This is an undergraduate-level course and an introduction to digital devices, how they operate, and how they can be designed to perform useful functions. It forms a foundation for the more advanced hardware courses in our CS, CE, and EE curricula. You will teach digital design through a combination of lectures, homework, and a hands-on laboratory. The laboratory is an integral part of the course that shows how the theory of digital design learned in lectures is applied in practice to construct real digital systems. Instructor will be responsible for developing course materials, lecturing, holding office hours and preparing and grading exams, managing and grading class projects
Strong oral presentation and communication skills.
Ability to teach introductory courses in computer science and engineering.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field.
The instructor must have demonstrated knowledge of digital logic design.
Prior teaching experience is preferred.
Job Family: LEO Hours 16 (40%) Salary Range: $12,325 per term at 40% effort
NOTE: This position is posted for and limited to fall term 2018 only. Start date of the appointment is September 1, 2018 and ends on December 31, 2018. It is currently open and subject to final administrative approval. The deadline for application is the last day of the posting period. A decision will be made by August 21, 2018.
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