The Institute for Molecular Engineering (IME) is a unique interdisciplinary institute launched by the University of Chicago in 2011 with the aim of translating molecular-level science into technological solutions with potential societal impact in health care, energy, environmental sustainability and information technology.
The University of Chicago's Institute for Molecular Engineering (IME) seeks a creative, highly motivated Lecturer in the domain of Bioengineering, including its Bioengineering Laboratory and Bioengineering Design experience. The successful applicant will lead an effort to design, assemble, and teach a set of advanced laboratories focused on experimental bioengineering science, in conjunction with related lecture classes. These courses and laboratories will be taken by University of Chicago undergraduates enrolled in the IME's undergraduate B.S. program. In addition, the Lecturer will be responsible for leading the IME's intensive experimental and theoretical capstone design experience in the domain of Bioengineering, working with other lecturers in other domains.
The initial appointment will be for three (3) years, renewable pending satisfactory performance. Minimum qualifications include a PhD in a relevant engineering field and evidence of strong communication skills. Applicants must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, names of three professional references to be contacted separately for letters, and a written statement on teaching experience and plans.
To apply, please visit the University of Chicago's Academic Career Opportunities website, https://academiccareers.uchicago.edu/ and requisition # 03173. The review of the applications will start on February 1, 2017 and continue until the position is filled.
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