Dear Community Members,
Please see the note below, courtesy of Dr. Ellen Kuhl, regarding a teaching
faculty position with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford
I would like to share a unique opportunity in Making:
Our Department of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford invites applications for a
teaching professor, at all levels of seniority, with specialization in topics
related to design and manufacturing:
The ideal applicant has a strong commitment to teaching, knowledge of
pedagogical research, a track record of effective instruction, experience
developing new courses, and a national reputation in Mechanical Engineering
education, or, for junior applicants, potential for the same.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to shape our department's
future in design and making education. The candidate will teach classes,
typically two per academic quarter, develop undergraduate curriculum, and
provide leadership in the broader Mechanical Engineering educational community.
Please feel free to share broadly and reach out if you have specific questions
about this position.
Walter B. Reinhold Professor in the School of Engineering
Robert Bosch Chair and Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Research Group: https://livingmatter.stanford.edu
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School of Systems and Enterprises
Stevens Institute of Technology
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