Part-Time Faculty - Management/Engineering & Computer Science

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Job # 075781 Job Title Part-Time Faculty - Management/Engineering & Computer Science Location Whitman School of Management Pay Range Commensurate w/ Experience FLSA Status Exempt Hours
Tuesday/Thursday 3:30-4:50pm Job Type Part-time Rank PTI/Adjunct Campus Syracuse, NY Unionized Position Code UA Job Description
The Martin J. Whitman School of Management and College of Engineering & Computer Science at Syracuse University is seeking a part-time instructor to teach BUA / CEE 275 – Infrastructure & Society during the fall semester.

Course description: This is the first course in the multi-disciplinary Infrastructure, Cities and the Future minor that combines material from the disciplines of business, engineering, policy, design, and information science and applies this content to the study of infrastructure management and development. This course provides an interdisciplinary view of urban infrastructure (transportation, water supply, energy systems, communications, etc.). Exploring the role that infrastructure plays in society, the course covers such topics as resilience, sustainability, economic and community impacts, finance, infrastructure development in the global economy, and smart cities. Ultimately, the course seeks to provide students with an understanding of the challenges and possibilities inherent in modern infrastructures. Qualifications
Master’s degree or equivalent. Job Specific Qualifications
- Must have good communication skills

- Industry experience in areas related to infrastructure, such as but not limited to urban development, smart cities, construction, funding and engineering

- Detailed knowledge about the current and historic role of infrastructure and society, including the political, sociological and ethical aspects of infrastructure, the current state and challenges to current US and global infrastructure, and related areas such as sustainability and smart cities

- Must be available and willing to teach following a Tuesday/Thursday 3:30-4:50 schedule throughout entire Fall semester

- Prior university-level teaching in a related area is preferred Responsibilities
- Updating course syllabus in line with overall course goals and minor program objectives, in collaboration with Whitman School of Management and College of Engineering and Computer Science

- Preparation of lectures, projects and other student assignments

- Maintaining regularly scheduled office hours

- Presenting instruction based on the competencies and performance level of the course

- Meeting all designated class periods

- Submitting completed mid-semester progress reports and final grades according to university regulations and school/college-level policies

- Providing departmentally sanctioned form for completing student evaluations

- Grading student assignments and exams in timely manner

- Building a positive rapport with students and other faculty members

- Other responsibilities as indicated. Physical Requirements Tools/Equipment Application Instructions
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