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The Department of Mechanical Engineering seeks a Lecturer to teach ME 360, Modeling, Analysis and Control of Dynamic Systems for Winter Term 2019 January 1, 2019 - April 30, 2019.
Duties include preparing and delivering lectures (length of lectures depends on credits for the class), preparing and grading homeworks, projects, and exams (as appropriate), and assigning individual and term grades.
Hours: 16 hours per week
NOTE: This position is only for the winter term 2019. This is an open position.
A Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering or related field, and previous teaching experience at the university level are strongly preferred.
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