Dunwoody College of Technology is currently seeking an Adjunct Instructor in the Arts & Humanities Department. Successful candidates will have a high level of technical competency and professional experience relevant to the course, as well as a desire to reinforce the mission and vision of the Program.
The primary role of the ACHS adjunct faculty is to provide learner-centered instruction through a decoded discipline philosophy by engaging students in high-impact practices and assessing student learning using the appropriate AAC&U VALUE rubric(s). This position reports to the Dean of Instruction.
Foster a learner-centered classroom environment that supports student learning and success.
Teach established student learning outcomes and curriculum for the assigned course of instruction through Dunwoody's LMS.
Use a variety of proven methods of engagement and assessment that facilitate learning of the established course outcomes.
Provide students timely, constructive, encouraging, and corrective feedback.
Maintain accurate student grades and attendance records.
Prepare and distribute syllabi in accordance with established procedures and guidelines.
Evaluate students based solely on their academic performance and connect with students whose progress may require an intervention.
Submit information or materials related to assigned duties as requested by college administrators in a timely manner.
Be accessible to students outside of class hours through Dunwoody e-mail, MS Teams, or other technology.
Meet classes as scheduled; notify the appropriate dean or coordinator in advance if they are to be absent.
Other duties as assigned.
Potential Available Courses:
COMM1000 | Communication in Context | Lecture (3 Credits) - All on campus For the better part of every day, technical professionals rely on communication to get work done efficiently and effectively. In this course, you will develop the communication skills critical for successful problem solving in authentic contexts. You will analyze the situation surrounding a particular message and learn to tailor content, language, structure, and design choices to an intended audience.
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 01 Day(s) of the week: Monday & Wednesday Class Time(s): 9:30 AM -10:50 AM
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 02 Day(s) of the week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Class Time(s): 10:30 AM -11:25 AM
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 03 Day(s) of the week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday Class Time(s): 11:30 AM-12:25 PM
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 05 Day(s) of the week: Tues & Thurs Class Time(s): 12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 06 Day(s) of the week: Tues & Thurs Class Time(s): 3:00 PM - 4:20 PM
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 08 Day(s) of the week: Tues & Thurs Class Time(s): 12:45 PM - 2:15 PM
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 09 Day(s) of the week: Monday & Wednesday Class Time(s): 1:00 PM - 2:20 PM
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 10 Day(s) of the week: Tuesday & Thursday Class Time(s): 1:30 PM - 2:50 PM
Semester: Spring24 (full semester) Section: 11 Day(s) of the week: Monday & Wednesday Class Time(s): 2:30 PM - 3:50 PM
All faculty teaching courses in communications, arts/humanities, natural sciences/mathematics, and social sciences (general education) will meet one of the following criteria:
A master’s degree in the subject in which they are teaching; OR
Any master’s degree and 18 graduate credits in the content area in which they are teaching
Founded in 1914, Dunwoody College of Technology is a private, not-for-profit, endowed institution of higher education. It is one of the few institutions of its kind in the nation, and has been a champion of applied education throughout its history. Its mission is to provide students with a high-quality technical education that result in an immediate job and a fulfilling career.Located in the Lowry Hill neighborhood next to downtown Minneapolis, Dunwoody College offers bachelor’s and associate’s degrees in a variety of technical fields. The College maintains strong ties to local business and industry and values a diverse faculty, support staff, and student body and their unique contributions to an inclusive Dunwoody community. As articulated by our founder William Hood Dunwoody, the College's vision is to provide "for all time" a place where people of diverse backgrounds receive learning opportunities that prepare them for "the better performance of life's duties."