The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) undergraduate curriculum has two core programs and four interdisciplinary programs. Reporting to the “Lab Director, Teaching” (Lab Director) and to the “theme area Laboratory Instructor/Coordinator” (Coordinator), the “Laboratory Instructor/Software Specialist” (Lab Instructor) enhances student success through a positive learning environment and teaches undergraduate (undergrad) laboratory (lab) portion of courses within the established scope and guidelines of the professional degree program.
These positions are responsible for laboratory course delivery and other academic responsibilities, and the technical operation and maintenance of the ECE undergrad laboratory facilities in support of assigned labs. The Lab Instructor collaborates with course instructor for lecture-lab synchronization and works in conjunction with faculty members on lab content, development and design of any new experiments to be introduced into the undergrad lab portion of the course.
Instruction of Students and Assessment of their Academic Performance
Supervises Teaching Assistants who Oversee Students performing the Experiments and Exercises
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