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Guest Teach an Undergraduate Engineering Course
Share your expertise, connect with students, and be a part of Dartmouth Engineering's world-class and innovative education.
Dartmouth Engineering is seeking alumni guest lecturers (or visiting faculty) for new undergraduate engineering courses, and invites proposals for courses that focus on topics accessible to a wider Dartmouth student audience, particularly non-engineering majors. As alumni, you have an opportunity to turn real-world experience into meaningful education and introduce students to the creative, fun, and human-centered aspects of engineering.
Who are we looking for?
We're looking for mid-career to senior-level alumni excited about returning to campus to teach a course that is rich in life experience and also meets Dartmouth's rigorous educational expectations. Ideal candidates possess advanced degrees in a relevant field or extensive senior management experience, or a combination of both, and enthusiasm for student-centered teaching.
- Course abstract, syllabus, and course outline (list of learning objectives optional)
- Commitment to teaching a full 10-week term of your choice—Summer, Fall, Winter, or Spring
- Ability/willingness to teach all classes in-person (either Mon/Wed/Fri or Tues/Thurs)
Compensation is included. While housing is not covered, Dartmouth's real estate office and other local resources can assist with finding accommodations.
Need inspiration? Wondering if your proposal fits the bill? Below are examples similar to the types of courses we are looking for. See course pages for full descriptions.
How to Apply
To apply, complete and submit the Guest Lecturer Undergraduate Engineering Course Proposal form with optional learning objectives. Following submission, we will contact you with next steps. Please be advised that, due to the volume of applications, not all proposals may be accepted.
For questions or guidance on your proposal, email email@example.com.