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Lecturer - BIOT 680: Semester-in-Residence Writing Workshop (Summer 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Biology at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for the Masters of Biotechnology program to teach BIOT 680 Semester-in-Residence Writing Workshop. The course provides the student with tools and a focused pathway to develop and complete their Semester in Residence Project. This process is imperative to the student's ability to produce a comprehensive final project, defense, and future industry presentations.
Lecturer - HIST 131: U.S. History 1877 to Present (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of History at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer(s) for Fall 2024 to teach HIST 131: US HIST 1877-Present. The course is a survey of the development and the changing historical interpretation of institutions and society in the United States from the end of Reconstruction to the present. Special attention to the interplay between races and cultural diversity and conflict. Themes include immigration, constitutional development politics, economics, religion, reform, the growth of the U.S. as a world power, status of women, westward expansion, and urbanization.
Lecturer - CS 231: Assembly Language & Digital Circuits Lab (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Computer Science at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach CS 231: Assembly Language & Digital Circuits Lab. The course is described as the structure of computers, number and character representation, word and instruction formats, and flowcharting. Machine and assembly language programming, address modification, indexing, indirect addressing, subroutines, and mnemonic interpreting systems. Includes digital logic, analysis and synthesis of circuits, and circuits of commonly used computer components.
Lecturer - CS 211: Computer Science II Lecture (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Computer Science at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach CS 211: Computer Science II Lecture. The course is a continuation of program design and development. Introduction to data structures: stacks, queues, linear lists, trees, and sets. Includes pointers recursion, and implementation and analysis of sorting and searching algorithms. Extensive programming is required. Includes introduction to parallel models and algorithms, problem state space, relational database, and numerical approximation methods.
Lecturer - CS 331: Computer Architecture (Fall 2024) - Temecula Campus San Marcos
The Department of Computer Science at California State University San Marcos (Temecula Campus) seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach CS 331: Computer Architecture. The course is described as the study of the functional organization and sequential operation of digital computers. The major components of a computer will be discussed. Introduction to machine instruction architecture and design. The study of the internal operations during program execution. Several computer architectures will be studied.
Administrative Coordinator Sociology, College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences San Marcos
Under the general supervision and lead direction of the Sociology Department Chair, the Department Administrative Coordinator supports and assists in the coordination of administrative processes for the Sociology Department.
Lecturer - AMD 122: Survey of World Cinema (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Art, Media, and Design at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for fall 2024 to teach AMD 122: Survey of World Cinema. This is a lower division lecture course that meets in person. This course introduces a diverse selection of film, video and digital media from around the world. Covers such subjects as indigenous aesthetics, post-modern and post-colonial cinema, changing ethnographic cinematic practice, and various approaches to narrative structures within particular cultures. Explores the ethical implications of a Hollywood-dominated film industry and addresses how particular countries undertake production and distribution of film and media.
Lecturer - AMD 309: Narrative Video/New Media (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Art, Media, and Design at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for fall 2024 to teach AMD 309: Narrative Video/New Media. This is an upper division studio course that meets in person. This is a studio course that explores narrative or storytelling structures in video and new media through hands-on research and writing projects. Projects may include creating a narrative video, rich media web project, an interactive CD or DVD, an internet radio show, or an interactive 3-D art installation. Sound, video, web or multimedia applications and technologies will be covered, as well as methods and theories of story structures across cultures. Results in public presentation of student work.
Lecturer: AMD 404 - Advanced Video Production (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Art, Media, and Design at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for fall 2024 to teach AMD 404: Advanced Video Production. This is an upper division studio course that meets in person. The course is described as advanced video production and post-production, including narrative, experimental, documentary and installation. Utilizes digital audio and video tools and software. Development of practical and critical skills through the study and analysis of current issues surrounding the production, interpretation and dissemination of video in relation to visual arts. Public screening of work.
ACE Outreach and Retention Counselor, Student Affairs San Marcos
Under the general direction of the Director of ACE Scholars Services (ACE), the ACE Outreach and Retention Counselor position is responsible for counseling and advising including, but not limited to, prospective applicants, support systems, and external partners on admission-related matters; and participating in various targeted recruitment and outreach yield activities in support of ACE’s goal to increase the rate of foster youth matriculation into, and graduation from, California State University San Marcos.
Lecturer - CS 111: Computer Science I Lab (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Computer Science at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach CS 111: Computer Science I Lab. The course introduces computer science and computational thinking through a modern programming language. Includes fundamental programming structures and problem solving skills to support the organization and manipulation of numeric and text data.
Lecturer - CS 211: Computer Science II Lab (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Computer Science at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach CS 211: Computer Science II Lab. The course is a continuation of program design and development. Introduction to data structures: stacks, queues, linear lists, trees, and sets. Includes pointers recursion, and implementation and analysis of sorting and searching algorithms. Extensive programming is required. Includes introduction to parallel models and algorithms, problem state space, relational database, and numerical approximation methods.
Lecturer - EE 100: Introduction to Electrical Engineering (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Electrical Engineering Program within Department of Physics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach EE 100: Introuduction to Electrical Engineering. The course is described in the catalog as: Introduces the basic principles of electrical engineering with exposure to the electronics and laboratory environment. Focuses on different areas of electrical engineering in the analog and digital world. Covers safety, measurement, and basic measurement units in the laboratory environment. Includes project-based learning with basic component level design, simulation, and circuit level practices. Provides an overview of some of the main topics in analog and digital circuits.
Lecturer - EE 110: Electrical Engineering Clinic I (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Electrical Engineering Program within Department of Physics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach EE 110 Electrical Engineering Clinic I. The course is described in the catalog as: Teaches the basic practices and skills of instrumentation and process control tools in Electrical Engineering. Covers PLC systems, Ladder Logic coding, LabVIEW control process, and modeling of a controlled process. Students will finish the course by doing a project and giving a presentation.
Lecturer - EE 210: Electrical Engineering Clinic II (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Electrical Engineering Program within Department of Physics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach EE 210 Electrical Engineering Clinic II. The course is described in the catalog as: Provides hands-on learning of knowledge and skills of electrical engineering that are required by industry. Covers computational software and interfacing with microcontroller boards.
Lecturer - EE 310: Electric Power and Energy Conversion (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Electrical Engineering Program within Department of Physics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach EE 310 Electric Power and Energy Conversion. The course is described in the catalog as: Covers basic concepts of AC systems, single-phase and three-phase circuits, transformers, transmission lines, electric power generators, AC and DC motors, energy conversion and electric machinery.
Lecturer - EE 420: Control Systems (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Electrical Engineering Program within Department of Physics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach EE 420: Control Systems. The course is described in the catalog as: Includes basics of control systems such as the fundamentals of feedback theory, linearity, time-invariance, and stability. Mathematical, mechanical, and circuit models of control systems will be introduced. Application of transfer functions of the system will be used to study and control its stability.
Lecturer - EE 435: Communication Systems and Circuits (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Electrical Engineering Program within Department of Physics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach EE 435: Communication Systems and Circuits. The course is described in the catalog as: Analysis and design of analog and digital communication systems and circuits. Modulation and demodulation techniques including amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM), and phase modulation (PM). Time and frequency domain concepts including Fourier transforms. Selected subjects may include noise, bandwidth, fiber optics, RF and wireless communications systems.
Lecturer - EE 491A: Senior Project Planning (Fall 2024) San Marcos
The Electrical Engineering Program within Department of Physics at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for Fall 2024 to teach EE 491A: Senior Project Planning. The course is described in the catalog as: Design and planning stage of a senior electrical or computer engineering design and laboratory project. Student(s) will work under the guidance of a faculty member to design and plan project activities for implementation in EE 491B or CE 491B.
Lecturer - BIOT 620: BioProcessing and Bioengineering (Summer 2024) San Marcos
The Department of Biology at California State University San Marcos seeks a part-time lecturer for the Masters of Biotechnology program to co-teach BIOT 620: BioProcessing and BioEngineering on Tuesdays, from 5:30-9:30 pm, in person. The dates of this course are 6/12-8/10/2024. Introduction to the theory and application of biotechnology processes for the development of biopharmaceutical and bio-based products. Covers the spectrum of bioprocess engineering, starting from genetic concepts for producing pharmaceutical and other products. The organisms considered range from simple bacteria to highly specialized animal cell cultures. A basic understanding of fundamental bioprocess concepts such as fluid mechanics, mass transfer, unit operations, biochemical reaction kinetics, cell growth and metabolism, heterogeneous reactions, and bioreactor analysis and design.

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