Position Summary Information
The Department of Bioengineering at Santa Clara University seeks applications for one academic year adjunct lecturers (AYALs) for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Depending on qualifications; benefits eligible
Earned Ph.D. in Bioengineering, Biochemistry, Biology or a closely related field and/or equivalent professional experience.
Demonstrated excellence in teaching bioengineering at the graduate and undergraduate levels and understanding and commitment to the Santa Clara University teaching model.
A. The position is available for the teaching and service for Department of Bioengineering at Santa Clara University. The total loads are 9 CEs (course equivalents) per academic year. The individual is required to teach minimum 7 CEs with lectures and lab sessions. The rest CE units can be converted to Department and/or School of Engineering services.
B. Fulfilling other instructional or academic duties as assigned by the Chair of Bioengineering or by the Dean of Engineering, including:
a. Student advising on academic and career planning.
b. Attending departmental and school meetings, required trainings, and other events as requested.
c. Research is not accounted towards “services” for this position.
C. Teaching courses in bioengineering including lower division undergraduate courses, and upper division undergraduate courses and graduate courses in one or more areas of expertise. At a minimum, teaching shall include:
a. Preparing for and conducting all assigned class meetings;
b. Assigning and evaluating student work appropriately;
c. Being available to students for consultation outside of class;
d. Submitting electronic copies of each syllabus, including approved expecte learning outcomes, and examinations to the Chair of the Department of Bioengineering;
e. Assigning student grades appropriately and submitting them to the Office of Student Records by the designated deadline; and
f. Complying with university and school policies, including those delineated in the School of Engineering Term Faculty Handbook.
D. The qualified candidate must have the expertise to teach the following courses and labs:
BIOE 1 (Emerging Areas in Bioengineering); BIOE 10 (Introduction to Bioengineering); BIOE 21 (Introduction to Physiology); BIOE 32 (Introduction to Biochemical Engineering); BIOE 175 (Biomolecular and Cellular Engineering I); BIOE 176 (Biomolecular and Cellular Engineering II); BIOE 172 (Introduction to Tissue Engineering); BIOE 186/286 (Introduction to Biotechnology); BIOE 179 (Introduction to Neural Engineering); BIOE 320 (Cancer Immunotherapy).
In addition to the courses above, the qualified candidate is expected to have the expertise to establish and teach some or most of the following topics for BIOE upper division and graduate courses:
Recombinant DNA Technology for Genetic Engineering
Recombinant DNA Technology Lab
Immune Systems for Engineering
Stem Cell Engineering
Precision Medicine and Pharmacogenomics
Biomarkers and Molecular Diagnostics
Biomedical Image Analysis
Bio-inspired computing (Intro)
Santa Clara University does not sponsor any visa applications for this position. The successful candidate must be able to provide evidence of identity and legal authorization to work in the United States.
Posting Detail Information
Open Until Filled
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applications will be reviewed immediately and the search will continue until the positions are filled.
Unless requested to do so, applicants should not send letters of reference or transcripts.
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