ERM Announcements, April 1, 2021

Dear ERM members,

Be on the alert today! I woke up early this morning to my son very excitedly telling me that there was a bear in the backyard, which is not uncommon where I live. I jumped out of bed with my phone eager to capture a photo…and then realized I had been duped! Happy April Fool’s Day everyone! I hope you pull some good jokes on your friends and family…and aren’t fooled like I was!

There are lots of good announcements in today’s e-mail! I wanted to call your attention to the first general announcement, which is the open nomination for ERM Directors and Chair. Running for a position is an excellent way to get involved with ERM. And for those of you who have already held leadership positions in ERM, I hope to see you running for Chair! I have really enjoyed this position and getting to know all the ERM members. But it’s almost time for me to pass the hat to someone else. Get your nominations in soon – they are due by April 20.

I hope you all have a great rest of your week! Happy Spring! And Happy Easter to those who celebrate it.

Sarah

ERM Announcements for 4/1/2021

General Announcements

ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Nominations open for ERM Directors and Chair
ASEE ANNOUNCEMENT: Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (CDEI) March 2021 Updates
JEE ANNOUNCEMENT: Journal of Engineering Education Revised Author and Reviewer Guidelines: Seeking Community Input
JEE ANNOUNCEMENT: JEE Star Reviewers
REES ANNOUNCEMENT: REES call for abstracts by 4/30/2021
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: PEER Collaborative Annual Unconference Announcement, Information, and Registration
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Registration for NETI-3D and NETI-3E open
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Events at UNO STEM Trail Center
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Applications being accepted to the 5th Dissertation Institute
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference
CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Participants needed for a study of student socioeconomic experiences
CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Entrepreneurial Mindset in Engineering Classrooms
CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Reflection in Engineering Classrooms
CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Study on relevance of different teaching techniques

Position Announcements

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Dean at Tickle College of Engineering at University of Tennessee
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Editor-in-Chief, Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting biomedical engineering faculty position at Bucknell University
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: University of Florida Chief Diversity Officer
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Full time temporary faculty position in Environmental Resources Engineering at Humboldt State University
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Fellow at Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholar in the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education at Penn State
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Professor position(s) at the Assistant or Associate rank at Virginia Tech Department of Engineering Education

General Announcements

ERM ANNOUNCEMENT: Nominations open for ERM Directors and Chair

The Education Research and Methods Division Bylaws state that in odd-numbered years, the membership shall elect two Directors and a chair. As such, the nominating committee is opening nominations April 1 – 20, 2021. Below are descriptions of the positions open for nominations. All that is required are name, affiliation, and email via email to Nicole Pitterson – npitters@vt.edu during the nomination period.

Directors: Directors shall be elected to serve a two-year term and shall not be eligible to serve a second successive term. Two directors shall be elected each year. Directors may be asked to serve in a capacity as determined by the Chair.

Chair: The Chair shall be elected in odd-numbered years to serve a two-year term, and having served a two-year term, may not be re-nominated for a succeeding two-year term. The nominees for Chair shall have previously served at least one full term as a Division officer. The Vice-Chair for ASEE Programs shall serve as acting Chair in the event the Chair cannot serve. The Chair shall have administrative responsibility for this Division. The Chair shall serve as ERM representative on such committees or boards of ASEE which the ASEE constitution and bylaws shall designate.

ERM Bylaws: https://erm.asee.org/bylaws/

Elections are scheduled to be held May 1 – May 17, 2021.

ASEE ANNOUNCEMENT: Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (CDEI) March 2021 Updates
Chairs Updates: Our proposal to the ASEE Board for a Year of Impact on Racial Equity was approved! The year will start after the 2021 Annual Conference ends. We will need your help to make the year of impact as powerful as possible. Thanks to all the quarterly all-hands meeting attendees who provided great ideas for the different focus areas that we proposed.

We are also working with ASEE to raise visibility and address an issue with ASEE conference papers that become inaccessible to screen readers during the formatting process, and also a bigger issue that may need Author’s Kit revisions to make papers accessible prior to uploading.

Communications: We have new blog posts for you to check out: Scholar Spotlight of Dr. Carlotta Berry (https://diversity.asee.org/deicommittee/2021/02/02/asee-cdei-scholar-spotlight-series-dr-carlotta-a-berry/) and Scholar Spotlight of Dr. Lindsay Soh (https://diversity.asee.org/deicommittee/2021/03/02/asee-cdei-scholar-spotlight-series-dr-lindsay-soh/). We also have a new guest blog post by Dr. Tracie Addy who writes about not underestimating the power of student voice (https://diversity.asee.org/deicommittee/2021/02/16/lets-not-underestimate-the-power-of-student-voice/). We are also tweeting- if you want us to re-tweet your DEI work, please complete this form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdU4MF96Wi9wOjCbsGA_V2v3iA1o1QRy8dfV8Kl3YO3OIL6gQ/viewform) to let us know what to tweet.

For more information on CDEI, see https://diversity.asee.org/.

JEE ANNOUNCEMENT: Journal of Engineering Education Revised Author and Reviewer Guidelines: Seeking Community Input
The Journal of Engineering Education (JEE) is in the process of updating the Author and Reviewer guidelines to increase transparency in the manuscript submission and review processes, and to incorporate aspects of diversity, equity and inclusivity in these guidelines. The JEE Editorial Board invites members of the engineering education research community to provide feedback on these revised guidelines either as part of a focus group or individually. We will be gathering community feedback through April 2021. If you would like to provide feedback on the revised JEE Author and Reviewer guidelines, please complete this questionnaire: https://asuengineering.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9ME95wASMqRw0ku

JEE ANNOUNCEMENT: JEE Star Reviewers

In 2017, the Journal of Engineering Education began recognizing outstanding reviewers for JEE with Star Reviewer Awards. Reviewers who have completed three or more reviews in last year and who Editorial Board members nominate based on the quality of their reviews are considered for this award. This year, we had 31 nominees for Star Reviewer. Editorial Board members Jennifer Chiu, Nadia Kellam and Noah Schroeder read the reviews that these nominees submitted in 2020. Features of these outstanding reviews emerged from their selection process, which include: review includes a summary of what the article was about; review provides positive ways forward (not just a critique); review provides notes to the editor; review includes some discussion of reviewer positionality; review demonstrates critical thinking about the manuscript; and review is detailed. This type of feedback is invaluable in cultivating our community of scholars in engineering education.

The Star Reviewers for 2020 are:

• Andrea Mazzurco, Swineburne Institute of Technology

• Cassandra McCall, Utah State University

• Angela Minchiello, Utah State University

• Jacki Rohde, Purdue University

• Stephen Secules, Florida International University

We are fortunate to have so many outstanding reviewers, and are pleased to recognize these five individuals who rose to the top of the list. Congratulations, Andrea, Cassandra, Angela, Jacki and Stephen! These awards will be recognized at the 2021 ASEE Annual Conference and Exhibition. Many thanks to Jennie, Nadia and Noah for their hard work in reviewing these reviewers.

REES ANNOUNCEMENT: REES call for abstracts by 4/30/2021

The Research in Engineering Education Symposium (REES) and Australasian Association for Engineering Education Annual Conference (AAEE) will be held jointly on 5-8 December 2021:

• face-to-face at The University of Western Australia, Perth, Western Australia

• hybrid during Perth business hours, and

• online outside Perth business hours.

We are delighted to invite submissions of papers and workshop proposals.

Structured abstracts (up to one page) should be submitted by 30 April 2021. Please see https://rees-aaee21.org/call-for-papers-and-workshops/ for details.

Looking forward to seeing you, literally or virtually, in Perth! Please also subscribe to REEN’s new blog, https://reen.co/subscribe/

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: PEER Collaborative Annual Unconference Announcement, Information, and Registration

Are you a faculty member (pre-tenure, tenured or mid-career faculty) or research staff who is primarily evaluated on your engineering education research? If so, the PEER Collaborative and unconference may be for you. PEER is a small and growing community of active participants and alumni whose primary role in higher education derive from engineering education scholarship. The Collaborative engages in peer mentoring and support in engineering education scholarship related matters within a community of similarly situated people.

The unconference is free to participate and typically involves a dinner and unconference immediately following the ASEE Annual Conference.

As of today, we have not decided if PEER 2021 will be in-person or virtual. We plan make a final decision at the end of May (when ASEE makes their decision), but the decision also hinges on if we can find a physical space that will allow a group to meet in-person (right now universities are not allowing outside groups on campus). Please save the following dates:

· If in-person, Thursday, July 29 (dinner) and Friday, July 30 (unconference day), Long Beach area

· If virtual (prior to ASEE conference), Monday, June 21 (unconference and dinner) and Tuesday, June 22 (unconference day), platform TBD

Please direct any questions to Kaela Martin (kaela.martin@erau.edu).

Our website is found at: https://www.peer-collaborative.org/

Registration is open and available at the following link: https://www.peer-collaborative.org/register-for-2021

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Registration for NETI-3D and NETI-3E open

There are still spots available in NETI-3D, which will be held May 26-27, 2021, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm, EST, each day using Zoom. With NETI-3D close to capacity, NETI-3E has been scheduled for June 2-3, 2021, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm, EST, each day using Zoom. The NETI-3 online workshop for instructors teaching engineering or engineering technology focuses on effective teaching in a virtual environment. Topics explored in the workshop include student motivation, active engagement, assessment and adopting an inclusive mindset in online environments. The National Effective Teaching Institute has been given since 1991, reaching nearly 2500 participants from over 350 different schools. The registration fee is $400 per participant, and includes an electronic version of presentation materials with literature reviews of effective online teaching practices. It will be directed by Drs. Susan Lord, Matt Ohland, and Michael Prince. NETI-3 will be highly interactive and will provide opportunities for the participants to plan applications of the workshop content to their own courses. We invite you to register for the workshop using the link below and to pass this notice along to faculty who would benefit from this program. We will accept up to 60 paid applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Questions should be directed to Michael Prince at prince@bucknell.edu. Register at https://www.neti-workshop.org/events/.

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Events at UNO STEM Trail Center
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) STEM Teaching, Research, and Inquiry-based Learning Center hosts events for faculty interested in teaching excellence, undergraduate and graduate students focused on pre-professional development, and for K-12 science teachers to support ongoing inquiry-based practices. We hope that you’ll join us for an event–we host two each week on Wednesdays and Fridays, and many are recorded. Please sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date on externship opportunities for your students, as well as programming opportunities. All are welcome!

To hear about upcoming events, sign up for our newsletter here: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/QPxwEBo

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Applications being accepted to the 5th Dissertation Institute

We are pleased to announce the 5th Dissertation Institute (DI), an interactive workshop for underrepresented (African American, Native American, Pacific Island and Hispanic American) graduate students in engineering. The 2021 DI will take place July 10th – 16th on the University of Michigan campus.* The Institute is funded by the National Science Foundation and hosted by University of Texas, Dallas and Virginia Tech. The primary goal is to address issues that prolong completion times for those at the dissertation proposal preparation and dissertation completion stages of the targeted population.

The week-long event will focus on skills and strategies needed to successfully complete the dissertation process as well as provide networking opportunities to build connections for future collaborative career advancement. Institute participants will build new writing habits, work on their dissertation or dissertation proposal, and learn skills that will help them continue making progress when they return to their institutions. Participants will be housed in a private room; will share a bathroom with one other participant; receive meals; and be reimbursed for travel costs up to $500. As a part of the application process, participants will be asked to identify barriers that have impeded their progress to completing their dissertation and to provide suggestions for additional topics to be presented.

We seek your assistance in identifying students who might benefit from participating in the Institute. The application deadline is April 1st. Please share the following link with students, faculty and any other colleagues who might assist us in announcing this wonderful opportunity: https://www.dissertationinstitute.com/

If you have questions, please email them to dissertationinstitute@gmail.com.

Stephanie G. Adams, Ph.D. Holly M. Matusovich, Ph.D.

University of Texas, Dallas Virginia Tech

* The Institute is scheduled to be an in-person meeting. If we cannot meet physically, we will meet virtually.

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference

The First Year Programs Division of ASEE is accepting paper abstracts and workshop proposals to be presented at the 2021 First Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) Conference. This year’s conference will be held virtually on August 9-10, 2021. The full call for participation can be found here: https://sites.asee.org/fyee2021/wp-content/uploads/sites/52/2021/03/FYEE-2021-Call-for-Participation.pdf. Paper abstracts and workshop proposals are due March 22, 2021 with draft papers due May 10, 2021.

We recognize that a major strength of FYEE is the networking opportunities it provides. Preserving meaningful networking opportunities will be prioritized in the virtual conference platform and format adopted for this year’s conference. In addition, we are excited that as a virtual conference the cost of participation will be highly affordable (estimated to be $50-$75 per attendee)!

Check https://sites.asee.org/fyee2021/ for more details. Please direct any questions to Kevin Calabro at kcalabro@umd.edu.

CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Participants needed for a study of student socioeconomic experiences

Faculty are needed who can pass on the below solicitation to undergraduate engineering students in their final year. Interviews contribute to a graduate students’ dissertation. Questions about the study can be sent to Justin Major (major5@purdue.edu) or Allison Godwin (godwina@purdue.edu).

Dear Student,

We are writing to invite you to participate in a research study exploring the long-term socioeconomic experiences of engineering students (Purdue University IRB-2021-238). This study will consist of interviews that ask you about these experiences in specific contexts at different points of time throughout your education.

To determine your eligibility to participate in interviews, we ask that you fill out an eligibility survey. Completing the survey should take no more than 5 minutes of your time.

Invited participants who complete interviews will receive a $25 Amazon Gift Card for their participation. If additional interviews are needed to gather more information, or to clarify your statements, you will receive another $25 Amazon Gift Card for each additional interview. In addition, participants who complete interviews will be invited to participate in the process of member checking to ensure the accuracy or proper depiction of their statements. Participants who participate in member checking will receive another $10 Amazon Gift Card for each time.

Participation in any phase of this study has no relationship to your grade in any class in which you are enrolled. Your participation is strictly voluntary. As part of the survey, you will be invited to read about the study, including all the ways we will protect your confidential information. If you agree to participate, simply click “I agree” on the consent page, and then you can complete the eligibility survey.

You can complete the eligibility survey by visiting the following link:

https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5iNkcT5zTTWdYDc

Questions about this study should be directed to the research team:

Justin Major (major5@purdue.edu) – Graduate Student

Dr. Allison Godwin (godwina@purdue.edu; 765-496-0196) – Principal Investigator

CALL FOR SURVEY PARTICIPATION: Entrepreneurial Mindset in Engineering Classrooms

Do you teach or engage with Entrepreneurial Mindset in your engineering classroom? A team of researchers at Rowan University is interested in what resources faculty use when they are making changes to the ways they teach and where organizations like the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN) fall among those resources. We request your participation by responding to a survey on the topic of faculty resources that will take ~15 minutes to complete.

Participation in this study is voluntary. There are no anticipated harms of participation. Potential benefits are related to advancing knowledge related to engineering education .

If you would like to participate, please access the survey here https://rowan.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5iQMSHHvoOz6WAC

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact the PI, Kaitlin Mallouk, at mallouk@rowan.edu .

This study has been approved by Rowan IRB IRB #Pro2020-61.

CALL FOR SURVEY PARTICIPATION: Reflection in Engineering Classrooms
Do you use Reflection in your engineering classroom? A team of researchers at Rowan University is interested in what resources faculty use when they are making changes to the ways they teach and where organizations like the Consortium to Promote Reflection in Engineering Education (CPREE) fall among those resources. We request your participation by responding to a survey on the topic of faculty resources that will take ~15 minutes to complete.

Participation in this study is voluntary. There are no anticipated harms of participation. Potential benefits are related to advancing knowledge related to engineering education.

If you would like to participate, please access the survey here

https://rowan.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2sO4mshrmYW1o2i

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact the PI, Kaitlin Mallouk, at mallouk@rowan.edu .

This study has been approved by Rowan IRB IRB #Pro2020-61.

CALL FOR SURVEY PARTICIPATION: Study on relevance of different teaching techniques
Our group is examining the relevance of different teaching techniques and their frequency of use. Our intent is to publish these results and to make the information available for use by the engineering education community. We would appreciate you sharing this link with your Division.

We have assembled survey questions to help us assess the importance and frequency of use of various teaching techniques. This survey should take about 10 minutes to complete and consists of multiple choice questions, a few short fill ins, and an opportunity for free form comments. As you complete the survey, we ask that you consider a specific course that you have taught and answer the questions based on this single course. All responses will be confidential.

Link: https://survey.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_exSl3HfF8Mtms7P

We will appreciate your response by April 30, 2021.

We welcome any additional input. Please feel free to share the link with other faculty in engineering.

Thanks in advance for your time and input!

Scott Hamilton (shamilton@ycp.edu)

Tanya Kunberger (tkunberg@fgcu.edu)

Dave Saftner (dsaftner@d.umn.edu)

Camilla Saviz (csaviz@pacific.edu)

Position Announcements

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Dean at Tickle College of Engineering at University of Tennessee

The Tickle College of Engineering at University of Tennessee is searching for their next dean of engineering. Please share this position announcement with your networks or consider applying yourself: https://tickle.utk.edu/dean-search/

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Editor-in-Chief, Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research

The Council on Undergraduate Research invites nominations and applications for the next Editor-in-Chief of Scholarship and Practice of Undergraduate Research. The Editor should be a leader and scholar in the undergraduate research community with a broad understanding of the evolving discipline. Submit nominations by April 8, 2021 and applications by April 30, 2021 to Lindsay Currie, lcurrie@cur.org

Position announcement: https://www.cur.org/assets/1/7/EIC_2021.pdf

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting biomedical engineering faculty position at Bucknell University

The Biomedical Engineering Department at Bucknell University invites applications for open-rank, visiting faculty positions to begin August 2021. These positions are ideal for candidates considering a career in academia with an emphasis on undergraduate education. Visiting faculty would join a top-ranked, highly selective undergraduate biomedical engineering department with small class sizes (< 24 students) that facilitate close student-faculty interaction in a hands-on, interactive, learning community. The University sponsors a range of developmental activities for its visiting faculty supported by a well-resourced Teaching and Learning Center. Candidates would have the potential to engage in both innovative teaching and collaborative scholarship within Bucknell’s excellent core facilities, notably our recently opened teaching and laboratory facilities (fall 2019) supporting modestly increased student enrollments. The appointment is for the 2021-2022 academic year; reappointment may be possible subject to institutional need and satisfactory performance.

We seek individuals with enthusiasm for teaching and a desire to engage undergraduates in the classroom and laboratory across a broad range of biomedical engineering subjects. The ideal candidate would have teaching abilities in multiple areas to support a biomedical engineering curriculum containing courses in bioinstrumentation, signals and systems, biomechanics, materials, biostatistics, computing, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, and medical device design.

Applications must include a cover letter, a current C.V., and three statements of no more than two pages each describing the applicant’s 1) teaching philosophy, experience relevant to the Bucknell biomedical engineering curriculum, and identification of current required and new elective courses they would be interested in teaching at Bucknell, 2) evidence of a commitment to diversity and engaging students in an inclusive environment, and 3) career goals and how this position aligns with those goals. Applicants should be prepared to provide references upon request. Applications will only be accepted online through Bucknell's career site (careers.bucknell.edu) and they will be reviewed beginning on April 1, 2021 in the order in which they are received until the positions are filled.

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: University of Florida Chief Diversity Officer

The University of Florida, the state of Florida’s flagship university and ranked No. 6 among the nation’s top public research universities by U.S News and World Report, is accepting inquiries, nominations, and applications for the position of Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Advisor to the President. Review of applications will begin in mid-March and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates may apply at https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/516079/chief-diversity-officer.

Inquiries and nominations can be sent to Audrey Gainey, Director for University of Florida Talent Acquisition and Onboarding, gaineya1@ufl.edu or at 352-273-1706. More information can be found at https://hr.ufl.edu/manager-resources/recruitment-staffing/talent-search/chief-diversity-officer/ and https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/516079/chief-diversity-officer.

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Full time temporary faculty position in Environmental Resources Engineering at Humboldt State University

Humboldt State University, a Hispanic Serving Institution, seeks a full time temporary faculty position in Environmental Resources Engineering for the academic year 2021/22. This academic year position that would likely be extended past one year. The ERE department anticipates additional tenure track positions in the near future and an excellent temporary faculty member would be very competitive.

HSU is primarily a teaching institution and the ERE department values high quality and innovative instruction. Our diverse student population includes 41% first in family to attend university, 42% are Pell Grant eligible, a third self identify coming from an underrepresented ethnic group and a third are women. Two thirds of our tenure track faculty member members are women and two of our eight tenure track faculty are Latina. We welcome a colleague who is committed to make a difference in these engineering students' lives.

Please find the job announcement at https://hraps.humboldt.edu/sites/default/files/vacancy_announcements/2122-07_ere_ftt_tempfaculty_vacancy_final.pdf Application deadline is April 26,2021. Contact Margaret Lang at engineer@humboldt.edu for more information. Please distribute this announcement widely.

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Fellow at Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach
Tufts Center for Engineering Education and Outreach (CEEO) invites applications for a joint full-time postdoctoral scholar to work on studying undergraduate teaching and learning. The position will be part of a project that is exploring how to create resources and tools to support student-centered, hands-on engineering and robotics learning in Rwanda, Brazil, and Kenya. Leveraging ideas from learning through play, makerspaces, and engineering education, the Tufts team is working collaboratively with country-based partners to co-design hands-on materials, teacher professional development, and educational activities focused on the primary/elementary years. Together with partners at each of the sites, our collaborative design process will jointly explore different dimensions of play, making, and engineering in classrooms. Taking an asset-based approach, our co-designs will work to amplify local funds of knowledge and repertoires of practice in classroom practice. The network of researchers and local educational partners provides opportunities to explore collaborations at a distance and models of research partnership that can expand our understandings of how play, making, and engineering enrich classroom learning.

The position requires a PhD and experience in qualitative research. Applications are encouraged from those with backgrounds in K-12 STEM education, particularly in the primary/elementary years (ages 5-12). Experience in the focal countries (Rwanda, Brazil, Kenya) or supportive language skills for working in those countries is highly desired. Any expertise in studying responsive teaching or teacher noticing, design or facilitation of teacher professional development, learning through play-based approaches, engineering education or makerspace work, should be highlighted on the letter of application.

More information at: https://blog.tuftsceeo.org/2021/03/30/position-announcement-postdoctoral-researcher-tufts-ceeo/

Please submit a letter of application, including descriptions of your background and research interests, a CV, and the names of three references to ceeojob@tuftsceeo.org.

Questions about the position or application process can be directed to CEEO Director, Merredith Portsmore (Merredith.Portmore@tufts.edu).

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholar in the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education at Penn State
Know anyone who is interested in engineering education or faculty development? We have a new opportunity in the Leonhard Center!

The Leonhard Center is seeking a Post-doctoral Scholar to take a leadership role for several Center projects including one that supports the College’s Engineering Equity and Inclusion Initiative. This study will explore how College of Engineering faculty and staff create a positive and inclusive culture for all students by better understanding current faculty and staff practices and beliefs around diversity and inclusion. The findings of the study will be used to design workshops to support our faculty and staff (and, by extension, our students) in moving forward with creating an inclusive culture within the Penn State College of Engineering. Additional projects may include collaborating with faculty to design and evaluate projects in engineering education and offering college-wide workshops on innovative instructional practices and educational research.

The position requires the ability to design and conduct research using qualitative and quantitative methods. The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in communication and collaboration. Minimum requirements for the position are a Ph.D. in an appropriate field such as engineering education, educational psychology, or higher education. Knowledge of current trends in engineering education is desirable.

For more information about the job and to apply, click here: https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Academic/job/University-Park-Campus/Postdoctoral-Scholar_REQ_0000010458-1.

Contact Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu for more information.

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Professor position(s) at the Assistant or Associate rank at Virginia Tech Department of Engineering Education
The Department of Engineering Education at Virginia Tech invites applications for Visiting Professor position(s) at the Assistant or Associate rank. Virginia Tech seeks to attract exceptional candidates with interests and expertise in engineering education research ranging from pre-kindergarten through college and into engineering practice. Candidates must have a PhD or similar degree, with at least one degree in engineering, education, or a related field.

The Visiting Professor will primarily teach in the first-year engineering ENGE 1215 & 1216: Foundations of Engineering sequence, which focuses on problem solving, the engineering design cycle, and career paths in engineering; the course uses tools such as Solidworks and MATLAB. Based on enrollment needs, the Visiting Professor may teach other courses in the department’s undergraduate program, including courses in the Pathways Innovation Minor. The teaching load will be three courses in each of the academic year semesters. Other responsibilities include pursuing an independent or collaborative research program of the candidate’s interests and other duties as assigned.

These one-year positions are open to candidates along a continuum of career stages, with possible interest for recent PhD graduates, faculty on research leave, and industry professionals seeking to reconnect with teaching and research. Candidates anticipating receiving a PhD in the coming months may apply, but should have their degree in hand at the start of the contract.

Please share widely in your networks:

https://careers.pageuppeople.com/968/cw/en-us/job/515298/visiting-professor

ERM Announcements, March 15, 2021

Dear ERM members,

Oh my, the first Monday after Daylight Savings begins in the spring is always a little rough! Losing that extra hour of sleep over the weekend seems to make Monday extra challenging. My lucky colleagues in Arizona (and in other places around the world) don’t have to deal with this and are enjoying their normal sleep routine. I’m a little jealous, as the alarm felt like it went off way too early today!

I wanted to thank those of you who gave feedback on the ERM survey about the upcoming 2021 conference. We met with some of the ASEE leadership last week and found out some additional information about the conference that I will share with you. The contract with Long Beach has a cancellation fee of over $1 million dollars. Given that conditions are improving in the country and in California relating to COVID, ASEE has not been able to get out of the contract and thus are planning to hold a physical conference. That being said, I have passed along the results of our survey to share perspectives from the ERM division.

The current plan is that there will be a physical conference the week of July 26 and a virtual conference the week of August 2. Many of our members shared that hosting the virtual conference that week is not ideal. We have passed along this perspective to the ASEE leadership. As I receive additional information about the conference, I will share this along to the ERM list-serv.

In the meantime, all lead authors who have submitted a paper to the ERM division should have received an e-mail from Stephanie Cutler asking what your preference for presenting would be (virtual or physical) if your paper is accepted.

These are challenging times for everyone, and I want to thank the ASEE leadership for considering how to make both a physical and a virtual conference possible for members and understand that the planning of this event has been very challenging.

Enjoy your Monday! And in case you need a little pick-me-up, just think that the next time you receive an ERM newsletter from me, it will officially be SPRING (at least here in the northern hemisphere)!

Sarah

ERM Announcements for 3/15/2021

General Announcements

ASEE ANNOUNCEMENT: Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (CDEI) March 2021 Updates
JEE ANNOUNCEMENT: JEE Star Reviewers
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Events at UNO STEM Trail Center
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: ASEE Webinar: Learning in the Time of Coronavirus
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: NETI-3D workshop registration opened
EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Virtual conference on Character, Engineering, and Technology
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Applications being accepted to the 5th Dissertation Institute
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference
CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Graduate Student Research on Teaching Development Programs
CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Entrepreneurial Mindset in Engineering Classrooms
CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Reflection in Engineering Classrooms
CALL FOR RESEARCH PARTICIPATION: Study on relevance of different teaching techniques

Position Announcements

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholar in the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education at Penn State
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Professor position(s) at the Assistant or Associate rank at Virginia Tech Department of Engineering Education
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Fellow for NSF RIEF Grant at Georgia Tech Department of Biomedical Engineering
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: The Tickle College of Engineering at University of Tennessee Dean of Engineering (added 3/16/21)

General Announcements

ASEE ANNOUNCEMENT: Commission on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (CDEI) March 2021 Updates
Chairs Updates: Our proposal to the ASEE Board for a Year of Impact on Racial Equity was approved! The year will start after the 2021 Annual Conference ends. We will need your help to make the year of impact as powerful as possible. Thanks to all the quarterly all-hands meeting attendees who provided great ideas for the different focus areas that we proposed.

We are also working with ASEE to raise visibility and address an issue with ASEE conference papers that become inaccessible to screen readers during the formatting process, and also a bigger issue that may need Author’s Kit revisions to make papers accessible prior to uploading.

Communications: We have new blog posts for you to check out: Scholar Spotlight of Dr. Carlotta Berry (https://diversity.asee.org/deicommittee/2021/02/02/asee-cdei-scholar-spotlight-series-dr-carlotta-a-berry/) and Scholar Spotlight of Dr. Lindsay Soh (https://diversity.asee.org/deicommittee/2021/03/02/asee-cdei-scholar-spotlight-series-dr-lindsay-soh/). We also have a new guest blog post by Dr. Tracie Addy who writes about not underestimating the power of student voice (https://diversity.asee.org/deicommittee/2021/02/16/lets-not-underestimate-the-power-of-student-voice/). We are also tweeting- if you want us to re-tweet your DEI work, please complete this form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdU4MF96Wi9wOjCbsGA_V2v3iA1o1QRy8dfV8Kl3YO3OIL6gQ/viewform) to let us know what to tweet.

For more information on CDEI, see https://diversity.asee.org/.

JEE ANNOUNCEMENT: JEE Star Reviewers

In 2017, the Journal of Engineering Education began recognizing outstanding reviewers for JEE with Star Reviewer Awards. Reviewers who have completed three or more reviews in last year and who Editorial Board members nominate based on the quality of their reviews are considered for this award. This year, we had 31 nominees for Star Reviewer. Editorial Board members Jennifer Chiu, Nadia Kellam and Noah Schroeder read the reviews that these nominees submitted in 2020. Features of these outstanding reviews emerged from their selection process, which include: review includes a summary of what the article was about; review provides positive ways forward (not just a critique); review provides notes to the editor; review includes some discussion of reviewer positionality; review demonstrates critical thinking about the manuscript; and review is detailed. This type of feedback is invaluable in cultivating our community of scholars in engineering education.

The Star Reviewers for 2020 are:

• Andrea Mazzurco, Swineburne Institute of Technology

• Cassandra McCall, Utah State University

• Angela Minchiello, Utah State University

• Jacki Rohde, Purdue University

• Stephen Secules, Florida International University

We are fortunate to have so many outstanding reviewers, and are pleased to recognize these five individuals who rose to the top of the list. Congratulations, Andrea, Cassandra, Angela, Jacki and Stephen! These awards will be recognized at the 2021 ASEE Annual Conference and Exhibition. Many thanks to Jennie, Nadia and Noah for their hard work in reviewing these reviewers.

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Events at UNO STEM Trail Center
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) STEM Teaching, Research, and Inquiry-based Learning Center hosts events for faculty interested in teaching excellence, undergraduate and graduate students focused on pre-professional development, and for K-12 science teachers to support ongoing inquiry-based practices. We hope that you’ll join us for an event–we host two each week on Wednesdays and Fridays, and many are recorded. Please sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date on externship opportunities for your students, as well as programming opportunities. All are welcome!

To hear about upcoming events, sign up for our newsletter here: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/QPxwEBo

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: ASEE Webinar: Learning in the Time of Coronavirus

ASEE Webinar: Learning in the time of coronavirus, March 30, 2021 – 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET. – https://resources.asee.org/course_catalog/learning_in_the_time_of_coronavirus/

The past year has signaled a monumental change in engineering education with the near universal shift to remote learning. Although this shift occurred suddenly, engineering education has undergone several shifts in the past 100 years. In this webinar, Karl Smith (Purdue University) and Rocío Chavela Guerra (American Society for Engineering Education) will summarize major shifts in engineering education, such as the shift to outcomes-based accreditation and an emergent shift to address justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. They will share insights, lessons learned, and will discuss implications for the current shift to remote learning. The webinar will close with recommendations for course redesign to enhance learning in the time of coronavirus.

To register, see https://resources.asee.org/course_catalog/learning_in_the_time_of_coronavirus/

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: NETI-3D workshop registration opened

NETI-3D will be held May 26-27, 2021, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 pm, EST, each day using Zoom. This online workshop for instructors teaching engineering or engineering technology focuses on effective teaching in a virtual environment. Topics explored in the workshop include student motivation, active engagement, assessment and adopting an inclusive mindset in online environments. The National Effective Teaching Institute has been given since 1991, reaching nearly 2500 participants from over 350 different schools. The registration fee is $400 per participant, and includes an electronic version of presentation materials with literature reviews of effective online teaching practices. It will be directed by Drs. Susan Lord, Matt Ohland, and Michael Prince. NETI-3 will be highly interactive and will provide opportunities for the participants to plan applications of the workshop content to their own courses. We invite you to register for the workshop using the link below and to pass this notice along to faculty who would benefit from this program. We will accept up to 60 paid applications on a first-come, first-served basis. Questions should be directed to Michael Prince at prince@bucknell.edu. Register at https://www.neti-workshop.org/events/.

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: Virtual conference on Character, Engineering, and Technology

On March 18-20, 2021, Wake Forest University and the Oxford Character Project at the University of Oxford are hosting a free virtual conference on Character and the Professions (https://leadershipandcharacter.wfu.edu/events/upcoming/). The international conference will feature a keynote conversation in partnership with the Face to Face Speaker Forum featuring former U.S. Secretaries of State, Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell. The remainder of the conference will examine the role of character in six professions: business, engineering and technology, law, medicine, public life, and religious leadership. A plenary session will explore the relationship between diversity and character in various professional settings. Confirmed speakers include prominent scholars from Carnegie Mellon, Edinburgh, Harvard, Penn, Stanford, UVA, and Wake Forest, along with leading practitioners across six fields.

The session, “Character, Engineering, and Technology,” on Friday, March 19, from 1:00-3:30pm, may be of particular interest. It features Shannon Vallor, Professor and Chair in the Ethics of Data and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Edinburgh and author of Technology and the Virtues (her bio is below). The panel that follows will include:

Norman Fortenberry, Executive Director, American Society of Engineering Education
Deborah Johnson, Professor Emeritus of Applied Ethics in the Department of Engineering and Society, University of Virginia
Doug Melton, Director, Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network
Olga Pierrakos, Founding Chair and Professor, Department of Engineering, Wake Forest University

This international conference will provide a special opportunity for faculty, students and professional engineers to consider the importance of character in engineering. The Professional Engineers of North Carolina have approved this session for two professional development hours, which are available for a small fee.

The conference is open to the public. Registration is here: https://web.cvent.com/event/bd3e6503-87cd-4e3e-bb66-f33b68b35f8b/summary?rt=GzMHgKdSTkGw8djaDvY9UQ.

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Applications being accepted to the 5th Dissertation Institute

We are pleased to announce the 5th Dissertation Institute (DI), an interactive workshop for underrepresented (African American, Native American, Pacific Island and Hispanic American) graduate students in engineering. The 2021 DI will take place July 10th – 16th on the University of Michigan campus.* The Institute is funded by the National Science Foundation and hosted by University of Texas, Dallas and Virginia Tech. The primary goal is to address issues that prolong completion times for those at the dissertation proposal preparation and dissertation completion stages of the targeted population.

The week-long event will focus on skills and strategies needed to successfully complete the dissertation process as well as provide networking opportunities to build connections for future collaborative career advancement. Institute participants will build new writing habits, work on their dissertation or dissertation proposal, and learn skills that will help them continue making progress when they return to their institutions. Participants will be housed in a private room; will share a bathroom with one other participant; receive meals; and be reimbursed for travel costs up to $500. As a part of the application process, participants will be asked to identify barriers that have impeded their progress to completing their dissertation and to provide suggestions for additional topics to be presented.

We seek your assistance in identifying students who might benefit from participating in the Institute. The application deadline is April 1st. Please share the following link with students, faculty and any other colleagues who might assist us in announcing this wonderful opportunity: https://www.dissertationinstitute.com/

If you have questions, please email them to dissertationinstitute@gmail.com.

Stephanie G. Adams, Ph.D. Holly M. Matusovich, Ph.D.

University of Texas, Dallas Virginia Tech

* The Institute is scheduled to be an in-person meeting. If we cannot meet physically, we will meet virtually.

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: First Year Engineering Experience Conference

The First Year Programs Division of ASEE is accepting paper abstracts and workshop proposals to be presented at the 2021 First Year Engineering Experience (FYEE) Conference. This year’s conference will be held virtually on August 9-10, 2021. The full call for participation can be found here: https://sites.asee.org/fyee2021/wp-content/uploads/sites/52/2021/03/FYEE-2021-Call-for-Participation.pdf. Paper abstracts and workshop proposals are due March 22, 2021 with draft papers due May 10, 2021.

We recognize that a major strength of FYEE is the networking opportunities it provides. Preserving meaningful networking opportunities will be prioritized in the virtual conference platform and format adopted for this year’s conference. In addition, we are excited that as a virtual conference the cost of participation will be highly affordable (estimated to be $50-$75 per attendee)!

Check https://sites.asee.org/fyee2021/ for more details. Please direct any questions to Kevin Calabro at kcalabro@umd.edu.

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Graduate Student Research on Teaching Development Programs
I am a doctoral candidate with the Department of Engineering Education at the University of Cincinnati, conducting research on teaching development programs for future faculty. The first step in the research involves understanding how our teachers are trained to handle their teaching responsibilities. You are being requested to fill a survey describing any teaching training program you may have implemented in your institution for your students, including but not limited to the teaching assistants. This survey is part of a research study at the University of Cincinnati’s Department of Engineering Education. It has 16 questions and will take approximately 10 minutes for you to complete. Using your responses, we will attempt to inform the greater engineering education community about practices that have been helpful in better preparing our future faculty. Your institution’s name will be kept confidential and none of your responses will be linked back to you.

To thank you for your time, we can share our findings from this survey in their aggregate form if you desire. Please email Jutshi Agarwal at agarwaji@mail.uc.edu if you would like us to share our findings with you. We appreciate you taking the time to contribute to this research.

Follow this link to the Survey: Opportunities for Teaching Preparation Survey – https://ucengeducation.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9QCCnExK2ievXZb

If you are not a part of any teaching training program but are aware of your colleague(s) being at the center of such activities, please help us by reaching out to them and asking them to fill this survey. Also feel free to reach out to Jutshi Agarwal at agarwaji@mail.uc.edu for any questions or concerns.

CALL FOR SURVEY PARTICIPATION: Entrepreneurial Mindset in Engineering Classrooms

Do you teach or engage with Entrepreneurial Mindset in your engineering classroom? A team of researchers at Rowan University is interested in what resources faculty use when they are making changes to the ways they teach and where organizations like the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN) fall among those resources. We request your participation by responding to a survey on the topic of faculty resources that will take ~15 minutes to complete.

Participation in this study is voluntary. There are no anticipated harms of participation. Potential benefits are related to advancing knowledge related to engineering education.

If you would like to participate, please access the survey here https://rowan.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5iQMSHHvoOz6WAC

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact the PI, Kaitlin Mallouk, at mallouk@rowan.edu .

This study has been approved by Rowan IRB IRB #Pro2020-61.

CALL FOR SURVEY PARTICIPATION: Reflection in Engineering Classrooms
Do you use Reflection in your engineering classroom? A team of researchers at Rowan University is interested in what resources faculty use when they are making changes to the ways they teach and where organizations like the Consortium to Promote Reflection in Engineering Education (CPREE) fall among those resources. We request your participation by responding to a survey on the topic of faculty resources that will take ~15 minutes to complete.

Participation in this study is voluntary. There are no anticipated harms of participation. Potential benefits are related to advancing knowledge related to engineering education.

If you would like to participate, please access the survey here

https://rowan.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2sO4mshrmYW1o2i

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact the PI, Kaitlin Mallouk, at mallouk@rowan.edu .

This study has been approved by Rowan IRB IRB #Pro2020-61.

CALL FOR SURVEY PARTICIPATION: Study on relevance of different teaching techniques
Our group is examining the relevance of different teaching techniques and their frequency of use. Our intent is to publish these results and to make the information available for use by the engineering education community. We would appreciate you sharing this link with your Division.

We have assembled survey questions to help us assess the importance and frequency of use of various teaching techniques. This survey should take about 10 minutes to complete and consists of multiple choice questions, a few short fill ins, and an opportunity for free form comments. As you complete the survey, we ask that you consider a specific course that you have taught and answer the questions based on this single course. All responses will be confidential.

Link: https://survey.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_exSl3HfF8Mtms7P

We will appreciate your response by March 31, 2021.

We welcome any additional input. Please feel free to share the link with other faculty in engineering.

Thanks in advance for your time and input!

Scott Hamilton (shamilton@ycp.edu)

Tanya Kunberger (tkunberg@fgcu.edu)

Dave Saftner (dsaftner@d.umn.edu)

Camilla Saviz (csaviz@pacific.edu)

Position Announcements

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Scholar in the Leonhard Center for the Enhancement of Engineering Education at Penn State
Know anyone who is interested in engineering education or faculty development? We have a new opportunity in the Leonhard Center!

The Leonhard Center is seeking a Post-doctoral Scholar to take a leadership role for several Center projects including one that supports the College’s Engineering Equity and Inclusion Initiative. This study will explore how College of Engineering faculty and staff create a positive and inclusive culture for all students by better understanding current faculty and staff practices and beliefs around diversity and inclusion. The findings of the study will be used to design workshops to support our faculty and staff (and, by extension, our students) in moving forward with creating an inclusive culture within the Penn State College of Engineering. Additional projects may include collaborating with faculty to design and evaluate projects in engineering education and offering college-wide workshops on innovative instructional practices and educational research.

The position requires the ability to design and conduct research using qualitative and quantitative methods. The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in communication and collaboration. Minimum requirements for the position are a Ph.D. in an appropriate field such as engineering education, educational psychology, or higher education. Knowledge of current trends in engineering education is desirable.

For more information about the job and to apply, click here: https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Academic/job/University-Park-Campus/Postdoctoral-Scholar_REQ_0000010458-1.

Contact Sarah Zappe at ser163@psu.edu for more information.

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Visiting Professor position(s) at the Assistant or Associate rank at Virginia Tech Department of Engineering Education
The Department of Engineering Education at Virginia Tech invites applications for Visiting Professor position(s) at the Assistant or Associate rank. Virginia Tech seeks to attract exceptional candidates with interests and expertise in engineering education research ranging from pre-kindergarten through college and into engineering practice. Candidates must have a PhD or similar degree, with at least one degree in engineering, education, or a related field.

The Visiting Professor will primarily teach in the first-year engineering ENGE 1215 & 1216: Foundations of Engineering sequence, which focuses on problem solving, the engineering design cycle, and career paths in engineering; the course uses tools such as Solidworks and MATLAB. Based on enrollment needs, the Visiting Professor may teach other courses in the department’s undergraduate program, including courses in the Pathways Innovation Minor. The teaching load will be three courses in each of the academic year semesters. Other responsibilities include pursuing an independent or collaborative research program of the candidate’s interests and other duties as assigned.

These one-year positions are open to candidates along a continuum of career stages, with possible interest for recent PhD graduates, faculty on research leave, and industry professionals seeking to reconnect with teaching and research. Candidates anticipating receiving a PhD in the coming months may apply, but should have their degree in hand at the start of the contract.

Please share widely in your networks:

https://careers.pageuppeople.com/968/cw/en-us/job/515298/visiting-professor

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Postdoctoral Fellow for NSF RIEF Grant at Georgia Tech Department of Biomedical Engineering
The School of Biomedical Engineering/Studio for Transforming Engineering Learning and Research (STELAR) at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA invites applications for a Postdoctoral Fellow. This team member will help carry out the work of our new National Science Foundation Research Initiation in Engineering Formation (NSF RIEF) grant titled “Research Initiation: Exploring the Role of Story-Driven Learning to Foster Empathy in the Professional Formation of Engineers” (Award #2025080). This funding is for engaging in department wide research to explore the use of diverse learning activities within the BME department that potentially foster empathy in our undergraduate students.

Knowledge and Skill Qualifications:

The Postdoctoral Research Fellow will have a PhD* in educational psychology, social psychology, higher education, engineering education, or a related field. This is important since a perspective and research experience from outside of engineering is needed to conduct this type of educational research within an engineering department. The engineering faculty PI will depend on this role to provide a social/learning sciences perspective to guide the research. This postdoctoral research fellow will assist the PI in all aspects of the design and implementation of the research as well as in the data collection and analysis activities over the course of this work. The ideal candidate should have demonstrated ability to perform both quantitative and qualitative analysis, although our primary need is qualitative.

Applicants must apply via the Georgia Institute of Technology online portal (Job ID 224209). Directions for application access are shown below. Each applicant will submit a completed one-page cover letter, a statement of interest of no more than three double-spaced pages describing in further detail your interest and background as it relates to this position, a short writing sample pertinent to the application, an up-to-date curriculum vitae, and a list of three references. No reference letters are needed at this time, but please inform your references that they will be contacted if you are a finalist.

Please contact Dr. Cristi Bell-Huff (cristi.bell-huff@bme.gatech.edu) with any questions. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

DIRECTIONS FOR APPLICATION:

1. Select the link below to access the GT Careers site.

2. Sign-in to access your account or select the New User link to create one if you aren’t an existing user.

3. Review the job posting and select the apply button to begin your application.

You can view and apply for this job at: https://careers.hprod.onehcm.usg.edu/psp/careers/CAREERS/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3000&JobOpeningId=224209&PostingSeq=1

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: The Tickle College of Engineering at University of Tennessee is searching for their next dean of engineering. Please share this position announcement with your networks or consider applying yourself: Dean, Tickle College of Engineering Announcement https://tickle.utk.edu/dean-search/