Tenure-track Position in Techn

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Tenure-track Position in Technology and Applied Design-Electronics The Technology and Applied Design (TAD) Program at Berea College announces a tenure-track position in Electricity and Electronics, beginning August 2021. TAD is an immersive and creative environment that provides students with the understanding and skills to address a wide range of real-world problems. Our coursework balances theory with hands-on application and utilizes a range of technology in well-equipped labs. TAD seeks a dynamic faculty member to aid in the enhancement of the department's electricity and electronics curriculum. The successful applicant will teach in all levels of the TAD Electricity and Electronics courses (TAD 265 and 460) and contribute to other areas of the TAD Program. An interest in sustainable energy, automation, embedded systems, or robotics would also be favorably considered. An ability to teach and/or collaborate across departments and divisions would be viewed as valuable. In addition, the faculty member would be responsible for working with students in the College's renowned labor program and contributing to the General Studies program. TAD students complete coursework in a range of fields, from renewable energy production to graphic design to product development and production. In any given semester students may work to further our campus's mission of sustainability by developing new methods of heating for campus greenhouses, by participating as a team member on the solar vehicle project, by designing and testing low cost underwater sensors for coral reef restoration in the Caribbean, or by designing and testing a new product line through the application of rapid prototyping using parametric modeling, 3d printing, laser cutting and computer numerical controlled machining along with traditional techniques. The program is currently in the design phase of our new building. TAD seeks a faculty member to help continue to shape the program and best prepare students for a future of inquiry, service, and action. The successful candidate should have a terminal degree in an appropriate field and be prepared to teach and develop courses in Technology and Applied Design. Applicants with experience in Engineering (Automation, Computer, Electrical, Production), En
Tenure-track Position in Technology and Applied Design-Electronics The Technology and Applied Design (TAD) Program at Berea College announces a tenure-track position in Electricity and Electronics, beginning August 2021. TAD is an immersive and creative environment that provides students with the understanding and skills to address a wide range of real-world problems. Our coursework balances theory with hands-on application and utilizes a range of technology in well-equipped labs. TAD seeks a dynamic faculty member to aid in the enhancement of the department's electricity and electronics curriculum. The successful applicant will teach in all levels of the TAD Electricity and Electronics courses (TAD 265 and 460) and contribute to other areas of the TAD Program. An interest in sustainable energy, automation, embedded systems, or robotics would also be favorably considered. An ability to teach and/or collaborate across departments and divisions would be viewed as valuable. In addition, the faculty member would be responsible for working with students in the College's renowned labor program and contributing to the General Studies program. TAD students complete coursework in a range of fields, from renewable energy production to graphic design to product development and production. In any given semester students may work to further our campus's mission of sustainability by developing new methods of heating for campus greenhouses, by participating as a team member on the solar vehicle project, by designing and testing low cost underwater sensors for coral reef restoration in the Caribbean, or by designing and testing a new product line through the application of rapid prototyping using parametric modeling, 3d printing, laser cutting and computer numerical controlled machining along with traditional techniques. The program is currently in the design phase of our new building. TAD seeks a faculty member to help continue to shape the program and best prepare students for a future of inquiry, service, and action. The successful candidate should have a terminal degree in an appropriate field and be prepared to teach and develop courses in Technology and Applied Design. Applicants with experience in Engineering (Automation, Computer, Electrical, Production), En
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