Top Faculty Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Faculty. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Faculty resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.9% of Faculty resumes contained Classroom Management as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Faculty actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Faculty resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Conducted quarterly reviews of faculty performance utilizing a structured classroom management tool.
  • Conduct student advising and classroom management assistance to assist students complete coursework.
  • Support teachers with classroom management strategies and positive behavior management strategies.
  • Set and implemented classroom management in accordance with established college policy.
  • Facilitated student discussions by applying classroom management techniques and methodology.
  • Involved in instructional design, classroom management and extracurricular activities.
  • Implemented positive classroom management strategies and intrinsic motivation techniques.
  • Implemented Best Practices and Judicious Discipline for classroom management.
  • Mentor instructors in educational methodologies and classroom management.
  • Conducted workshops for faculty on classroom management.
  • Establish classroom management policies and procedures.
  • Act as a mentor and review their courses for classroom management and curriculum implementation.
  • Demonstrated strong presentation, public speaking, conflict resolution, and classroom management skills.
  • Maintained excellent classroom management and served as a mentor for struggling teachers.
  • Establish and enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining classroom management.
  • School or Classroom Management: Maintained student discipline and classroom decorum.
  • Evaluated and trained faculty on proper ACICS protocol classroom management.
  • Trained and mentored new instructors in course design and classroom management
  • Assist with all relevant aspects of classroom management.
  • Instructed graduate students in Options in Classroom Management

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2. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Contribute to curriculum development, evaluation and revision through participation in Faculty Organization and its standing committees.
  • Managed curriculum development for post-secondary institutions and the development of in-house laboratories for educational use.
  • Contributed in curriculum development, attended training related to teaching methodology and educational management.
  • Participated as a curriculum development consultant for adult health majors, graduate level.
  • Delivered training alternatives for instruction and curriculum development career paths.
  • Completed curriculum development project for University Studies for Success class.
  • Evaluated student learning outcomes for strategic data-driven curriculum development.
  • Participated in faculty committees and curriculum development.
  • Assisted with curriculum development and exam writing.
  • Designed curriculum development materials and needs assessments
  • Participated in curriculum development and revisions.
  • Participated in program design and curriculum development
  • Co-facilitated with ongoing curriculum development.
  • Served as active member of Book Review Committee, Student Retention Committee, and Corporate Curriculum Development Committee for Business Administration.
  • Prepared instruction materials, curriculum development, supervised classes of 20-25 students, advised students in academic and professional goals.
  • Participated in a DACUM which is curriculum development for MFT's for the California Department of Mental Health.
  • Developed over 10 courses for a Master of Science for Project Management and other curriculum development activities.
  • Serve as Peer Reviewer in Peer Review Evaluations of courses for curriculum development, revisions and maintenance.
  • Invited as a faculty member in good standing to participate on curriculum development committees.
  • Work with Curriculum Development on course revisions and development of new course material.

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3. Undergraduate Courses

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Here's how Undergraduate Courses is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitated graduate and undergraduate courses in classroom management, assessment and evaluation and critical thinking with Common Core Standards
  • Teach undergraduate courses on a variety of management subjects including human resource management.
  • Developed curriculum and taught various undergraduate courses in both traditional and online formats.
  • Implemented objectives of undergraduate courses.
  • Facilitated graduate level courses in law, ethics, and dispute resolution and undergraduate courses in criminal justice.
  • Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in the School of Education, Serve on university committees.
  • Teach graduate and undergraduate courses, and serve on curriculum assessment and development committees.
  • Designed and taught undergraduate courses for college sophomores and seniors.
  • Served as an exam proctor for undergraduate courses.
  • Teach undergraduate courses within the College of Community & Public Service, School of Public & Nonprofit Administration
  • Graduate and undergraduate courses: marketing, advertising, communications, ecommerce, marketing research.
  • Assisted in the development of the database for Sofia Cardona's undergraduate courses
  • Teach undergraduate courses in Acting and Theatre History
  • Full time faculty member responsibilities included classroom instruction for med- ical/surgical and maternity undergraduate courses.

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4. Online Courses

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Here's how Online Courses is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Passed vigorous evaluation process to obtain faculty status and approval to facilitate 16 online courses in Project Management.
  • Collaborated with multiple departments within the university to ensure the online courses ran effectively.
  • Facilitate online courses in Criminal Justice and Security Management programs.
  • Instructed online courses using advanced educational technology.
  • Teach Master's level online courses in health care management and conflict resolution for approximately 200 graduate students per year.
  • Utilized cloud based content management systems to teach online courses including online testing, lectures, and data collection.
  • Coordinated the team that wrote the University's Christian Worldview course and taught both ground and online courses.
  • Work with staff to assess online courses, course requirements, and any updates to courses.
  • Facilitate undergraduate critical thinking and management online courses within the College of Business for UOPX.
  • Developed and taught several CS, IT and CIS online courses on Angel platform.
  • Lead online courses for entry-level writing and research curriculum, attend department meetings.
  • Implemented the review and negotiation of the master operating agreement regarding online courses.
  • Designed online courses; serves as SME for Health Policy & Management courses.
  • Administered online courses, collaboration tools, and Web 2.0 social software.
  • Teach undergraduate and graduate students; teach both ground and online courses.
  • Instruct hybrid and online courses in the fields of English and Communications
  • Film university staff and faculty lectures and announcements for online courses.
  • Conducted Undergraduate and Graduate Online courses on a part-time basis.
  • Assigned online courses to adjuncts and provided master syllabus.
  • Instructed online courses with an online community college.

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5. Course Syllabus

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Here's how Course Syllabus is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Prepare students by developing skills in those areas in which the instructor is qualified to teach according to approved course syllabus.
  • Inform students about course requirements, evaluation procedures, and class participation and attendance requirements according to the course syllabus.
  • Create course syllabus, weekly lectures, participate in class discussions, facilitate group projects and provide student feedback.
  • Prepare for and instruct assigned course, creation of course syllabus in adherence to academic requirements.
  • Provide students with a written course syllabus that include items specified for course learning outcomes.
  • Developed course syllabus, prepared class materials, graded written assignments and class presentations.
  • Conducted all classes in accordance with the schedule utilizing a current course syllabus.
  • Developed new courses, existing course syllabus and produced teaching materials.
  • Managed course syllabus and ensured credit hour policy was met.
  • Teach all classes according to an approved course syllabus.
  • Develop course syllabus, assignments and projects.
  • Designed course syllabus and weekly lessons.
  • Created course syllabus and lesson plans.
  • Provide students a course syllabus with course expectations, evaluations, and timelines 5.
  • Instructed adult classes in Theatre Appreciation Developed course syllabus and instructional materials

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6. Psychology

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Here's how Psychology is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitate online psychology courses: Essentials of Psychology, Psychology Foundations, Psychology of Human Sexuality & Abnormal Psychology.
  • Teach Psychology and qualified to additionally facilitate Social and Behavioral Science courses at the University of Phoenix.
  • Teach graduate and undergraduate material in psychology from approved curriculum and provide regular feedback to students.
  • Provided individual clinical supervision to graduate level doctoral students within an APA- accredited clinical psychology program.
  • Conducted psychology doctoral intern seminars in group therapy/group dynamics, parent training and child psychopathology.
  • Facilitate online psychology courses, providing academic feedback and engaging in faculty development
  • Served as an instructor for undergraduate psychology classes including Group Dynamics.
  • Recruit potential faculty candidates for teaching opportunities for the psychology programs.
  • Facilitate core child psychology courses within The University of Phoenix curriculum.
  • Teach Adolescent Development, Human Development and Cross-cultural Psychology.
  • Develop and facilitate on campus master's level psychology courses
  • Teach Introduction to Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Education.
  • Facilitated 12 week course in Organizational Psychology to graduates.
  • Teach Philosophy, Legal Environment of Business and Psychology online
  • Teach lower division psychology classes and nursing pharmacology classes
  • Key Responsibilities Professor of Industrial/ Organization Psychology courses.
  • Facilitated on campus and online introductory level psychology courses
  • Teach Motivational & Clinical Psychology to undergraduate students.
  • Design curriculum and instruct introductory psychology course.
  • Developed learning outcomes for psychology curricula.!

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7. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Teach Mathematics of Sustainability, an Algebra review class with an emphasis on environmental and sustainability topics.
  • Develop curricula of interest in Mathematics and Sciences for artists and creative professionals.
  • Provided online primary instructional support for algebra and contemporary mathematics courses.
  • Provide instruction for a general mathematics GRE prep course offered periodically.
  • General Education Faculty English composition: style, development, grammar, organization, and theme Mathematics Customer service, career development
  • Researched, and incorporated new mathematics, science and reading texts and materials into curriculum for teachers in middle school program.
  • Coached students belonging to less privileged sections of society (Grade 6 to 10), in English and Mathematics.
  • Tutored all levels of mathematics up to differential equations and helped new students adjust to frequently having to use computers
  • Background preparation: 6 credit hours in mathematics and 3 credit hours in statistics, or the equivalent.
  • Process all travel reimbursements for faculty, staff, visitors and students in the mathematics dept.
  • Prepare and deliver curriculum for Mathematics (Algebra, and ACT/ SAT test preparation).
  • Developed physical science curriculum and taught middle school physical science and mathematics.
  • Teach courses in Algebra II and offer independent mathematics tutoring services.
  • Applied writing techniques in Writing Intensive (WI) Mathematics courses.
  • Plan, create and implement online mathematics curriculum using MyMathLab software.
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant in the areas of mathematics and software engineering.
  • Job Duties: Teaching Mathematics, Solving problems of students
  • Managed Science and Mathematics program with 7 faculty members.
  • Applied Physics & mathematics for engineering students.
  • Tutored students struggling with courses outside mathematics.

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8. Course Materials

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Here's how Course Materials is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Design supplemental course materials utilizing Blackboard Learn+ to enhance student engagement with historical concepts and primary sources.
  • Mediated student to student and team-related conflict when appropriate Developed lesson plans and supplemental course materials.
  • Design online technical and business writing course materials and administer classes using Design2Learn technology.
  • Developed course materials/curriculum, examined/interpreted a range of textbooks, and students' research.
  • Participate in instructional design and review course materials online and suggest improvements.
  • Developed college curricula and course materials utilizing Applied Principles for Adult Learners.
  • Developed curriculum, clear learning objectives, and course materials ensuring current, top quality course content and clarity for students.
  • Reviewed, revised and developed curriculum, course content, and course materials and methods of instruction on a regular basis.
  • Job Duties: Develop syllabus and course materials for graduate level counseling program meeting requirement for Marriage and Family Therapy.
  • Create, edit, and utilize course materials via Blackboard, in order to include a technical component in class.
  • Instructed students in creative writing and literature courses employing innovative and interactive style bolstering mastery of concepts and course materials.
  • Develop course materials; provide educational instruction through grounded, hybrid, and online courses; and conduct student assessments.
  • Assess and adapt to the needs and abilities of students through instruction, assignments and related course materials.
  • Created course materials in several media and taught courses in numerous applications areas and several programming languages.
  • Compose, edit and type course materials, CLE papers, law review articles and other correspondence.
  • Facilitated weekly office hour sessions to assist and enable students to hone in on course materials.
  • Prepare all Course Curriculum and Lesson Plans including all College Instructional guidelines and course materials.
  • Design student assessment instruments and activities, Grade research papers and other course materials.
  • Prepare course materials and lessons including relevant assignments and methods for student evaluation 3.
  • Helped design course syllabus, course plan, and helped select course materials/text.

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9. Technical Support

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Here's how Technical Support is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Provide faculty with technical support concerning online coursework and modifications to courses.
  • Completed preventive maintenance, repair and technical support to university staff.
  • Provided technical support for Connecticut FIRST Lego League robot competition.
  • Provided technical support and troubleshooting.
  • Resolve 80 requests for technical support in person, via phone, or electronically, related to student and faculty accounts.
  • Identify and report building maintenance needs; performed minor repair work, both in building construction and technical support.
  • Provide A/V and Technical Support to the 25 study group rooms and 16 classrooms in the building.
  • Coordinated student writing, monthly contests, and liaised between teachers and students and technical support group.
  • Provide technical support to University of Delaware Faculty and Staff via phone and on-site.
  • Provided administrative and technical support to over 25 full-time and 30 adjunct faculty members.
  • Assisted in marketing roll-out of MyLab Series as marketing liaison to faculty technical support.
  • Managed technical support for all instructors and provide tier-1 IT support for the office.
  • Provide comprehensive technical support for the students, faculty, and staff.
  • Provide computer technical support within the Office of the Provost.
  • Provided computing and technical support to students, staffs and faculty
  • Provided online and phone technical support to Pearson academic clients.
  • Provided online technical support for faculty members in the program.
  • Work with the MCCD Student Information System technical support.
  • Service daily technical support tickets.
  • Supported graduate students and faculty with one-on-one coaching and technical support.

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10. Theory

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Here's how Theory is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Research specialist in qualitative methodology, including: phenomenology, interpretative phenomenological analysis, grounded theory, and case study research.
  • Provided educational training in evidence-based, nursing theory, nursing theorist, nursing research, and tracer methodology
  • Facilitated students' presentation and discussion Conducted training in nursing class by integrating theory and practice.
  • Conducted research on developing theory of faculty-student professional relationship in fostering classroom motivation.
  • Assist nursing students in application of research-based clinical theory into practice.
  • Synchronize theory coursework with clinical applications while teaching students.
  • Develop teaching material for Applied physics theory and laboratory.
  • Teach courses in Counseling education- Student Development Theory.
  • Instructed Dimensional Analysis theory for all medication calculations.
  • Lecture Medical-Surgical theory in classroom, grade exams
  • Position included both theory and clinical instruction.
  • Directed and coordinated Music Theory program.
  • Coached students through one-on-one instruction, reinforcing concepts through practical projects; measured students' knowledge through theory and practical assessments.
  • Conducted scheduled theory classes 18 hrs per week along with 18 hrs of lab work for both undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Work on the online platform of Blackboard * Familiar with the use of the adult learning theory and student-centered learning.
  • Applied knowledge of adult learning theory and instructional design to author, conduct, and evaluate the program and courses.
  • Applied low brass, music theory, director of men's chorus, Associate Director of Graduate Studies.
  • Major role was to conduct theory and practical classes of students and guide them in implementation of the systems
  • Teach piano lessons in piano technique and music theory, prepare students for performances and organize semester recitals.
  • Integrated Psychological theory of wealth distribution and class and gender inequalities into immersion of the culture.

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11. Topics

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Here's how Topics is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Prepare and deliver interactive course content to undergraduate students on topics such as Information Systems Fundamentals and Web Design Fundamentals.
  • Developed an inpatient-specific didactic curriculum for rotating residents, interns and medical students covering core rehab topics.
  • Performed qualitative and quantitative analysis on multiple topics from many sources for presentation to students.
  • Developed an astronomy course curriculum that covered both cosmological and observational topics.
  • Deliver in-person lectures and facilitate in-person discussions on course topics.
  • Facilitated small group case analysis discussion on topics related to homeostasis
  • Prepared and presented various Professional Development topics to all staff.
  • Substitute teach ceramics courses from beginner to advanced/special topics
  • Volunteered to speak at numerous events with topics such as technology innovation, career mentoring, IT security and IT leadership.
  • Maintain a private studio of BMA Composition majors, teach relevant masterclasses in composition, orchestration, and music industry-related topics.
  • Travel to conferences and meetings for the purpose of learning and sharing research and topics of interest in the field.
  • Enhanced the developments in the field by contributing revisions and additional topics in the syllabus and participating in professional conferences.
  • Covered topics such as academic advising, time management, goal setting, course planning, and college resources.
  • Presented topics dealing with life skills, study skills, social skills, along with university related information.
  • Provided recommendations on course topics and contents, instructional methods, and other aspects of educational programs.
  • Instruct on topics of installation, commission and trouble shoot electrical Power substation and HVAC system.
  • Collected the latest pertinent information for students on topics such as internships, lectures and research.
  • Teach business topics to future business leaders, corporate clients, current and prospective managers.
  • Present various lectures at conferences and seminars to Students and Faculty on various Business topics.
  • Arrange clinical presentations conducted by students while giving feedback on various topics within nursing leadership.

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12. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Developed creative lesson plans with implementation of technology to retain student focus and retention while instructing courses in the approved curricula
  • Conducted side-by-side curriculum in addition to personal lesson plans to develop a high energy environment.
  • Developed curriculum, lesson plans and maintained classroom documentation in traditional and online environments.
  • Researched pedagogical approaches of classroom teaching and incorporated these approaches into lesson plans.
  • Adapt lesson plans based on technology trends and new educational and professional requirements.
  • Developed lesson plans that created a challenging yet accessible learning environment.
  • Design and facilitate training needs-assessments and design appropriate lesson plans.
  • Designed lesson plans and delivered lectures to undergraduate students.
  • Created lesson plans and conducted lectures on application development.
  • Created interactive lesson plans effective in relaying course curriculum.
  • Maintained order by successfully creating and executing lesson plans.
  • Formulate lesson plans, produce lecture/Power point presentations.
  • Developed and implemented daily and unit lesson plans for 9th grade, administered tests and evaluations, and analyzed student performance.
  • Prepare lesson plans, facilitate learning, draft and grade exams, grade oral presentations and grade written research papers.
  • Developed & taught lesson plans based on skill level, interest, ability to learn, and future student aspirations.
  • Prepared and executed concept-based lesson plans, which lead to a noticeable increase in the quality of students' work.
  • Design curriculum and lesson plans and determine all texts and materials and assignments for assigned undergraduate course with 40 students.
  • Generate tests, quizzes, daily assignments along with weekly lesson plans to be retained by college for future use.
  • Develop and teach Lifestyle, Sport, and Physical Activity courses with policies, assignments, and lesson plans.
  • Earned high marks for the quality and creativity of classroom teaching, lesson plans, activities and instructional materials.

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13. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Consulted with the Humanities Faculty in Music Education and lectured on musical style and literature from all major Western historical periods
  • Reviewed project-related materials and literature to develop a basic understanding of the protocol and therapeutic areas.
  • Developed and taught a course on American Constitutional History through historical literature and contemporary media.
  • Maintained databases, ran statistical analyses, and assisted with literature reviews and manuscript preparation.
  • Conducted literature review, assisted in survey instrument construction and trained an assistant.
  • Teach diverse literature/writing curricula to undergrads & grads in small-group settings.
  • Review and edit patient literature incorporating current evidence-based practices.
  • Reviewed literature, prepared research proposal.
  • Led the grade level team to design a thematic, literature-based curriculum, implement best practices and impact lasting pedagogical change.
  • Develop and present lectures and tests based on the learning plan and objectives and current literature search for Evidenced-Based medical care.
  • Provide direct coursework and instruction in American Literature seminar, British Literature Honors seminar, and AP Language & Composition.
  • Awarded a fellowship to study American, British and Medieval Literature and teach undergraduate writing and literature courses.
  • Host various literature-related social events, including faculty and student dinners, group discussions, and study sessions
  • Conduct additional literature reviews as needed and supervise medical students' and fellows GI Research Electives.
  • Developed curriculum for speech, resume writing, communication, English literature and English composition courses.
  • Developed and delivered literature and writing courses for up to 150 students per semester.
  • Promoted to teach English composition and literature to 130 junior high school students.
  • Course work involved children's literature for ages birth through early elementary school.
  • Research and develop literature reviews on key concepts and design project plans.
  • Developed ENG 302 Comparative Literature for teaching in August.

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14. Principles

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Here's how Principles is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Tracked and overseen the understanding and application of business and management principles to determine academic performance.
  • Trained interns on Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Workstation, and computer networking principles like TCP/IP.
  • Serve as example of professional conduct, exemplifying nursing's ethical principles and unifying feature of caring.
  • Worked closely with students to demonstrate core principles of anthropology, proctored exams, and graded papers.
  • Lead students in discussion and coursework in order to better understand marketing and Integrated Marketing principles.
  • Subject matter expert on payroll principles and procedures and implements changes as needed.
  • Develop teaching and assessment tools related to the basic principles of nutrition science.
  • Instructed students on the principles of grammar, writing, and reading skills.
  • Facilitated several accounting courses such as Principles of Accounting and Advance Accounting.
  • Facilitate an online course titled, Principles of Health and Wellness.
  • Teach Principles of Speech course.
  • Lectured principles of quality administrative and financial management at secondary and collegial institutions for students at graduate level program.
  • Established broadcast journalism, story boarding, multi media operations, advertising/public relations principles and practices.
  • Managed participants attendance and disciplinary issues, highlighting critical relationships to professional principles and practices.
  • Developed courses using androgogical principles and adult learning theories relevant to the scholar-practitioner model.
  • Research in modeling and simulations of unsteady propulsion systems using nonsteady-flow principles.
  • Developed principles for structure-based design of epitope cancer vaccines.
  • Instructed in both online and blended learning environments the principles of technology integration concepts and strategies to preservice teachers.
  • Developed handouts for the basic principles of the laboratory procedures and its practical applications.
  • Guided students to understand the basic principles of piano in a week-long camp.

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15. Database

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Here's how Database is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Developed curriculum and instructed courses in database management systems, project management, systems analysis design, and application development.
  • Maintain records for education students and entering them into the national database Kentucky Educational Professionals Standards Board.
  • Queried financial databases and analyzed data using Hyperion Interactive Reporting Studio and Excel pivot tables.
  • Entered all information into EPIC database and cross-referenced with insurance before scheduling.
  • Developed and indexed databases that provided information for library users.
  • Introduced a novel knowledge-based database management system, KDBMS.
  • Maintained student financial aid information using University database.
  • Developed Access database to store faculty information.
  • Developed user-friendly database in Microsoft Excel.
  • Maintained University faculty personnel database.
  • Provided users with an orientation on non-standard applications, such as how to access a database or run a standard report.
  • Helped faculty and students in using different word processing, spreadsheet, database, communication software, and programming packages.
  • Utilize in-house database system, and SharePoint; perform data entry, filing, and miscellaneous other administrative duties.
  • Conducted training on MS-SQL Server 2000 Database design, implementation and administration as part of the MCDBA track.
  • Used C# and LINQ to gather desired data from a database to be used by the front-end.
  • Managed calendars, databases, and spreadsheets to meet deadlines and ensure the orderly completion of project work.
  • Facilitated department faculty searches: data tracking/data entry of candidates through (HRIS) database management software.
  • Administrated and maintained Oracle 8i/9i and SQL Server student databases on Linux Advanced Server and Windows NT/2003.
  • Team Size: 5 Description: Database training institute provides database training for college and school students.
  • Maintain database of bankruptcy applicants for bankruptcy law professor and assist in all Debtor Coalition projects.

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16. Ethics

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Here's how Ethics is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Served on University Ethics Committee reviewing student violations.
  • Trained over 5,000 employees in Ethics during the year that it was state mandated that each employ have ethics training.
  • Facilitate online courses in leadership, organizational behavior, strategy, ethics, statistics, and other business related subjects.
  • Serve as chair/voting member of ethics committee meetings wherein academic and behavioral violations are reviewed and sanctions are levied.
  • Graduate Courses taught include: Law, Ethics, and Corporate Governance, Organizational Tax Research and Planning.
  • Course agenda includes all aspects of the LEED certification process and the ethics behind the trend today.
  • Led academic instruction for BLS/CPR, medical terminology, law & ethics, and ECG classes.
  • Instruct upper level college curriculum and courses in Business Ethics, Ethics and Social Responsibility.
  • Subject matter includes: Bible, Theology, Post-modernism, Organizational Management, and Ethics.
  • Lecture and instruct undergraduate business majors in Business Law & Ethics (10 courses).
  • Uphold NC educators code of ethics and engage students in a rigorous and enriching curriculum.
  • Approved to teach undergraduate management, marketing, ethics, and critical thinking courses.
  • Participated in ethics review committee for student code of conduct violations and plagiarism.
  • Delivered classes on Jewish Law and Ethics to High School students grades 9-12.
  • Teach and develop curriculum for business law, ethics and management courses.
  • Developed and taught course on Medical Ethics as part of core curriculum
  • Designed Quality Assurance projects to enhance work ethics,.
  • Reestablished courses in Bioethics and World Religions.
  • Educate students on current laws and ethics.
  • Fall 2011 - Law 658: Health, Human Rights, Bioethics, and the Fight against Terrorism.

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17. Biology

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Here's how Biology is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Prepared lectures encompassing, microbial ecology, virology, immunology, bacteriology, basic epidemiology, and clinical microbiology.
  • Help students analyze numerical data using statistical P-values to correctly test hypotheses in organismic biology.
  • Design and teach face-to-face courses in environmental science and biology thematically linked to Dinosaurs.
  • Lectured basic and advanced microbiology courses to undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students
  • Assisted in Marine Biology Research utilizing laboratory procedures and data collection.
  • Facilitate learning in science courses including Environmental Science and General Biology.
  • Conducted laboratory classes on Immunology, Microbiology & Biochemistry.
  • Prepared new faculty to handle laboratory courses in microbiology.
  • Teach courses in General Biology and Medical Terminology.
  • Provide lecture-only instruction for Concepts in Biology course.
  • Experience teaching multiple sections of Biology laboratory classes.
  • General Biology, Human Biology, Microbiology Marine Biology, Coral Reef Ecology, Environmental Science, Natural History, Field Ecology
  • Developed project-based curriculum to meet national standards for biology and algebra I with a focus on inquiry.
  • Field Biology Since high school I have had a particular interest in human brain science and behavior.
  • Prepare science lectures pertaining to chemistry, biology, environmental science, and physical science.
  • Redesign Exam Question Writer, Advanced Placement Biology, College Board of Electronic Testing Service.
  • Core skills: microbiology course development, public speaking, college-level instruction and mentoring.
  • Teach and lecture bone biology courses for dental, undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Teach one or more Biology courses, at assigned campuses.
  • Teach a hybrid course in Biology for non science majors.

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18. Student Learning

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Here's how Student Learning is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitated student learning of career development strategies, interviewing skills, resume writing and portfolio development structure.
  • Planned, organized and presented information providing an instructional environment which are conducive for student learning.
  • Facilitate and cultivate an academic environment conducive to student learning with professional and personal development.
  • Investigated and oversaw the implementation of educational technology in support of medical student learning.
  • Lectured, designed and administered exams, and facilitated student learning.
  • Develop strong learning environments conducive to ensure appropriate student learning.
  • Incorporated sound educational practices designed to maximize student learning
  • Promote student learning through effective classroom instructional activities.
  • Utilize classroom technology to facilitate student learning.
  • Direct student learning, prepare lesson plans and syllabus, create exams and quizzes, and initiate grades of student performance.
  • Collaborated on the development, review and revision of curriculum, including the Student Learning Outcomes process, and operational procedures.
  • Contributed to college and division collaborative planning and development processes as they apply to the student learning process.
  • Facilitated student learning, provided effective instruction, and performed evaluations of student learning for all assigned classes.
  • Facilitated student learning through lecture and simulation lab, assessing students learning and rationale for clinical judgments.
  • Facilitate substantive campus discussion and training about assessment of student learning and its connection to improve teaching.
  • Meet diverse student learning needs, meeting one-on-one with student, flexibility to adapt to class environment.
  • Field questions and provide explanations, resources, and examples to better enhance the student learning experience.
  • Developed teaching plans and techniques to foster student learning and growth in primary care assessment skills.
  • Support student learning and development through academic rigor, coaching, and mentoring efforts.
  • Developed lectures, activities, and assignments as needed to enhance student learning styles.

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19. Anatomy

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Here's how Anatomy is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Managed curriculum to meet regulatory requirements for accreditation; taught medical coding and billing, anatomy and physiology and medical terminology.
  • Assess student performance clinically and academically while discussing associations of Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Implemented triathlon experiences with physiological data in biology anatomy unit.
  • Instruct Anatomy and physiology lecture and laboratory sessions as assigned.
  • Developed and delivered online Anatomy and Physiology course.
  • Allied Health Instructor at Miami Lakes Campus, teaching Anatomy and Physiology course in the classroom.
  • Created an interactive Jeopardy game for reviews of anatomy, physiology, and prenatal care.
  • Teach students human anatomy, pharmacy, massage, and medical terminology.
  • Instructed courses in Anatomy and Chemistry to undergraduate students.
  • Trained Faculty Advisors to teach the fundamentals of human anatomy to high-achieving students
  • Lead instructor for NUR 11 Anatomy & Physiology, NUR 28 Health Assessment, and NUR 41 Advanced Medical- Surgical Nursing.
  • course taught: Anatomy and Physiology II & Anatomy and Physiology II Lab - assisted students with computer-simulated physiology labs
  • Job Profile * Primarily worked in Medical Training in human anatomy, physiciology, pathology and disease process.
  • Provide classroom lectures on patient care, communication, and radiographic anatomy.
  • plan and teach Anatomy and Physiology I & II lecture and lab
  • Gross anatomy lecturer and lab instructor.
  • RATE 1102 Biology and Radiographic Anatomy II Inter American University, Aguadilla Campus 2017 Faculty- BIOL 4303 General Mycology

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20. Blackboard

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Here's how Blackboard is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Supplemented traditional in-class delivery with use of Blackboard learning platform.
  • Utilize on-line teaching/learning programs including Blackboard.
  • Learned to use a range of technologically enhanced delivery systems: Interactive Whiteboard, One-Note, Blackboard Vista, digital textbooks.
  • Maintained office hours and direct interaction with students in a formal learning and e-learning environment (Blackboard).
  • Administered curriculum and provide classroom and student support for online classes through the Blackboard course delivery system.
  • Utilize Blackboard version 9 software to post announcements, discussion updates and student grades.
  • Communicate and conference with students via email, Blackboard, phone, and in-person.
  • Create extended learning activities and resources on Blackboard as a supplement to in-class learning.
  • Developed online course (piloted and adopted at the high school) utilizing Blackboard.
  • Provided a blended training program for new hires that included online training through Blackboard.
  • Returned to AUS to introduced Blackboard to the School of Business in 2003.
  • Teach graduate courses in the Higher Education Administration program utilizing the Blackboard platform.
  • Prepared written and electronic (Blackboard) tests utilizing a three variable blueprint.
  • Utilize RamCT Blackboard to maintain course information online for distance graduate courses.
  • Develop assessment techniques and utilize BlackBoard to track student progress and grades.
  • Entrusted by faculty for special projects using Blackboard and Oracle PeopleSoft.
  • Prepare and deliver instruction in hybrid classes using Blackboard software.
  • Trained new online faculty members in best teaching practices and Blackboard
  • Provide technical support to faculty in Blackboard 8 Blackboard 9.1.
  • Provided systems training to instructors for BlackBoard and Faculty Portal.

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21. Seminar

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Here's how Seminar is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Participated in departmental and faculty seminars aimed at sharing research outcomes and building interdisciplinary collaboration within and outside the department.
  • Coordinate all domestic and international travel arrangements for seminars and conferences: scheduled appointments, meetings and speaking engagements.
  • Have given seminars on Plant Biotechnology, Animal Biotechnology, Microbial Biotechnology and Environmental Biotechnology.
  • Participated in educational conferences, professional training and seminars, as well as staff/department meetings.
  • Scheduled and promoted seminars, arranged travel and accommodations, and coordinated catering.
  • Supervised approximately 25 faculty members and developed new employee orientation workshops and seminars.
  • Instructed Seminar in Wellness Services to graduate and advanced undergraduate nutrition students.
  • Participate in professional development activities, research, and online training seminars.
  • Attended various business leadership seminars, hosted by local business executives.
  • Participate in faculty meetings and professional development workshops and seminars.
  • Organized seminars and cultural events during undergraduate and graduate studies.
  • Provide professional awareness seminars for current students and recent graduates.
  • Attended professional development seminars and student data driven meetings.
  • Lead discussion sessions and conducting national and international seminars.
  • Invited to develop a nursing seminar on evidence-based practice.
  • Presented adult education seminars to corporate and educational institutions.
  • Conducted weekly seminar discussing current clinical practice issues.
  • Plan and implement worship services, retreats and service learning seminars, and serve as a resource for all religion teachers.
  • Led graduate student seminars in focused study of subjects such as feminist art, institutional critique, and Minimal art.
  • Field instructor for students completing their advance seminar class in preparation of graduation with a Master of Social Work degree.

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22. Physiology

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Here's how Physiology is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Lectured on various topics including emergency airway management, physiology, RSI, scene control and utilization of county resources.
  • Exercise Physiology (The prevention and treatment of exercise-induced muscle damage).
  • Provided guidance in understanding of Pathophysiology and nursing care for the cardiovascular patient population.
  • Advanced Concepts in Physiology/Pathophysiology Reviewed class materials with students 2 hours/week via Adobe Connect.
  • Developed, implemented and evaluated Pathophysiology Class for 35 accelerated nursing students
  • Course covered all basic physiology but has a strong emphasis on muscular physiology as most students were pre-physical therapy.
  • Provided multi-layered approach to undergraduate and advanced coursework in biomechanics, basic physiology, and thinking critically.
  • Graduate course in pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus.

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23. Diversity

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Here's how Diversity is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitated Human Services Classes including Cultural Diversity & Inclusion, Case Management, Organizational Effectiveness and Program Design & Evaluation.
  • Fostered an awareness of issues concerning diversity and inclusion, and structural inequalities.
  • Coached faculty members on managing campus diversity, student engagement and inclusion.
  • Analyze why gender equity and diversity are important from an organizational perspective.
  • Planned, implemented and managed school-wide and city-wide Diversity and Acceptance initiatives.
  • Identify organizational factors that hinder and those that promote managing diversity.
  • Provide education training to organizations interested in cultural diversity.
  • Identify how organizations can successfully implement diversity initiatives.
  • Selected to Ohio Humanities Council on cultural diversity.
  • Served on diversity and organizational effectiveness committees.
  • Conduct Diversity Training for Houston Faculty members.
  • Organize Guest Speakers to bring in Corporate Professionals to discuss timely topics including Diversity, Career Management, leadership and others.
  • Facilitate online courses in Cultural Diversity and an online college success course - Skills for Learning in an Information Age.
  • Developed and managed the class syllabus for Physical Geography, Introduction to Geography and the Geography of Cultural Diversity.
  • Course co-coordinator / Instructor - Management of Mental Health in Nursing, Culture and Diversity on Nursing.
  • Led a CFG- inspired on-campus professional development group related to diversity issues on campus in 2012-2013.
  • Form an advisory committee that will focus on issues related to diversity in the department5.
  • Used a diversity of teaching methods, including simulations, field trips, and conversation.
  • Work closely with wide range of diversity studying degree and certification in business.
  • Teach coursework on the ethical dilemmas of cultural diversity within the United States

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24. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Provide hands-on leadership to establish a quality operation characterized by high-level service and courteous customer service.
  • Facilitated discussion sections on customer service, programming and instruction.
  • Provided customer service solutions to ensure a positive customer experience.
  • Exercised professional conduct and customer service skills.
  • Offered a high level of customer service and attended to a busy switchboard, maintaining professionalism and handling disputes when necessary.
  • Provided excellent customer service by following up with candidates to help answer any questions or concerns regarding the scheduling process.
  • Reinforce high standards of customer service by consistently delivering orders on time and in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Provide customer service and manage recreation facilities by promoting a clean, safe and organized environment for gym patrons.
  • Provided, promoted and supported excellence in customer service to the students, faculty and staff of BGSU.
  • Assisted in all aspects of office management including bank reconciliation, patient check out and customer service.
  • Exemplified high quality customer service skills through phone calls, answering questions, confirming appointments, etc.
  • Finance, Marketing, Sales, Management, Human Resources, Customer Service, and E-business.
  • Provided first level technical support and customer service at the Help Desk lab.
  • Served on customer service committee, assisted to develop training for volunteer staff.
  • Provided excellent customer service to help resolve scheduling questions and concerns.
  • Provide students, faculty, and staff with great customer service.
  • Conducted clerical work as well as customer service.
  • Provide efficient and courteous customer service.
  • Managed front desk customer services lobby.
  • Acknowledged by upper management for providing excellent customer service and resolving customer issues in a professional manner.

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25. Public Health

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Here's how Public Health is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Chaired Community Curriculum Committee; taught public health principals, survey methods, community health program development and evaluation classes/workshops.
  • Developed the curriculum and has been teaching a Master's Level course in Public Health Information Systems Evaluation & Project Management.
  • Teach Public Health, Nutrition, Personal and Community Health, Wellness for Life, Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco
  • Designed, implemented and evaluated pediatric, labor and delivery, and public health simulations.
  • Subject matter expert for South University designing online Public Health and Statistics courses.
  • Advise students on careers in public health & write recommendations;
  • Teach public health and statistics courses.
  • School of Public Health course 6120: Injury Prevention in the Workplace, Community, and Home (Spring 2013).
  • Evaluated biopsychosocial public health issues related to PTSD and SUD, at the VACHS.
  • Served on numerous committees in development of School of Public Hlth Developed and Taught Foundations of Public Health Course

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26. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Generated two PowerPoint presentation and supporting Word documentation for proposed plans.
  • Create PowerPoint presentations from original manuscripts and supplied data.
  • Facilitate training for Public School teachers and students on Microsoft Applications (MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
  • Teach computer basics and Microsoft Office applications: Word, Access, Excel & PowerPoint (beginners).
  • Included within the class are hands-on workshops in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
  • Developed a curriculum for the course which included weekly PowerPoint notes and dialogue with participating students.
  • Worked with various computer programs, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Access and Excel.
  • Researched artwork, based on keywords given by faculty, for use in PowerPoint presentations.
  • Design curriculum, material, and course outlines using PowerPoint, Articulate and Captivate.
  • Update curriculum materials such as teacher manuals, PowerPoint presentations, and student workbooks.
  • Trained participants in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access from introduction to advanced.
  • Maintain spreadsheets in Excel, Access, Word Documents and Presentations in PowerPoint.
  • Lectured using PowerPoint and traditional methods of lecturing as well.
  • Developed several PowerPoint presentations for class.
  • Instructed students through discussion, PowerPoint, and real world experience Conducted assessments via exams, papers, and group projects
  • Analyze data and present findings at end of internship via PowerPoint presentation in presence of Chiang Mai Medical Faculty.
  • Created a course website using Moodle to post PowerPoint presentations and other materials for student access.
  • Document editing using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, and Access.
  • Prepared and delivered microeconomic lectures to more than 100 students using MS-PowerPoint slides.
  • Teach online and in person Story Structure courses to university students using Powerpoint and Camtasia 2 software.

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27. Internet

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Here's how Internet is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Used multiple internet databases to inquire certain certifications and classifications of faculty and students.
  • Internet-based learning sessions comprised of expert evidence reviews.
  • Conducted internet and library based research.
  • Course includes skills in Microsoft Office, the Internet, digital video editing, graphics and sound, technology hardware.
  • Designed syllabus and planned and delivered lessons on basics of computer operating systems, Microsoft Office, and the Internet.
  • Coordinated staff meetings, created staff schedules, and oversaw internet, phone, and face-to-face sales.
  • Instruct students on usage of Information Technology including Microsoft Office 2007, Internet Explorer and Windows Vista.
  • Designed and created Web sites that allowed student users to access their information securely through the Internet.
  • Fly Wheels is a digital cycling center ran by tech packs that is control through the internet.
  • Enhanced instruction delivery incorporating resources of internet, music, visual arts and theater.
  • Engaged students on the history of film, internet, radio and television.
  • Course manuals, test/quiz generation, exam proctoring, extensive internet use and research
  • Crossed trained for Directed Study (On-Line classes through the Internet).
  • Create curriculum for internet marketing general and topic based courses and seminars.
  • Conducted Faculty Internet Workshop and MCC Community Open House Internet Workshop.
  • Research information from the internet or law based software.
  • Conducted Open House Workshop on use of the Internet.
  • Searched for possible faculty using numerous internet search sites.
  • Interact and participate with students via internet postings.
  • Provided lectures on internet usage, web-based resources.

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28. Economics

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Here's how Economics is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Designed and implemented countrywide assessments in Economics and developed new curricula.
  • Authored a mock economics currency problem using a world economic space model.
  • Facilitated the following: The Economics of Management.
  • Research Assistant (International Economics)
  • Tutored students in the introductory level economics course weekly Reviewed assignments before submitting it to the professor for final grading
  • Created and delivered economics workshops for primary and secondary school teachers Developed lesson plans and other educational materials
  • Job Description Taught Rizal Course, Basic Economics, Land Reform and Taxation, and Cross-Cultural Communication courses to college students.
  • Teach Basic Economics, Micreconomics, Macroeconomics, Personal Finance.
  • Teach Social Studies, Economics, and Goverment
  • BUS 1103 Economics for Manager1.
  • Key Contributions & Achievements Most developed unit of study focused on Native American fiction, poetry, history and contemporary socio-economics.
  • Water in the Context of Africa: Geopolitics and Geo-economics, Cultural Review Contrastes, No.
  • Fall 2004-Spring 2005) Courses: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics
  • Brown Mackie Project Mgmt, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Technology, Economics, Business Admin, etc.

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29. Scholarship

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Here's how Scholarship is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Advised and redirected in success principles resulting in a re-energized student who graduated and received graduate school acceptance with scholarships.
  • Handle incoming students' admission Process scholarship and financial aid applications
  • Merit-based scholarship _ American University of Beirut.
  • Obtained scholarship to accompany Women's Chorus performances
  • Remain professionally active in research and scholarship.
  • Asked to be Scholarship Champion (5/2011), leading efforts through monthly meetings among faculty seeking scholarship opportunities.
  • Managed staff of six serving over 100 of 9,000 attendees of the Pops on the Heights scholarship dinner.
  • Advise EOF scholarship group in sharing their educational experiences with the rest of the campus.
  • Offer support to faculty for research, scholarship, creative activities, and service.
  • Promote NHIA national scholarship offer to 53 state and territory winners and runners-up.
  • Promoted a culture of scholarship, teaching, service, and practice.
  • Provided secretarial support to law professors for their teaching and scholarship.
  • Write and implement polices and procedures for the faculty scholarship program.
  • Execute scholarship responsibility of keeping current in subject matter being taught.
  • Served on the Student Ambassador Scholarship and Service Learning Committees.
  • Produce scholarship as defined and in alignment with COHS.
  • Served as Reviewer for Alpha Sigma Lambda Scholarship Committee.
  • Serve on the scholarship committee grading student scholarship applications.
  • Organize Faculty Scholarship Spotlight Series workshops.
  • Collaborated with supervisor to generate agenda and documents for each meeting of 60 faculty members Assisted during Faculty Senate Scholarship decision process

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30. C++

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Here's how C++ is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Designed and implemented a complete Microsoft Excel-compatible data formatting library in C++.
  • Trained students on C++ and MS SQL Server and provided doubt-clearing sessions to resolve the issues students faced
  • Imparted C, C++ and Core Java knowledge to students at Bachelors level and Masters level.
  • Designed and created base C++ based game engine abstraction code for the Game Engine course series.
  • Used OpenGL GLUT and FreeGLUT for the Basic Computer Game Development with C++ course series.
  • Worked as a Faculty at LLC Computer center teaching computer electronics, C/C++ programming.
  • Developed and wrote the project's according to C++ coding standards.
  • Subject areas: C++ programming, Java, Linux workshop etc.
  • Lectured subjects including C++, Advanced Java, and Computer Graphics.
  • Designed an integrated exception handling mechanism in C++ programs.
  • Facilitated lab sessions for C, C++ & Java.
  • Involved in teaching Computer Languages such as C, C++, Oracle, D2k.
  • Delivered courses in C, C++, JAVA, XML and J2EE.
  • Tutor students in C, C++ and grade papers.
  • Achieved a year of experience in challenging stream like C, C++ and Java as a faculty in NIIT Akkayapalem.
  • Trained the students in implementing algorithms through programming languages such as C, C++, Pascal, and Cobol.
  • Assisted Faculty Officers with the practical training of students on Java, C++ & .net framework
  • Worked as an Software faculty for C, C++, Unix languages in Software Technology Group
  • Teach C++ and Visual Basic programming to undergraduate computer science students.
  • Teach C++ programming including Objectoriented.

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31. Philosophy

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Here's how Philosophy is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Focused on teaching students how to apply adventure education philosophy and activities in physical education curriculum.
  • Teach 2 to 3 classes per quarter in philosophy, ethics, logic, symbolic logic and history of Western civilization.
  • Restarted campus Philosophy Club, and organized 'Project Catherine': a Holiday season clothing drive for the Appalachian poor.
  • Aided the student intern in refining his teaching philosophy and supported him in applying for K-6 teaching positions.
  • Committed to and supports the philosophy, mission, and goals of the institution and the Department.
  • Course taught: Minds and Machines, an introductory course in Cognitive Science and Philosophy of Mind.
  • Led discussion and addressed questions regarding my topic and how it relates to other areas in philosophy.
  • Facilitated World Religion, Intro to Philosophy; also approved for Foundations for Business.
  • Teach variety of Graduate & Professional Studies classes -Teach in the Philosophy Department
  • Demonstrated commitment to the philosophy and mission of the university.
  • Instruct Introduction to Philosophy, Ethics, and Bioethics Succeeded in proposing and refining bioethics as a course.
  • Presented sessions on Sara Ahmed's cultural philosophy and Zizek's political philosophy.

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32. General Education

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Here's how General Education is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Conduct an ongoing program of student assessment work with other program/general education instructors to ensure student achievement and effectiveness of instruction.
  • Served as a key member of various committees like Professional Development Committee, General Education Committee and Educational Technology Committee.
  • Modified the general education curriculum for special-needs students based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Served as a general education instructor.
  • Teach Public Speaking; qualified and available to teach most general education courses; appointed by College President to College Council
  • Teach both in the classroom and on-line classes for the Business and General Education departments as the primary accounting instructor.
  • Facilitate online undergrad general education class (GEN195 and GEN200 - Foundations for General Education and Professional Success).
  • Developed and taught classroom and online courses in web design, graphics, video, and general education.
  • Instruct and manage Environmental Science and General Science courses with the General Education curriculum of the college.
  • Worked very closely with Dean of General Education to develop an expanded Social Science program.
  • General Education (Business Math, Algebra, Accounting, etc.)
  • Teach Gen 200: Foundations for General Education and Professional Success.
  • Instruct developmental/general education courses in Math, Writing, and Business.
  • Teach within the School for Adult and General Education.
  • Managed a team of five adjunct general education faculty.
  • Summer 2006 Special Committee for General Education
  • Served as transcript evaluator for the General Education department Served on the Faculty Development Committee
  • Facilitate GEN/200 Foundations for General Education and Professional Success.
  • Have been commissioned by the Dean of Academic Affairs to redraft syllabi for the entire general education division.
  • Full time online faculty teaching computer courses, advising, and other general education responsibilities.

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33. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Provided instruction for students in the Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Medical Transcription Technology in the Information Technology Department.
  • Participate in faculty mentoring programs to assist students in the development of their information technology and professional careers.
  • Develop the learners understanding of the iterative nature of software and health information technology implementations.
  • Managed and advised students completing degree programs in Information Technology and Computer Information Systems.
  • Provide Information Technology to students in a formal educational environment.
  • Develop curricula and training materials relating to Information Technology topics.
  • Provide technical learning resources via information technology.
  • Renewed security certificates for Information Technology Services.
  • Led the development of curricula for the Bachelors and Masters degrees in Information Technology and Bachelor s degree in Business Administration.
  • Teach Information Technology classes relating to networking, Microsoft Office, web development and programming, help desk operations and P.C.
  • Instruct ICD-9, CPT, and Management of Coding Services for Health Information Technology and Certified Coding Specialist students.
  • Instructed students on research and writing skills essential for career success in information technology (IT) professions.
  • Instructed and assisted students in Client Sever Systems, Information Technology and Principles of Programming Language.
  • Design and develop online courses for use within the Health Information Technology program.
  • Network with other professionals in Information Technology to stay current in the field.
  • Provide instruction in the Information Technology program to degree seeking students.
  • Prepared and delivered factory automation, facilities layout, capacity planning, electronics circuit analysis, and information technology curriculums.
  • Teach 'Information Technology Project Management' for the Masters of Nursing Informatics program
  • Trained and taught Information Technology Basic course to students of M. Pharma while studying MCA.
  • Course On Training Course Faculty of Science and (Dr. Badie Sartawi) Information Technology

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34. Intro

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Here's how Intro is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Post necessarily materials, including Faculty Introduction, Expectations, and Weekly Lesson Guidance in accordance with university deadlines.
  • Provide instruction and information to foster students' ability to navigate successfully through the online introductory course.
  • Introduced real-world business plans and created simulations to develop best practices in business and management.
  • Developed proposals and curriculum for introduction of web development and web programming courses.
  • Experience includes teaching introductory chemistry laboratory courses for undergraduate freshmen students.
  • Facilitate introductory writing and student skills courses for online degree programs
  • Develop and maintain introductory physics and astronomy laboratory experiences.
  • Developed Curriculum and teaching Introduction of Graphic Design.
  • Developed and taught introductory Sustainable Building Technology course
  • Introduced simulation with high fidelity mannequin.
  • Tutor Introductory Algebra and Numerical Concepts
  • Introduced Human Resource Management practices.
  • Introduced and implemented campus initiatives.
  • Introduced classes ranging from 7-10 students to various nursing unit experiences to include oncology, cardiology, medical and surgical units.
  • Instructed College Composition I and II, Strategies for Success (Intro to College), and Critical Thinking for A.S.
  • Introduced and analyzed various rhetorical devices and their intended effects for students to write more cogently, effectively, and powerfully.
  • Design, develop and deliver ANT 102: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology for in-person ITV course with Canvas online shell.
  • Participated in each semester's portfolio review process of the students' work completed in the introductory art history courses.
  • Teach courses under the Business Program (Business Management, Intro to Business, Accounting, Finance, etc).
  • Introduced a new evaluation process which helps support the teachers through observation and useful feedback to improve classroom teaching.

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35. Pharmacology

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Here's how Pharmacology is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Facilitated pharmacy students on subjects like pharmacology, physiology and pharmaceutical dispensing
  • Instructed sophomore-level Pharmacology to nursing students.
  • Experience teaching lecture and didactic for NR-322 Care of the pediatric patient, NR-281 Pathology, and NR-291 Pharmacology.
  • Teach Pharmacology to Master of Science Nursing students, who are primarily Nurse Practitioners.
  • Oversee and assist Masters of Science in Nursing students in Advanced Pharmacology.
  • Advise them on nursing procedures, clinical practice guidelines, and pharmacology
  • Teach Pharmacology for the RN Program III.
  • Lead Faculty for Pharmacology at Auburn University and AUMNurse Practitioner in Student Health CenterDesigned and Implemented the Pharmacology Curriculum.
  • Project supported from Cairo University, affiliated in the Parasitology and Pharmacology
  • Delivered pharmacology lectures to Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) students Covered topics that included: Infectious Disease and Cardiology
  • Course content included: nutrition, gerontology, pediatrics, med/surg, pharmacology and obstetrics.
  • Instructed students in Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Pathophysiology, andPharmacology.
  • Instructed students on pathophysiology, pharmacology, and fundamental nursing skills in the skills lab and clinical environment.

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36. Sociology

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Here's how Sociology is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Co-chaired department reorganization committee when Sociology and Criminal Justice were combined into a single department.
  • Instructed traditional undergraduate students in the basic ideas of sociology through interactive lectures.
  • Assisted Cornell Sociology Department Faculty with grant reporting and administrative support
  • Planned, designed and implemented lower division sociology courses.
  • Provide instruction in sociology at Ford Motor Company
  • Teach the following courses: Sociology, Sociology of developing countries, Society, Law and Government and African American Studies
  • Develop and teach a Sociology S161 course that introduces students to the discipline of Sociology.
  • Instruct Sociology courses, and maintain course websites Respond to student inquiries and tutor struggling students
  • Received second highest student evaluations among a ten member adjunct pool in the Sociology Department.
  • Facilitated classroom lecture in the fields of Psychology, Sociology, and Human Services.
  • Designed and taught Sociology, Psychology, English and Economics to juniors and seniors.
  • Facilitated discussions of sociology, anthropology, art and design texts and lectures.
  • Co-chaired search committee for new positions in Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice.
  • Conduct classes in Sociology within the online environment.
  • Conduct classes in Sociology with all programs.
  • Consistentlyengaged students in critical thinking exercises in Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Sociology and Professional Development courses.
  • Developed five new courses in Sociology and one in Psychology, as well as syllabi for all courses taught.
  • Teach all areas of general education as needed: specialty in Composition and Psychology, sociology, philosophy/ethics, math
  • Teach Sociology 1200 on Campus Teach Sociology 1200 in high schools Teach Modern European History in high school

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37. Architecture

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Here's how Architecture is used in Faculty jobs:
  • School of Architecture's Faculty for Building Technology and Sustainability Experimental Unit.
  • Teach regular Introduction to Information Architecture and Design workshop
  • Used Model View Controller architecture framework.
  • Involved in peer review of technical architecture and code to ensure the quality and standard process is maintained at all stages.
  • Created and customized various learning architectures and plans based on individual needs and to minimize potential difficulties in learning course material.
  • Lead university courses in the Industrial Design department of the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture.
  • Conducted Print Design and Ornamentation workshops at Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture.
  • Led basic, intermediate and advanced computer aided courses to train undergraduate Architecture students.
  • Instruct Principles of Engineering and Civil Engineering & Architecture.
  • Implemented the MVC architecture and used Struts framework.
  • Facilitate academic and real world understanding of cryptography, security architecture, risk management, intelligence studies and cybercrime methodology.
  • Involved in requirement gathering, designing using EJB, JSP using MVC architecture like struts framework.
  • Involved in designing and developing web pages using JSP, using MVC architecture like struts framework.
  • Conducted architecture design and construction lectures for design students of INIFD Gurgaon, India
  • Participated in a two week summer camp at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute learning the basics of architecture from RPI faculty.
  • Course foci include design and architecture history, sustainable materials and systems, and advanced design studios.
  • Investigated E.coli and S. aureus biofilm architecture and development under static conditions.

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38. SQL

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Here's how SQL is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Worked on set up, maintenance and administration of SQL server and IIS for departmental use.
  • Created tables, views, indexed views, stored procedures by using SQL Server 2005.
  • Created tabs, lists and many pages using PL/SQL conditions.
  • Prepared help screens within the portal using PL/SQL stored procedures.
  • Implemented Item and Page validations with functions and PL/SQL.
  • Net, MySQL, Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.
  • Created the necessary MySQL queries, Views.
  • Assist with ETL process using SQL Server 2008 R2 Integration Services (SSIS).
  • Worked on SQL Server (DBA) for various clients.
  • Used ADO.NET to access data from SQL server 2008.
  • Helped the students in understanding the concepts of SQL, Java, Unix, Informatica, BusinessObjects.
  • Created SQL scripts for verifying Meta data and DB installs.
  • Developed PL/SQL programs and Informatica mappings to extract incremental data from different sources to the EDW using Informatica Power Exchange.

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39. Adobe Photoshop

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Here's how Adobe Photoshop is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Course: Introduction to Adobe Photoshop and Fractal Design Painter.
  • Edit and create posters using Adobe Photoshop.
  • Instructed students on introductory techniques to use a computer to manipulate photographic images with Adobe Photoshop.
  • Instructed students in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.
  • Instructed students in the universal elements and principles of two-dimensional design and application with the use of Adobe Photoshop.
  • Prepared lessons, provided individual and group instruction for Microsoft Office 2013 and Adobe Photoshop CC.

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40. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Maintained ESL students motivated and developed their confidence through different projects and activities.
  • Assist students in Writing Center and in Support Services and provide ESL tutoring on an as needed basis.
  • Lead individual and group tutorials on writing, pronunciation, and presentation skills; lead ESL conversation groups.
  • Developed core curriculum and instituted new ESL program for Korean and Russian immigrants attending the college.
  • Fred Wesley, 9/2013 performed as a member of House of Soul as the opener.
  • Assist Center for Technical Education (CTE) Director in the inclusion of ESL students.
  • Assisted with the revision of ESL program standards and curricular guidelines for CEA accreditation.
  • Teach ESL classes for adults for beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.
  • Anchored and coordinated multiple levels of academic ESL program for program continuity.
  • Facilitated book group for ESL students, and all students and faculty.
  • Advised academic faculty members on the needs of their ESL students.
  • Upgraded dated ESL programs to align with current international standards.
  • Planned and co-taught ESL course for Health Care Professionals.
  • Created and maintained an ESL website for the college.
  • Offer classroom language support to ESL students.
  • Developed and taught full-credit ESL courses to 9th grade as well as 6th, 7th and/or 8th.
  • Used weekly conferencing and portfolio assessment in presenting ESL writing as process-oriented rather than product- oriented.
  • Certificate of Attendance of the 26th Annual Conference of the Egyptian Society of Laboratory medicine ESLM April, 2015.

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41. Html

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Here's how Html is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Develop HTML mark-up strategies and training curriculum for National Agricultural Library.
  • Translated legacy computer output to display via a web interface by writing COBOL code to output HTML.
  • Helped create the first Aurora University website by programming it in raw HTML.
  • Slated to teach HTML, Database Design, Systems Analysis, and COBOL.
  • Trained students to design web applications using HTML, PHP and Perl.
  • Used HTML, Java Script and CSS for developing the website.
  • Documented and coded various projects using HTML.
  • Provided in-depth training sessions on HTML, DHTML, and VB 0.7.
  • Gained Proficiency in C++, UNIX Shell Scripts, HTML.
  • Developed the front end using JSP, HTML and CSS.
  • Trained Student on HTML, CSS & C#.
  • Trained them on C, C++ & HTML.
  • Mentored students working on their own projects utilizing HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Python, MySQL and various APIs.
  • Update and maintain faculty webpage Used Technologies: HTML, CSS, SQL
  • Prepared lesson plans - Instructed Digital Photography, Animated Flash and HTML
  • Tutored students in web technologies Flash/ActionScript, HTML, CSS - Assist students in developing their Thesis projects
  • Tutored Calculus/Discreet Math/Advanced Algebra Tutored C++/Java/Javascript/XML/HTML/SQL Trained PSU Staff and Teachers in the use of PSU's Course Management System
  • Provided in-depth training sessions on HTML editing softwares including Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 and Office FrontPage.
  • Web Development:- HTML5, CSS 3, XHTML, Photoshop, Bootstrap, java script, jquery, SEO.

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42. Office Hours

low Demand
Here's how Office Hours is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Maintained regular office hours to ensure accessibility to students and colleagues.
  • Assist students individually with course-related questions during office hours.
  • Provided student support in the form of office hours, tutorial assistance, coaching, and academic assistance and advice.
  • Conducted labs, prepared tests, graded students, provided office hours, field trips, test preparation, etc.
  • Posted and maintained office hours throughout the assigned workweek and maintain academic and student records as required by the college.
  • Provided course requirements, attendance requirements, grading criteria and office hours to students in Developmental and FYE courses.
  • Provide office hours to allow students to have access to my expertise and guidance outside of class hours.
  • Meet all classes and other scheduled responsibilities such as office hours and meetings at the designated times.
  • Maintain office hours, discipline, grades and division records as required by the College.
  • Manage the course discussion boards and assist students with ten hours of additional office hours.
  • Develop and evaluate curricula, maintain scheduled office hours, attend department meetings.
  • Cultivate a high quality, student-centered environment, provide office hours tutoring.
  • Remain in constant communication with students through e-mail and weekly office hours.
  • Maintain office hours to address student concerns, progress, and advisement.
  • Maintain office hours to communicate with students and respond to questions 7.
  • Offered office hours to meet with students on a regular basis.
  • Maintain instructor office hours to be available to consult with students.
  • Maintain office hours to aid students in their studies.
  • Maintain office hours for student conferences.
  • Hold regularly scheduled office hours.

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43. III

low Demand
Here's how III is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Presented and attended educational conferences that directly and indirectly relates to Title III and International Education.
  • Tutored students in following labs: Biology I, II, & III, Embryology, Chemistry II, Genetics.
  • Facilitated scenarios for ethical and therapeutic communication to Year II & Year III Medical Students.
  • Revamped Studio Recording III and created a second section of MUC295.
  • Led the redesign of the III Form Algebra-based physics curriculum.
  • Level III: Pediatric & Medical/Surgical.
  • Have previously taught Medical-Surgical Nusing III, IV, & V. Teach clinical in both RN and LPN programs.
  • Design I&II, Ceramics I&II, Painting I, II, III )
  • Research Technician III/1999-2002 Cultured Zebra fish embryos in order to obtain required genotypes and phenotypes for necessary genetic markers.

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44. BSN

low Demand
Here's how BSN is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Served on faculty committees for program development of the Advanced BSN to MSN program and the BSN program.
  • Instructed students in BSN, RN to BSN, and MSN programs across 3 organizations.
  • Participated in both didactic and practicum education for Senior ASN & BSN students.
  • Develop New Graduate Residency Program for 5 BSN prepared New Graduate RN's.
  • Provide didactic and clinical instruction for undergraduate and RN to BSN nursing students.
  • Co-created five writing modules to teach RN-BSN students the elements of scholarly writing.
  • Provided didactic and clinical education to students in the BSN program.
  • Facilitated clinical rotation for BSN student (Med-Surg rotation)
  • Teach students enrolled in college's BSN program.
  • Assist RNBSN students complete their needed checklists.
  • Course Coordinator of BSN Psychiatric Nursing.
  • Nurse educator: Teaching online BSN.
  • Applied empathic coaching and mentoring models to keep students on task and motivated during their undergraduate BSN senior practicum.
  • lectured & coordinated clinical experiences on a busy psychiatric unit for BSN students.
  • Facilitated RN to BSN courses Completed an extensive, online six-week orientation course
  • Experience teaching in the classroom in the pre-licensure BSN program.
  • fall) Coordinated/Teaching Professional in Nursing (NU424 OL/BSN department)

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45. Organizational Behavior

low Demand
Here's how Organizational Behavior is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Teach and facilitate undergraduate classes in Organizational Behavior, Business Management, and Human Resources.
  • Developed and taught Corporate Finance, Organizational Behavior, Investment Management and Mergers and Acquisitions.
  • Typed exams, correspondence and other class materials for Organizational Behavior faculty members.
  • Content Areas: Human Capital Management, Management, Critical Thinking, Organizational Behavior
  • Conducted lectures on Organizational behavior and management principles and practices.
  • Originated course content including lectures, case studies, assignments, and exams for Management, Organizational Behavior, and Marketing.
  • Instruct Organizational Behavior (Hybrid Method) Courses.
  • Core Teaching Subjects: Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior Online Sessions: Published online sessions on Communication Strategies.

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46. Research Projects

low Demand
Here's how Research Projects is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Create and formulate research utilizing American Psychological Association journal article and group research projects to experience hands on experimental studies.
  • Mentored students conducting summer research projects for the International Baccalaureate Extended Essay.
  • Executed foundation-funded and government-funded activities with various partners including 15 research projects.
  • Motivated undergraduate students to join research projects.
  • Worked on faculty related research projects and wrote and edited articles for the faculty newsletter.
  • Stimulate student's intellectual potential with current articles, critique, and research projects.
  • Mentored students who were doing research projects for the Memphis-Shelby County Science Fair.
  • Supervised 75 independent, ethnographic research projects in the greater New York area.
  • Research projects administration including budget analysis, hiring, and training staff.
  • Participated in faculty meetings as well as research projects as required.
  • Organize and advise ongoing yearly action research projects in local schools.
  • Mentored for Honors Projects, Master's Research Projects.
  • Supervised training and research projects of graduate students;
  • Oversee research projects from inception to submission.
  • Supervised the research projects of the students.
  • Supervised research projects for the MBA Program.
  • Secure funding for research projects.
  • Served as biostatistician on research projects resulting in publications and grant applications.
  • Provided academic advice to Chemical Engineering students from 1992-2001 and tutor 11 undergraduate students senior research projects.
  • Conducted quantitative and qualitative research projects through various methods (e.g.

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47. RN

low Demand
Here's how RN is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Designed and delivered a four semester Management Development curriculum to a diverse adult learning population within the Masters of Management Program.
  • Participated in conference planning as well as presenting at multiple conferences both as an individual presenter and with international co-presenters.
  • Provide multiple modes of learning to encourage personal and academic development through instructional technology classroom discussions, and individualized projects.
  • Developed effective lessons, mobilized resources and created differentiated instructional strategies with clear teaching goals, objectives and learning outcomes.
  • Demonstrated proactive and timely response to all organizational needs; anticipated challenges and overcame obstacles related to teacher concerns.
  • Implemented new evaluation strategies to give students opportunities for demonstrating proof of learning outside of traditional multiple-choice examinations.
  • Assumed administrative responsibilities such as coordinator of National Social Service scheme, Government of India funded social program.
  • Served as faculty for virtual sessions teaching Custom Application Detailed Design delivered to an international audience.
  • Facilitated Fisher Clinical Services to define and clarify their end-to-end processes in US and Internationally.
  • Mentored and advised undergraduate students during clinical procedures to facilitate and expedite their learning experience.
  • Supervised/managed a learning environment where students met the objectives of individualized programs and courses.
  • Performed continuous student assessment of learning objectives bases on course curriculum and exit competencies.
  • Summer 2014 A six-day institute focused on interactive self-discovery in a supportive learning community.
  • Facilitate learning by conducting sessions, sharing relevant Project experience, providing required guidance.
  • Maintained cooperative relationships between other clubs, student governments, school faculties and organizations.
  • Established family and community support using effective communication with all internal and external stakeholders.
  • Developed a more learner-centered faculty - Created Faculty Development program including teaching portfolios.
  • Offer dedicated leadership in the Medical-Surgical, Maternal-Newborn, and Pediatric clinical settings.
  • Engaged faculty in effective individual and collaborative learning within the professional learning community.
  • Proposed policy alternatives to gang/criminal culture based on newly discovered character complex.

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48. Business Management

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Here's how Business Management is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Develop curriculum and facilitate courses in the Marketing and Strategic Business Management disciplines within the schools of Business and Organizational Development.
  • Instructed Business Management and Administration courses.
  • Key participant in the creation, and national accreditation, of a Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree program.
  • Teach Business Research and Quantitative Methods to Business Management seniors and MBA students.
  • Teach Marketing, Advertising, Business Management, Project Management and Social Media
  • Provide instruction in the Business Management Program.

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49. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Answer phone calls in a prompt and friendly manner and direct calls to appropriate parties or take messages.
  • Worked in the administrative office answering phone calls, managing lesson schedules and payments.
  • Field phone calls from students, State of Georgia Bar Review and fellow employees.
  • Answer telephone calls and direct messages to appropriate tutor or student services staff.
  • Assist in answering phone calls and scheduling appointments for physicians 3.
  • Provided support through phone calls, discussions, and prompt feedback.
  • Advised undergraduate business students through weekly and monthly telephone calls.
  • Answered all incoming telephone calls and kept a conversation log.
  • Greet students and answer phone calls for faculty.
  • Answered phone calls and connected at request.
  • Operated phone calls for appointment scheduling.
  • Scheduled meetings and appointments for university faculty -Directed phone calls
  • Delivered instruction for over 2,000 Composition Students in 8 courses through phone calls, email outreach, and webinars.
  • Handle telephone calls Run various types of errands around campus Maintained a persistent, driven attitude daily to complete various tasks

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50. Adult Learners

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Here's how Adult Learners is used in Faculty jobs:
  • Design and deliver business curricula and courses for professional adult learners.
  • Coordinate a Contemporary Communications and Communications Introductory course to Adult learners.
  • Examined and reinforced current trends for teaching non-traditional students/adult learners.
  • Integrate reading, writing, and critical thinking into various course contents and teaching adult learners, multicultural and at-risk students.
  • Empower adult learners by facilitating business and business leadership classes and sharing my passion and experience.
  • Instruct, teach, and develop critical thinking skills to adult learners.
  • Teach First Year Sequence Courses for struggling adult learners.
  • Instruct adult learners in Medical Assisting program.
  • Counseled and advised adult learners.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Faculty

Classroom Management18%
Curriculum Development16.5%
Undergraduate Courses10.4%
Online Courses9.9%
Course Syllabus4.8%
Psychology3.8%
Mathematics3.8%
Course Materials3.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Faculty

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
13.9%
13.9%
2
2
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
12.7%
12.7%
3
3
Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
8.1%
8.1%
4
4
Online Courses
Online Courses
7.7%
7.7%
5
5
Course Syllabus
Course Syllabus
3.7%
3.7%
6
6
Psychology
Psychology
2.9%
2.9%
7
7
Mathematics
Mathematics
2.9%
2.9%
8
8
Course Materials
Course Materials
2.9%
2.9%
9
9
Technical Support
Technical Support
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Theory
Theory
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Topics
Topics
2.1%
2.1%
12
12
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
2.1%
2.1%
13
13
Literature
Literature
2%
2%
14
14
Principles
Principles
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Database
Database
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Ethics
Ethics
1.7%
1.7%
17
17
Biology
Biology
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Student Learning
Student Learning
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Anatomy
Anatomy
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Blackboard
Blackboard
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Seminar
Seminar
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Physiology
Physiology
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Diversity
Diversity
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Public Health
Public Health
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Internet
Internet
1%
1%
28
28
Economics
Economics
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Scholarship
Scholarship
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
C++
C++
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Philosophy
Philosophy
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
General Education
General Education
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Information Technology
Information Technology
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Intro
Intro
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Sociology
Sociology
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Architecture
Architecture
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
SQL
SQL
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Photoshop
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
ESL
ESL
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Html
Html
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Office Hours
Office Hours
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
III
III
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
BSN
BSN
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Organizational Behavior
Organizational Behavior
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Research Projects
Research Projects
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
RN
RN
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Business Management
Business Management
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Adult Learners
Adult Learners
0.4%
0.4%

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