The School of Engineering at Vanderbilt University (VUSE) is seeking a pool of qualified adjuncts for a range of part-time teaching assignments in its online Master of Engineering in Engineering Management.
Openings begin in Summer of 2020. Successful candidates will contribute to a dynamic and growing school that provides students with an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary education in Engineering Management. Candidates will be evaluated on their teaching credentials and potential for delivering high quality instruction to masters students.
Adjunct faculty will be responsible for teaching one or more courses, holding office hours, and participating in course evaluations and assessments. Assignments include evening courses and will be conducted online. Adjunct positions are on a course-by-course basis, and successful acceptance into the adjunct pool does not guarantee an offer of a contract.
Applicants must possess a doctoral degree and provide evidence of industry experience and successful university teaching experience. To apply, please submit your cover letter, curriculum vita, and contact information for 2-3 references at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
About Vanderbilt University
Vanderbilt University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action employer that aspires to become a leader among peer institutions in making meaningful and lasting progress in responding to the needs and concerns of women and members of underrepresented minority groups.
Ranked in the top 15 nationally, Vanderbilt University is a private, internationally recognized research university located on 330 park-like acres 1.5 miles from downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Its 10 distinct schools share a single cohesive campus that nurtures interdisciplinary activities. The university has a student body of over 12,500 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, including 36% minority students and over 1,100 international students from 84 countries. The School of Engineering currently comprises 100 tenured and tenure-track faculty, operates with an annual budget of over $100 million, including over $70 million from externally funded research, and serves over 1,400 undergraduate and 500 graduate students. In the 2017 rankings of graduate engineering programs by U.S. News & World Report, the School ranks in the top five among programs with 100 faculty or fewer and has risen steadily in the rankings over the past decade.