in the Department of Learning and Instruction. We seek a scholar with expertise in Mathematics Education for one position and Computer Science Education for the second position. The Department of Learning and Instruction has a long history of research excellence and a strong tradition of teaching and community engagement. Faculty demonstrate a commitment to creating a collegial academic environment characterized by equity, social justice, interdisciplinary collaboration, an ethic of care across all of their programs.

A full description of the positions, required and preferred qualifications, etc. can be seen and applications can be submitted at: https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/21525

For questions about the positions contact Sam Abramovich, Associate Professor and Search Chair,samuelab@buffalo.edu, 716-645-3174

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22. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Associate/Full Professor, Learning Sciences, University of Buffalo, SUNY

The Graduate School of Education in the University at Buffalo, SUNY, invites applications for an Associate/Full Professor to lead a campus-wide, cluster-hire initiative in the Learning Sciences. This effort will lead to the establishment of a core group of prominent faculty in the disciplines of Learning Sciences, Human Computer Partnerships, Cognitive Psychology / Sciences, and Learning Environments. Our aim is to explore and investigate the impact of 21st century technologies on learning environments by answering such questions as: What affordances can artificial intelligence, human computer partnerships, and virtual reality bring to bear on our understanding of learning environments across the lifespan? How can learning technology impact accessibility, identity development, persistence, and perceptions, all within the current and future needs of society?

As the lead organization in this initiative, the Graduate School of Education seeks a candidate who would lead the effort to develop a team of scholars who share an interest in exploring how research can lead to better understandings of the interaction between technology, pedagogy, and environments while also considering the vital need to reduce persistent inequities. This initiative also serves UB’s goal of establishing, implementing, validating, and advocating pathways for translation and scaling of the best tested educational technologies within a diverse range of learning environments. The focus on translation and scaling of AI and other applicable technologies to problems of learning is critical to future priorities in learning across the lifespan. Central to the effectiveness of this initiative is a belief in the importance of cross- disciplinary translational research.

A full description of the positions, required and preferred qualifications, etc. can be seen and applications can be submitted at: https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/21527. For questions about the positions contact Sam Abramovich, Associate Professor and Search Chair,samuelab@buffalo.edu, 716-645-3174

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23. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Faculty position in the Department of Engineering Education at University at Buffalo

The Department of Engineering Education (DEE) at the University at Buffalo (UB) invites candidates to apply for the positions of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Full Professor. The DEE was recently formed and will advance modern pedagogical tools and teaching methods including the field of online education.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels, mentor graduate students, advise students at all levels and maintain an active research program. Desirable areas of research expertise include but are not limited to, one or more of the following: diversity/inclusiveness/persistence; pedagogy; the science of learning; assessment, engineering epistemology and quantitative research methods.

Candidates must hold a doctorate in engineering education, engineering, computer science, or a related field. PhD must be conferred prior to appointment.

For more information about the position, please seehttps://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/21508. If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Swenson at jswenson@buffalo.edu.

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24. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: 4 Postdoc-Level Positions in STEM Education at Texas State University (1 program-focused; 3 research-focused)

We are advertising four postdoctoral-level positions related to instructional change in undergraduate STEM. The positions are associated with three recently awarded NSF grants: (1) “Building Capacity: Creating Faculty-Student Communities for Culturally Relevant Institutional Change” (2 positions); (2) “Furthering the Work of Undergraduate STEM Transformation: Modeling Instructional Change Teams”; and (3) “Developing Faculty Resources of Evidence-Based Practices that Improve Learning and Equity in STEM.” One of the positions will primarily focus on programmatic work and may involve synergistic research activities. The other three positions will primarily focus on research and will involve synergistic programmatic activities as appropriate.

Minimum qualifications for all positions are:

•           PhD in a STEM and/or Education field

•           Commitment to counteracting systemic inequities in STEM

•           Motivation and ability to engage with diverse students and junior researchers

•           Motivation and ability to engage with STEM faculty

•           Enthusiastic and motivated learner

Other desirable qualifications align with the responsibilities of each position. Candidates who identify with underrepresented minority groups are particularly encouraged to apply. The salary for each position is between $50,000-$55,000 per year. Review of applications will begin on November 20, 2019. Preferred start dates are between January 1 and May 1, 2020. Initial appointments will be for one year, renewable as funding remains available (3-5 years). Interested candidates should submit a 1-3 page cover letter and a CV toSTEMEdPostdocs@txstate.edu. Questions can also be directed to this address. The cover letter should explain the candidate’s interest in one or more of the positions and why they are a good fit for the position(s), based on alignment with the required qualifications and any other desirable qualifications (e.g., past experience relevant to the job responsibilities). Candidates should clearly indicate in which position(s) they are interested in their letter. The cover letter should also specify a preferred state date and, if the candidate has not yet received their PhD, when they expect to receive it. If the candidate is requesting a remote work arrangement, this should also be specified in the letter. The CV should include a list of professional experiences, publications, and contact information for three professional references. Shortlisted candidates may be asked to submit a writing sample and three letters of recommendation. The full job ad with detailed descriptions of each position can be found athttp://txstper.wp.txstate.edu/join-us.

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25. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty Search at Arizona State University

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) and The Polytechnic School (TPS) seeks applicants for a tenure-track or tenured faculty position in engineering education, beginning August, 2020.  We intentionally seek new faculty that will uniquely contribute to a culture where faculty thrive as individuals and scholars,  help advance our collective research agenda, and contribute to the teaching and mentoring missions of both our undergraduate engineering programs and Engineering Education Systems and Design (EESD) PhD Program. Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to: 1) global and international contexts of engineering and engineering education, 2) online and technology-based learning in engineering education, and 3) enacting organizational change in engineering education settings.  See full job ad here:  https://apply.interfolio.com/69641

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To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

 

_____________________________________________________________________________________

 

Dr. Sarah Zappe | Research Professor | Educational Psychologist

Director of Assessment and Instructional Support

Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education
Pennsylvania State University


201 Hammond Building | University Park, PA | 16802
814-865-4016

ser163@psu.edu 

 

Associate Editor, Journal of Engineering Education

Division Chair, Educational Research and Methods, American Society for Engineering Education


From Sarah Zappe

ERM Announcements for 10/15

  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: ERM Business Meeting at FIE 2019
  2. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Engineering PhD Research Experiences Study
  3. NSF ANNOUNCEMENT:  Updated solicitation for NSF Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (RED) Program
  4. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS AND PARTICIPATION:  Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering
  5. ASSISTANT EDITOR SEARCH:  Chemical Engineering Education – Assistant Editors Search
  6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Assistant Professor of Practice, Master of Engineering Management Program
  7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Teaching postdoc position
  8. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT: University of Georgia, Lecturer Position in Electrical or Computer Engineering
  9. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  California State University,  Los Angeles – Assistant Professor positions in EE, ME, CE and CS
  10. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  California State University,  Los Angeles – Visiting Professor in Engineering Education
  11. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate Assistant/Associate Professor (Tenured Position), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott in ALL Engineering Departments
  12. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure-track Assistant Professors, Learning Sciences, University of Buffalo, SUNY
  13. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Associate/Full Professor, Learning Sciences, University of Buffalo, SUNY
  14. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Faculty position in the Department of Engineering Education at University at Buffalo
  15. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  4 Postdoc-Level Positions in STEM Education at Texas State University (1 program-focused; 3 research-focused)
  16. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty Search at Arizona State University
  17. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Joint Lecturer and Research Assistant Professor, Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program, Tickle College of Engineering, University of Tennessee
  18. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Postdoctoral Position in EER at New Jersey Institute of Technology
  19. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Clemson University, Assistant or Associate Professor in Engineering and Science Education
  20. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant, Associate, Full Professors in Cyber Security & High Assurance Computing at the University of Missouri-Columbia
  21. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure Track/Tenured Faculty Position in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  22. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant or Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Houghton College

 

  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: ERM Business Meeting at FIE 2019

The ERM business meeting at the Frontiers in Education (FIE) conference will be held this Thursday, October 17 from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. in the Kentucky room of the Marriott Cincinnati Riverside.  The agenda for the meeting and the consent agenda are attached.

Agenda items will include the following:

  • Update on ERM Finances
  • Update on suggested revisions to the Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) award
  • Opportunities to get involved with ERM
  • Strategic goals discussion

 

  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Engineering PhD Research Experiences Study

We are researchers at Purdue University studying how the research experiences of engineering PhD students prepare them for professional practice. We are hoping that this message and the survey link below are shared by students, faculty, and professionals across engineering. The purpose of this study is to advance basic knowledge about the variation and scope of the engineering PhD student research experiences so that the results could be shared with the wider community to influence change for education and evaluation purposes.

We are asking engineering PhD students to participate in an online survey about their PhD research experiences. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Answers will remain completely confidential. The survey will ask questions about a student’s current PhD research experiences and research group organization style. A student must be 18 years or older and an engineering PhD student to participate in the study. Please click the link below for more information and to begin the survey:https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cZJsIuPAVmbd5oF

For questions, please contact PI Kerrie Douglas (douglask@purdue.edu) or graduate student Eric Holloway (eahollow@purdue.edu).

 

  1. NSF ANNOUNCEMENT:  Updated solicitation for NSF Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (RED) Program

NSF announces an updated solicitation for the Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (RED) program, and it includes two tracks: (i) Innovation, and (ii) Adaptation and Implementation (A&I). The goal of the RED program is to catalyze revolutionary, not incrementally reformist, changes to the education of the next generation of engineers. Revolutionary means radically, suddenly, or completely new; producing fundamental, structural change; or going outside of or beyond existing norms and principles. For details and deadline, please see the new solicitation NSF 19-614. Please direct inquiries to Program Director Edward Berger, eberger@nsf.gov. A RED informational webinar will be held on 10/09/2019 (register). The webinar will be recorded and will be available for review on the program webpage.

We encourage you to contact the Program Director before committing to write your proposal.

Links:

RED solicitation/program webpage:https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505105

Webinar registration:https://nsf2.webex.com/nsf2/onstage/g.php?MTID=e53d87156442556b3dc4a9b2cae184e8b

 

  1. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS AND PARTICIPATION: Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering

Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering (JWM), under new Editor-in-Chief Julie P. Martin, is accepting nominations for Associate Editors and reviewers. Self-nominations are encouraged! Please see JWM’s new vision along with our updated Aims &Scope below—will you join us in making this vision happen? To nominate yourself or a colleague for either role, or if you have questions or comments, please email Julie at martin.4071@osu.edu the subject line “JWM” for more information.

Our vision for JWM is to be a force for nurturing the community of diversity and inclusion scholarship and practice in STEM, and is a place where:

–  Authors feel supported in their life’s work and receive fair, constructive, and timely feedback

–  Reviewers practice the art of constructive feedback so that each review is a tangible contribution towards creating a constructive and supportive culture for academic publishing in STEM education.

–  Associate Editors create a community dedicated to holding our field to a higher standard in how we treat each other and our life’s work. As individuals and as a group, associate editors lead by example in creating a constructive culture for academic publishing.

Aims & Scope: The Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering publishes original, peer-reviewed papers that report on empirical investigations covering a variety of topics related to achieving inclusion of historically underrepresented and minoritized populations in science and engineering education, academe, and professional practice. These populations include those who identify as people of color, white women, first generation college students, veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, people with disabilities, and the intersections of these and other identities. The journal especially welcomes research manuscripts that use theoretical frameworks and methodologies appropriate to the study of underrepresented and marginalized populations and/or use intersectional approaches. The Journal also publishes studies on novel educational innovations that hold promise for transferability to other contexts.

 

  1. ASSISTANT EDITOR SEARCH: Chemical Engineering Education – Assistant Editors Search

Chemical Engineering Education (CEE), the premier journal for educational scholarship in chemical engineering and related fields, is seeking applications for up to four (4) Assistant Editor positions available within the journal. CEE is published by the Chemical Engineering Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). Potential financial compensation for the Assistant Editor positions will be decided by the Publications Board on an annual basis. Each Assistant Editor position will handle paper editorial duties consistent with their interest and expertise.  Additionally, each Assistant Editor position will likely be assigned oversight and management over an aspect of the journal (e.g. social media, educator profiles, etc.).

For more information, please seehttps://journals.flvc.org/cee/announcement/view/89

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Practice, Master of Engineering Management Program

The College of Engineering (CoE) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (http://engineering.unl.edu) seeks to hire a non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Practice in the Master of Engineering Management (MEM) program, to begin Fall 2019. The MEM is a professional graduate degree for working professionals. This non-thesis, 30-credit-hour program prepares students for managing the business challenges in their engineering career. In partnership with the MBA program at UNL, the MEM curriculum strikes a balance between business acumen and technical skills to effectively lead in an engineering environment. The program is fully online with no residency requirements and enrolls students that have undergraduate degrees in engineering, at least two years of work experience in engineering or a related field, and use employer tuition reimbursement plans to finance their education. For more details and application requirements see: https://employment.unl.edu/postings/66318 . Review of application materials will begin October 7, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.

Contact: Dr. Jena Shafai Asgarpoor, Director, Master of Engineering Management Program, jshafai@unl.edu

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Teaching postdoc position

The Department of Computer Science (CS) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites applications for the “Future Faculty” program. The Future Faculty Program is a selective program offering two-year postdoctoral positions whose goal is to mentor and prepare outstanding candidates for an academic career in research and teaching. Candidates will be paired with a faculty mentor who will serve as their research supervisor. In addition, interested candidates will have the opportunity to teach up to one course per semester with strong mentorship and logistic support that guides candidates in good pedagogical practices. Individuals in the program will be mentored through the faculty job search process and will have the opportunity to be considered for a faculty position at Illinois. Candidates in all areas of computer science are encouraged to apply. Applicants for this position are expected to have a PhD or equivalent degree in computer science or a closely related field.  ABD (all but degree) applicants may apply and confirmation of your completed degree requirements must be provided on or before the start date.

Apply Here: https://jobs.illinois.edu/academic-job-board/job-details?jobID=119386

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT: University of Georgia, Lecturer Position in Electrical or Computer Engineering

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Georgia (UGA) invites applications for a non-tenure-track Lecturer position expected to begin in January 1, 2020. The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is one of the three schools in the College of Engineering at UGA, which is one of the newest engineering colleges in the nation. The school consists of two undergraduate degree programs (Electrical Engineering and Computer Systems Engineering) as well as two graduate programs including M.S. in engineering and Ph.D. in engineering. Due to the unprecedented growth of our undergraduate programs, the primary duty of the selected candidate will be to teach 12 credit hours per semester. Successful applicants must be able to teach courses in electrical and computer systems engineering. Areas of particular teaching need include both lecture and laboratory instruction in the following general areas: Core first and second your courses in the ECE curriculum (Intro to ECE, Electrical Circuits and Electronics), ECE design courses (Design Methodologies and Senior Design Capstone), and Informatics (Introduction Informatics and Informatics Electives). A Ph.D. in Engineering or related discipline is required. Position responsibilities include effective classroom teaching of undergraduate courses, laboratory supervision, mentoring undergraduate engineering students, and working with other faculty on innovative teaching methods within the college’s growing instructional programs. Effective communication skills are required.

The university and College of Engineering offer programs to enhance the teaching skills of instructors.  Additionally, UGA’s College of Engineering is highly supportive of lecturers engaging with engineering education research and the educational research community through its cross-disciplinary Engineering Education Transformations Institute (EETI).  EETI offers financial and methodological support for technical engineering faculty seeking to engage in educational research, as well as annual grants to send interested lecturers to educational conferences (including ASEE.)

To apply, candidates should submit (1) letter of application indicating your teaching experience and interests, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) teaching philosophy/statement not exceeding 2 pages (4) unofficial transcripts, and (5) contact information for three references. Please submit application materials online athttp://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/100202. Questions related to the position may be directed to the school chair Dr. Fred R. Beyette Jr., Email:Fred.Beyette@uga.edu.  The position will be open until filled. Applications received by November 1st, 2019 will be given full consideration.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  California State University, Los Angeles – Assistant Professor positions in EE, ME, CE and CS

The College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology at Cal State Los Angeles is searching for teacher-scholars in all departments! Cal State LA is a comprehensive urban university with a highly diverse population, ranked #1 in the nation for the upward mobility of its students. We are committed to the inclusive classroom and seek to hire faculty who will be committed to diverse undergraduate and masters-level student learning, as well as to developing funded research and projects with federal, local and regional partners. We invite applications for tenure-track faculty positions in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Aviation Administration, as well as for a Visiting Professor in Engineering Education. More detail on each position as well as application information can be found atwww.calstatela.edu/ecst/faculty-search.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  California State University,  Los Angeles – Visiting Professor in Engineering Education

The College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology at Cal State Los Angeles is searching for teacher-scholars in all departments! Cal State LA is a comprehensive urban  university with a highly diverse population, ranked #1 in the nation for the upward mobility of its students. We are committed to the inclusive classroom and seek to hire faculty who will be committed to diverse undergraduate and masters-level student learning, as well as to developing funded research and projects with federal, local and regional partners. We invite applications for tenure-track faculty positions in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Aviation Administration, as well as for a Visiting Professor in Engineering Education. More detail on each position as well as application information can be found atwww.calstatela.edu/ecst/faculty-search.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate Assistant/Associate Professor (Tenured Position), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott in ALL Engineering Departments (Mechanical, Aerospace, and Computer/Electrical/Software Engineering)

Do you have a degree in electrical, computer, software, mechanical, or aerospace engineering? Do we have a job for you! The College of Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona, invites applications for tenure track positions in all of our departments at the Assistant or Associate Professor levels to start in Spring 2020 or Fall 2020.

The College is seeking candidates with strong interests in engineering education, a commitment to excellence in teaching and learning, an ability to perform applied research, as well as dedication to service and collegiality. Successful candidates will be expected to teach undergraduate courses and laboratory experiments, to collaborate with students on independent research and to supervise student projects. An earned doctorate in engineering or similar degree along with related experience is highly desired; however, candidates with a Master’s Degree and significant industry experience are strongly encouraged to apply.

A complete application package should consist of: (1) a cover letter including the date of availability, (2) a curriculum vita including contact information for at least three professional references, (3) a statement of teaching philosophy including a list of courses the candidate would like to teach or develop, and (4) a statement describing the candidate’s professional goals.

For the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Computer, Electrical, or Software Engineering, the department is seeking multiple positions including someone to teach a two-semester senior design sequence. Contact Ed Post at postj@erau.edu for more information.

For the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, the department has an open search but is especially interested in candidates with experience in robotics. Contact Murat Okcay atOKCAYM@erau.edu for more information.

For the position of Assistant/Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering, the department has an open search. Contact Monty Moshier at moshierm@erau.edufor more information.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure-track Assistant Professors, Learning Sciences

The Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo, SUNY invites applications for two Assistant Professor (tenure-track) positions in the Learning Sciences, in the Department of Learning and Instruction. We seek a scholar with expertise in Mathematics Education for one position and Computer Science Education for the second position. The Department of Learning and Instruction has a long history of research excellence and a strong tradition of teaching and community engagement. Faculty demonstrate a commitment to creating a collegial academic environment characterized by equity, social justice, interdisciplinary collaboration, an ethic of care across all of their programs.

A full description of the positions, required and preferred qualifications, etc. can be seen and applications can be submitted at: https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/21525

For questions about the positions contact Sam Abramovich, Associate Professor and Search Chair,samuelab@buffalo.edu, 716-645-3174

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Associate/Full Professor, Learning Sciences, University of Buffalo, SUNY

The Graduate School of Education in the University at Buffalo, SUNY, invites applications for an Associate/Full Professor to lead a campus-wide, cluster-hire initiative in the Learning Sciences. This effort will lead to the establishment of a core group of prominent faculty in the disciplines of Learning Sciences, Human Computer Partnerships, Cognitive Psychology / Sciences, and Learning Environments. Our aim is to explore and investigate the impact of 21st century technologies on learning environments by answering such questions as: What affordances can artificial intelligence, human computer partnerships, and virtual reality bring to bear on our understanding of learning environments across the lifespan? How can learning technology impact accessibility, identity development, persistence, and perceptions, all within the current and future needs of society?

As the lead organization in this initiative, the Graduate School of Education seeks a candidate who would lead the effort to develop a team of scholars who share an interest in exploring how research can lead to better understandings of the interaction between technology, pedagogy, and environments while also considering the vital need to reduce persistent inequities. This initiative also serves UB’s goal of establishing, implementing, validating, and advocating pathways for translation and scaling of the best tested educational technologies within a diverse range of learning environments. The focus on translation and scaling of AI and other applicable technologies to problems of learning is critical to future priorities in learning across the lifespan. Central to the effectiveness of this initiative is a belief in the importance of cross- disciplinary translational research.

A full description of the positions, required and preferred qualifications, etc. can be seen and applications can be submitted at: https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/21527. For questions about the positions contact Sam Abramovich, Associate Professor and Search Chair,samuelab@buffalo.edu, 716-645-3174

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Faculty position in the Department of Engineering Education at University at Buffalo

The Department of Engineering Education (DEE) at the University at Buffalo (UB) invites candidates to apply for the positions of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Full Professor. The DEE was recently formed and will advance modern pedagogical tools and teaching methods including the field of online education.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels, mentor graduate students, advise students at all levels and maintain an active research program. Desirable areas of research expertise include but are not limited to, one or more of the following: diversity/inclusiveness/persistence; pedagogy; the science of learning; assessment, engineering epistemology and quantitative research methods.

Candidates must hold a doctorate in engineering education, engineering, computer science, or a related field. PhD must be conferred prior to appointment.

For more information about the position, please seehttps://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/21508. If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Swenson atjswenson@buffalo.edu.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: 4 Postdoc-Level Positions in STEM Education at Texas State University (1 program-focused; 3 research-focused)

We are advertising four postdoctoral-level positions related to instructional change in undergraduate STEM. The positions are associated with three recently awarded NSF grants: (1) “Building Capacity: Creating Faculty-Student Communities for Culturally Relevant Institutional Change” (2 positions); (2) “Furthering the Work of Undergraduate STEM Transformation: Modeling Instructional Change Teams”; and (3) “Developing Faculty Resources of Evidence-Based Practices that Improve Learning and Equity in STEM.” One of the positions will primarily focus on programmatic work and may involve synergistic research activities. The other three positions will primarily focus on research and will involve synergistic programmatic activities as appropriate.

Minimum qualifications for all positions are:

  • PhD in a STEM and/or Education field
  • Commitment to counteracting systemic inequities in STEM
  • Motivation and ability to engage with diverse students and junior researchers
  • Motivation and ability to engage with STEM faculty
  • Enthusiastic and motivated learner

Other desirable qualifications align with the responsibilities of each position. Candidates who identify with underrepresented minority groups are particularly encouraged to apply. The salary for each position is between $50,000-$55,000 per year. Review of applications will begin on November 20, 2019. Preferred start dates are between January 1 and May 1, 2020. Initial appointments will be for one year, renewable as funding remains available (3-5 years). Interested candidates should submit a 1-3 page cover letter and a CV to STEMEdPostdocs@txstate.edu. Questions can also be directed to this address. The cover letter should explain the candidate’s interest in one or more of the positions and why they are a good fit for the position(s), based on alignment with the required qualifications and any other desirable qualifications (e.g., past experience relevant to the job responsibilities). Candidates should clearly indicate in which position(s) they are interested in their letter. The cover letter should also specify a preferred state date and, if the candidate has not yet received their PhD, when they expect to receive it. If the candidate is requesting a remote work arrangement, this should also be specified in the letter. The CV should include a list of professional experiences, publications, and contact information for three professional references. Shortlisted candidates may be asked to submit a writing sample and three letters of recommendation. The full job ad with detailed descriptions of each position can be found at http://txstper.wp.txstate.edu/join-us.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Tenure/Tenure Track Faculty Search at Arizona State University

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) and The Polytechnic School (TPS) seeks applicants for a tenure-track or tenured faculty position in engineering education, beginning August, 2020.  We intentionally seek new faculty that will uniquely contribute to a culture where faculty thrive as individuals and scholars,  help advance our collective research agenda, and contribute to the teaching and mentoring missions of both our undergraduate engineering programs and Engineering Education Systems and Design (EESD) PhD Program. Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to: 1) global and international contexts of engineering and engineering education, 2) online and technology-based learning in engineering education, and 3) enacting organizational change in engineering education settings.  See full job ad here: https://apply.interfolio.com/69641

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Joint Lecturer and Research Assistant Professor, Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program, Tickle College of Engineering, University of Tennessee

The Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program (CGCHP) in the Tickle College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, seeks a joint Lecturer and Research Assistant Professor to contribute to our honors program, honors courses, a growing effort in Engineering Education research, and an Engineering Education graduate certificate. These efforts continue the legacy of our innovative Jerry E. Stoneking engage™ Program and will be aided by the opening of a new, state-of-the-art engineering building in 2021. This position is a full-time, non-tenure-track, 9-month appointment. The University of Tennessee supports career paths in both the lecturer (lecturer, senior lecturer, distinguished lecturer) and research professor (assistant, associate, full) tracks. The responsibilities of this position will include a combination of teaching, research, and administration.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an engineering (or related) discipline while a Ph.D. in engineering or STEM education is strongly preferred. Candidates must possess excellent communication skills, a solid commitment to progressive teaching methods, and show promise of developing a successful educational research program within the College. Evidence of college-level teaching and educational research is expected. Full consideration will be given to applications received before Nov 1. Applications should include: (1) a letter of interest, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) a teaching statement, (4) a research statement, (5) the names and contact information for three professional references. Details on how to prepare and submit all materials can be found by following the link below. Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Kevin Kit, Chair of the Search Committee, voice: 865.974.9874; email: kkit@utk.edu.

A more detailed description of the position and links to the Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program and Engineering Education Certificate Program can be found at https://honors.tickle.utk.edu/joint-lecturer-and-research-assistant-professor

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Postdoctoral Position in EER at New Jersey Institute of Technology

The newly formed Engineering Education Unit at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) has a position available for a post-doctoral fellow. During this 12-month position, the postdoctoral fellow will participate in data collection and analysis, training and supervision of graduate and undergraduate students, preparing manuscripts, presenting at conferences, and grant writing. A portion of time will also be devoted to professional development experiences as identified by the fellow.

Ideal candidates should hold a Ph.D. in engineering education, higher education, STEM education or other related fields. Candidates nearing graduation are encouraged to apply. A successful candidate for this position requires strong quantitative and qualitative research knowledge and excellent writing skills. If you are interested in this position, please send your 1)

CV, 2) cover letter, 3) a writing sample (published or unpublished work) and 4) contact information for three references in a single PDF via via https://njit.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=1&id=1698. If you have any questions, please email Prateek Shekhar, Assistant Professor – Engineering Education (pshekhar@njit.edu). This position will remain open until filled.

About NJIT:  NJIT is a public research university with a focus on STEM education. NJIT is categorized as an R1: Doctoral University of Higher Research Activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. It is consistently ranked among the highest in the country in return-on-investment (ROI) for its graduates and ranks among the top U.S. polytechnic universities in terms of research expenditures. The Newark College of Engineering at NJIT houses 5 engineering departments: Electrical and Computer Engineering, Biomedical

Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Chemical and Materials Engineering. The college also houses School of Applied Engineering and Technology offering engineering technology degrees to its students. NJIT has been noted in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as top 100 producer of minority STEM graduates, top 100 producer of degrees in engineering awarded to African-American and Hispanic students.

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Clemson University, Assistant or Associate Professor in Engineering and Science Education

The Department of Engineering and Science Education (ESED), located within the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Science at Clemson University, seeks applicants who are passionate about discipline-based education research for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor position. Candidates who engage in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) education research in any STEM discipline are encouraged to apply. Applicants should be able to teach STEM education courses at the graduate level and undergraduate courses in their STEM area of expertise. (See the ESED website for information on current classes and faculty areas of expertise: https://www.clemson.edu/cecas/departments/ese/.) Applications from researchers who specialize in research methodology, or assessment and evaluation, and a commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity, are especially encouraged.

Applicants must have an earned doctorate in STEM education research (e.g., engineering education, mathematics education, or science education) or any STEM discipline with post-doctoral experience in STEM education research. Candidates must have a background in a STEM discipline, specifically a BS and/or MS degree in a STEM discipline.

Applicants should submit their curriculum vita, names and contact information of three references, and three statements explaining 1) research interests, 2) activities and plans for diversity, inclusion and equity, and 3) teaching philosophy (maximum two pages each) via Interfolio. Applications received by November 21, 2019, will be given full consideration; however, the search will continue until the position is filled. Anticipated start date is August 2020.  The full position description and a link to the application can be found at: https://apply.interfolio.com/68602. For more information about this position, please contact the search committee chair, Lisa Benson atlbenson@clemson.edu.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant, Associate, Full Professors in Cyber Security &

High Assurance Computing at the University of Missouri-Columbia

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Missouri seeks applications for five tenure-track/tenured positions at the rank of Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor, starting Fall 2020. These five positions are part of a University of Missouri strategic initiative in Cyber Security and complement recent hiring in that area. The university has been recently designated as a NSA Cyber Defense-Center of Academic Excellence (Research) and is seeking to build on its success.

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or a closely related field. Preferred candidates will have success in research, and a strong commitment to excellence in teaching. For a candidate seeking a position at the level of associate or full professor, a record of attracting external research funding appropriate to their rank is an essential factor. We also encourage applicants with a history of or an interest in interdisciplinary research. The focus of these hires will be in Cyber Security, broadly construed, including formal methods, systems, and theory. We are especially interested in: Hardware and Embedded Systems Security; Secure Software Engineering (including static binary analysis, language-based security, and software verification); Wireless Security; Cloud Security; and Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things.  Applications will be reviewed immediately upon receipt and will continue until the positions are filled.

Application: Applicants should submit a CV, a research plan, a teaching statement and a list of three to five professional references electronically tohttp://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic refer to Job ID 31546.  Inquiries can be directed to the search committee at securityhiring@missouri.edu.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure Track/Tenured Faculty Position in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Missouri (MU) invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor levels. Applications are sought from candidates with expertise in the traditional mechanical engineering and aerospace engineering disciplines. Areas of interest include design and manufacturing, aerospace structures and materials, aerodynamics, and computational fluid dynamics. Faculty research areas must address the college pillars of pursuit: 1) Educating Engineering Leaders, 2) Big Data Analytics, 3) Biomedical Innovations, and/or 4) Sustainability inFEWSed (Food, Energy, Water, Smart Cities). The successful candidate will be able to take part in the growth of the College of Engineering and join a rich environment for collaboration with other faculty in Arts & Science, Health Professions, Medicine, Nursing, Veterinary Medicine, and Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources.

The candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in one of the following areas: manufacturing, aerospace structures, aerospace materials, and aerodynamics.

The COE encourages joint appointments with other colleges/schools (e.g., the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, the College of Arts & Science). The COE encourages joint appointments with other colleges/schools (e.g., the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, the College of Arts & Science).

Closing Dates: Applications will be reviewed beginning November 1, 2019 and will continue until the positions are filled. Anticipated start date is no later than August 15, 2020.

Application: Apply using the online system (http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/).

Please follow the instructions on the website, select job ID # 31180, and upload a cover letter, curriculum vita, a statement of research and teaching goals, a representative research paper, and contact information for at least three references.  Any questions regarding the application procedure may be directed to: Professor Noah Manring, Department Chair, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211. Email: ManringN@missouri.edu

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant or Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Houghton College

The Department of Physics, Computer Science, and Engineering at Houghton College invites applications at the assistant or associate professor rank for up to two tenure-track positions in our electrical engineering program.  Ideal candidates will have earned a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, computer engineering, engineering education (with a background in electrical engineering) or a closely related field by the beginning of their appointment.  Our engineering program couples rigorous academics in a strong problem-based learning environment with a strong emphasis on active student engagement in real-world collaborative design projects.  We are dedicated to our mission to provide a Christ-centered engineering education, anchored in the liberal arts and sciences, and we see our engineering program as a strategic next step in preparing graduates who can serve the world in ways that honor God and improve the human condition.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to teach a broad range of undergraduate courses in electrical engineering.  Other courses in introductory physics and general education may also be available.  Qualifications:   A Ph.D. in electrical engineering, computer engineering, engineering education or a closely related field is required. Previous teaching experience, experience with the ABET accreditation process, and experience in industry are all desirable.  Other important qualities for this position include a commitment to excellence and creativity in undergraduate teaching, strong interpersonal and leadership skills, a mature Christian faith and an interest in integration of faith and learning.  Academic rank and salary will be determined based on experience.

To apply, visithttp://www.houghton.edu/campus/human-resources/employment/faculty-openings and follow the PROCEDURE FOR APPLICANTS.  Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

 

To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

 

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Dr. Sarah Zappe | Research Professor | Educational Psychologist

Director of Assessment and Instructional Support

Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education
Pennsylvania State University


Received Oct 1 from Dr. Sarah Zappe, Pennsylvania State University

ERM Announcements for 10/1

  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: ERM Call for Papers for the 2020 ASEE
  2. NSF ANNOUNCEMENT:  Updated solicitation for NSF Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (RED) Program
  3. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS AND PARTICIPATION:  Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering
  4. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:  Sharing Exemplary Admissions Practices that Promote Diversity in Engineering
  5. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:  Purdue University, Engineering Education, Graduate Program Open House
  6. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Joint Lecturer and Research Assistant Professor, Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program, Tickle College of Engineering, University of Tennessee
  7. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Postdoctoral Position in EER at New Jersey Institute of Technology
  8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Clemson University, Assistant or Associate Professor in Engineering and Science Education
  9. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant, Associate, Full Professors in Cyber Security & High Assurance Computing at the University of Missouri-Columbia
  10. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure Track/Tenured Faculty Position in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  11. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant or Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Houghton College
  12. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Editor‐in‐Chief, Advances in Engineering Education
  13. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Assistant Professor of Practice in Civil Engineering
  14. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Assistant Professor of Engineering Education
  15. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT: University of Portland, Dean of the Shiley School of Engineering
  16. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT: University Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Teaching Faculty in Bioengineering
  17. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Tenure Track Positions in CS/SE

 

  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: ERM Call for Papers for the 2020 ASEE Conference

The Educational Research and Methods Division (ERM) seeks paper, panel, and workshop  proposals on topics related to ERM’s primary objectives: dissemination of knowledge on learning and teaching; dissemination of knowledge on diversity, equity, and inclusion in engineering education; encouragement of efforts to improve instruction through development of innovative materials and techniques, sound instructional design, and improved evaluation methodology; and enhancement of the status of teaching in the university and beyond.

There are three types of submissions: Paper, Workshop, and Panel of Invited Speakers. There are four types of papers that will be considered: 1) Work in Progress (WIP), 2) Research, 3) Theory, and 4) Evidence-Based Practice.

 

It is expected that the author(s) of a submission will support the Division by reviewing both abstracts and manuscripts submitted for the Annual Conference.

 

Submission Opens: September 3, 2019

Deadline for paper abstracts: October 14, 2019

Deadline for workshop and panel proposals: October 14, 2019

 

The full call for submissions:https://www.asee.org/uploads_public/conferences/session_owner/call_for_papers_file/0000/2110/2020_ASEE_ERM_Call_for_Abstracts.pdf

 

 

 

  1. NSF ANNOUNCEMENT:  Updated solicitation for NSF Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (RED) Program

 

NSF announces an updated solicitation for the Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (RED) program, and it includes two tracks: (i) Innovation, and (ii) Adaptation and Implementation (A&I). The goal of the RED program is to catalyze revolutionary, not incrementally reformist, changes to the education of the next generation of engineers. Revolutionary means radically, suddenly, or completely new; producing fundamental, structural change; or going outside of or beyond existing norms and principles. For details and deadline, please see the new solicitation NSF 19-614. Please direct inquiries to Program Director Edward Berger, eberger@nsf.gov. A RED informational webinar will be held on 10/09/2019 (register). The webinar will be recorded and will be available for review on the program webpage.

 

We encourage you to contact the Program Director before committing to write your proposal.

 

Links:

 

RED solicitation/program webpage: https://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=505105

 

Webinar registration: https://nsf2.webex.com/nsf2/onstage/g.php?MTID=e53d87156442556b3dc4a9b2cae184e8b

 

 

  1. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS AND PARTICIPATION: Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering

 

Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering (JWM), under new Editor-in-Chief Julie P. Martin, is accepting nominations for Associate Editors and reviewers. Self-nominations are encouraged! Please see JWM’s new vision along with our updated Aims &Scope below—will you join us in making this vision happen? To nominate yourself or a colleague for either role, or if you have questions or comments, please email Julie atmartin.4071@osu.edu the subject line “JWM” for more information.

 

Our vision for JWM is to be a force for nurturing the community of diversity and inclusion scholarship and practice in STEM, and is a place where:

 

–  Authors feel supported in their life’s work and receive fair, constructive, and timely feedback

–  Reviewers practice the art of constructive feedback so that each review is a tangible contribution towards creating a constructive and supportive culture for academic publishing in STEM education.

–  Associate Editors create a community dedicated to holding our field to a higher standard in how we treat each other and our life’s work. As individuals and as a group, associate editors lead by example in creating a constructive culture for academic publishing.

 

Aims & Scope: The Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering publishes original, peer-reviewed papers that report on empirical investigations covering a variety of topics related to achieving inclusion of historically underrepresented and minoritized populations in science and engineering education, academe, and professional practice. These populations include those who identify as people of color, white women, first generation college students, veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, people with disabilities, and the intersections of these and other identities. The journal especially welcomes research manuscripts that use theoretical frameworks and methodologies appropriate to the study of underrepresented and marginalized populations and/or use intersectional approaches. The Journal also publishes studies on novel educational innovations that hold promise for transferability to other contexts.

 

 

  1. CALL FOR NOMINATIONS:  Sharing Exemplary Admissions Practices that Promote Diversity in Engineering

 

The National Academy of Engineering (NAE), with support from the National Science Foundation (EEC- 1840746), invites nominations of admissions programs or policies that have resulted in increased diversity among engineering students. The only restriction on the type of program nominated is that the lead institution must be an accredited 4-year undergraduate engineering or engineering technology program. We welcome nominations that include partnerships with other types of educational institutions, industry, or nonprofit groups.

 

Policies or programs may be targeted to students from underrepresented populations among incoming first-year full-time students, incoming transfer students (from community colleges or other institutions), and/or veterans or other students of nontraditional age who are entering engineering. The NAE defines underrepresented populations broadly, including people of color, all women, individuals with disabilities, and individuals from other underrepresented or marginalized populations (e.g., first-generation students, LGBTQI individuals, students from low socioeconomic status backgrounds, students for whom English is a second language).

 

Nominations are due Friday, October 18. Please direct all questions to Beth Cady at ECady@nae.edu.  The nomination form is available at https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/5131081/Exemplary-Admissions-Practices-that-Promote-Diversity-in-Engineering.

 

 

  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Purdue University, Engineering Education, Graduate Program Open House

 

For more than a decade, Purdue’s School of Engineering Education has attracted students passionate about studying how engineering is best taught, learned and practiced. A PhD in engineering education has opened doors for our alumni to a range of career opportunities, from academia to non-profit work to industry.

 

You are invited to attend our two-day graduate program open house on Thursday, October 24 (all day) and Friday, October 25, 2019 (morning). You will have opportunities to learn about our groundbreaking PhD program, meet our faculty and students, attend our weekly research seminar, and tour our campus and research facilities. This event brings together individuals from a variety of backgrounds: current undergrad and masters students from many disciplines, practicing STEM educators, and professional engineers ready for a career pivot.

 

To learn more, follow the link below. Note that a limited number of travel grants are available for attendees, handled on a case-by-case basis.

 

https://engineering.purdue.edu/ENE/Academics/Graduate/OpenHouse2019

 

If you cannot attend the open house but are interested in receiving invitations to virtual events, or you have any other questions, please contact: enegrad@purdue.edu

 

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Joint Lecturer and Research Assistant Professor, Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program, Tickle College of Engineering, University of Tennessee

 

The Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program (CGCHP) in the Tickle College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, seeks a joint Lecturer and Research Assistant Professor to contribute to our honors program, honors courses, a growing effort in Engineering Education research, and an Engineering Education graduate certificate. These efforts continue the legacy of our innovative Jerry E. Stoneking engage™ Program and will be aided by the opening of a new, state-of-the-art engineering building in 2021. This position is a full-time, non-tenure-track, 9-month appointment. The University of Tennessee supports career paths in both the lecturer (lecturer, senior lecturer, distinguished lecturer) and research professor (assistant, associate, full) tracks. The responsibilities of this position will include a combination of teaching, research, and administration.

 

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an engineering (or related) discipline while a Ph.D. in engineering or STEM education is strongly preferred. Candidates must possess excellent communication skills, a solid commitment to progressive teaching methods, and show promise of developing a successful educational research program within the College. Evidence of college-level teaching and educational research is expected. Full consideration will be given to applications received before Nov 1. Applications should include: (1) a letter of interest, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) a teaching statement, (4) a research statement, (5) the names and contact information for three professional references. Details on how to prepare and submit all materials can be found by following the link below. Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Kevin Kit, Chair of the Search Committee, voice: 865.974.9874; email: kkit@utk.edu.

 

A more detailed description of the position and links to the Cook Grand Challenge Honors Program and Engineering Education Certificate Program can be found at https://honors.tickle.utk.edu/joint-lecturer-and-research-assistant-professor

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Postdoctoral Position in EER at New Jersey Institute of Technology

 

The newly formed Engineering Education Unit at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) has a position available for a post-doctoral fellow. During this 12-month position, the postdoctoral fellow will participate in data collection and analysis, training and supervision of graduate and undergraduate students, preparing manuscripts, presenting at conferences, and grant writing. A portion of time will also be devoted to professional development experiences as identified by the fellow.

 

Ideal candidates should hold a Ph.D. in engineering education, higher education, STEM education or other related fields. Candidates nearing graduation are encouraged to apply. A successful candidate for this position requires strong quantitative and qualitative research knowledge and excellent writing skills. If you are interested in this position, please send your 1)

CV, 2) cover letter, 3) a writing sample (published or unpublished work) and 4) contact information for three references in a single PDF via via https://njit.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=1&id=1698. If you have any questions, please email Prateek Shekhar, Assistant Professor – Engineering Education (pshekhar@njit.edu). This position will remain open until filled.

 

About NJIT:  NJIT is a public research university with a focus on STEM education. NJIT is categorized as an R1: Doctoral University of Higher Research Activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. It is consistently ranked among the highest in the country in return-on-investment (ROI) for its graduates and ranks among the top U.S. polytechnic universities in terms of research expenditures. The Newark College of Engineering at NJIT houses 5 engineering departments: Electrical and Computer Engineering, Biomedical

Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Chemical and Materials Engineering. The college also houses School of Applied Engineering and Technology offering engineering technology degrees to its students. NJIT has been noted in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education as top 100 producer of minority STEM graduates, top 100

producer of degrees in engineering awarded to African-American and Hispanic students.

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Clemson University, Assistant or Associate Professor in Engineering and Science Education

 

The Department of Engineering and Science Education (ESED), located within the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Science at Clemson University, seeks applicants who are passionate about discipline-based education research for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor position. Candidates who engage in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) education research in any STEM discipline are encouraged to apply. Applicants should be able to teach STEM education courses at the graduate level and undergraduate courses in their STEM area of expertise. (See the ESED website for information on current classes and faculty areas of expertise: https://www.clemson.edu/cecas/departments/ese/.) Applications from researchers who specialize in research methodology, or assessment and evaluation, and a commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity, are especially encouraged.

 

Applicants must have an earned doctorate in STEM education research (e.g., engineering education, mathematics education, or science education) or any STEM discipline with post-doctoral experience in STEM education research. Candidates must have a background in a STEM discipline, specifically a BS and/or MS degree in a STEM discipline.

 

Applicants should submit their curriculum vita, names and contact information of three references, and three statements explaining 1) research interests, 2) activities and plans for diversity, inclusion and equity, and 3) teaching philosophy (maximum two pages each) via Interfolio. Applications received by November 21, 2019, will be given full consideration; however, the search will continue until the position is filled. Anticipated start date is August 2020.  The full position description and a link to the application can be found at: https://apply.interfolio.com/68602. For more information about this position, please contact the search committee chair, Lisa Benson at lbenson@clemson.edu.

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant, Associate, Full Professors in Cyber Security &

High Assurance Computing at the University of Missouri-Columbia

 

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Missouri seeks applications for five tenure-track/tenured positions at the rank of Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor, starting Fall 2020. These five positions are part of a University of Missouri strategic initiative in Cyber Security and complement recent hiring in that area. The university has been recently designated as a NSA Cyber Defense-Center of Academic Excellence (Research) and is seeking to build on its success.

 

Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or a closely related field. Preferred candidates will have success in research, and a strong commitment to excellence in teaching. For a candidate seeking a position at the level of associate or full professor, a record of attracting external research funding appropriate to their rank is an essential factor. We also encourage applicants with a history of or an interest in interdisciplinary research. The focus of these hires will be in Cyber Security, broadly construed, including formal methods, systems, and theory. We are especially interested in: Hardware and Embedded Systems Security; Secure Software Engineering (including static binary analysis, language-based security, and software verification); Wireless Security; Cloud Security; and Cyber-Physical Systems and Internet of Things.  Applications will be reviewed immediately upon receipt and will continue until the positions are filled.

 

Application: Applicants should submit a CV, a research plan, a teaching statement and a list of three to five professional references electronically to http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic refer to Job ID 31546.  Inquiries can be directed to the search committee at securityhiring@missouri.edu.

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure Track/Tenured Faculty Position in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

 

The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Missouri (MU) invites applications for tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor levels. Applications are sought from candidates with expertise in the traditional mechanical engineering and aerospace engineering disciplines. Areas of interest include design and manufacturing, aerospace structures and materials, aerodynamics, and computational fluid dynamics. Faculty research areas must address the college pillars of pursuit: 1) Educating Engineering Leaders, 2) Big Data Analytics, 3) Biomedical Innovations, and/or 4) Sustainability inFEWSed (Food, Energy, Water, Smart Cities). The successful candidate will be able to take part in the growth of the College of Engineering and join a rich environment for collaboration with other faculty in Arts & Science, Health Professions, Medicine, Nursing, Veterinary Medicine, and Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources.

 

The candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in one of the following areas: manufacturing, aerospace structures, aerospace materials, and aerodynamics.

The COE encourages joint appointments with other colleges/schools (e.g., the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, the College of Arts & Science). The COE encourages joint appointments with other colleges/schools (e.g., the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, the College of Arts & Science).

 

Closing Dates: Applications will be reviewed beginning November 1, 2019 and will continue until the positions are filled. Anticipated start date is no later than August 15, 2020.

Application: Apply using the online system (http://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job/academic/).

Please follow the instructions on the website, select job ID # 31180, and upload a cover letter, curriculum vita, a statement of research and teaching goals, a representative research paper, and contact information for at least three references.  Any questions regarding the application procedure may be directed to: Professor Noah Manring, Department Chair, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO 65211. Email: ManringN@missouri.edu

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant or Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Houghton College

 

The Department of Physics, Computer Science, and Engineering at Houghton College invites applications at the assistant or associate professor rank for up to two tenure-track positions in our electrical engineering program.  Ideal candidates will have earned a Ph.D. in electrical engineering, computer engineering, engineering education (with a background in electrical engineering) or a closely related field by the beginning of their appointment.  Our engineering program couples rigorous academics in a strong problem-based learning environment with a strong emphasis on active student engagement in real-world collaborative design projects.  We are dedicated to our mission to provide a Christ-centered engineering education, anchored in the liberal arts and sciences, and we see our engineering program as a strategic next step in preparing graduates who can serve the world in ways that honor God and improve the human condition.

 

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to teach a broad range of undergraduate courses in electrical engineering.  Other courses in introductory physics and general education may also be available.  Qualifications:   A Ph.D. in electrical engineering, computer engineering, engineering education or a closely related field is required. Previous teaching experience, experience with the ABET accreditation process, and experience in industry are all desirable.  Other important qualities for this position include a commitment to excellence and creativity in undergraduate teaching, strong interpersonal and leadership skills, a mature Christian faith and an interest in integration of faith and learning.  Academic rank and salary will be determined based on experience.

 

To apply, visit http://www.houghton.edu/campus/human-resources/employment/faculty-openings and follow the PROCEDURE FOR APPLICANTS.  Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Editor‐in‐Chief, Advances in Engineering Education

 

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) seeks applications and nominations for the position of Editor‐in‐Chief for the journal Advances in Engineering Education (AEE – https://advances.asee.org/), a peer‐reviewed, online archived journal. The anticipated start date for the position is July 1, 2020. The AEE Editor‐in‐Chief works with a team consisting of approximately ten associate editors and a small advisory board that establishes and maintains the editorial standards for the journal, manages the review and publication of papers, expands global connections of the journal, and participates in events to expand the quantity and quality of engineering education around the world.

 

Applicants should be recognized scholars in engineering education, be active members of ASEE, and be employed by an ASEE member institution. Applicants for the position should send (a) a cover letter including a summary of relevant experience, (b) a vision statement for the future of AEE and a statement of their editorial philosophy, (c) a full CV, and (d) a list of three references to Adrianne Troilo, Director of Human Resources for ASEE (humanresources@asee.org). Applications are due by November 15, 2019.

 

In addition, ASEE members may nominate outstanding candidates for consideration. Nominations are due by October 15, 2019. For further information or to submit nominations, contact Michael Loui, Chair of the AEE Editor‐in‐Chief Search Committee (mloui@purdue.edu). Also see https://www.asee.org/documents/papers-and-publications/publications/AEE-Editor-Position.pdf.

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Assistant Professor of Practice in Civil Engineering

 

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), Department of Civil Engineering invites applications for an open, non-tenure track, Assistant Professor of Practice in Civil Engineering position. We are looking for an individual with excellent practical professional experience who is dedicated to being a leader in educational innovation, curriculum development, and pedagogy. The UNL College of Engineering is committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees’ differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse populations we serve. The college fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential.

 

Successful candidates will be expected to develop and teach general civil engineering courses as well as courses in the target areas of transportation engineering, geotechnical/materials engineering, and/or structural engineering, at the undergraduate and graduate level. Review of application materials will begin October 1 and continue until the position is filled. Applications must be submitted via http://employment.unl.edu, requisition F_190119. Complete applications will include: a) a cover letter, b) CV, c) teaching statement (submitted as “Other Document”), and d) a list of three references. Other relevant information such as a statement of service, statement of diversity and/or a statement of scholarship of teaching and learning may be included with the Teaching Statement.

 

As an EO/AA employer, qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation. See: http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination.

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Assistant Professor of Engineering Education

 

The College of Engineering (CoE) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (http://engineering.unl.edu) will be seeking applications for multiple tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of assistant professor in the area of engineering education. The College is building a cohort of discipline-based education research (DBER) faculty to both establish national leadership in DBER in conjunction with the broader UNL DBER community and contribute to research-based transformations within their engineering academic units. CoE is particularly interested in those whose research centers on teaching, learning, and assessment at the undergraduate level and can extend to the K-12 and graduate levels. For more details and application requirements see: https://employment.unl.edu/postings/66256. Review of application materials will begin October 4, 2019 and continue until the positions are filled.

 

Contact: Dr. Heidi Diefes-Dux, Professor and Search Chair, heidi.diefes-dux@unl.edu

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT: University of Portland, Dean of the Shiley School of Engineering

 

The University of Portland (UP) seeks applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the Shiley School of Engineering with a scheduled appointment date of July 1, 2020. The Dean is responsible for the quality, conduct, administration, planning, and development of the School’s teaching programs, research activities, and industry partnerships. Other specific responsibilities include managing the budget, appointing faculty and staff, innovating in engineering education, maintaining a positive ethos in a mission-driven unit, and enhancing dynamic relationships within the University and community.

 

Requirements for the Dean position include a PhD in engineering or related discipline, as well as previous teaching and administrative experience in higher education and scholarship that warrants appointment to the faculty at senior rank.

 

Please see the full announcement for more information: https://nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fup.hiretouch.com%2Fjob-details%3FjobID%3D58114%26job%3Ddean-of-the-shiley-school-of-engineering&data=02%7C01%7Cser163%40psu.edu%7Ccbed1ff0d0714a0c607f08d7321c0cf6%7C7cf48d453ddb4389a9c1c115526eb52e%7C0%7C0%7C637032968369333831&sdata=P9mPJ806u%2BL8KjrgbdSagUN5Yktm44akmsVxdMxkk5w%3D&reserved=0

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT: Teaching Faculty (Open Rank) in the Department of Bioengineering, The Grainger College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

The Department of Bioengineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) invites applications for an open rank teaching faculty position in all areas of bioengineering.  We seek highly qualified applicants with a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and the ability to teach at all levels.  Applicants for this position must have a Ph.D. in bioengineering, medicine, or a related field.  Ideal candidates will have multiple years of experience in teaching core courses in a terminal degree program.  Previous experience teaching courses in instrumentation and signals and systems in bioengineering is preferred.  Other areas of bioengineering relevant to the mission of the department will also be considered.  Competitive applicants will show the promise of excellence in classroom teaching and will demonstrate strong teaching knowledge.  Ideal candidates include those who demonstrate evidence of a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion through research, teaching, and/or service endeavors.  This is a 100% non-tenure-track, renewable appointment.

 

Please visit the website http://my.bioen.illinois.edu/join to view the complete position announcement and application instructions. Applications received prior to October 21, 2019 will receive full consideration.  For inquiry, please email Amy Meharry at amym@illinois.edu.

 

The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer.  Illinois is an EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled (www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu) and committed to a family-friendly environment (http://provost.illinois.edu/faculty-affairs/work-life-balance/).

 

 

  1. POSITION ANNOUCEMENT:  Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Tenure Track Positions in CS/SE

 

Rose-Hulman’s teaching-focused mission is to “provide our students with the world’s best undergraduate science, engineering and mathematics education in an environment of individual attention and support.” We’re Rose. It’s what we do. Sound like you? The Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Rose-Hulman invites applications for tenure track faculty positions with an anticipated start date of August 2020. The department, which continues to experience strong enrollment growth (currently 440 students), offers B.S. degrees in computer science and software engineering. These programs are accredited by the Computing and Engineering Accreditation Commissions of ABET. The department offers a multidisciplinary major in data science, multidisciplinary robotics minor, and several ongoing research projects among its vibrant interdisciplinary initiatives.

 

A doctorate (or near completion) in computer science, software engineering or closely related fields (including engineering education with an emphasis on these fields) is required for this position. Preferred candidates will have evidence of, or demonstrated potential for, excellence in undergraduate teaching. We are looking for candidates who embrace the mission and vision of Rose-Hulman to join our collegial team of 25 faculty. The department and the Institute place a high value on engaging students from traditionally underrepresented groups, and candidates from these groups are especially encouraged to apply. Candidates who can broaden and enhance the educational experience of our students are also encouraged to apply.

 

Job requirements and application instructions are available at https://jobs.rose-hulman.edu. Detailed information is available from Sriram Mohan, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering, mohan@rose-hulman.edu, 812-877-8819. Initial review of completed applications will begin October 1. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. EEO/AA

 

 

To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

 

 

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Dr. Sarah Zappe | Research Professor | Educational Psychologist

Director of Assessment and Instructional Support

Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education
Pennsylvania State University


201 Hammond Building | University Park, PA | 16802
814-865-4016
ser163@psu.edu

 

Associate Editor, Journal of Engineering Education

Division Chair, Educational Research and Methods, American Society for Engineering Education


Received 15 August 2019 from Dr. Sarah Zappe at Penn State University

ERM Announcements for 8/15:

1.  Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv 

2.  ERM ANNOUNCEMENT:  ERM Brouhaha Feedback Survey

3.  ERM ANNOUNCEMENT:  Request for feedback on Apprentice Faculty Grant for ERM

4.  WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT:  Identity to Impact Workshop

5.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  University of Michigan – Multiple Tenure-line Positions in Higher Education

6.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Visiting Researcher in STEM Education at Indiana University

7.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Associate Director of Engineering Learning Initiatives at Cornell University

8.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure Track Positions at the University of Cincinnati

9.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Director of Learning Sciences Research at Georgia Tech

10.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Faculty Position in Construction Management at Michigan Tech

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1.       Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv

 

To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

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2.  ERM ANNOUNCEMENT:  ERM Brouhaha Feedback Survey

The ERM Directors and incoming Program Chair seek feedback from all ERM members on the ERM Brouhaha for future planning purposes. Held at the ASEE Annual Conference, this event is meant for meeting and reconnecting with fellow ERM Division members and celebrating the accomplishments of award recipients. Please take 5-10 minutes to complete a brief survey by August 20th. All suggestions for making the event as welcoming as possible are appreciated. Survey URL: https://bit.ly/2YwcGRo

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3.  ERM ANNOUNCEMENT:  Request for feedback on Apprentice Faculty Grant for ERM

The Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) Committee is revisiting and evaluating the purpose of the AFG to ensure that it aligns with the goals of ERM and the current state of the engineering education field. As part of this process, the committee developed a survey to gain a better understanding of the beliefs and opinions about AFG from the members of ERM. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and will be open until September 7th. Thank you for taking the time to give your input!

Survey Link: https://utk.questionpro.com/t/AOilyZe4d8

 

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4.  WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT:  Identity to Impact Workshop

Are you an early career researcher that would like to learn how to better communicate the impact of your research? Do you know an early career researcher who fits this description?

On Oct. 23 in Arlington, VA, Dr. Jeremi London (Virginia Tech) will host From Identity to Impact, a half-day, capacity-building workshop for early career researchers. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to: 1)  Clarify facets of their engineering education identity that link their current role with their desired impact and 2) Effectively articulate the impact of their engineering education research & innovation (EER&I) projects.

Full details at https://eecconference.asee.org/impact-workshops/

There is no fee associated with this workshop. Space is limited; eligible participants will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis. To indicate your interest, complete the following survey by Friday, September 6 at 11:59 PM, ET: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BPSH3F8

Questions? Email a.sharpe@asee.org.

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5.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  University of Michigan – Multiple Tenure-line Positions in Higher Education

The School of Education at the University of Michigan seeks multiple colleagues for tenure-track appointments (open rank) in the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education. We seek applications from scholars situated in one or more of the following research areas: access, choice, and/or enrollment in postsecondary education; teaching, learning, and student experiences in higher education, including in STEM fields; postsecondary outcomes; state policy; and organizations and leadership.

The College of Engineering’s Engineering Education Research graduate program maintains close ties to Higher Education Program through faculty collaborations on curriculum and research, and through the preparation of doctoral and master’s students interested in the study and improvement of engineering education at all levels.  Applicants must have a track record of research and teaching demonstrating capacity to facilitate diverse perspectives, further equity, and promote inclusion for all students. Scholars utilizing critical perspectives in research and teaching, as well as those whose research connects to School of Education colleagues and programs in K-12 education, are particularly welcome.

For more information, contact Dr. Vasti Torres, Chair of the Search Committee at vasti@umich.edu and see: http://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/176268/assistantassociatefull_professor_of_higher_education

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6.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Visiting Researcher in STEM Education at Indiana University

Please consider applying for our visiting researcher position in STEM education at Indiana University – Bloomington.  The position requires work across two NSF-funded projects related to the study of making and engineering education.   Work on these projects primarily includes qualitative data collection and analysis – particularly of videos and interview data. We are looking for someone with strong skills in social science research methods and analysis, writing, and a demonstrated interest in making and STEM education, with specific experience in engineering or engineering education. The goal of the primary project is working with kids and caregivers on engineering challenges. The second project involves researching an engineering outreach program with upper elementary school children. Salary is competitive, and the position comes with benefits.  The appointment is for one year with possible extension dependent on satisfactory performance review and continued availability of funding. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.  Start date is targeted for October 1, 2019 – September 30, 2020 and the position requires residency in or frequent travel to Bloomington.

Minimum qualifications: A completed doctorate in engineering education or a related field by the time employment begins; research experience and publications in STEM education; strong writing and communication skills; demonstrated experience in collecting and analyzing video and interview data.  Preferred qualifications: Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively; expertise in making and/or engineering education.

If you are interested in this position, please upload a letter of interest that outlines: a) your interest in working on these projects, b) what you feel you can contribute to this work c) your relevant skills and experiences.  Send this letter, a current CV, and names and contact information of three references to Dr. Adam Maltese at amaltese@iu.edu.

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7.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Associate Director of Engineering Learning Initiatives at Cornell University

 

The College of Engineering at Cornell University seeks a dynamic individual for the position of Associate Director of Engineering Learning Initiatives. The Associate Director collaborates with the Director and Administrative Coordinator, and with teams of undergraduate and graduate student leaders, on the development, implementation, and evaluation of programs that promote educational excellence and peer-facilitated collaborative and applied learning in the College of Engineering. Key program leadership responsibilities include the Graduate and Undergraduate Engineering Teaching Assistant Development Programs; the Academic Excellence Workshops (AEW) collaborative learning program; and the Tutors-On-Call peer tutoring program.

Master’s degree required, PhD preferred.  Five to seven years experience in STEM education, program administration in higher education environment, or equivalent combination. Experience developing and delivering education-related programs, and teaching, training, and mentoring college students favored. Background in engineering education helpful.

Access further details and qualifications, and submit application materials at:

https://cornell.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/CornellCareerPage/job/Ithaca-Main-Campus/Associate-Director–Engineering-Learning-Initiatives–Teaching-Supp-Spec-IV_WDR-00020178-2bv

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8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenure Track Positions at the University of Cincinnati

The Department of Engineering Education (DEE) in the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) at the University of Cincinnati (UC) invites applications for multiple tenure-track positions at all ranks. Candidates will be expected to conduct research in one or more of the following research areas: (1) engineering epistemologies, (2) engineering learning mechanism, (3) engineering learning systems, (4) engineering diversity and inclusiveness, and (5) engineering assessment. Commensurate with rank, faculty will be expected to: develop (or advance) a nationally/internationally recognized, externally-funded research program in engineering education; advise graduate students; teach graduate and undergraduate courses in engineering education (including but not limited to first-year engineering courses); perform service at the Department, College, University, and professional societies levels; nurture collaborations across the college and campus; and work to achieve departmental, college, and university strategic goals. The Department is charged with developing and sustaining premier research programs and with preparing students to become high-performing professionals in the workplace. Faculty will be expected to further these goals by collegial collaboration and teamwork both within the Department of Engineering Education and with other CEAS departments and other UC Colleges.

 

Qualifications: Successful candidates must hold a Ph.D. degree or foreign equivalent in Engineering Education or a related discipline prior to the effective date of appointment and demonstrate excellent potential to build an independent research program at the forefront of their field (evidenced by grantsmanship and/or published refereed journal/conference papers, commensurate with rank), as well as potential to educate and mentor students (evidenced by prior experience in supervising undergraduate and/or graduate students, commensurate with rank).

 

The University of Cincinnati is a major research university in an urban and diverse community. UC and its affiliates earned just over $424 million in FY2018 research funding. The university boasts a student body of over 45,000 enrolled in over 370 programs of study and is the region’s largest employer with over 15,000 faculty, staff and student workers. Additional information about the department, college and university can be found at https://ceas.uc.edu/academics/departments/engineering-education.html. Please submit applications online at http://jobs.uc.edu (Requisition #37248). Your application should include: 1) a brief cover letter, 2) curriculum vitae, 3) teaching philosophy and plans for teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, 4) research agenda including funding possibilities, and 5) names, titles, and contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion statement. The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer / M / F / Veteran /

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9.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Director of Learning Sciences Research at Georgia Tech

The Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering seeks a Director of Learning Sciences Research who has a strong interest in solving learning challenges in higher education.  This new position will focus on creating a design studies approach to further the continuous improvement of the department’s inclusive pedagogical approaches.  The successful candidate will work in collaboration with our faculty, students, and other stakeholders to create and evaluate learning interventions that will foster students’ inclusive leadership skills and promote their learning and success.

 

This is a full-time, 12-month non-tenure track academic professional faculty position with a combination of teaching (no more than one course per term), research on the scholarship of teaching and learning, and administrative responsibilities. Administrative responsibilities, representing roughly half the total responsibilities, will be primarily focused on the undergraduate programs with some synergistic activities that cut across both the graduate and undergraduate programs.

 

For more information about the position, please see http://pwp.gatech.edu/ledoux/99-2/.

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10.  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Faculty Position in Construction Management at Michigan Tech

Michigan Technological University invites applications for a tenured/tenure-track faculty or professor of practice position in construction management and engineering.  The position will be in the Construction Management Program, under both the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and the School of Business and Economics.  Our goal is to attract creative world-class faculty to enrich the educational and research experience of our bright, motivated, and adventurous students. The University is known for its collegial scholarly environment.  The program has strong interaction between students and faculty creating a close-knit community.

Michigan Tech is building a culturally diverse faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment and strongly encourages applications from women, veterans, differently-abled individuals, people from all races/ethnicities, multicultural individuals, and all other intersectionalities.

For a full job description, please visit https://www.jobs.mtu.edu/postings/8184

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1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv
2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Engineering Education at Utah State University
3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS: IMMEDIATE openings for an Assistant Director of the Learning Assistant Program and a Postdoctoral Fellow at FIU
4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Director, Teaching Innovation and Educational Design, McKelvey Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis
5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate professor/senior lecturer in Engineering Education Research, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Engineering, Wake Forest University
7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Vertically Integrated Projects Manager, Undergraduate Academics, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
8. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference
9. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Bucknell Summer Teaching Workshop for Engineering Faculty and Graduate Students
10. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: The Evidence-Based Introduction to Teaching (EBIT)
11. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Survey to bridge the researcher-practitioner divide
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1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv

To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions. Email all of this information to Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month. Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

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2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Engineering Education at Utah State University

The Department of Engineering Education (https://engineering.usu.edu/eed/) at Utah State University is seeking applications for one or two tenure-track assistant professor positions in engineering education, starting August 1, 2020. Candidates must have earned a doctorate in an engineering discipline, engineering education, cognitive science, education, or psychology by the start of the appointment. Candidates must have a B.S. and M.S. in an engineering discipline. Candidates must have ability to teach foundational undergraduate engineering mechanics courses, such as strength of materials, statics, and dynamics. The ideal candidates are expected to demonstrate potential to develop a strong and externally-funded research program in engineering education, a track record of peer-reviewed publications, potential or record of teaching competency at both graduate and undergraduate levels, and evidence of professional leadership skills.

Interested applicants should apply online via https://careers-usu.icims.com/jobs/1485/assistant-professor/job. The application should include: 1) cover letter; 2) curriculum vitae; 3) research statement describing the primary research areas and potential funding sources the applicant will target; 4) teaching statement describing teaching philosophy as well as undergraduate and graduate courses the applicant is capable of teaching; and 5) names, titles, phone number, and email addresses of three professional references. The review of applications will start the beginning of November 2019 and will remain open until the positions are filled. For inquiries, please contact the Search Committee Chair, Dr. Oenardi Lawanto, at (435) 797-8699 or olawanto@usu.edu.

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3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS: IMMEDIATE openings for an Assistant Director of the Learning Assistant Program and a Postdoctoral Fellow at FIU

Florida International University’s STEM Transformation Institute has immediate openings for an Assistant Director of the Learning Assistant Program and for a Postdoctoral Fellow. Florida International University is a Carnegie R1 public research university with 54,000 students who mostly come from traditionally underrepresented groups. Located in Miami, Florida, FIU leverages the multinational and multilingual strength of our students to create an inclusive and equitable future. The STEM Transformation Institute mission is to promote active learning and supports more than 7,500 undergraduate STEM majors through a multidisciplinary collaboration across the university. Together we develop research-based education practices which effectively produce substantial increases in the number of well-prepared STEM professionals, including teachers, entering the workforce. The Learning Assistant Program is housed in the STEM Transformation institute and provides an institutional change mechanism that focuses on the implementation of evidence-based STEM instruction. The LA Program serves more than 10,000 students a semester and supports faculty across disciplines in STEM and beyond. Please explore stem.fiu.edu for more information and contact Program Director, Dr. Hagit Kornreich-Leshem, directly at hkornrei@fiu.edu or email stemti@fiu.edu with any inquiries. Applications (see Job Opening ID 517353 at facultycareers.fiu.edu) should include a cover letter and curriculum vitae as a single pdf file. Candidates will be requested to provide names and contact information for at least three references. Applications will be reviewed until position is filled.

Assistant Director of the Learning Assistant Program will be involved in all aspects of the LA Program, working closely with undergraduate students, faculty and university administrators. Primary responsibilities include facilitating adoption of the LA model with new faculty and emergent disciplines, including working with faculty and departments to redesign courses to enable best practices in LA-supported courses. Other responsibilities may include program management, faculty development. teaching and/or assessment and research. This is a full time 12-month position, starting as a 1-year postdoctoral fellowship with a path to a permanent position with the LA program. Required background includes: A doctorate in science, mathematics, engineering or science/mathematics/engineering education; Minimum 3-years academic experience in teaching and/or managing programs directly related to course transformation and/or implementation of evidence-based STEM Instruction; Very strong oral and written communication skills. Additionally, preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate: Experience in faculty development and/or supporting implementation of active learning/student-centered pedagogies; Knowledge of recent advances in science, mathematics and/or engineering teaching and learning and/or discipline-based education research (DBER); Experience working in highly collaborative environments.

Postdoctoral scholars who are interested in STEM education research, institutional change and Learning Assistants (LAs). Based upon their interest, fellows will be involved in program management, faculty development and/or assessment and research. This fellowship provides an excellent exposure to Higher Ed practices and management as well as to faculty development. When applying, please mention one or more of the categories of interest: (1) Faculty development; (2) Higher Education Management; (3) Research and Assessment of active learning classrooms

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4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Director, Teaching Innovation and Educational Design, McKelvey Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis.

The James McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis is seeking to hire a Director of Teaching Innovation and Educational Design. The Director will design, direct and coordinate with McKelvey Engineering academic departments, and other support units within the engineering school and across campus, excellent and innovative educational practices to improve the learning experience and educational outcomes for undergraduate students. Key areas of focus include: (1) work with Vice Dean for Education to ensure the undergraduate experience in McKelvey Engineering is relevant, modern, and achieves the strategic goals for undergraduate education in engineering; (2) identify opportunities and conduct training/consultations to drive innovative teaching practices, as informed by the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL), including the leveraging of digital content to make instruction both more compelling and effective; (3) develop and implement programs to evaluate teaching effectiveness and onboard new instructors; (4) coordinate with industry and faculty to provide project-based learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom; and (5) provide guidance and expertise to departments in reviewing and revising curriculum. The Director will supervise Engineering Education Specialists who will work closely with department faculty to implement teaching innovations.

For more details, including how to apply, see https://jobs.wustl.edu/, job ID 43831.

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5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate professor/senior lecturer in Engineering Education Research, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Chalmers University of Technology (located in Gothenburg, Sweden) has an open position as associate professor/senior lecturer in engineering education research. The position is a full-time tenure appointment. The position will be placed at the Division of Engineering Education Research, EER, at the Department of Communication and Learning in Science, CLS.

The department has a strong focus on education and teaching at different levels. At the same time CLS is in the process of building and developing a solid research environment. Engineering education research is an area that is under strong development at Chalmers. The EER division develops and provides courses and support in the area of teaching and learning in higher education as well as contributing to Chalmers upper secondary school STEM teacher education. A strong guiding principle for activities at the division, and the department, is the contribution to and support for an infrastructure for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, SoTL, at Chalmers. We now seek candidates with a strong interest and documented background in engineering education research and development who can contribute to the division’s teaching activities and the research environment at EER and CLS with a focus on enhanced student learning in higher education and the required faculty development.

Please see the posting for more details and how to apply: https://www.chalmers.se/en/about-chalmers/Working-at-Chalmers/Vacancies/Pages/default.aspx?rmpage=job&rmjob=7456&rmlang=UK

Application deadline: 12 August, 2019. For questions, please contact Malin Kjellberg, head of division, EER, Email: malin.kjellberg@chalmers.se

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6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Engineering, Wake Forest University

The new Department of Engineering at Wake Forest University invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow to begin in the fall semester of 2019 and support innovative approaches to curriculum design, assessment of student learning and program outcomes, character education, accreditation efforts, and possibly contribute to teaching. Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in engineering education, assessment and measurement, learning sciences, psychology, STEM education, or other related fields. The successful candidate will diversify our team and will provide significant contributions in support of our students’ development as engineers. We seek a colleague who is excited about helping us build a new program that embodies the values of empowerment, integrity, inclusion, compassion, growth, and joy in every layer of our fabric. Further information is available at college.wfu.edu/engineering/. The new Department of Engineering is part of the undergraduate College, which prides itself in realizing the university motto of Pro Humanitate (For Humanity) through its commitment to the engaged liberal arts.

Who We Are – Wake Forest University (WFU), a top-30 nationally ranked university located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, welcomed its inaugural class of engineering students in August 2017. As a collegiate university, WFU combines the tradition and intimacy of a small liberal arts college with the innovation and vitality of a research university. The Department of Engineering is the anchor program at the new Wake Downtown campus, located in WFU’s Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem. Wake Downtown is a splendid canvas upon which to design and build a world-renowned engineering program. In the nation, we are the only BS Engineering program (with undergraduate students only), grounded in the liberal arts at a research university. This unique combination not only defines who we are, but defines our unique characteristics. Our students will graduate with a BS in Engineering and have an exemplary undergraduate experience infused with the liberal arts. We strive to be a leader in undergraduate education with primary motivations being: innovation in the curriculum, effective learning methods, and an authentic liberal arts curriculum to educate the whole person, featuring a project-based curriculum that emphasizes creative design and community partnerships. As of August 2019, the department will have 10 faculty and 200+ students (42% female and 20% minority). Our vision for our engineering students is to help them become (a) leaders and agents of change embodying the WFU motto of Pro Humanitate (for humanity), (b) active seekers and creators of knowledge, (c) empowered with the engineering fundamentals but also strengthened with the breadth of an exceptional liberal arts education, (d) adaptive experts who recognize the strengths and limits of her/his knowledge and her/his team, (e) innovators by embracing inclusion, diversity, and equity, and (f) fearless in the face of complex problems.

Who We Want & What To Submit – We are seeking a colleague who shares this vision, who embodies the same attributes we desire in our students, and who wants to contribute to an educational environment that emphasizes excellence in engineering, creative design and problem solving, and broad societal impact. The ideal postdoctoral fellow will: (1) support the department’s curriculum and program design, (2) contribute to teaching, (3) implement well-grounded assessment methods to monitor mastery of student learning and achievement of program outcomes, (4) support other accreditation efforts, (5) support our efforts around character education in engineering education, and (6) help us disseminate our curricular innovations via scholarly artifacts. The application should include the following: (1) a cover letter that addresses the applicant’s motivation, personal values in alignment with the department values, and vision for helping us build a modern, interdisciplinary engineering program with specifics around the unique contributions she/he can make to our program; (2) a CV, and (3) a list of 3-5 references. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Inquiries about the position and applications should be submitted to Dr. Olga Pierrakos (Professor and Founding Chair, Department of Engineering) pierrao@wfu.edu.

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7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Vertically Integrated Projects Manager, Undergraduate Academics, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Position Summary: The Project Manager will provide operational support to the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program in the Undergraduate Academics Office. This position will facilitate the various actions required to successfully offer and conduct the Vertically Integrated Project Programs. The Project Manager will spearhead the development, coordination, and execution of student teams working on faculty research and innovation projects within the Vertically Integrated Projects Program. The manager will direct all aspects of analysis, evaluation, and educational outcomes for the VIP Program including student recruitment, applications, admission, enrollment, student success, diversity, graduation, retention, and job placement. The VIP Manager will also support program development, expansion, collaborations, events management, funding, and outreach. For any questions about this position, please contact the NYU VIP Director, Jack Bringardner at jack.bringardner@nyu.edu. Learn more and apply here: https://uscareers-nyu.icims.com/jobs/6177/vertically-integrated-projects-manager/job

About the NYU Vertically Integrated Projects Program: Vertically Integrated Projects are one-credit hour courses that offer students the opportunity to work on faculty research and innovation projects for curricular credit. VIP teams are also made up of 5-40 students of all undergraduate academic ranks & disciplines and organized into a professional management structure. Students enroll in the one to three credits for at least three semesters and up to six. The long term engagement on the project allows students to grow into leader and mentor roles and ideally create a sustainable cycle of students, as 3rd and 4th year students train new 1st and 2nd year students. This experiential learning opportunity enables students to build a portfolio of projects that will help them to secure jobs. Faculty and graduate students benefit from student work and a broader impact of their research and education efforts, while students gain additional project experience, leadership opportunities, and teamwork skills. More information on the NYU Vertically Integrated Projects Program can be found here: http://vip.engineering.nyu.edu

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8. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference

As you are making your summer plans, don’t forget to include the First Year Engineering Experience Conference sponsored by FPD. The 2019 conference will take place July 28-30 at Penn State in University Park PA. This year the conference will have a special focus on Diversity and Inclusion; keynote speakers are Dr. Justin Schwartz, Dean of the Penn State College of Engineering and Dr. Walter Lee, Virginia Tech. Early registration closes July 5. Group rates at the Penn Stater Hotel are available through June 26th. Additional information is available on the conference website https://sites.asee.org/fyee/. Make plans to join us for this fun and fruitful conference focused on First Year Engineering Students and Programs!

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9. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Bucknell Summer Teaching Workshop for Engineering Faculty and Graduate Students

Faculty Workshop: How to Engineer Engineering Education July 17-19, 2019 at Bucknell University

For the 18th consecutive year, faculty from Bucknell University are proud to offer this hands on teaching workshop. The intended audience is engineering faculty and prospective faculty (including graduate students) who want to use research-driven strategies that reduce course preparation time, make classes more engaging and increase student learning.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Workshop Fee and Meals: $850 (NOTE: Workshop fee is non-refundable after May 30.) On Campus Room ($150 for 3 nights) is available but optional
APPLY ON-LINE @ http://www.bucknell.edu/Catalyst: Applicants are accepted on a first come, first served basis and will generally be notified of their status shortly after their application is received.

QUESTIONS: Contact Professor Michael Prince, Telephone: 570.577.1781 E-mail: prince@bucknell.edu

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10. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: The Evidence-Based Introduction to Teaching (EBIT)

We have a workshop coming up at CU Boulder in late July that may be of interest to post docs, scientists and new faculty in any STEM discipline, particularly those interested in a future path in academia. I’m hoping you can help me advertise it since this is a tricky audience to reach.

The Evidence-Based Introduction to Teaching (EBIT) is a one-week student-centered learning experience where post-docs and new faculty develop curricula for STEM college classrooms using evidence-based teaching methods. Participants apply research principles of design, build, test and iterate to specific course curriculum development. Relevant literature on evidence-based teaching techniques will be highlighted.

The workshop will be July 29 – August 2 this year, from 12:30 to 4:30 pm each day, at the University of Colorado Boulder. The workshop has a nominal registration fee of $50. For more information, please visit http://www.cirtlcu.org/stripe/what-is-ebit-stripe/ .

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11. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Survey to bridge the researcher-practitioner divide

Existing studies suggest that researchers and practitioners view the role of research in education differently; and this difference partly explains the disconnect between research and practice. Though reasonable argued, this idea has not been empirically investigated. In an effort to take steps toward bridging this gap between research and practice in engineering education, a survey was developed to test this idea (http://tinyurl.com/y3xkqjjz). Complete this brief survey today and enter for a chance to win a $25 gift card. Feel free to contact Drs. Jeremi London (jslondon@vt.edu) or Bev Watford (deuce@vt.edu) if you have questions.
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Sarah E. Zappe, Ph.D.
Director of Assessment and Instructional Support
Research Professor
Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education
Penn State University
201 Hammond Building
University Park, PA 16802
814-865-4016


Received June 15, 2019 from Dr. Holly M. Matusovich at Virginia Tech

  1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv
  2. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: AFG Winners
  3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS: IMMEDIATE openings for an Assistant Director of the Learning Assistant Program and a Postdoctoral Fellow at FIU
  4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Director, Teaching Innovation and Educational Design, McKelvey Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis
  5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate professor/senior lecturer in Engineering Education Research, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
  6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Engineering, Wake Forest University
  7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:   Vertically Integrated Projects Manager, Undergraduate Academics, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
  8. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference
  9. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Study
  10. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Bucknell Summer Teaching Workshop for Engineering Faculty and Graduate Students
  11. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: The Evidence-Based Introduction to Teaching (EBIT)

 

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To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

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  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: AFG Winners

 

AFG Winners:  This year, we had a very competitive pool of applicants to the Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) program.  We had 19 applications submitted and were grateful to have many of you serve as reviewers for those applications.  Based on those reviews, we are now pleased to announce that there are three fantastic recipients of the 2019 AFG awards:  Natascha Buswell, Carmen Lilley, and Leroy Long III.  Please join us in congratulating our winners.  They’ll be at the Brouhaha on Tuesday evening during this year’s conference — we hope you’ll take a minute to introduce yourself there and get to know them a bit.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS: IMMEDIATE openings for an Assistant Director of the Learning Assistant Program and a Postdoctoral Fellow at FIU

 

Florida International University’s STEM Transformation Institute has immediate openings for an Assistant Director of the Learning Assistant Program and for a Postdoctoral Fellow. Florida International University is a Carnegie R1 public research university with 54,000 students who mostly come from traditionally underrepresented groups. Located in Miami, Florida, FIU leverages the multinational and multilingual strength of our students to create an inclusive and equitable future. The STEM Transformation Institute mission is to promote active learning and supports more than 7,500 undergraduate STEM majors through a multidisciplinary collaboration across the university. Together we develop research-based education practices which effectively produce substantial increases in the number of well-prepared STEM professionals, including teachers, entering the workforce. The Learning Assistant Program is housed in the STEM Transformation institute and provides an institutional change mechanism that focuses on the implementation of evidence-based STEM instruction. The LA Program serves more than 10,000 students a semester and supports faculty across disciplines in STEM and beyond. Please explore stem.fiu.edu for more information and contact Program Director, Dr. Hagit Kornreich-Leshem, directly at hkornrei@fiu.edu or email stemti@fiu.edu with any inquiries. Applications (see Job Opening ID 517353 at facultycareers.fiu.edu) should include a cover letter and curriculum vitae as a single pdf file. Candidates will be requested to provide names and contact information for at least three references. Applications will be reviewed until position is filled.

 

Assistant Director of the Learning Assistant Program will be involved in all aspects of the LA Program, working closely with undergraduate students, faculty and university administrators. Primary responsibilities include facilitating adoption of the LA model with new faculty and emergent disciplines, including working with faculty and departments to redesign courses to enable best practices in LA-supported courses. Other responsibilities may include program management, faculty development. teaching and/or assessment and research. This is a full time 12-month position, starting as a 1-year postdoctoral fellowship with a path to a permanent position with the LA program.  Required background includes: A doctorate in science, mathematics, engineering or science/mathematics/engineering education; Minimum 3-years academic experience in teaching and/or managing programs directly related to course transformation and/or implementation of evidence-based STEM Instruction; Very strong oral and written communication skills.Additionally, preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate: Experience in faculty development and/or supporting implementation of active learning/student-centered pedagogies; Knowledge of recent advances in science, mathematics and/or engineering teaching and learning and/or discipline-based education research (DBER); Experience working in highly collaborative environments.

 

Postdoctoral scholars who are interested in STEM education research, institutional change and Learning Assistants (LAs). Based upon their interest, fellows will be involved in program management, faculty development and/or assessment and research. This fellowship provides an excellent exposure to Higher Ed practices and management as well as to faculty development. When applying, please mention one or more of the categories of interest: (1) Faculty development; (2) Higher Education Management; (3) Research and Assessment of active learning classrooms

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:   Director, Teaching Innovation and Educational Design, McKelvey Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis.

 

The James McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis is seeking to hire a Director of Teaching Innovation and Educational Design.  The Director will design, direct and coordinate with McKelvey Engineering academic departments, and other support units within the engineering school and across campus, excellent and innovative educational practices to improve the learning experience and educational outcomes for undergraduate students.  Key areas of focus include: (1) work with Vice Dean for Education to ensure the undergraduate experience in McKelvey Engineering is relevant, modern, and achieves the strategic goals for undergraduate education in engineering; (2) identify opportunities and conduct training/consultations to drive innovative teaching practices, as informed by the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL), including the leveraging of digital content to make instruction both more compelling and effective; (3) develop and implement programs to evaluate teaching effectiveness and onboard new instructors; (4) coordinate with industry and faculty to provide project-based learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom; and (5) provide guidance and expertise to departments in reviewing and revising curriculum.  The Director will supervise Engineering Education Specialists who will work closely with department faculty to implement teaching innovations.

 

For more details, including how to apply, see https://jobs.wustl.edu/, job ID 43831.
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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate professor/senior lecturer in Engineering Education Research, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

 

Chalmers University of Technology (located in Gothenburg, Sweden) has an open position as associate professor/senior lecturer in engineering education research. The position is a full-time tenure appointment. The position will be placed at the Division of Engineering Education Research, EER, at the Department of Communication and Learning in Science, CLS.

The department has a strong focus on education and teaching at different levels. At the same time CLS is in the process of building and developing a solid research environment. Engineering education research is an area that is under strong development at Chalmers. The EER division develops and provides courses and support in the area of teaching and learning in higher education as well as contributing to Chalmers upper secondary school STEM teacher education. A strong guiding principle for activities at the division, and the department, is the contribution to and support for an infrastructure for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, SoTL, at Chalmers.  We now seek candidates with a strong interest and documented background in engineering education research and development who can contribute to the division’s teaching activities and the research environment at EER and CLS with a focus on enhanced student learning in higher education and the required faculty development.

Please see the posting for more details and how to apply: https://www.chalmers.se/en/about-chalmers/Working-at-Chalmers/Vacancies/Pages/default.aspx?rmpage=job&rmjob=7456&rmlang=UK

 

Application deadline: 12 August, 2019.  For questions, please contact Malin Kjellberg, head of division, EER, Email: malin.kjellberg@chalmers.se

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Engineering, Wake Forest University

The new Department of Engineering at Wake Forest University invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow to begin in the fall semester of 2019 and support innovative approaches to curriculum design, assessment of student learning and program outcomes, character education, accreditation efforts, and possibly contribute to teaching. Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in engineering education, assessment and measurement, learning sciences, psychology, STEM education, or other related fields. The successful candidate will diversify our team and will provide significant contributions in support of our students’ development as engineers. We seek a colleague who is excited about helping us build a new program that embodies the values of empowerment, integrity, inclusion, compassion, growth, and joy in every layer of our fabric. Further information is available at college.wfu.edu/engineering/. The new Department of Engineering is part of the undergraduate College, which prides itself in realizing the university motto of Pro Humanitate(For Humanity) through its commitment to the engaged liberal arts.

 

Who We Are – Wake Forest University (WFU), a top-30 nationally ranked university located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, welcomed its inaugural class of engineering students in August 2017. As a collegiate university, WFU combines the tradition and intimacy of a small liberal arts college with the innovation and vitality of a research university.  The Department of Engineering is the anchor program at the new Wake Downtown campus, located in WFU’s Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem. Wake Downtown is a splendid canvas upon which to design and build a world-renowned engineering program.  In the nation, we are the only BS Engineering program (with undergraduate students only), grounded in the liberal arts at a research university. This unique combination not only defines who we are, but defines our unique characteristics.  Our students will graduate with a BS in Engineering and have an exemplary undergraduate experience infused with the liberal arts. We strive to be a leader in undergraduate education with primary motivations being: innovation in the curriculum, effective learning methods, and an authentic liberal arts curriculum to educate the whole person, featuring a project-based curriculum that emphasizes creative design and community partnerships.  As of August 2019, the department will have 10 faculty and 200+ students (42% female and 20% minority). Our vision for our engineering students is to help them become (a) leaders and agents of change embodying the WFU motto of Pro Humanitate (for humanity), (b) active seekers and creators of knowledge, (c) empowered with the engineering fundamentals but also strengthened with the breadth of an exceptional liberal arts education, (d) adaptive experts who recognize the strengths and limits of her/his knowledge and her/his team, (e) innovators by embracing inclusion, diversity, and equity, and (f) fearless in the face of complex problems.

 

Who We Want & What To Submit – We are seeking a colleague who shares this vision, who embodies the same attributes we desire in our students, and who wants to contribute to an educational environment that emphasizes excellence in engineering, creative design and problem solving, and broad societal impact. The ideal postdoctoral fellow will: (1) support the department’s curriculum and program design, (2) contribute to teaching, (3) implement well-grounded assessment methods to monitor mastery of student learning and achievement of program outcomes, (4) support other accreditation efforts, (5) support our efforts around character education in engineering education, and (6) help us disseminate our curricular innovations via scholarly artifacts. The application should include the following: (1) a cover letter that addresses the applicant’s motivation, personal values in alignment with the department values, and vision for helping us build a modern, interdisciplinary engineering program with specifics around the unique contributions she/he can make to our program; (2) a CV, and (3) a list of 3-5 references. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Inquiries about the position and applications should be submitted to Dr. Olga Pierrakos (Professor and Founding Chair, Department of Engineering) pierrao@wfu.edu.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:   Vertically Integrated Projects Manager, Undergraduate Academics, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

 

Position Summary: The Project Manager will provide operational support to the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program in the Undergraduate Academics Office. This position will facilitate the various actions required to successfully offer and conduct the Vertically Integrated Project Programs. The Project Manager will spearhead the development, coordination, and execution of student teams working on faculty research and innovation projects within the Vertically Integrated Projects Program. The manager will direct all aspects of analysis, evaluation, and educational outcomes for the VIP Program including student recruitment, applications, admission, enrollment, student success, diversity, graduation, retention, and job placement. The VIP Manager will also support program development, expansion, collaborations, events management, funding, and outreach. For any questions about this position, please contact the NYU VIP Director, Jack Bringardner at jack.bringardner@nyu.edu. Learn more and apply here: https://uscareers-nyu.icims.com/jobs/6177/vertically-integrated-projects-manager/job

About the NYU Vertically Integrated Projects Program:  Vertically Integrated Projects are one-credit hour courses that offer students the opportunity to work on faculty research and innovation projects for curricular credit. VIP teams are also made up of 5-40 students of all undergraduate academic ranks & disciplines and organized into a professional management structure. Students enroll in the one to three credits for at least three semesters and up to six. The long term engagement on the project allows students to grow into leader and mentor roles and ideally create a sustainable cycle of students, as 3rd and 4th year students train new 1st and 2nd year students. This experiential learning opportunity enables students to build a portfolio of projects that will help them to secure jobs. Faculty and graduate students benefit from student work and a broader impact of their research and education efforts, while students gain additional project experience, leadership opportunities, and teamwork skills. More information on the NYU Vertically Integrated Projects Program can be found here: http://vip.engineering.nyu.edu

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference

As you are making your summer plans, don’t forget to include the First Year Engineering Experience Conference sponsored by FPD. The 2019 conference will take place July 28-30 at Penn State in University Park PA. This year the conference will have a special focus on Diversity and Inclusion; keynote speakers are Dr. Justin Schwartz, Dean of the Penn State College of Engineering and Dr. Walter Lee, Virginia Tech. Early registration closes July 5. Group rates at the Penn Stater Hotel are available through June 26th. Additional information is available on the conference website https://sites.asee.org/fyee/. Make plans to join us for this fun and fruitful conference focused on First Year Engineering Students and Programs!

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Study

 

What do thriving undergraduate engineering students look like? We are seeking volunteers who have experience teaching, supporting, advising, mentoring, or working directly with undergraduate engineering students. Only people like you can provide the information needed for this study, and the results will be published as part of my dissertation research.
The purpose of this study is to determine a consensus model of thriving for undergraduate engineering students. To achieve a consensus, the survey will be administered for up to four rounds between June and September 2019.  Each round will take approximately 15-25 minutes to complete.
I value your input and would be very grateful if you could take some time to complete this first survey (https://tinyurl.com/ASEE19thriveby Monday, July 1. Please note that participation in this study is completely voluntary. Your responses have the potential to help many students and improve the future of engineering education.   Please email Julianna Ge at ge45@purdue.edu if you would like more information or have questions about the study.

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Bucknell Summer Teaching Workshop for Engineering Faculty and Graduate Students

Faculty Workshop:  How to Engineer Engineering Education July 17-19, 2019 at Bucknell University

For the 18th consecutive year, faculty from Bucknell University are proud to offer this hands on teaching workshop.  The intended audience is engineering faculty and prospective faculty (including graduate students) who want to use research-driven strategies that reduce course preparation time, make classes more engaging and increase student learning.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Workshop Fee and Meals:  $850   (NOTE:  Workshop fee is non-refundable after May 30.)    On Campus Room ($150 for 3 nights) is available but optional

APPLY ON-LINE  @ www.bucknell.edu/Catalyst:  Applicants are accepted on a first come, first served basis and will generally be notified of their status shortly after their application is received.

QUESTIONS:  Contact Professor Michael Prince, Telephone: 570.577.1781   E-mail: prince@bucknell.edu

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: The Evidence-Based Introduction to Teaching (EBIT)

We have a workshop coming up at CU Boulder in late July that may be of interest to post docs, scientists and new faculty in any STEM discipline, particularly those interested in a future path in academia. I’m hoping you can help me advertise it since this is a tricky audience to reach.

 

The Evidence-Based Introduction to Teaching (EBIT) is a one-week student-centered learning experience where post-docs and new faculty develop curricula for STEM college classrooms using evidence-based teaching methods. Participants apply research principles of design, build, test and iterate to specific course curriculum development. Relevant literature on evidence-based teaching techniques will be highlighted.

 

The workshop will be July 29 – August 2 this year, from 12:30 to 4:30 pm each day, at the University of Colorado Boulder. The workshop has a nominal registration fee of $50. For more information, please visit http://www.cirtlcu.org/stripe/what-is-ebit-stripe/ .

 

 

 

Holly M. Matusovich, PhD

Associate Professor

Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Programs

Engineering Education

Virginia Tech

355 Goodwin Hall

matushm@vt.edu


Received May 3, 2019 from Dr. Holly M. Matusovich at Virginia Tech

  1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv
  2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Senior Director of Academic Programs, University of Washington’s College of Engineering
  3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Lecturer (temporary faculty) for the Environmental Resources Engineering Department at Humboldt State University
  4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
  5. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Collaborative peer mentoring unconference
  6. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE Chairs Conclave

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To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to matushm@vt.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:   Senior Director of Academic Programs, University of Washington’s College of Engineering

 

The University of Washington’s College of Engineering is hiring a Senior Director of Academic Programs to support the following college goals:

* Providing an educational experience that prepares our students to be leaders

* Increasing diversity, inclusion, and access to foster excellence

* Building interdisciplinary collaborations that inspire innovation

* Creating Industry and Community Partnerships to increase our impact

* Focusing on Key Global Challenges where we can achieve greatest impact and excellence

* Making a significant and visible societal impact For more information, see the posting at <http://bit.ly/2Im9Slq>. This position reports to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (currently Brian Fabien <fabien@uw.edu>).
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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Lecturer (temporary faculty) for the Environmental Resources Engineering Department at Humboldt State University

 

The Environmental Resources Engineering (ERE) Department at Humboldt State University (HSU) is seeking candidates to fill a non-tenure track lecturer (temporary faculty) position to teach introduction to environmental engineering, probability and statistics and life cycle assessment.  The teaching assignment could be flexible to best fit the final candidate’s academic strengths. This is an academic year position that could be extended up to three years. In addition, our department anticipates a tenure track position in the near future, and an excellent temporary faculty member would be very competitive for our tenure track position.  Humboldt State University is the most northern campus of the California State University System and is primarily a teaching institution. The ERE department values high quality and innovative instruction. Our diverse student population include 40% first in family to attend university, half are Pell grant eligible, a third are minoritized students and a third are women. Six of our nine tenure track faculty member members are women. We welcome a colleague who is committed to make a difference in these engineering students’ lives.

The position announcement for JOB #1920-32 can be found at this link. https://hraps.humboldt.edu/sites/default/files/vacancy_announcements/1920-32_ere_fttemp_va_final.pdf

 

This position is open until filled. First consideration will be given to completed applications received no later than April 18, 2019. Early response is encouraged. If you have questions, please contact Elizabeth Eschenbach, Search Committee Chair engineering@humboldt.edu

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (Terre Haute, IN) is currently seeking its next Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs.  Since its founding in 1874, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has stood as a leader in undergraduate science, engineering, and mathematics education combining academic rigor, a supportive environment, faculty members focused on teaching, and a myriad of opportunities for students to apply their learning to real-world problem-solving. Rose-Hulman is seeking a new Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs who will embrace and champion the Institute’s core strengths and legacy and who has the vision and leadership capacity to position Rose-Hulman to expand its reach and brand nationally and internationally. Rose-Hulman invites nominations from forward-thinking, experienced candidates who will lead the academic enterprise in shaping and achieving excellence in its academic mission.  Please contact our search consultant, Paula Fazli (pfazli@comcast.net) for more information.  The position description is posted here:

 

https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=provost&l=Terre%20Haute%2C%20IN&advn=565349563600140&vjk=2cbd5adac2454317

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Collaborative peer mentoring unconference

 

Are you an early-career faculty member, mid-career tenured faculty member, or research staff person who is primarily evaluated on their engineering education research? The PEER Collaborative is a growing community of people in a similar situation who engage in near-peer mentoring about engineering education research topics.

The 2019 PEER Collaborative Unconference is scheduled in parallel with the ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition in Tampa, FL on Thursday, June 20. This free event, uses informal “sessions” to address topics agreed on by participants. Examples of past “sessions” include mentoring graduate students, applying for external funding, building collaborations, and other topics. Specific locations and times are still TBD. A link to register is on the PEER Collaborative website: http://j.mp/PEER2019. If you have questions about the event, please contact Allison Godwin, godwina@purdue.edu.

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: ASEE Chairs Conclave

Sign up for the 2019 ASEE Chairs Conclave (June 16 in Tampa, FL) to connect with engineering and engineering technology department chairs and learn the best practices of successful chairs. At this full-day event, ASEE Past President Joseph Rencis will deliver a keynote on how to impact your leadership legacy as a department chair and beyond. Additional expert speakers will explore topics including leadership skills, department culture, entrepreneurial mindset, and annual faculty evaluations. Learn more and register at https://chairsconclave.org.

 

 

Holly M. Matusovich, PhD

Associate Professor

Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Programs

Engineering Education

Virginia Tech

355 Goodwin Hall

matushm@vt.edu


Announced 3 May 2019 by the REEN governing body I serve with:

The REEN Governing board is excited to announce the hosts for the future 2021 and 2023 Research in Engineering Education Symposia.
REES 2021 will be hosted by the University of Western Australia and held in Perth, Australia. The symposium will take place December 5-8 in conjunction with the Australasian Associate for Engineering Education Conference.
REES 2023 will be hosted by KLE Technological University and held in Hubli, India. Dates to be announced.
We hope you’ll join us for these two events and look forward to seeing you in Cape Town, South Africa from July 10-12 for REES 2019 (www.rees2019.com).
Adam Carberry
REEN Governing Board Chair
Join our mailing list: www.reen.co/join
Become a member and contribute to our LinkedIn Discussion board: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8537067

Received 16 April from Dr. Holly Matocivitch at Virginia Tech:

  1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv
  2. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Senior Director of Academic Programs, University of Washington’s College of Engineering
  3. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Chancellor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott
  4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Director for Engineering Education Initiatives at University of Virginia
  5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Lecturer (temporary faculty) for the Environmental Resources Engineering Department at Humboldt State University
  6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
  7. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Collaborative peer mentoring unconference
  8. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Survey about Engineering Education Research Self-Efficacy
  9. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: 2019 Global EPICS Symposium and Workshop
  10. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Bucknell Summer Teaching Workshop for Engineering Faculty and Graduate Students
  11. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Seeking faculty to help test a short survey about student resistance to active learning

 

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  1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv

 

To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to matushm@vt.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:   Senior Director of Academic Programs, University of Washington’s College of Engineering

 

The University of Washington’s College of Engineering is hiring a Senior Director of Academic Programs to support the following college goals:

* Providing an educational experience that prepares our students to be leaders

* Increasing diversity, inclusion, and access to foster excellence

* Building interdisciplinary collaborations that inspire innovation

* Creating Industry and Community Partnerships to increase our impact

* Focusing on Key Global Challenges where we can achieve greatest impact and excellence

* Making a significant and visible societal impact For more information, see the posting at <http://bit.ly/2Im9Slq>. This position reports to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (currently Brian Fabien <fabien@uw.edu>).

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Chancellor, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott

 

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University seeks a dynamic, energetic and progressive leader to serve as Chancellor of its Prescott, Arizona campus. The Chancellor will report directly to President P. Barry Butler and will be responsible for building and motivating an administrative team charged with advancing the strategic goals of the university in the five-year plan introduced in 2018.

 

The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications immediately and will continue to accept applications and nominations until the position is filled. For full consideration, application materials should be received by April 19, 2019, and include a letter of interest that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Profile, a curriculum vitae and five professional references with email addresses and telephone numbers. As this will be a confidential search, references will not be contacted without prior knowledge and approval of candidates. Application materials should be sent electronically to erauchancellor@agbsearch.com. All applications and nominations will be handled in complete confidence. Links to the advertisement can be found here and here. Candidates are encouraged to reach out to the consultants to discuss this opportunity.

Garry Owens, Executive Search Consultant, garry.owens@agbsearch.com / C: 806.239.3049

Kimberly Templeton, Principal, kimberly.templeton@agbsearch.com / O: 202.776.0820 / C: 540.761.9494

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Director for Engineering Education Initiatives at University of Virginia

 

The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE; https://cte.virginia.edu/) at the University of Virginia invites applications for an Assistant Director to be embedded in the School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS; https://engineering.virginia.edu/). The Assistant Director for Engineering Education Initiatives will join an internationally renowned and dynamic educational development center committed to promoting the academic professional excellence of UVA faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate student instructors. The incumbent will simultaneously be embedded in a world-class school of engineering, with cutting-edge research, and a deep commitment to instructional excellence.

The Assistant Director of Engineering Education Initiatives is an Academic General Faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-ineligible). This is a full-time 12 month appointment, with reappointment contingent upon the availability of funds. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. The expected start date is August 2019.

To learn more, visit
https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Assistant-Director-of-Engineering-Education-Initiatives–Academic-General-Faculty-_R0004347

Questions regarding the application process should be directed to Ashley Cochran, Senior Academic Recruiter at alc6dk@virginia.edu. Question about the position should be directed to Michael Palmer, Search Committee Chair at mpalmer@virginia.edu.

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Lecturer (temporary faculty) for the Environmental Resources Engineering Department at Humboldt State University

 

The Environmental Resources Engineering (ERE) Department at Humboldt State University (HSU) is seeking candidates to fill a non-tenure track lecturer (temporary faculty) position to teach introduction to environmental engineering, probability and statistics and life cycle assessment.  The teaching assignment could be flexible to best fit the final candidate’s academic strengths. This is an academic year position that could be extended up to three years. In addition, our department anticipates a tenure track position in the near future, and an excellent temporary faculty member would be very competitive for our tenure track position.  Humboldt State University is the most northern campus of the California State University System and is primarily a teaching institution. The ERE department values high quality and innovative instruction. Our diverse student population include 40% first in family to attend university, half are Pell grant eligible, a third are minoritized students and a third are women. Six of our nine tenure track faculty member members are women. We welcome a colleague who is committed to make a difference in these engineering students’ lives.

The position announcement for JOB #1920-32 can be found at this link. https://hraps.humboldt.edu/sites/default/files/vacancy_announcements/1920-32_ere_fttemp_va_final.pdf

 

This position is open until filled. First consideration will be given to completed applications received no later than April 18, 2019. Early response is encouraged. If you have questions, please contact Elizabeth Eschenbach, Search Committee Chair engineering@humboldt.edu

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (Terre Haute, IN) is currently seeking its next Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs.  Since its founding in 1874, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has stood as a leader in undergraduate science, engineering, and mathematics education combining academic rigor, a supportive environment, faculty members focused on teaching, and a myriad of opportunities for students to apply their learning to real-world problem-solving. Rose-Hulman is seeking a new Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs who will embrace and champion the Institute’s core strengths and legacy and who has the vision and leadership capacity to position Rose-Hulman to expand its reach and brand nationally and internationally. Rose-Hulman invites nominations from forward-thinking, experienced candidates who will lead the academic enterprise in shaping and achieving excellence in its academic mission.  Please contact our search consultant, Paula Fazli (pfazli@comcast.net) for more information.  The position description is posted here:

 

https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=provost&l=Terre%20Haute%2C%20IN&advn=565349563600140&vjk=2cbd5adac2454317

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Collaborative peer mentoring unconference

 

Are you an early-career faculty member, mid-career tenured faculty member, or research staff person who is primarily evaluated on their engineering education research? The PEER Collaborative is a growing community of people in a similar situation who engage in near-peer mentoring about engineering education research topics.

The 2019 PEER Collaborative Unconference is scheduled in parallel with the ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition in Tampa, FL on Thursday, June 20. This free event, uses informal “sessions” to address topics agreed on by participants. Examples of past “sessions” include mentoring graduate students, applying for external funding, building collaborations, and other topics. Specific locations and times are still TBD. A link to register is on the PEER Collaborative website: http://j.mp/PEER2019. If you have questions about the event, please contact Allison Godwin, godwina@purdue.edu.

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Survey about Engineering Education Research Self-Efficacy

 

We would like to invite you to take part in a survey with aim to understand the factors that influence self-efficacy in conducting engineering education research. The survey has been approved by the Arizona State University IRB and should take 5-10 minutes to complete. Participation of both faculty and graduate students involved in engineering education research is welcome. Graduate students who take the survey have the option of being entered into a random drawing to win two $25 Amazon gift cards. The survey can be accessed at: https://asuengineering.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bEg6aOQxBtMLzLL. Responses by 4/4 are appreciated. For questions or concerns, please contact Javeed Kittur at jkittur@asu.edu.

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: 2019 Global EPICS Symposium and Workshop

Co-sponsored by IEEE, hosted by University of South Florida June 12-14, 2019 , in Tampa, FL (before the ASEE conference in Tampa)

The interactive workshop is designed for experienced practitioners and those new to the field (faculty, staff, professionals and students).  The EPICS model is used as a framework for the workshop with sessions and breakouts addressing issues related to how to integrate community-engagement in engineering, technology and computing.  Each participant will leave with a plan to implement at their own institution.

 

More information is found on the registration page:  https://www.conf.purdue.edu/landing_pages/epicsdesign/

Registration Deadline is May 24, 2019

Questions?  Contact Heather Fabries at epics-university@purdue.edu

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Bucknell Summer Teaching Workshop for Engineering Faculty and Graduate Students

Faculty Workshop:  How to Engineer Engineering Education July 17-19, 2019 at Bucknell University

For the 18th consecutive year, faculty from Bucknell University are proud to offer this hands on teaching workshop.  The intended audience is engineering faculty and prospective faculty (including graduate students) who want to use research-driven strategies that reduce course preparation time, make classes more engaging and increase student learning.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Workshop Fee and Meals:  $750 if received before April 30th, $800 if received between May 1- May 30th, and $850 after May 30th.  (NOTE:  Workshop fee is non-refundable after May 30.)    On Campus Room ($150 for 3 nights) is available but optional

APPLY ON-LINE  @ www.bucknell.edu/Catalyst:  Applicants are accepted on a first come, first served basis and will generally be notified of their status shortly after their application is received.

QUESTIONS:  Contact Professor Michael Prince, Telephone: 570.577.1781   E-mail: prince@bucknell.edu

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Seeking faculty to help test a short survey about student resistance to active learning

 

Please help us test a survey about faculty use of strategies to reduce student resistance to active learning! By completing a short survey. If you participate you will be entered in a drawing to win a $500 Amazon gift card. The survey will take less than 15 minutes to complete.

 

You can access the survey at this site: https://oregon.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5tD9p0RM3n01iHH

 

If you have any questions about participating in the survey please email Jenefer Husman at Jhusman@uoregon.edu.

 

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Holly M. Matusovich, PhD

Associate Professor

Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Programs

Engineering Education

Virginia Tech

355 Goodwin Hall

matushm@vt.edu


Received 13 March 2018, from Roger Penlington (Associate Professor, Senior Academic in Engineering Pedagogy at Northumbria University).

The UK and Ireland Engineering Education Research Network is currently accepting abstracts for our next Spring Colloquium at the Technological University Dublin, our first meeting in Ireland. details vis our web page at https://lnkd.in/eweZvt9

Received from ASEE’s Education Research Methods (ERM) division leader Dr. Holly Matusovich at Virginia Tech on 4 March 2019.

Details below the list:

  1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv
  2. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Survey for Graduate Students and Undergraduate Students for ERM
  3. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: ERM Division Faculty Showcase
  4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: University of Portland, Innovation Professor of Practice
  5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Job Posting: Senior Online Editor for Sci/Tech Digital Products, McGraw-Hill
  6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholar- UC Irvine Teaching and Learning Research Center (TLRC) and Education Research Initiative (ERI)
  7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Founding Director and Senior Faculty Positions in Engineering and Computing Education at Florida International University
  8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  MakerSpace Design Specialist at NYU, Tandon School of Engineering
  9. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor Occupational Safety and Health Murray State University
  10. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: PENN State, Director of Engineering Leadership Development Program, School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs
  11. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Ohio State University – Department of Engineering Education, Research Faculty Position in Engineering and/or Computing Education
  12. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate or Full Professor of Electrical Engineering, Irwin Chair of Engineering, Houghton College
  13. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Two positions- Department of Integrated Engineering at Minnesota State University, Mankato
  14. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Non-tenure track Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering and the First Year Engineering Program at the University of Pittsburgh in the Swanson School of Engineering
  15. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Position Opening – Instructional Developer, Saint Louis University
  16. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JIEE: Launch Announcement and Call for Assistant Editors
  17. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Study on Student’s Cognitive Engagement
  18. CALL FOR PAPERS: DEED Student Essay Competition
  19. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: NSF-funded Study on Support for NSF CAREER Award
  20. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: NSF wksp in Reno, June 5-7, Ed researchers sought to collaborate with 2-year colleges

 

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  1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv

 

To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to matushm@vt.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

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  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Survey for Graduate Students and Undergraduate Students for ERM

 

A significant part of ERM’s diversity is their student population. As such, we want to know more about how we are supporting our students, and what we could do better.
We invite any undergraduate or graduate student members of ERM to fill out our 5-minute ERM Student Google Survey by March 18th. We also encourage any faculty to pass this survey on to undergraduate and graduate students who may want to get involved in the division. The survey can be found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScKd_BgNRo3dMAKjAXttcH7-p-yvFvnagDR7K4Eb5QvyAYCtQ/viewform

 

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  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: ERM Division Faculty Showcase

 

ERM has always been diverse community with a variety of research interests and goals. As a division, we have worked over 40 years to improve engineering education by disseminating knowledge of learning and teaching, encouraging efforts to improve instruction, and enhancing the status of university teaching. Underneath these goals, we believe the people in and around the community have been the most important part of making ERM what it is. As such, we believe we should share more of our community with the outside world.

 

What we are looking for: We are seeking faculty and research groups who wish to contribute small, unedited, 60-second videos to a community of practice. These videos will be edited, displayed, and shared, within the ERM community and beyond on a future Youtube page or other medium. This opportunity to share is open to any ERM member, in any faculty or staff position, who wish to share innovative research methods and teaching practices they use related to engineering education.

 

Instructions: First, create your video! Videos should be brief and no more than 60 seconds; contain no background music, transitions, or overlaid text; be stable (not shaky); and be of medium to high-quality in resolution and audio quality (a video camera is preferred but a newer phone or laptop camera will work just fine). Tell us a bit about yourself, your research group (optional) and what you do. Along with your video, please provide the following information: name(s) of those in the video, email address, social media handles (optional), academic or professional affiliations/positions, and a short bio of yourself that describes you and your research. Then, share video clip(s) and other requested information with ERM Director-at-Large’s Justin Major (major5@purdue.edu) and Cory Brozina (scbrozina@ysu.edu) by no later than March 18th. Videos that are too large to email can be uploaded and shared from from cloud-based platforms such as Google Drive or Dropbox, or sent by physical mail (email for the address). Questions about this opportunity should be sent to Justin and Cory.

 

We are seeking volunteers to review applications for this year’s ERM Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) program. The commitment requires reviewing 3 application packages, which will take approximately 30 minutes each. You will be provided specific review criteria and your responses will be collected online. Past award winners and senior engineering education researchers are particularly encouraged to help. With thanks from your ERM AFG committee co-chairs, Jennifer Bekki and Courtney Faber. If you have any questions please contact, Courtney Faber (cfaber2@utk.edu) or Jennifer Bekki (jennifer.bekki@asu.edu). To sign up to be a reviewer, please complete this form by February 16th.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: University of Portland, Innovation Professor of Practice

 

As the University of Portland (UP) strives to integrate innovation across campus, we seek an Innovation Professor of Practice to develop, lead, and teach in a new university-wide undergraduate Innovation (INV) minor beginning August 2019. This is a full-time, 9-month (August-May) position. The INV minor includes the following four courses that are all new for the University: Introduction to Design and Innovation; Empathy, Observational Research, and Human-Centered Design; Making: Sketching and Prototyping; and Collaborative Innovation Practicum. This position will direct the program and envision the minor as a catalyst for campus innovation. They are a builder, collaborator, and innovator who actively contributes to the academic community as they lead cross-disciplinary efforts with students, staff, and faculty. Under the Innovation Professor of Practice’s leadership, students will extensively use the existing University Maker Space while eagerly awaiting the completion of a new 30,000+ square feet Innovation Center designed to significantly increase cross-disciplinary collaboration and external partnerships.

Candidates should have a minimum of a master’s degree in social sciences, arts, engineering, business, or a related field with innovation experience that comes from practice and/or academics and should be qualified to teach at least two of the four required INV courses. We look forward to applications from those at the master’s or doctorate level. Please read more at https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=53245 or email engineering@up.edu with any questions or information about the University of Portland.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Job Posting: Senior Online Editor for Sci/Tech Digital Products, McGraw-Hill

 

This position presents the unique opportunity for someone passionate about engineering education to help shape the future of a rapidly growing digital product from McGraw-Hill. As a leader in the EdTech space, McGraw-Hill offers flexibility and collaboration while creating innovative products that positively impact learning.  The Senior Online editor is directly responsible for developing and executing the content development strategy for AccessEngineering, in conjunction with our engineering editorial team and our faculty advisory board.  In addition, the position provides the opportunity to gain experience in managing digital platforms and products as it is also responsible for managing our Ebook Library product.

 

The position requires strong business, project management, analytical and communication skills.  The senior online editor is responsible for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness and success of projects, including analyzing usage and designing customer feedback initiatives.  The position also has budgeting responsibilities and will be involved in working with sales and marketing to maximize revenue opportunities.  The position is also responsible for managing content development projects to make sure they are delivered on schedule and budget, which requires hiring and managing outside subject matter experts.

 

We are looking for someone with a passion for engineering education.  Candidates should have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and 5 years of related experience in the areas of engineering education, project management, digital content development and/or instructional design.  The position must be based in New York City.  Job posting: http://adtrk.tw/tp/rj6_OH0e_I_K  Any questions, contact: Lauren Sapira, Director, Sci/Tech Digital Products, lauren.sapira@mheducation.com

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholar- UC Irvine Teaching and Learning Research Center (TLRC) and Education Research Initiative (ERI)

 

The UC Irvine Teaching and Learning Research Center (TLRC) and Education Research Initiative (ERI) are looking for a joint Postdoctoral Scholar to carry out discipline-based educational research (DBER) with a variety of UCI faculty studying teaching and learning in higher education. This is a two-year position with a proposed start date of July 1, 2019 (negotiable).

 

The University of California, Irvine has a vibrant and collaborative community of discipline-based education researchers, and STEM educators striving to provide our highly diverse student population with a premier learning experience. The TLRC is housed within the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation (DTEI) and provides assistance to faculty interested in conducting research on their teaching. ERI is a newly funded initiative bringing together researchers across the campus interested in conducting education research and implementing this research into practice. The Postdoctoral Scholar will collaborate with UCI faculty, postdocs, and graduate students on TLRC and ERI projects. Activities will include assisting with designing and implementing research projects, seeking human subjects research approval, developing funding proposals, analyzing data, writing up results for publications and presentations, organizing outreach activities to campus faculty about conducting teaching and learning research, and documenting and sharing information about teaching and learning research on campus.

To Apply: Applications and other required documents should be submitted online at https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/apply/JPF05163.

Please send questions to Natascha Buswell (nbuswell@uci.edu).

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Founding Director and Senior Faculty Positions in Engineering and Computing Education at Florida International University

 

Florida International University (FIU) invites applications and nominations for Senior Faculty positions and the position of Founding Director of the newly formed school dedicated to computer science and engineering education.  This new unit (https://succeed.fiu.edu), which is part of FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing, adapts the engineering education research model established at other universities and is the first engineering education department/school at a minority-serving institution. It will house two new planned degree programs: a Bachelor’s of Science in Interdisciplinary Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Engineering and Computing Education.

Florida International University (FIU) is the fourth largest public university in the United States, and is the nation’s only majority-minority R1 research university.  FIU has a vibrant STEM education research institute, and there are also ample education research opportunities afforded in Dade and Broward counties which host the nation’s largest and 4th largest state colleges and two of the largest public school districts.

More information and link to FIU job site containing the official position description and application: https://cec.fiu.edu/job-ad-cs-engineering-education/  Please feel free to contact Mark Weiss (weiss@fiu.edu) if you have interest, and/or to spread the word to colleagues in other engineering education disciplines.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: MakerSpace Design Specialist at NYU, Tandon School of Engineering

The NYU Tandon School of Engineering (TSoE) MakerSpace is seeking a MakerSpace Design Specialist to support and develop project-based learning opportunities. NYU-TSoE is planning to enhance the experiential learning component across all disciplines of engineering and the MakerSpace is expected to play a pivotal role in realizing these opportunities. This position will report to the Manager and assist in growth of design thinking and design process learning. They will develop new workshops, lead Design Lab programming, and work 11AM – 7PM in the MakerSpace. This position will also coordinate outreach events such as hackathons and work closely with the Manager to assess extracurricular learning and peer-led instruction in the space.

The MakerSpace Design Specialist will oversee and develop industry partnerships with tech and engineering companies around the region. This position will assist the Manager in investigating potential funding opportunities for student projects and materials and lead promotion of all Design Lab activities. Learn more and apply here: https://uscareers-nyu.icims.com/jobs/5565/makerspace-design-specialist-i/job

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor Occupational Safety and Health Murray State University

The Department of Occupational Safety and Health, Murray State University is seeking to fill a full-time, nine-month, tenure track position. Review of applicants to begin March 25, 2019.

Responsibilities: Teaching and research/scholarship in the occupational safety and health program and university service. Related duties include recruitment and advisement of students, curriculum development, grant writing, and interaction with local industry.  Required Qualifications: Doctorate in environmental, health, and safety or related field required. Candidate must be qualified to teach undergraduate and graduate level coursework in environmental, health, and safety such as air and water pollution fundamentals and engineering controls, environmental regulations, and auditing/management systems. Good oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills are essential to the successful candidate. Preferred Qualifications: Professional certifications are desirable. Experience in higher education, industrial training, and online teaching experience is desirable. Candidates with experience in environmental management are preferred.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Murray State University is an equal education and employment opportunity, M/F/D, AA employer.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

To apply please visit: http://www.murraystatejobs.com/postings/8458

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: PENN State, Director of Engineering Leadership Development Program, School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs

 

Penn State’s College of Engineering is seeking a highly qualified individual to lead its Engineering Leadership Development (ELD) Program. The ELD Program, housed within the College of Engineering’s School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs, is one of the pioneers in the field of Engineering Leadership Development with over 23 years as an 18-credit undergraduate minor. More recently, the program has expanded to include on-line offerings of the undergraduate engineering leadership courses, a Master of Engineering in Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management (ELIM), and residential and on-line graduate certificate and minor in ELIM. Elements of the ELIM graduate program will be extended to a proposed on-line Doctor of Engineering degree incorporating both technical courses and applied research, as well as professional skills development.

 

The successful candidate should exhibit a drive to develop the next generation of engineering leaders, develop innovative educational programs, a willingness to critically examine programs, and to develop collaborations with companies and organizations that hire our students. The Director is expected to work with the College’s development office to secure funding sources to expand the impact of the program beyond its current scope. The Director will lead a team of two Associate Directors, an Assistant Research Professor, a full-time and several part-time instructors, and an Administrative Assistant. Additional faculty may be added as the program continues to grow. The Director is expected to establish a strong record of research and engaged scholarship as well as teach and advise students. In addition, the Director should form collaborations within SEDTAPP’s other vibrant programs (seehttps://www.sedtapp.psu.edu/); the College of Engineering; other colleges, campuses and institutes at Penn State; and partner with other University entities to leverage a broad base of cooperation. Further, the Director should form collaborations with other university and engineering leadership programs found within industry, both in the U.S. and beyond.

 

The candidate should have a minimum of ten years of successful management experience within an engineering organization, proven experience in teaching engineering or leadership topics at the university level or equivalent, and trained in or qualified to train personal development topics such as effective writing and presentations, assessment, engineering design, and critical analysis. In addition, candidates should possess superior communication skills and have demonstrated experience in engaging students in curricular and co-curricular activities and in seeking and securing external funding. A proven record of directing and publishing high impact research is also desired. An earned doctoral degree or equivalent in engineering or closely related field is preferred; however, applications from exceptional candidates with an M.S. or equivalent will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

The Director position is a non-tenure-line, multi-year fixed-term appointment. Salary and academic title will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2019 and applications will be received until the position is filled. Applicants should upload a letter of application, names and contact info for three professional references, curriculum vitae, statement of research and teaching interests, as well as a detailed portfolio of leadership and teaching experiences to the job posting found at https://psu.jobs/job/85390.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Ohio State University – Department of Engineering Education, Research Faculty Position in Engineering and/or Computing Education

 

The Department of Engineering Education (EED, https://eed.osu.edu/) at The Ohio State University invites applications for a research faculty position at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Research Professor to start September 2019. We are seeking proven, innovative scholars in engineering and/or computing education who will help build the graduate program within the Department of Engineering Education that was formed in November 2015. Successful candidates will be expected to: (1) pioneer scholarly contributions to engineering and/or computing education research, (2) show that they can collaborate with both tenure-track and non-tenure-track faculty members from within the department and those in different engineering and/or computing disciplines, as well as across the university, (3) focus their efforts on engineering and/or computing education scholarship and advising graduate students, (4) independently seek and obtain external funding to support research activities, (5) generate ongoing funding for a research program sufficient to support graduate students and other resources, and (6) establish a record of high-quality publications.

 

Applicants are expected to have (a) Ph.D. or terminal degree in an engineering discipline, computing discipline, engineering education, computing education, education, or equivalent field from an accredited institution of higher education, or equivalent combination of education and experience, (b) excellent record in conducting research in innovative and influential areas of engineering and/or computing education, (c) interest in and potential for excellence in advising graduate students, and (d) strong potential to advance through the research faculty ranks. Apply here: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/13167.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate or Full Professor of Electrical Engineering, Irwin Chair of Engineering, Houghton College

 

The Department of Physics, Computer Science, and Engineering at Houghton College invites applications at the associate or full professor rank for the fully-funded Irwin Chair of Engineering, a new tenure-track faculty position that will be endowed and that provides support for salary and a spending allowance for research, publications,  and travel.  In addition, the person holding this chair will receive yearly release time for the purpose of nurturing and developing our newly launched program in engineering.  The first engineering major, B.S. Electrical Engineering, begins in the Fall of 2019.   Less qualified individuals may apply at the assistant professor rank without applying for the Irwin Chair of Engineering.  We are looking for someone with experience in engineering education and a strong desire to provide leadership to an exciting new engineering program that couples rigorous academics with a strong emphasis on active student engagement in real-world collaborative design projects.  We are serious about our mission to provide a Christ-centered education in the liberal arts and sciences, and we see our new engineering program as a strategic next step in preparing graduates who can serve the world in a way that honors God and improves the human condition.

 

The Department of Physics, Computer Science, and Engineering currently has five full-time faculty members and plans to add four electrical engineers as the new major grows over the next four years.  Houghton College encourages faculty to pursue opportunities in their field and provides incentives for external collaborations that can benefit students, including research projects or outside consulting.  Startup funding and other support, from sources such as the Houghton Summer Research Institute (SRI) and the Center for Data Science Analytics (CDSA), are available for faculty to develop innovative faculty-student collaborative research and experiential learning programs.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to teach a broad range of undergraduate courses: electrical engineering courses, introductory physics, and general education.

Qualifications:   A Ph.D. in electrical engineering is required. Previous teaching experience, experience with the ABET accreditation process, and experience in industry are all desirable.  Other important qualities for this position include a commitment to excellence and creativity in undergraduate teaching, strong interpersonal and leadership skills, a mature Christian faith and an interest in integration of faith and learning.  Academic rank and salary will be determined based on experience.

 

To apply, visit http://www.houghton.edu/campus/human-resources/employment/faculty-openings and follow the PROCEDURE FOR APPLICANTS.  Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

Houghton College is a nationally-ranked, selective, Christian liberal arts and sciences institution that attracts students from across the United States and abroad. For more information about Houghton College, visit www.houghton.edu.

Houghton College is fully committed to a culturally diverse faculty, staff and student body. Successful candidates will evidence similar commitments.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Two positions- Department of Integrated Engineering at Minnesota State University, Mankato

 

The Department of Integrated Engineering at Minnesota State University, Mankato invites applicants to two positions.  The department is home to Iron Range Engineering & Twin Cities Engineering, winners of the 2017 ABET Innovation Award.  There is a tenure track position covering electrical engineering at Iron Range Engineering in Virginia, MN and a fixed-term sabbatical replacement position covering mechanical engineering at Twin Cities Engineering in Bloomington, MN.  Both positions have many opportunities for faculty development and are housed in a supportive, collegial department.  The Department of Integrated Engineering is dedicated to building a culturally diverse faculty and staff committed to working in a multicultural and inclusive environment and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans.  AA/EOE and a member of the Minnesota State System.  For more information about the jobs, follow these links:

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mankato/jobs/2341783/integrated-engineering-associate-assistant-professor-aa20052

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/mankato/jobs/2341704/integrated-engineering-associate-assistant-professor-aa20076
You can contact Rebecca Bates, the department chair, with any questions at bates@mnsu.edu

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Non-tenure track Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering and the First Year Engineering Program at the University of Pittsburgh in the Swanson School of Engineering

 

The Department of Bioengineering and the First Year Engineering Program at the University of Pittsburgh in the Swanson School of Engineering invite applications for a non-tenure stream Assistant Professor position.  Applicants should have a strong interest in teaching in the First Year and in the Bioengineering department, as well as conducting research in the Engineering Education Research Center.  Applicants must hold a PhD in Bioengineering Engineering or closely related field.  Expertise in design, innovation and entrepreneurship in the biomedical arena enables the Department to focus more on design, and adds to the curricular base of the First Year Program.  We wish to recruit an individual with accomplishments in disciplinary and/or engineering education research, and who have established a pedagogical track record in working with engineering students.  This position will be housed in Bioengineering department; and salary will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

Located in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh, the University of Pittsburgh is ranked fourth in terms of NIH funding and ninth in terms of NSF funding. Princeton Review ranks the university as one of the ‘200 Colleges That Pay You Back,’ and Kiplinger rates the university as one of the ‘100 Best Values in Public Education’ and the ‘Top Value in Pennsylvania’ for a 12th straight year.  US News and World Report ranks the university 24th ‘Top Public Schools’ and 47th ‘Best Global Research Universities.’ The university was recently deemed the ‘Best Public University in the Northeast’ according to the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education. The Department of Bioengineering and the Swanson School of Engineering, consistently ranked among the top programs in the country by US News and World Report, have outstanding research and educational programs.  The school hosts six engineering departments and awards ten undergraduate engineering degrees.  The undergraduate and graduate student populations are 3,000 and 950, respectively.  Student to faculty ratio is 17 to 1. Approximately 45% of our undergraduate engineering students participate in Co-Op and 42% of our graduating class has had an international education experience.

Interested individuals should send the following as a single, self-contained PDF attachment via email to SSoEAcademicDean@engr.pitt.edu: (1) cover letter, (2) complete CV (including funding record, if applicable), (3) a statement of teaching interests and qualifications, including evidence of teaching abilities, and (4) names and complete contact information of at least four references.  To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by March 31, 2019.  However, applications will be reviewed as they are received.

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Position Opening – Instructional Developer, Saint Louis University

 

Saint Louis University, a Catholic, Jesuit institution dedicated to student learning, research, health care, and service, is pleased to announce an opening in the Paul C. Reinert, S.J. Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning for an Instructional Developer. Instructional Developers in the Reinert Center are educational development specialists who work with faculty and graduate students from all disciplines, teaching both on-ground and online. We seek applicants who are passionate about and experienced in university-level teaching and who have an interest/background in educational development. We are particularly interested in applicants who have STEM backgrounds.

 

The Reinert Center is a dynamic, well-respected teaching center that has served SLU faculty, graduate students, and academic units for more than twenty years. Instructional Developers assist faculty and graduate students with teaching enhancement and course design for face-to-face, blended, and online courses, including innovative, evidence based teaching strategies, assessment methods, and technology integration. They facilitate pedagogical programs and develop resources in support of the Center’s mission and the University’s educational initiatives and mission. NB: Candidates with experience/expertise in inclusive teaching practices, accessibility and universal design, active learning in large courses, and/or technology-enriched teaching are especially encouraged to apply.

 

The ideal candidate will have an earned doctorate, more than two (2) years of experience teaching a college/university, and experience working in a teaching center or working with other instructors on teaching and course/curriculum design. The minimum qualifications for the position are aMaster’s degree and at least two (2) years of experience teaching in an academic discipline at the post-secondary level.

 

The job description available at https://jobs.slu.edu provides additional information. Questions may be directed to Mary Cook (mary.cook@slu.edu). To be considered, applications must be received online athttps://jobs.slu.edu and must include a cover letter, a CV/curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, and a list of three references. Optional materials: a statement of educational development philosophy. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by March 15, 2019.

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JIEE: Launch Announcement and Call for Assistant Editors

 

We are pleased to announce formal launch of the Journal of International Engineering Education (JIEE), formerly the Online Journal for Global Engineering Education (OJGEE), available at:http://digitalcommons.uri.edu/jiee/

 

JIEE is a unique peer-reviewed resource for academic, corporate, non-profit, and other constituencies involved in creating, maintaining, growing, and studying international engineering education programs. Our first issue (vol. 1, no. 1) is now available online, and we are actively seeking submissions in three categories: perspective, research, and practice. To submit a paper, see:https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/cgi/submit.cgi?context=jiee

 

We are also looking to fill multiple Assistant Editor positions to help review and prepare manuscripts. For more information about this service opportunity, please contact JIEE co-editor Brent Jesiek (bjesiek@purdue.edu).

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Study on Student’s Cognitive Engagement

A team of researchers led by Dr. Shane Brown at Oregon State University is seeking to better understand the ways in which course context impacts student’s cognitive engagement. The title of the study is Influence of Classroom Context on Student Cognitive Engagement Collaborative Research. We have a survey instrument to address both in-class and out-of-class engagement of students in about 30 questions. The survey should only take about 10 minutes to complete. We intend to correlate the results of this survey with a survey you (the instructor) would complete. By you providing us information on the opportunities you generate for your students to engage, and students providing us information on the way they choose to engage, we can better understand the influence instructors have on their students’ engagement.

Are you interested in participating in this study? We would be able to provide you with feedback related specifically to your course. If so, could you provide me the course name and number so we can customize the survey for your class? Also, for our records, could you let me know the approximate number of students enrolled?

Once you have agreed to participate, you will be asked to complete a short (10 minute) survey targeted at understanding the ways in which you ask students to engage in your course. You will also be provided a link to the student survey that we request that you post to your course’s Canvas site.

If you provide extra credit to students for participating in the survey you will need to provide an equal weighted alternative for students who do not wish to participate in the study.  For more information about this study, please contact the principal investigator, Dr. Shane Brown, by phone at 541-737-1759 or email at Shane.Brown@oregonstate.edu.

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  1. CALL FOR PAPERS: DEED Student Essay Competition

 

Calling all students of DEED!  As the ultimate stakeholder of design education, we look to you to imagine … What role should artificial intelligence play in engineering design education?   Submit to DEED’s Annual 2019 Student Essay Competition!  Submissions due April 7, 2019.  

 

Four winning student essay submissions, two from undergraduate students and two from graduate students, will get to present their work as part of part of the ASEE DEED Postcard Poster Session. At the session, the winners will be honored, including the official awarding of $500 (to offset part of the cost of attending ASEE) and a certificate to each winning submission.  More information available here:

 

http://deed.asee.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/DEED-Student-Essay-Competition-2019.pdf

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: NSF-funded Study on Support for NSF CAREER Award

 

Drs. Jennifer Karlin and Allison Godwin are working to develop an engineering education specific mentoring community and set of resources to support the development of early career faculty (NSF EEC 1837805/1837808). This project focuses on the NSF CAREER award as a particular indicator of early success in engineering education. We would like to invite all faculty (i.e., those who are thinking about applying, have applied, or have not applied) to participate in 7-10 minute survey about their experiences with the NSF CAREER award and any resources they used or found/would find useful in the application process. This survey is completely voluntary and anonymous and can be found here (click here or go to https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_agvLHGTa5xtzs1L). For more information about this project, contact Allison Godwin (godwina@purdue.edu).

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: NSF wksp in Reno, June 5-7, Ed researchers sought to collaborate with 2-year colleges

 

Capacity-Building Workshop for Preparing Competitive NSF Proposals: Reno, Nevada June 5-7, 2019

Education researchers (faculty and postdocs) are sought for collaboration with two-year colleges (2YCs) developing proposals for submission to the National Science Foundation (NSF) S-STEM Program. S-STEM is a scholarship program for academically qualified, financially needy undergraduate STEM students, which has an emphasis on evidence-based practices for supporting these students as well as generating knowledge about recruitment and retention in STEM.

 

Participants will have the opportunity to serve as a Co-PI or a consultant on the proposal to develop a substantial research component.  NSF S-STEM grant funds can be used to support research costs, including graduate students, faculty salary, participant incentives, and travel.  Apply to attend at: https://goo.gl/forms/0qSPtgNgdjyiL7I52

Contact: Maura Borrego, University of Texas, Austin (maura.borrego@austin.utexas.edu)

 

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Holly M. Matusovich, PhD

Associate Professor

Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Programs

Engineering Education

Virginia Tech

355 Goodwin Hall

matushm@vt.edu


Select news from the February newsletter of the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI):

Submission process for SEFI Annual Conference 2019
***SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED***
You may submit your abstracts until 19 March 2019 at the conference website.
Download the updated Call for papers

 Full paper abstracts (max 250 words)
After the abstract submission, the BME team of reviewers will check the suitability for the conference theme. If accepted, you may submit a full paper until 30 April. It will undergo a double-blind peer review process. After your paper is accepted, you will have received the comments from the reviewers. You may submit the revised version until 2 August.

Workshop abstracts (max 500 words)
Unlike the last year, the submission deadline for an extended abstract for holding workshop is also 19 March. After review by SEFI experts, authors of accepted workshops will submit a revised description until 30 April. After the conference it will be possible to submit an updated version of the workshop, containing the results from the session.


PREFER Project fast forward in 2019                    

04 – 08 February 2019 – Dublin, IRL – A mobility event was organized in the framework of the PREFER project (Professional Roles and Employability of Future EngineeRs). The research teams of KU Leuven and TU Delft traveled to TU Dublin for a one-week in-depth collaboration. The prime objective of the meeting was to discuss the progress of the project activities and gather feedback from external parties. Read further.


Annual Congress of the UK Engineering Professors’ Council

13-15 May 2019 – London, UK. EPC Annual Congress 2019 will pro-actively navigate unprecedented engineering change in the policy environment. It will be hosted by the University College London. Read more.


CTI Annual Conference about Quality and Internationalisation 

11-12 February 2019 – Saint Etienne, FR. CTI annual seminar delved into the topic of Quality and Internationalisation in engineering education. Next year edition will take place in Bordeaux. Read a full report from the event by Prof. A.M. Jolly

 


 

Posted by SMC on 27 Feb 2019

Call for Applications – Marie Marie Sklodowska-Curie – ITN, Industrial Doctorate program

Post date:
25/01/2019 – 13:24
Application deadline:
30/04/2019
Job Description:
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Call for Applications
8 PhD Positions
Marie Marie Sklodowska-Curie – ITN, European Industrial Doctorate program
PHILHUMANS Project
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We are starting a new project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research & innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie – ITN, Industrial Doctorate program.

The project is titled PHILHUMANS: Personal Health Interfaces Leveraging Human-MAchine Natural interactionS, and it has 8 PhD positions in the areas of Computational Intelligence, Computer Vision, and Natural Language Processing.

See the list of PhD positions below.

Highly competitive and attractive salary is offered (it meets the EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie standards), plus mobility and family allowances as applicable.

The ESR candidates should have a Master degree in Computer Science, Information Engineering or equivalent (for 7 positions) and potentially a Master Degree in economics (for 1 position). Traveling will be part of the program, substantial secondments to partner locations are planned. Candidates are required to meet the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Early Stage Researcher eligibility criteria. In particular, at the time of the appointment, candidates must have had less than four years full-time equivalent research experience and must not have already obtained a PhD. Additionally, at the time of recruitment, the ESR must not have resided, or carried out his/her activity in the country of the hiring institution for more than 12 months in the 3 years prior to recruitment date.

The application procedure will be formally opened in the beginning of January. Main entry point to send applications is the PHILHUMANS website http://www.philhumans.eu

More information about the program, the open positions and hosting organizations is available on the website of the project: http://www.philhumans.eu

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AVAILABLE PhD POSITIONS
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ESR1 – COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR BEHAVIOR UNDERSTANDING
Hosted by Philips – PhD awarded by University of Aberdeen, UK
Details: https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr1

ESR2 – A CONVERSATIONAL AGENT AS A DIGITAL COUNSELLOR FOR AUTOMATED THERAPY
Hosted by Philips – PhD awarded by University of Cagliari, IT
Details: https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-2

ESR3 – DEEP PROGRAM INDUCTION FOR PERSONAL HEALTH SERVICES
Hosted by TU/e and Philips – PhD awarded by University of TU/e, NL
Details: https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-3/

ESR4 – NLP, SEMANTICS AND SENTIMENT ANALYSIS FROM TEXT
Hosted by University of Cagliari and Philips – PhD awarded by University of Cagliari, IT
Details: https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-4/

ESR5 – SCENE UNDERSTANDING AND INTERACTION ANTICIPATION FROM FIRST PERSON VISION
Hosted by University of Catania and Philips – PhD awarded by University of Catania, IT
Details: https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-5

ESR6 – FACE ANALYSIS AND BODY LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING FROM EGOCENTRIC CAMERAS
Hosted by University of Catania and Philips – PhD awarded by University of Catania, IT

ESR7 – NATURAL LANGUAGE GENERATION FOR PERSONALISED HEALTH COMMUNICATION Hosted by University of Aberdeen and Philips – PhD awarded by University of Aberdeen, UK
Details: https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-7

ESR8 – BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND ROBOTICS
Hosted by R2M Solutions – PhD awarded by University of Cagliari, IT
Details: https://www.philhumans.eu/esrs/esr-8

 


Received from ASEE and posted by SMC on 21 Feb 2019

New Two-Part Webinar Event: Engineering Inclusive Classrooms

In this two-part webinar event, Dr. Tershia Pinder-Grover (University of Michigan, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching in Engineering) will explore classroom climate, discuss key principles behind inclusive teaching, and provide attendees with actionable strategies for engineering inclusive classrooms.

Register for Part 1to learn the concept of classroom climate, better understand the research basis for the ways in which climate and sense of belonging impact student learning, examine problematic classroom scenarios, and brainstorm strategies to improve classroom climate.

Register for Part 2 to explore the definition and research-based principles of inclusive teaching developed by the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching at the University of Michigan, reflect upon specific teaching practices, and think about applications for your own teaching context.

 

Part 1: Weds, March 20, 2019, from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM, ET

Part 2: Weds, April 10, 2019, from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM, ET 

Fee: Free for ASEE members, $50 for non-members

About Our Facilitator

Dr. Tershia Pinder-Grover received her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan (U-M). She is the Director of the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching in Engineering (CRLT-Engin) at the University of Michigan. In this role, she leads a team focused on advancing engineering education in the College of Engineering through innovative programming, strategic partnerships, and cultivating individual relationships. She has successfully integrated inclusive teaching workshops in all orientations for new engineering faculty, graduate student instructors, and undergraduate instructors. She has also designed and facilitated engineering faculty learning communities on inclusive teaching.  In January 2019, she received the MLK Spirit Award, which is given “in recognition of individuals within the North Campus community whose leadership and service exemplify the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr here at the University of Michigan.”

 


Posted by SMC on 16 Feb 2019

ASEE ERM Members, list of opportunities:

  1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv
  2. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: 2019 Apprentice Faculty Grant Program Accepting Applications until February 15
  3. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Review Apprentice Faculty Grant Applications
  4. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Survey for Graduate Students and Undergraduate Students for ERM
  5. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: ERM Division Faculty Showcase
  6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: University of Portland, Innovation Professor of Practice
  7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Job Posting: Senior Online Editor for Sci/Tech Digital Products, McGraw-Hill
  8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Assistant Professor, Purdue’s School of Engineering Education
  9. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Founding Director and Senior Faculty Positions in Engineering and Computing Education at Florida International University
  10. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:  Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (Tenure-Track), University of Portland, Shiley School of Engineering
  11. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Lecturer in Technical Communication, School of Chemical, Materials and Biomedical Engineering, University of Georgia
  12. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: PENN State, Director of Engineering Leadership Development Program, School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs
  13. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Ohio State University – Department of Engineering Education, Research Faculty Position in Engineering and/or Computing Education
  14. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate or Full Professor of Electrical Engineering, Irwin Chair of Engineering, Houghton College
  15. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenured/Tenure-track faculty position in structural engineering
  16. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Study, he Instructional R&D group at UC Davis
  17. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: 2019 First-Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) Conference – Abstract Submission Extension
  18. CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE EXTENSION Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop XI Call for Papers, Design Education & Practice “How Process Matters”
  19. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: NSF-funded Study on Support for NSF CAREER Award
  20. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Undergraduate Research Experience on the Internet of Things (IoT), University of Central Florida
  21. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JEE Launches Mentored Reviewer Program
  22. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: NSF wksp in Reno, June 5-7, Ed researchers sought to collaborate with 2-year colleges

 

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  1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv

 

To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions.  Email all of this information to matushm@vt.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month.  Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

 

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  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: 2019 Apprentice Faculty Grant Program Accepting Applications until February 15

The Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) Program within the Educational Research and Methods (ERM) Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) encourages and honors promising new researchers who have the potential for substantial contributions to engineering education.  In conjunction with the 2019 ASEE Annual Conference, the AFG program will grant up to four awards to graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, junior faculty, staff members, or senior ranking faculty who are transitioning into engineering education research. Each award will include:  1) getting paired with a mentor who is a senior researcher in the engineering education community and 2) some support for conference travel expenses (exact level of financial support is still under consideration, but will not exceed $500). AFG recipients are expected to attend the full duration of the annual ASEE conference, including two ERM events, and are highly encouraged to attend at least one workshop. For more details, including how to apply, see https://erm.asee.org/conferences/afg/.  Please feel free to contact Jennifer Bekki <jennifer.bekki@asu.edu> or Courtney Faber < cfaber2@utk.edu>) with questions.

 

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  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Review Apprentice Faculty Grant Applications

 

We are seeking volunteers to review applications for this year’s ERM Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) program. The commitment requires reviewing 3 application packages, which will take approximately 30 minutes each. You will be provided specific review criteria and your responses will be collected online. Past award winners and senior engineering education researchers are particularly encouraged to help. With thanks from your ERM AFG committee co-chairs, Jennifer Bekki and Courtney Faber. If you have any questions please contact, Courtney Faber (cfaber2@utk.edu) or Jennifer Bekki (jennifer.bekki@asu.edu). To sign up to be a reviewer, please complete this form by February 16th.

 

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  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Survey for Graduate Students and Undergraduate Students for ERM

 

A significant part of ERM’s diversity is their student population. As such, we want to know more about how we are supporting our students, and what we could do better.
We invite any undergraduate or graduate student members of ERM to fill out our 5-minute ERM Student Google Survey by March 18th. We also encourage any faculty to pass this survey on to undergraduate and graduate students who may want to get involved in the division. The survey can be found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScKd_BgNRo3dMAKjAXttcH7-p-yvFvnagDR7K4Eb5QvyAYCtQ/viewform

 

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  1. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: ERM Division Faculty Showcase

 

ERM has always been diverse community with a variety of research interests and goals. As a division, we have worked over 40 years to improve engineering education by disseminating knowledge of learning and teaching, encouraging efforts to improve instruction, and enhancing the status of university teaching. Underneath these goals, we believe the people in and around the community have been the most important part of making ERM what it is. As such, we believe we should share more of our community with the outside world.

 

What we are looking for: We are seeking faculty and research groups who wish to contribute small, unedited, 60-second videos to a community of practice. These videos will be edited, displayed, and shared, within the ERM community and beyond on a future Youtube page or other medium. This opportunity to share is open to any ERM member, in any faculty or staff position, who wish to share innovative research methods and teaching practices they use related to engineering education.

 

Instructions: First, create your video! Videos should be brief and no more than 60 seconds; contain no background music, transitions, or overlaid text; be stable (not shaky); and be of medium to high-quality in resolution and audio quality (a video camera is preferred but a newer phone or laptop camera will work just fine). Tell us a bit about yourself, your research group (optional) and what you do. Along with your video, please provide the following information: name(s) of those in the video, email address, social media handles (optional), academic or professional affiliations/positions, and a short bio of yourself that describes you and your research. Then, share video clip(s) and other requested information with ERM Director-at-Large’s Justin Major (major5@purdue.edu) and Cory Brozina (scbrozina@ysu.edu) by no later than March 18th. Videos that are too large to email can be uploaded and shared from from cloud-based platforms such as Google Drive or Dropbox, or sent by physical mail (email for the address). Questions about this opportunity should be sent to Justin and Cory.

 

We are seeking volunteers to review applications for this year’s ERM Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) program. The commitment requires reviewing 3 application packages, which will take approximately 30 minutes each. You will be provided specific review criteria and your responses will be collected online. Past award winners and senior engineering education researchers are particularly encouraged to help. With thanks from your ERM AFG committee co-chairs, Jennifer Bekki and Courtney Faber. If you have any questions please contact, Courtney Faber (cfaber2@utk.edu) or Jennifer Bekki (jennifer.bekki@asu.edu). To sign up to be a reviewer, please complete this form by February 16th.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: University of Portland, Innovation Professor of Practice

 

As the University of Portland (UP) strives to integrate innovation across campus, we seek an Innovation Professor of Practice to develop, lead, and teach in a new university-wide undergraduate Innovation (INV) minor beginning August 2019. This is a full-time, 9-month (August-May) position. The INV minor includes the following four courses that are all new for the University: Introduction to Design and Innovation; Empathy, Observational Research, and Human-Centered Design; Making: Sketching and Prototyping; and Collaborative Innovation Practicum. This position will direct the program and envision the minor as a catalyst for campus innovation. They are a builder, collaborator, and innovator who actively contributes to the academic community as they lead cross-disciplinary efforts with students, staff, and faculty. Under the Innovation Professor of Practice’s leadership, students will extensively use the existing University Maker Space while eagerly awaiting the completion of a new 30,000+ square feet Innovation Center designed to significantly increase cross-disciplinary collaboration and external partnerships.

Candidates should have a minimum of a master’s degree in social sciences, arts, engineering, business, or a related field with innovation experience that comes from practice and/or academics and should be qualified to teach at least two of the four required INV courses. We look forward to applications from those at the master’s or doctorate level. Please read more at https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=53245 or email engineering@up.edu with any questions or information about the University of Portland.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Job Posting: Senior Online Editor for Sci/Tech Digital Products, McGraw-Hill

 

This position presents the unique opportunity for someone passionate about engineering education to help shape the future of a rapidly growing digital product from McGraw-Hill. As a leader in the EdTech space, McGraw-Hill offers flexibility and collaboration while creating innovative products that positively impact learning.  The Senior Online editor is directly responsible for developing and executing the content development strategy for AccessEngineering, in conjunction with our engineering editorial team and our faculty advisory board.  In addition, the position provides the opportunity to gain experience in managing digital platforms and products as it is also responsible for managing our Ebook Library product.

 

The position requires strong business, project management, analytical and communication skills.  The senior online editor is responsible for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness and success of projects, including analyzing usage and designing customer feedback initiatives.  The position also has budgeting responsibilities and will be involved in working with sales and marketing to maximize revenue opportunities.  The position is also responsible for managing content development projects to make sure they are delivered on schedule and budget, which requires hiring and managing outside subject matter experts.

 

We are looking for someone with a passion for engineering education.  Candidates should have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and 5 years of related experience in the areas of engineering education, project management, digital content development and/or instructional design.  The position must be based in New York City.  Job posting: http://adtrk.tw/tp/rj6_OH0e_I_K  Any questions, contact: Lauren Sapira, Director, Sci/Tech Digital Products, lauren.sapira@mheducation.com

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Assistant Professor, Purdue’s School of Engineering Education

 

Purdue’s School of Engineering Education is receiving applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor opening. Please help us communicate this opportunity! See the announcement athttps://engineering.purdue.edu/ENE/AboutUs/Employment.  While the description says we are reviewing applications as of April 2, 2018, rest assured we are looking for new candidates now in January/February 2019.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Founding Director and Senior Faculty Positions in Engineering and Computing Education at Florida International University

 

Florida International University (FIU) invites applications and nominations for Senior Faculty positions and the position of Founding Director of the newly formed school dedicated to computer science and engineering education.  This new unit (https://succeed.fiu.edu), which is part of FIU’s College of Engineering and Computing, adapts the engineering education research model established at other universities and is the first engineering education department/school at a minority-serving institution. It will house two new planned degree programs: a Bachelor’s of Science in Interdisciplinary Engineering, and a Ph.D. in Engineering and Computing Education.

Florida International University (FIU) is the fourth largest public university in the United States, and is the nation’s only majority-minority R1 research university.  FIU has a vibrant STEM education research institute, and there are also ample education research opportunities afforded in Dade and Broward counties which host the nation’s largest and 4th largest state colleges and two of the largest public school districts.

More information and link to FIU job site containing the official position description and application: https://cec.fiu.edu/job-ad-cs-engineering-education/  Please feel free to contact Mark Weiss (weiss@fiu.edu) if you have interest, and/or to spread the word to colleagues in other engineering education disciplines.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (Tenure-Track), University of Portland, Shiley School of Engineering

 

The Shiley School of Engineering is now seeking a tenure-track assistant professor to join our thriving academic community in August 2019. We are eager to prepare our students for a rapidly changing urban landscape and strongly encourage those with expertise in sustainable infrastructure and advanced computing and technology skills to apply. We recently approved a sustainability-focused environmental engineering minor and opened a Maker Space that allows for hands-on student activities to complement the curriculum. A new 30,000+ square feet Innovation Center designed to significantly increase cross-disciplinary collaboration and external partnerships is in the planning stages and we expect to renovate the civil engineering laboratories within the next three years. This is an ideal position for educators who are passionate about teaching and who want to work at a student-centered institution where we strive for a balance of professional education within a liberal arts environment.

 

Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering or a related area. Dedication to excellence in teaching is essential.  To learn more about this position, our requirements and the application process, please read more at https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=53244  Email engineering@up.edu with any questions or information about the University of Portland, Shiley School of Engineering.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Lecturer in Technical Communication, School of Chemical, Materials and Biomedical Engineering, University of Georgia

 

The School of Chemical, Materials, and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Georgia (UGA) invites applications for a 9-month non-tenure-track lecturer position to begin August 2019. The successful candidate is expected to: (1) develop and teach new courses in technical communication for engineers at the undergraduate and graduate levels (2) collaborate with faculty who wish to incorporate “write to learn” activities in biochemical and biological engineering courses (3) exhibit a strong commitment to teaching excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and (4) actively participate in the research activities of the Engineering Education Transformations Institute.

 

Candidates should have a PhD in Technical Writing, Professional Writing, English or a closely related discipline OR  MS in Technical Writing, Professional Writing, English or a closely related discipline with a minimum of five years’ experience teaching technical communication/writing courses at the college level as well as evidence of scholarship. Exceptions to the terminal degree requirement must be approved by the Vice President for Instruction prior to beginning employment at the University of Georgia. To apply, candidates should submit an application at: http://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/58540. Questions related to the position may be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Rama Ramasamy (rama@uga.edu). Applications received before March 1, 2019 will be given full consideration.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: PENN State, Director of Engineering Leadership Development Program, School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs

 

Penn State’s College of Engineering is seeking a highly qualified individual to lead its Engineering Leadership Development (ELD) Program. The ELD Program, housed within the College of Engineering’s School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs, is one of the pioneers in the field of Engineering Leadership Development with over 23 years as an 18-credit undergraduate minor. More recently, the program has expanded to include on-line offerings of the undergraduate engineering leadership courses, a Master of Engineering in Engineering Leadership and Innovation Management (ELIM), and residential and on-line graduate certificate and minor in ELIM. Elements of the ELIM graduate program will be extended to a proposed on-line Doctor of Engineering degree incorporating both technical courses and applied research, as well as professional skills development.

 

The successful candidate should exhibit a drive to develop the next generation of engineering leaders, develop innovative educational programs, a willingness to critically examine programs, and to develop collaborations with companies and organizations that hire our students. The Director is expected to work with the College’s development office to secure funding sources to expand the impact of the program beyond its current scope. The Director will lead a team of two Associate Directors, an Assistant Research Professor, a full-time and several part-time instructors, and an Administrative Assistant. Additional faculty may be added as the program continues to grow. The Director is expected to establish a strong record of research and engaged scholarship as well as teach and advise students. In addition, the Director should form collaborations within SEDTAPP’s other vibrant programs (see https://www.sedtapp.psu.edu/); the College of Engineering; other colleges, campuses and institutes at Penn State; and partner with other University entities to leverage a broad base of cooperation. Further, the Director should form collaborations with other university and engineering leadership programs found within industry, both in the U.S. and beyond.

 

The candidate should have a minimum of ten years of successful management experience within an engineering organization, proven experience in teaching engineering or leadership topics at the university level or equivalent, and trained in or qualified to train personal development topics such as effective writing and presentations, assessment, engineering design, and critical analysis. In addition, candidates should possess superior communication skills and have demonstrated experience in engaging students in curricular and co-curricular activities and in seeking and securing external funding. A proven record of directing and publishing high impact research is also desired. An earned doctoral degree or equivalent in engineering or closely related field is preferred; however, applications from exceptional candidates with an M.S. or equivalent will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

The Director position is a non-tenure-line, multi-year fixed-term appointment. Salary and academic title will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2019 and applications will be received until the position is filled. Applicants should upload a letter of application, names and contact info for three professional references, curriculum vitae, statement of research and teaching interests, as well as a detailed portfolio of leadership and teaching experiences to the job posting found at https://psu.jobs/job/85390.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Ohio State University – Department of Engineering Education, Research Faculty Position in Engineering and/or Computing Education

 

The Department of Engineering Education (EED, https://eed.osu.edu/) at The Ohio State University invites applications for a research faculty position at the rank of Assistant, Associate, or Full Research Professor to start September 2019. We are seeking proven, innovative scholars in engineering and/or computing education who will help build the graduate program within the Department of Engineering Education that was formed in November 2015. Successful candidates will be expected to: (1) pioneer scholarly contributions to engineering and/or computing education research, (2) show that they can collaborate with both tenure-track and non-tenure-track faculty members from within the department and those in different engineering and/or computing disciplines, as well as across the university, (3) focus their efforts on engineering and/or computing education scholarship and advising graduate students, (4) independently seek and obtain external funding to support research activities, (5) generate ongoing funding for a research program sufficient to support graduate students and other resources, and (6) establish a record of high-quality publications.

 

Applicants are expected to have (a) Ph.D. or terminal degree in an engineering discipline, computing discipline, engineering education, computing education, education, or equivalent field from an accredited institution of higher education, or equivalent combination of education and experience, (b) excellent record in conducting research in innovative and influential areas of engineering and/or computing education, (c) interest in and potential for excellence in advising graduate students, and (d) strong potential to advance through the research faculty ranks. Apply here: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/13167.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Associate or Full Professor of Electrical Engineering, Irwin Chair of Engineering, Houghton College

 

The Department of Physics, Computer Science, and Engineering at Houghton College invites applications at the associate or full professor rank for the fully-funded Irwin Chair of Engineering, a new tenure-track faculty position that will be endowed and that provides support for salary and a spending allowance for research, publications,  and travel.  In addition, the person holding this chair will receive yearly release time for the purpose of nurturing and developing our newly launched program in engineering.  The first engineering major, B.S. Electrical Engineering, begins in the Fall of 2019.   Less qualified individuals may apply at the assistant professor rank without applying for the Irwin Chair of Engineering.  We are looking for someone with experience in engineering education and a strong desire to provide leadership to an exciting new engineering program that couples rigorous academics with a strong emphasis on active student engagement in real-world collaborative design projects.  We are serious about our mission to provide a Christ-centered education in the liberal arts and sciences, and we see our new engineering program as a strategic next step in preparing graduates who can serve the world in a way that honors God and improves the human condition.

 

The Department of Physics, Computer Science, and Engineering currently has five full-time faculty members and plans to add four electrical engineers as the new major grows over the next four years.  Houghton College encourages faculty to pursue opportunities in their field and provides incentives for external collaborations that can benefit students, including research projects or outside consulting.  Startup funding and other support, from sources such as the Houghton Summer Research Institute (SRI) and the Center for Data Science Analytics (CDSA), are available for faculty to develop innovative faculty-student collaborative research and experiential learning programs.

Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to teach a broad range of undergraduate courses: electrical engineering courses, introductory physics, and general education.

Qualifications:   A Ph.D. in electrical engineering is required. Previous teaching experience, experience with the ABET accreditation process, and experience in industry are all desirable.  Other important qualities for this position include a commitment to excellence and creativity in undergraduate teaching, strong interpersonal and leadership skills, a mature Christian faith and an interest in integration of faith and learning.  Academic rank and salary will be determined based on experience.

 

To apply, visit http://www.houghton.edu/campus/human-resources/employment/faculty-openings and follow the PROCEDURE FOR APPLICANTS.  Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

Houghton College is a nationally-ranked, selective, Christian liberal arts and sciences institution that attracts students from across the United States and abroad. For more information about Houghton College, visit www.houghton.edu.

Houghton College is fully committed to a culturally diverse faculty, staff and student body. Successful candidates will evidence similar commitments.

 

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  1. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenured/Tenure-track faculty position in structural engineering

 

The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida invites applications for a 9 month, tenured/tenure track, full-time, position at the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure and Environment (ESSIE). ESSIE is seeking dynamic, highly qualified individuals interested in developing a nationally recognized program and collaborating with a dynamic and collegial faculty in the ESSIE Structural Engineering Group. Anticipated start date of August 2019.

 

For more information and to apply go to https://apply.interfolio.com/59323.

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Study, The Instructional R&D group at UC Davis

 

The Instructional R&D group at UC Davis is doing some research and user testing of informal communication of teaching and learning research among educators, to try to find more effective ways of sharing research among practitioners, outside of journals and conferences. We think that strengthening the exchange between educational researchers and practitioners is of general interest to much of this community, and we’d be deeply grateful if you helped us by participating in a survey. The survey involves a short perusal of an informal research document (chosen at random from a set), followed by a brief activity regarding your experience reading the document. It should take about ten minutes.

 

The link is here: https://ucdavis.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bw66DE1M6vLvXCd

 

Naturally, your participation is voluntary, anonymous, and appreciated. Feel free to share the survey with other educators in your network, or contact PI Stephanie Pulford (spulford@ucdavis.edu) with further questions.Thank you!

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: 2019 First-Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) Conference – Abstract Submission Extension

 

The 2019 First-Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) conference abstract submission period has been extended to Monday, February 25, 2019. The conference will be held July 28-30, 2019 at Penn State in State College, Pennsylvania.  Please consider submitting an abstract for a full paper, work in progress, GIFTS: Great Ideas for Teaching (or Talking With) Students, or workshop. Additional details are available through the Call for Participation (https://sites.asee.org/fyee/wp-content/uploads/sites/39/2019/02/FYEE-2019-Call-for-Participation.pdf).

 

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  1. CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE EXTENSION Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop XI Call for Papers, Design Education & Practice “How Process Matters”

 

Two-page abstracts to be submitted by February 8, 2019 (date extended!)

Authors notified of acceptance by March 9, 2019, Presenting author registration deadline March 31, 2019, Final papers to be submitted by April 15, 2019, Workshop to be held May 30 – June 1, 2019

Website: https://mudddesignworkshop.com/

Call for Papers:  https://mudddesignworkshop.com/callforpapers-mdwix/

 

Vision: Engineers, designers, and educators will gather to discuss the importance of process to the engineering design enterprise. Participants will reflect on the meaning of process in design, discuss stages and aspects of design processes, and compare approaches to teaching, learning, and practicing engineering design. In design education contexts, key learning goals and deliverables vary by course and experience; the focus may be on mastering particular design skills, building a high quality product, or gaining exposure to some or all of a design process. With variation in emphasis, important questions arise: How might the alternatives of formative or summative perspectives on design education be in real conflict or supportive of larger learning goals? What is the role of process in the context of engineering design education? And how does a process-led pedagogy differ from actual practice?  Mission: To identify, articulate, and address the importance of process in engineering design and design education and to improve the methods by which process is taught, learned, and applied in the context of engineering design process activities.  Possible topics are listed in the call for papers athttps://mudddesignworkshop.com/callforpapers-mdwix/.

 

Experience: Podium sessions are initiated by brief position paper summaries from panelists followed by extended open discussion. Poster sessions will include multiple perspectives and will be included in the wrap-up session. The wrap-up session will collect the most important outputs for improving engineering design education for dissemination to the community. Participants will receive a preliminary proceedings containing near-final manuscripts of presented papers. Those drafts will subsequently be refined and reviewed for publication in a Special Issue of the International Journal of Engineering Education to comprise the archival proceedings of the Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop XI.

 

Abstracts should be submitted electronically to:  https://hmc.formstack.com/forms/clive_l_dym_mudd_design_workshop_xi_abstracts and may be emailed to:  Sydney_Torrey@hmc.edu and Gordon_Krauss@hmc.edu

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: NSF-funded Study on Support for NSF CAREER Award

 

Drs. Jennifer Karlin and Allison Godwin are working to develop an engineering education specific mentoring community and set of resources to support the development of early career faculty (NSF EEC 1837805/1837808). This project focuses on the NSF CAREER award as a particular indicator of early success in engineering education. We would like to invite all faculty (i.e., those who are thinking about applying, have applied, or have not applied) to participate in 7-10 minute survey about their experiences with the NSF CAREER award and any resources they used or found/would find useful in the application process. This survey is completely voluntary and anonymous and can be found here (click here). For more information about this project, contact Allison Godwin (godwina@purdue.edu).

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Undergraduate Research Experience on the Internet of Things (IoT), University of Central Florida

 

The Computer Science Department at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) will hold an 8‐week, 2019 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) on the Internet of Thingshttp://iotreu.cs.ucf.edu/. REU students will be trained in research‐based theory and applications of IoT technologies, which extends the connected nature of computing devices to objects of the physical world. The REU students will join well‐established research groups under the close supervision of faculty with expertise in various IoT research areas such as smart cities, smart healthcare, and smart grids. Many of the research topics will require the students to utilize state-of-the-art techniques of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data analytics.  REU program dates: May 27, 2019 ‐ July 19, 2019.  Application deadline: March 1, 2019. Eligibility requirements: Sophomore, junior or senior undergraduates, Majors: computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, and mechanical engineering, Must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, Minimum overall GPA 2.7

 

 Program Benefits: $4,000 stipend, travel allowance, UCF on-campus housing, daily meal allowance

 

Interested students must submit applications online at http://iotreu.cs.ucf.edu/. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Damla Turgut at turgut@cs.ucf.edu

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JEE Launches Mentored Reviewer Program

 

The Journal of Engineering Education (JEE) is commited to cultivate, disseminate, and archive scholarly research in engineering education.  To expand our reviewer base and maintain the quality of manuscript reviews, JEE is launching a new Mentored Reviewer Program in January 2019. This program is intended to coach new or novice reviewers through the review process with mentor who has substantial experience in reviewing and writing engineering education research studies. We are inviting applications for mentees to the JEE Mentored Reviewer Program. Mentees for the program should be novices in engineering education research such as graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and engineering faculty.  Mentees should display evidence of developing expertise (through formal courses or real-world experiences) in research areas that align with the journal’s mission.  Mentees should have developing expertise in either quantitative or qualitative research methods. Individuals from countries other than the United States are welcome and encouraged to apply.

 

The Mentored Reviewer Program is expected to be a competitive program for both mentors and mentees.  All mentors and mentees will be acknowledged at the ASEE annual meeting and will receive a certificate recognizing their accomplishments through their participation in the program during the previous year.  Mentees will be asked to participate in an online training with their mentors and JEE editors that will include an introduction to JEE and an overview of expectations for reviews.  During the mentorship period (approximately 6 months), mentors and mentees will be asked to work together on approximately three article reviews.  A scaffolded approach to the review process will be provided allowing the mentee to gain more independence by the final review.  To the extent possible, mentors and mentees will be matched based on expertise.   For more information on the program, please contact Lisa Benson at lbenson@clemson.edu. The application for mentees is available at: https://tinyurl.com/JEEreviewermentee.  Applications are due by February 15, 2019.

 

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  1. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: NSF wksp in Reno, June 5-7, Ed researchers sought to collaborate with 2-year colleges

 

Capacity-Building Workshop for Preparing Competitive NSF Proposals: Reno, Nevada June 5-7, 2019

Education researchers (faculty and postdocs) are sought for collaboration with two-year colleges (2YCs) developing proposals for submission to the National Science Foundation (NSF) S-STEM Program. S-STEM is a scholarship program for academically qualified, financially needy undergraduate STEM students, which has an emphasis on evidence-based practices for supporting these students as well as generating knowledge about recruitment and retention in STEM.

 

Participants will have the opportunity to serve as a Co-PI or a consultant on the proposal to develop a substantial research component.  NSF S-STEM grant funds can be used to support research costs, including graduate students, faculty salary, participant incentives, and travel.  Apply to attend at: https://goo.gl/forms/0qSPtgNgdjyiL7I52

Contact: Maura Borrego, University of Texas, Austin (maura.borrego@austin.utexas.edu)

 

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Holly M. Matusovich, PhD

Associate Professor

Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Programs

Engineering Education

Virginia Tech

355 Goodwin Hall

matushm@vt.edu


 

Posted by SMC on Feb. 11, 2019

Announcing the Call for 2019 WEPAN Award Nominations

Nominations now open for 2019!

Deadline: February 22, 2019

 

SUBMIT YOUR NOMINATION HERE
 WEPAN Awards honor key individuals, programs, and corporations for accomplishments that underscore WEPAN’s mission. Honorees demonstrate extraordinary service, significant achievement, model programs, and exemplary work environments that promote a culture of inclusion and the success of women in engineering.

WEPAN Awards will be presented at the Second Annual CoNECD Conferenceon April 15, 2019 in Arlington, VA. The Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity (CoNECD) is a collaborative effort of: NAMEPA, WEPAN, ASEE MIND & WIED.

To learn more about each award, access nomination forms, or to view a list of past recipients, please visit the WEPAN AWARDS website:https://www.wepan.org/page/WEPANAwards

Questions? Contact Awards Chair, Rachelle Reisberg at r.reisberg@northeastern.edu.

WEPAN 2018 AWARD WINNERS

May 8, 2018 – Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN), announced its 2018 Award Winners. The awards were presented April 30th at the 2018 WEPAN Annual Conference. This took place at the first annual Collaborative Network for Engineering and Computing Diversity (CoNECD) Conference in Crystal City, VA.

The prestigious WEPAN Awards honor key individuals, programs, and organizations for accomplishments that underscore WEPAN’s mission. Honorees demonstrate extraordinary service, significant achievement, model programs, and exemplary work environments that promote a culture of inclusion and the success of women in engineering.

The WEPAN Inclusive Culture and Equity Award – Awarded to Gretal Leibnitz for exemplary leadership in implementing programs that promote positive change to the climate and culture for women in engineering fields for serving as a model for others.

The WEPAN Betty Vetter Research Award – Awarded to Lynnette Madsen, National Science Foundation, for her research which has made a significant contribution to understanding issues related to women in engineering. The award is named in memory of Betty M. Vetter, a founding WEPAN Board member. Accepting the award on behalf of Dr. Madsen was Dr. Anne Kornahrens.

The WEPAN Women in Engineering Initiative Award – Awarded to Iowa State University’s Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) program which serves as a model for other institutions. Lora Leigh Chrystal, Director of the Program for Women in Science and Engineering, accepted the award on behalf of the program.

WEPAN / DiscoverE “Girl Day” Award – WEPAN and the DiscoverE Foundation have selected the University of Toledo Girl Day to receive this year’s award for outstanding programs which empower girls with information about opportunities in engineering. Leslie Collins, Executive Director of DiscoverE, was on hand to present the award to Dr. Lesley Berhan, Interim Assistant Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement and Associate Professor at University of Toledo.

The WEPAN Founders Award – Awarded to Jenna Carpenter, Founding Dean and Professor of Engineering, Campbell University for enduring, long-term service that epitomizes the spirit of the WEPAN Founders and contributes to the continued advancement of WEPAN.

The WEPAN President’s Award – This award is made by WEPAN’s President and recognizes exemplary accomplishment by individuals or groups who have made significant contributions to WEPAN’s goals and objectives. This year’s award recipient is Lee Ann Cochran, PRADCO.


Posted by SMC on Feb. 6, 2019

• Lecturer in Engineering Education 
ENSTA Bretagne is looking for a lecturer in Engineering Education at the engineering school in Brest, France. Candidates will be expected to contribute to the academic programs in the Department of Human and Social Sciences, through teaching courses at graduate and postgraduate levels and supervising graduate research in the nationally recognised CNAM FAP laboratory in Paris. Please find more information on the website here or contact Klara Kövesi.

• Paid intership at ENSTA Bretagne
The Engineering training and professionalization team of the ENSTA Bretagne is looking for a French and English speaking master level student for a 6-month paid internship starting as soon as possible.  The job description and details about the internship are available in this advertisement.


Posted by SMC on Feb. 5, 2019

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Undergraduate Research Experience on the Internet of Things (IoT), University of Central Florida. The Computer Science Department at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) will hold an 8‐week, 2019 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) on the Internet of Things http://iotreu.cs.ucf.edu/.

Application deadline: March 1, 2019

Interested students must submit applications online at http://iotreu.cs.ucf.edu/. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Damla Turgut at turgut@cs.ucf.edu


Posted by SMC on Feb. 5, 2019

Details on each of these provided below the list:

1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv
2. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: 2019 Apprentice Faculty Grant Program Accepting Applications until February 15
3. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS: Review Apprentice Faculty Grant Applications
4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: George Mason University – Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning, STEM Focus (tenure-track, assistant/associate rank)
5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoc Position at MIT, Educational Curriculum Mapping
6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Assistant Professor, Purdue’s School of Engineering Education
7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Professor of Practice, Department of Engineering Education (EngE) at Virginia Tech
8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (Tenure-Track), University of Portland, Shiley School of Engineering
9. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Lecturer in Technical Communication, School of Chemical, Materials and Biomedical Engineering, University of Georgia
10. CALL FOR PAPERS: Tenured/Tenure-track faculty position in structural engineering
11. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Study, he Instructional R&D group at UC Davis
12. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: National Study on Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Undergraduate Engineering Students
13. CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE EXTENSION Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop XI Call for Papers, Design Education & Practice “How Process Matters”
14. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: NSF-funded Study on Support for NSF CAREER Award
15. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Undergraduate Research Experience on the Internet of Things (IoT), University of Central Florida
16. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JEE Launches Mentored Reviewer Program

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1. Instructions for Submitted Announcements for the ERM Listserv

To send an announcement to the ERM listserv, please prepare a 2-3 paragraph description including any relevant URLs and contact info as well as a subject line. Do not include any attachments. Be sure that the announcement includes the person to contact with questions. Email all of this information to matushm@vt.edu with [ERM Announcement] in the subject line to facilitate email sorting. Announcements will be sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month. Each set of announcements will be included in the announcements email twice. Announcements will also be recorded on the ERM website: http://erm.asee.org/

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2. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: 2019 Apprentice Faculty Grant Program Accepting Applications until February 15
The Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) Program within the Educational Research and Methods (ERM) Division of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) encourages and honors promising new researchers who have the potential for substantial contributions to engineering education. In conjunction with the 2019 ASEE Annual Conference, the AFG program will grant up to four awards to graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, junior faculty, staff members, or senior ranking faculty who are transitioning into engineering education research. Each award will include: 1) getting paired with a mentor who is a senior researcher in the engineering education community and 2) some support for conference travel expenses (exact level of financial support is still under consideration, but will not exceed $500). AFG recipients are expected to attend the full duration of the annual ASEE conference, including two ERM events, and are highly encouraged to attend at least one workshop. For more details, including how to apply, see https://erm.asee.org/conferences/afg/. Please feel free to contact Jennifer Bekki <jennifer.bekki@asu.edu> or Courtney Faber < cfaber2@utk.edu>) with questions.

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3. ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS: Review Apprentice Faculty Grant Applications

We are seeking volunteers to review applications for this year’s ERM Apprentice Faculty Grant (AFG) program. The commitment requires reviewing 3 application packages, which will take approximately 30 minutes each. You will be provided specific review criteria and your responses will be collected online. Past award winners and senior engineering education researchers are particularly encouraged to help. With thanks from your ERM AFG committee co-chairs, Jennifer Bekki and Courtney Faber. If you have any questions please contact, Courtney Faber (cfaber2@utk.edu) or Jennifer Bekki (jennifer.bekki@asu.edu). To sign up to be a reviewer, please complete this form by February 16th.

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4. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: George Mason University – Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning, STEM Focus (tenure-track, assistant/associate rank)

The College of Education and Human Development at George Mason University invites applications for a STEM-focused faculty position in its academic program in Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning (ASTL) (https://gse.gmu.edu/advanced-teaching-studies). George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Mason’s academic and culturally inclusive environment. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, developing/maintaining a consequential research agenda and portfolio of external funding; teaching advanced professional development courses in the ASTL program; and working in collaboration with ASTL colleagues on program development, enrollment generation, and accreditation-related initiatives.

Applicants must have an earned doctorate in education or a related field, teaching experience at both the K-12 and university levels, and demonstrated potential for research excellence and external funding at the levels required to earn tenure at an R1 institution. Preferred qualifications include a research agenda focused on the advanced professional development of STEM educators, experience with the certification processes of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, expertise with problem-based learning and online learning initiatives, experience with diverse populations, and an ability to contribute to the College’s science education programs at the pre-service and doctoral levels. Apply here: https://jobs.gmu.edu/postings/44665

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5. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoc Position at MIT, Educational Curriculum Mapping

We are seeking a postdoc to work on the development and dissemination of educational maps, with a focus on mathematics curriculum. The project will involve data collection (primarily focused on learning outcomes), identification of conceptual linkages, creation of online interactive maps using MIT Mapping Lab tools, and utilization of maps to perform case studies. Possible focus areas include mapping the relationship between AP subjects and first-year college STEM subjects, creating maps that support self-preparation for Community College
mathematics placement exams, and mapping the relationships between the Common Core State Standards and college STEM subjects.

The ideal candidate would have a PhD in a STEM field, and past experience or a strong interest in educational technology, education policy, and/or mathematics education. Excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to work independently, and the ability to proactively set, prioritize, and accomplish goals are a must. The postdoc will be jointly supervised by the MIT Mapping Lab (http://mapping.mit.edu/) and the MIT Teaching+Learning Lab (http://tll.mit.edu/).

Initial appointment is for one year, with the possibility of renewal. A short-term research appointment would also be considered for an outstanding candidate with a master’s degree qualification but no PhD. To apply, please send a resume and brief statement of interest to Dr. K. Willcox (kwillcox@mit.edu) and Dr. D. Shah (dnshah@mit.edu).

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6. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Assistant Professor, Purdue’s School of Engineering Education

Purdue’s School of Engineering Education is receiving applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor opening. Please help us communicate this opportunity! See the announcement at https://engineering.purdue.edu/ENE/AboutUs/Employment. While the description says we are reviewing applications as of April 2, 2018, rest assured we are looking for new candidates now in January/February 2019.

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7. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Professor of Practice, Department of Engineering Education (EngE) at Virginia Tech

The Department of Engineering Education (EngE) at Virginia Tech is seeking applicants for a non-tenure-track, regular faculty position as Professor of Practice in Engineering Education at any rank. Applications are invited from individuals dedicated to undergraduate teaching and student engagement. Candidates are sought with experience related to teaching and developing courses in engineering problem solving, design, and professionalism at the undergraduate level. Experience with teaching applications of software tools (including CAD, computational programming, and/or data acquisition) is desirable, as well as experience teaching in a project-based learning environment. Responsibilities will include teaching up to 12 credit hours per semester in first-year engineering or an equivalent combination of teaching and course development, depending on department needs. Opportunities for supplemental summer teaching assignments are possible.

Qualifications for this position include an M.S. or Ph.D. in an engineering or closely-related field coupled with significant industry experience that includes design. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and be able to demonstrate an ability to effectively teach engineering courses at the undergraduate level. Review of applications will begin February 4, 2019. The start date for the position is August 10, 2019. Apply online at http://jobs.vt.edu to posting number TR0180184.

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8. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (Tenure-Track), University of Portland, Shiley School of Engineering

The Shiley School of Engineering is now seeking a tenure-track assistant professor to join our thriving academic community in August 2019. We are eager to prepare our students for a rapidly changing urban landscape and strongly encourage those with expertise in sustainable infrastructure and advanced computing and technology skills to apply. We recently approved a sustainability-focused environmental engineering minor and opened a Maker Space that allows for hands-on student activities to complement the curriculum. A new 30,000+ square feet Innovation Center designed to significantly increase cross-disciplinary collaboration and external partnerships is in the planning stages and we expect to renovate the civil engineering laboratories within the next three years. This is an ideal position for educators who are passionate about teaching and who want to work at a student-centered institution where we strive for a balance of professional education within a liberal arts environment.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering or a related area. Dedication to excellence in teaching is essential. To learn more about this position, our requirements and the application process, please read more at https://up.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobid=53244 Email engineering@up.edu with any questions or information about the University of Portland, Shiley School of Engineering.

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9. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Lecturer in Technical Communication, School of Chemical, Materials and Biomedical Engineering, University of Georgia

The School of Chemical, Materials, and Biomedical Engineering at the University of Georgia (UGA) invites applications for a 9-month non-tenure-track lecturer position to begin August 2019. The successful candidate is expected to: (1) develop and teach new courses in technical communication for engineers at the undergraduate and graduate levels (2) collaborate with faculty who wish to incorporate “write to learn” activities in biochemical and biological engineering courses (3) exhibit a strong commitment to teaching excellence at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and (4) actively participate in the research activities of the Engineering Education Transformations Institute.

Candidates should have a PhD in Technical Writing, Professional Writing, English or a closely related discipline OR MS in Technical Writing, Professional Writing, English or a closely related discipline with a minimum of five years’ experience teaching technical communication/writing courses at the college level as well as evidence of scholarship. Exceptions to the terminal degree requirement must be approved by the Vice President for Instruction prior to beginning employment at the University of Georgia. To apply, candidates should submit an application at: http://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/58540. Questions related to the position may be directed to the search committee chair, Dr. Rama Ramasamy (rama@uga.edu). Applications received before March 1, 2019 will be given full consideration.

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10. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Tenured/Tenure-track faculty position in structural engineering

The Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida invites applications for a 9 month, tenured/tenure track, full-time, position at the rank of Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in the Engineering School of Sustainable Infrastructure and Environment (ESSIE). ESSIE is seeking dynamic, highly qualified individuals interested in developing a nationally recognized program and collaborating with a dynamic and collegial faculty in the ESSIE Structural Engineering Group. Anticipated start date of August 2019.

For more information and to apply go to https://apply.interfolio.com/59323.

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11. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Research Study, he Instructional R&D group at UC Davis

The Instructional R&D group at UC Davis is doing some research and user testing of informal communication of teaching and learning research among educators, to try to find more effective ways of sharing research among practitioners, outside of journals and conferences. We think that strengthening the exchange between educational researchers and practitioners is of general interest to much of this community, and we’d be deeply grateful if you helped us by participating in a survey. The survey involves a short perusal of an informal research document (chosen at random from a set), followed by a brief activity regarding your experience reading the document. It should take about ten minutes.

The link is here: https://ucdavis.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bw66DE1M6vLvXCd

Naturally, your participation is voluntary, anonymous, and appreciated. Feel free to share the survey with other educators in your network, or contact PI Stephanie Pulford (spulford@ucdavis.edu) with further questions.Thank you!

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12. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: National Study on Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Undergraduate Engineering Students

We are researchers at Oregon State University conducting the first nation-wide study of transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) student experiences in engineering programs. We are hoping that this message and the questionnaire link is shared by students, faculty, and professionals across engineering. The purpose of this study is to document the experiences of TGNC engineering students and learn about the strategies that promote their success. This study is funded by the National Science Foundation (Grant # 1764103). The study is titled “Invisible gendered experiences: transgender and gender nonconforming students in engineering education.”
We are asking undergraduate students who identify as members of the TGNC community to participate in an online questionaire about their educational experiences. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. Your responses will be confidential. The research team includes members of the TGNC community and the process will be collaborative – with TGNC students having opportunities to participate in the interpretation of the data. You must be 18 years or older to participate in the study. At the end of the survey you will have the opportunity to receive a $5 Amazon gift card. Please click the link below for more information and to begin the questionnaire: http://oregonstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9So7zTHoVoN8h1P
Thank you, Michelle Bothwell, Qwo-Li Driskill, Andrea Haverkamp, and Devlin Montfort, Investigators

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13. CALL FOR PAPERS: DEADLINE EXTENSION Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop XI Call for Papers, Design Education & Practice “How Process Matters”

Two-page abstracts to be submitted by February 8, 2019 (date extended!)
Authors notified of acceptance by March 9, 2019, Presenting author registration deadline March 31, 2019, Final papers to be submitted by April 15, 2019, Workshop to be held May 30 – June 1, 2019
Website: https://mudddesignworkshop.com/
Call for Papers: https://mudddesignworkshop.com/callforpapers-mdwix/

Vision: Engineers, designers, and educators will gather to discuss the importance of process to the engineering design enterprise. Participants will reflect on the meaning of process in design, discuss stages and aspects of design processes, and compare approaches to teaching, learning, and practicing engineering design. In design education contexts, key learning goals and deliverables vary by course and experience; the focus may be on mastering particular design skills, building a high quality product, or gaining exposure to some or all of a design process. With variation in emphasis, important questions arise: How might the alternatives of formative or summative perspectives on design education be in real conflict or supportive of larger learning goals? What is the role of process in the context of engineering design education? And how does a process-led pedagogy differ from actual practice? Mission: To identify, articulate, and address the importance of process in engineering design and design education and to improve the methods by which process is taught, learned, and applied in the context of engineering design process activities. Possible topics are listed in the call for papers at https://mudddesignworkshop.com/callforpapers-mdwix/.

Experience: Podium sessions are initiated by brief position paper summaries from panelists followed by extended open discussion. Poster sessions will include multiple perspectives and will be included in the wrap-up session. The wrap-up session will collect the most important outputs for improving engineering design education for dissemination to the community. Participants will receive a preliminary proceedings containing near-final manuscripts of presented papers. Those drafts will subsequently be refined and reviewed for publication in a Special Issue of the International Journal of Engineering Education to comprise the archival proceedings of the Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop XI.

Abstracts should be submitted electronically to: https://hmc.formstack.com/forms/clive_l_dym_mudd_design_workshop_xi_abstracts and may be emailed to: Sydney_Torrey@hmc.edu and Gordon_Krauss@hmc.edu

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14. CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: NSF-funded Study on Support for NSF CAREER Award

Drs. Jennifer Karlin and Allison Godwin are working to develop an engineering education specific mentoring community and set of resources to support the development of early career faculty (NSF EEC 1837805/1837808). This project focuses on the NSF CAREER award as a particular indicator of early success in engineering education. We would like to invite all faculty (i.e., those who are thinking about applying, have applied, or have not applied) to participate in 7-10 minute survey about their experiences with the NSF CAREER award and any resources they used or found/would find useful in the application process. This survey is completely voluntary and anonymous and can be found here (click here). For more information about this project, contact Allison Godwin (godwina@purdue.edu).

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15. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Undergraduate Research Experience on the Internet of Things (IoT), University of Central Florida

The Computer Science Department at the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) will hold an 8‐week, 2019 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) on the Internet of Things http://iotreu.cs.ucf.edu/. REU students will be trained in research‐based theory and applications of IoT technologies, which extends the connected nature of computing devices to objects of the physical world. The REU students will join well‐established research groups under the close supervision of faculty with expertise in various IoT research areas such as smart cities, smart healthcare, and smart grids. Many of the research topics will require the students to utilize state-of-the-art techniques of artificial intelligence, machine learning and data analytics. REU program dates: May 27, 2019 ‐ July 19, 2019. Application deadline: March 1, 2019. Eligibility requirements: Sophomore, junior or senior undergraduates, Majors: computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, and mechanical engineering, Must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, Minimum overall GPA 2.7

Program Benefits: $4,000 stipend, travel allowance, UCF on-campus housing, daily meal allowance

Interested students must submit applications online at http://iotreu.cs.ucf.edu/. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Damla Turgut at turgut@cs.ucf.edu

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16. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: JEE Launches Mentored Reviewer Program

The Journal of Engineering Education (JEE) is commited to cultivate, disseminate, and archive scholarly research in engineering education. To expand our reviewer base and maintain the quality of manuscript reviews, JEE is launching a new Mentored Reviewer Program in January 2019. This program is intended to coach new or novice reviewers through the review process with mentor who has substantial experience in reviewing and writing engineering education research studies. We are inviting applications for mentees to the JEE Mentored Reviewer Program. Mentees for the program should be novices in engineering education research such as graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, and engineering faculty. Mentees should display evidence of developing expertise (through formal courses or real-world experiences) in research areas that align with the journal’s mission. Mentees should have developing expertise in either quantitative or qualitative research methods. Individuals from countries other than the United States are welcome and encouraged to apply.

The Mentored Reviewer Program is expected to be a competitive program for both mentors and mentees. All mentors and mentees will be acknowledged at the ASEE annual meeting and will receive a certificate recognizing their accomplishments through their participation in the program during the previous year. Mentees will be asked to participate in an online training with their mentors and JEE editors that will include an introduction to JEE and an overview of expectations for reviews. During the mentorship period (approximately 6 months), mentors and mentees will be asked to work together on approximately three article reviews. A scaffolded approach to the review process will be provided allowing the mentee to gain more independence by the final review. To the extent possible, mentors and mentees will be matched based on expertise. For more information on the program, please contact Lisa Benson at lbenson@clemson.edu. The application for mentees is available at: https://tinyurl.com/JEEreviewermentee. Applications are due by February 15, 2019.
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Holly M. Matusovich, PhD
Associate Professor
Assistant Department Head for Undergraduate Programs
Engineering Education
Virginia Tech
355 Goodwin Hall
matushm@vt.edu


For architecture educators and education researchers:

#ACSA107 Call for Drawings
Submission Deadline: January 30, 2019

107th Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh
Advance Registration Deadline: January 30, 2019

JAE 73:2 Work
Deadline: February 1, 2019

2020 ACSA Fall Conference: Request for Proposals
Deadline: February 27, 2019

107th Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh
March 28-30, 2019

ACSA/AISC Steel Design Student Competition
Registration Deadline: April 3, 2019

TImber in the CIty Competition
Registration Deadline: April 3, 2019

HERE + NOW | A House for the 21st Century Competition
Registration Deadline: April 3, 2019

BUILT2LAST | Resilience Concrete Design Challenge
Registration Deadline: April 3, 2019

Technology I Architecture + Design Editorial Board Call for Candidates
Registration Deadline: April 5, 2019


 

For education researchers:

SRHE Events
Webinar: SRHE Newer Researcher Awards 2019
Date – Tuesday, 12 February 2019, 13:00 – 14:00 GMT
Venue – Online event – log in details to follow
Network – Newer Researchers
This Webinar is aimed to help support those interested in applying for the SRHE Newer Researcher (NR) Award in 2019. Three awards of £3,000 GBP are available for research proposals from candidiates within 6 years of the completion of a PhD or equivalent professional qualification , and to those relatively new to the field of Higher Education Research. Full details on the criteria and eligibility for these awards, plus the application form are available from:
https://srhe.ac.uk/research/SRHE_newer_researchers.aspThe Webinar will provide a brief introduction to the SRHE Newer Researcher Awards, including the perspective of the Society’s Research & Development Committee, which oversees the development of these awards and reviews the applications received.The webinar will include the perspectives of two recent award winners in terms of their experience of applying, receiving and completing the awards process, plus the opportunities this has led to.There will also be some time for questions on their experiences, and indeed on any aspect of the Newer Researcher Award scheme itself.Outline programme:1300: Introduction & overview1305: Committee view: Advice on preparing and planning your NR Award Proposal1315: View from a recent NR Award Winner 11330: View from a recent NR Award Winner 21345: Summary & Top Tips1350: Q&A14:00 CloseThe webinar is free to all participants, members and non-members. Simply register below and a link will be circulated by 11th February (in advance of the Webinar on Tuesday 12th February (1300-1400)

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Mudd Design Workshop to be held May 30 – June 1, 2019 shared by Reid Bailey of the University of Virginia.

 
CALL FOR PAPERS:  Clive L. Dym Mudd Design Workshop XI: Design Education & Practice “How Process Matters”


Come explore the role of process in the context of engineering design education in this highly interaction workshop-style conference for scholars and practitioners of design education.  The small size of the Workshop means you get to form meaningful connections with other attendees.

 
February 8, 2019 (date extended!) – 2 page abstracts due
April 15, 2019  — Final papers
May 30 – June 1, 2019 – Workshop held at Harvey Mudd
Robert L. Nagel, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Engineering, James Madison University
Chair, Design in Engineering Education Division (DEED), American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)
Office:  MSC 4113, EnGeo 1111, Harrisonburg, VA  22807
Phone:  (540) 568-4956
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1. First-year Engineering Experience Call for Papers

The First Year Programs Division of ASEE is accepting abstracts and proposals for papers and workshops to be presented at the 11th Annual First Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) Conference to be held July 28-30, 2019 at Penn State in State College, PA. Paper Abstract and Workshop Proposals are due Feb 8, 2019. Draft papers will be due March 25, with final papers due June 3. For more information about the conference and abstract/proposal submission visit the FYEE website (https://sites.asee.org/fyee/).

2. Position Announcement: Duke University

The Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University (Durham, NC) invites applications for a teaching-focused faculty member to teach in the First-Year Design program. This person will be a member of a teaching team that delivers and continuously improves a required, innovative, hands-on, first-year engineering design course. In the course, students work in teams to develop solutions and build prototypes to solve client-based problems across all fields of engineering. A successful candidate is expected to contribute knowledge in pedagogy, curriculum development, assessment, and design education.

Applications should be submitted electronically through AcademicJobsOnline.org, position #12853 (https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/12853). For questions, please contact Dr. Ann Saterbak at ann.saterbak@duke.edu.

3. Position Announcement: University of New Haven

The Tagliatela College of Engineering at the University of New Haven seeks an energetic, engineering educator to help refine and deliver our innovative engineering curriculum. We invite applications for a non-tenure-track faculty position in the Department of Engineering and Applied Science Education (EASE). The successful candidate will be expected to teach and coordinate courses within our Multidisciplinary Curriculum including the development, implementation and delivery of project-based curricula that leverage the use of the University Makerspace.

For more information, please see the full job posting at: (https://apply.interfolio.com/58391). Questions may be directed to Maria-Isabel Carnasciali, PhD, Department Chair, at mcarnasciali@newhaven.edu or 203.932.7159

4. Position Announcement: Virginia Tech

The Department of Engineering Education (EngE) at Virginia Tech is seeking applicants for a non-tenure-track, regular faculty position as Professor of Practice in Engineering Education at any rank. Applications are invited from individuals dedicated to undergraduate teaching and student engagement. Candidates are sought with experience related to teaching and developing courses in engineering problem solving, design, and professionalism at the undergraduate level. Experience with teaching applications of software tools (including CAD, computational programming, and/or data acquisition) is desirable, as well as experience teaching in a project-based learning environment. Responsibilities will include teaching up to 12 credit hours per semester in first-year engineering or an equivalent combination of teaching and course development, depending on department needs. Opportunities for supplemental summer teaching assignments are possible.

Qualifications for this position include an M.S. or Ph.D. in an engineering or closely-related field coupled with significant industry experience that includes design. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and be able to demonstrate an ability to effectively teach engineering courses at the undergraduate level. Review of applications will begin February 4, 2019. The start date for the position is August 10, 2019. Apply online at (http://jobs.vt.edu) to posting number TR0180184.

5. Position Announcement: University of Colorado, Boulder

The College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a full-time Instructor position in the Engineering Plus Program. This program integrates traditional engineering disciplines such as Aerospace, Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering with a multi-disciplinary and design-based approach. This position will support the Engineering Plus Program in teaching hands-on project courses and engaging in engineering education research. The Engineering Plus Program also partners with the award-winning Integrated Teaching and Learning Program to deliver hands-on, design rich engineering curriculum to students throughout CEAS. Candidates must have earned either a Master’s Degree, supplemented with extensive teaching experience, or a Ph.D. in an engineering discipline, engineering education or a closely related field. Successful candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to high-quality undergraduate engineering education and active engagement in an engineering field. An interest in improving undergraduate engineering education and modern pedagogy is desirable, and teaching experience is preferred. Ability and desire to teach two or more core engineering courses (such as first-year design, engineering math, thermodynamics, statics, materials science, circuits, and data analysis) are essential.

The successful candidate will likely be appointed as an Instructor of the Engineering Plus Program, although appointment as a Senior Instructor is possible dependent on experience and qualifications. As with all CU-Boulder faculty, the position integrates teaching, service and research components. This is a non-tenure track nine-month appointment and involves teaching three courses per semester on the CU Boulder campus. The position will report to the Directors of the Engineering Plus Program. Applicants must submit their applications on-line at CU Boulder Jobs (https://www.colorado.edu/jobs/), job posting number 13685. Submit a PDF file containing a cover letter stating your research areas (1 pg.), names and contact information for 3 to 5 references, curriculum vita, and statements describing your goals related to teaching (2-3 pgs.) and research (2-3 pgs.). Review of applications will begin as they are received, and will continue until the position is filled. For inquiries, please contact Christina Oerter at Christina.Oerter@Colorado.edu.

 

Professor of Practice in Engineering Education at Virginia Tech

The Department of Engineering Education (EngE) at Virginia Tech is seeking applicants for a non-tenure-track, regular faculty position as Professor of Practice in Engineering Education at any rank. Applications are invited from individuals dedicated to undergraduate teaching and student engagement. Candidates are sought with experience related to teaching and developing courses in engineering problem solving, design, and professionalism at the undergraduate level. Experience with teaching applications of software tools (including CAD, computational programming, and/or data acquisition) is desirable, as well as experience teaching in a project-based learning environment. Responsibilities will include teaching up to 12 credit hours per semester in first-year engineering or an equivalent combination of teaching and course development, depending on department needs. Opportunities for supplemental summer teaching assignments are possible.

Qualifications for this position include an M.S. or Ph.D. in an engineering or closely-related field coupled with significant industry experience that includes design. The successful candidate will have excellent communication skills and be able to demonstrate an ability to effectively teach engineering courses at the undergraduate level.

Review of applications will begin February 4, 2019. The start date for the position is August 10, 2019.

Apply online at http://jobs.vt.edu to posting number TR0180184.

PhD studentship in Pedagogy Transformation for Design Engineering at Imperial College London (posted 3 Jan 2019)

https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/BOP607/phd-studentship-in-pedagogy-transformation-for-design-engineering

Home/EU full tuition fees for 3 years, write-up fees, and an annual tax-free stipend of £20,800 for 3 years

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic individual to undertake a PhD in the Dyson School of Design Engineering in collaboration with the Centre for Higher Education Research and Scholarship.

The PhD will investigate pedagogical challenges and opportunities related to the development of a pedagogy transformation initiative with the working title of Visualising Collaborative Projects (VCP). The aim of the overall initiative is to explore how a technology enhanced learning platform can enhance project based and transdisciplinary working across the range of disciplines and course types at Imperial College and within the broader higher education context. The PhD study will aim to develop new knowledge and establish a robust evidence base related to educational theory founded on the principles of: technology enhanced project-based learning, equality and diversity, data and project-artefact visualisation.

The VCP is proposed as an initiative to transform Learning and Teaching in Project Based Learning (PBL) modules by developing a digital platform where projects can be proposed, discovered, developed, submitted, and showcased. The platform shall seek to enhance the pedagogic value of PBL activities, maximise the effectiveness and impact of projects, and facilitate in the evaluation of authentic assessment criteria through a range of tools for expert and prior work discovery, visualisation, and tools to encourage state of the art project and team management practice.

This research project is part of a major multi-disciplinary educational research agenda at Imperial College and will be co-supervised between the Dyson School of Design Engineering and the Centre for Higher Education Research and Scholarship. The initiative encompasses existing project-based work on the MEng in Design Engineering course and other programmes in the School including MSc/MA Innovation Design Engineering and MSc/MA Global Innovation Design programmes jointly with the Royal College of Art. Integration with project-based work within the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and transdisciplinary elective modules offered across the College is planned.

Applicants should have a keen interest in Higher Education Research. Ideally, applicants have experience or knowledge of online learning pedagogies and/or the translation of face-to-face teaching into online learning modes, experience within or of Higher Education, and good knowledge of research methods as applied to educational research

Applications are invited from candidates with a Masters in a discipline related to pedagogy, learning technology, or online learning. Also refer to Imperial requirements for PhD studentships: www.imperial.ac.uk/study/pg/apply/requirements/pgacademic.

Informal enquiries regarding this position should be made to either Dr. Stephen Green(Stephen.green@imperial.ac.uk) or Dr. Freddie Page (freddie.page@imperial.ac.uk), who will be supervisors for this project with colleagues from the Centre for Higher Education Research and Scholarship

Queries regarding the application process should be directed to Lucie Richards,lucie.richards@imperial.ac.uk

Closing date for applications: Monday, 14 January 2019, 5pm.

Interviews to be held between 4-6 February 2019

sent by:

Dr A. Freddie Page
Strategic Teaching Fellow
Year 1 Coordinator, MEng Design Engineering
Departmental Disabilities Officer (2018/19 MEng Cohort)
Dyson School of Design Engineering,
Imperial College London
Tel: 020 759 48165
https://fourier.space

Assistant Warden, Beit Hall
Duty Mobile: 07764285894
https://hallsf.imperial.ac.uk/beit

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Architectural pedagogies, multiple intelligences and educational inclusion (posted 3 December 2018)

Funded PhD position being advertised at;
https://www.findaphd.com/phds/project/architectural-pedagogies-multiple-intelligences-and-educational-inclusion-advert-reference-rdf19-ee-abe-holgate/?p103688

Please bring this to the attention of potential candidates.
Many thanks
Roger

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