The hired faculty is expected to show commitment to teaching
excellence. She/he is expected to engage in culturally responsive teaching, teach Computer Graphics and other Applied Engineering Technology
courses at the under-graduate and graduate levels, develop courses and curricula, direct students in research, and provide service to the
University and community.
The ideal candidate will develop and maintain a vigorous research program in the field of computer
graphics, secure extramural funding, and direct the research activities of PhD and MS students in related areas. Mentoring undergraduate
students is also expected. A candidate whose teaching and research efforts promote the mission of the Applied Engineering Technology
Department and the strategic vision of the College of Science and Technology (COST) as well as the University is highly desired.
Collaboration with colleagues from the sciences, mathematics, and technology areas is encouraged.
Applications must be submitted through
A&T’s applicant site at: https://jobs.ncat.edu/postings/25571