Massachusetts Institute of
The MIT Department of Chemical
seeks a lecturer to add to the
flexibility of teaching and scheduling in the department.
This will include participating in teaching primary sophomore and
senior core courses (complementing a senior lecturer’s efforts in
10.10 and/or 10.490 or 10.450) and participating in lab courses
(10.26/27/29) or intro classes (10.00).
The role includes providing lab
support, engaging new teaching and experiential learning methods,
being a champion for the evolving maker community at MIT, working
with students to evaluate their laboratory experience and proposing
improvements in line with their concerns, maintaining office hours
for student support outside of laboratory and classroom hours, and
performing other duties as needed.
Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering
Broad knowledge base in core areas of chemical engineering
Ability to lecture introductory- and intermediate-level
chemical engineering courses such as those on heat, mass and energy
balances or chemical engineering thermodynamics and to maintain a
laboratory focus relevant to introductory or upper-level design
Strong laboratory and teaching skills at the undergraduate
level related to basic chemistry, chemical and biochemical
engineering, and bioreactors for pharmaceutical, energy, and other
current chemical engineering applications
Proficiency with instrumentation and software used for
laboratory data analysis and content delivery
Strong communication and interpersonal skills for facilitating
the safe exploration of lab concepts by undergraduate students
Ability to write laboratory instructional material
Ability to work both independently and in a team-based
M.S. or Ph.D.
Interested candidates may apply online
Please reference job number 21070 .
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