The Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of New Hampshire seeks applicants for a benefits-eligible, non-tenure-track Lecturer position to begin August 21, 2023. This is one year non-renewable position. The principal role of this position is to teach a range of courses in support of the Chemical Engineering and/or Bioengineering programs offered by the department. We are especially seeking candidates with interests and demonstrated abilities in areas such as fluid mechanics, heat transfer, separation processes, biochemical engineering, and/or biomedical engineering. Applicants must submit a cover letter, brief statement of teaching experience and interests, diversity statement, complete CV, and contact information for three professional references. References will be contacted at the time of application. Review of applications will commence April 1, 2023.
Are you looking for a summer job where you can spend your summer here in Houghton and build professional skills while making an impact on the next generation of doers and makers? If so, Summer Youth Programs (SYP) is the place for you.
This summer, we’re looking for dedicated individuals to join our team of counselors as we host nearly a thousand middle and high school students from around the world. During the day, our students spend time in Michigan Tech classrooms and labs doing hands-on activities to spark curiosity. In the evenings, awesome students just like you, join our participants as they explore the Keweenaw.
Come share your passion for our beautiful home and make an impact today. Job descriptions and an application can be found on our website and we’re always happy to chat. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, stop by our office (Admin 217) or give us a call at 906-487-2219.
By Summer Youth Programs.
Do you know a current student who would make a great mentor? Then tell them about the Husky Connect Peer Mentorship Program!
The Husky Connect Peer Mentorship Program is looking for remarkable student mentors for the fall 2023 semester. As a mentor, we ask students to share their experiences and offer support to first-year students. Mentors will begin their training in the summer and will be paired with their mentees before they arrive on campus. This support continues throughout the fall semester and sometimes even lasts a lifetime.
Husky Connect mentors will receive compensation for their time.
Students can learn more about this peer-to-peer program and apply to be a Husky Connect mentor on our website. Applications close next Wednesday (April 12) at 5 p.m.
For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.
By Center for Diversity and Inclusion.