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Keystone Program

Keystone Teaching Fellow

An undergraduate teaching fellow (TF) position is available for assisting with ENES courses as part of the Keystone Program at the University of Maryland. The Keystone Program is dedicated to excellent teaching of fundamental ENES courses, which are required by most freshman and sophomore students in the College of Engineering.  The goal is to improve student retention and graduation rates by ensuring that students receive the best learning experiences during their early, formative stages. This position specifically refers to the courses: ENES 102 – Mechanics I, ENES 220 – Mechanics II, ENES 221 – Dynamics, or ENES 232 – Thermodynamics. Teaching Fellows must enroll in ENES 478 “Topics in Engineering Education” – 1 credit course.

Electrical and Computer Engineering
Research and Teaching Opportunities for Undergraduates

Undergraduate Teaching Fellow

Each semester the ECE Department hires some of its finest students in high academic standing (3.3 GPA and higher) to serve as Undergraduate Teaching Fellows (UTFs) to lead labs and/or discussion sessions for many of its 100 and 200 level ENEE courses. Some of these courses include: ENEE 140: Introduction to Programming Concepts for Engineers, ENEE 150: Intermediate Programming Concepts for Engineers, ENEE 205: Electric Circuits, ENEE 244: Digital Logical Design. Students interested in participating in this program are asked to apply in the semester in which they would like to teach. They are then hired and assigned to work with a professor. A full UTF position requires 12 hours of work per week; a half position requires 6 hours per week. In addition to leading labs and/or discussion sections, UTFs are expected to hold office hours and grade homework and lab experiments as applicable.

Nelpe Wachsman
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