The Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE) Department is part of the College of Engineering and Computer Science. The department currently has 15 full-time faculty members, and over 600 students. We offer degrees in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, and also jointly offer Computer Engineering degrees with the Computer Science Department, at both the Bachelors and Masters level. The undergraduate program is accredited by EAC of ABET. We view the faculty as a team, assembled to pursue a set of defined educational goals for the Department. We strive to ensure that workload is fairly distributed and that it is consistent with both the professional desires and strengths of the individual faculty members and the goals of the Department.
- Teach a wide variety of classes in the electrical and computer engineering curricula, typically 4 courses per semester. - Teach, support, and develop, as necessary, undergraduate and graduate courses and laboratories in areas of interest to the department. - Supervise graduate student research and projects. - Perform instructionally related duties such as curriculum development, program outcomes assessment, student advising and mentoring. - Take an active role on departmental, college and university committees and be engaged in professional activities and community service. - Engage in research or scholarly activities and pursue support for laboratory development, teaching or research.
- Undergraduate and doctoral degrees in Electrical Engineering or closely-related program. ABD applicants will be accepted. If ABD, all requirements for the doctoral degree must be completed by August 2020. - Expertise in analog and digital electronics, including the design of electronic circuits and systems. - Commitment to excellence in teaching and demonstrated potential for outstanding teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. - Ability to relate theory to practice. - Ability to work with a diverse student population and faculty. - Ability to collaborate effectively with peers. - Ability to teach and communicate effectively, as evidenced by lists of seminars given and courses or laboratories taught. - Ability and willingness to teach core (i.e., required) classes in the undergraduate curriculum, as well as a variety of electives broadly related to analog and digital electronics. - Evidence of scholarly potential, including but not limited to journal publications and conference presentations, and the potential to obtain external funds for laboratory development, teaching or research.
- Industry and/or practical electrical engineering experience. - Documented experience and/or interest in areas representing the breadth of the discipline of electrical engineering. - Experience and/or interest in both analog and digital electronics, including the design of electronic systems at the printed-circuit board level.
Initial Application Review: 01/13/2020
Posting Number: F0157P
Internal Number: 4577
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