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

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1. PHD

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A Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a prestigious degree at the highest academic level, awarded for programs ranging across wide academic fields. The degree of PhD requires the person studying to provide original research in the form of a thesis or dissertation that is not only new but also extensive in knowledge. A PhD is often a prerequisite for being a university professor, scientist, or researcher.

Here's how PHD is used in Professor jobs:
  • Obtained a one year Cancer Council Fellowship to enable publication of PhD work.
  • Participated in the development of the Executive PhD and MBA Programs.
  • Reported results to Professor Cory Toyota, PhD.
  • Advise MA and PhD students.
  • Developed syllabi, core and supplementary readings for MA, MBA, and PhD students.
  • Assisted Professor Kathryn Wilkens PhD.
  • Carol white, Samer Koutoubi, MD, PhD, This is Your Brain on Good Food.

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2. Professional Development

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Professional development means to have the essential training certification or education with the purpose of earning and having a successful career. Every job requires a different set of skills. However, new skills may be needed in the future. Professional development, in this regard, helps people to develop and polish the skills and become efficient workers.

Here's how Professional Development is used in Professor jobs:
  • Participated in University-approved faculty evaluation processes that included continuous improvement in teaching and instruction, professional development, and university service.
  • Maintained knowledge current in field through professional development including involvement in professional organizations and meetings, conferences, and workshops.
  • Provide techniques to give Professional development focus on activities such as Diversification, Innovation and assimilation of organizational changes.
  • Coordinated faculty professional development sessions, curriculum review, evaluation and academic affairs with Dean and College President.
  • Remain current in specialized discipline through continuing education and professional development implemented in approved Annual Faculty Development Plan.
  • Participated in multiple professional development opportunities, collaborated with colleague and enhanced instructional performance through research.
  • Maintained expertise in the field of reading by participating in professional development.
  • Completed continuous professional development and participated in public health training activities.
  • Provided education counseling to students to promote academic and professional development.
  • Facilitate training courses for faculty and staff for professional development purposes.
  • Narrated introductions to video portion of professional development asynchronous online courses
  • Participate in professional development opportunities and planning sessions with colleagues.
  • Participate in scholarship, service and professional development activities.
  • Attend various faculty workshops for professional development.
  • Deliver presentations and workshops: APA format, self-esteem, professional development, motivation, decision making and study habits.
  • Initiated a Faculty Group for the Fort Hood Campus with the purpose of networking with peers and professional development.
  • Attend meetings and professional development workshops to stay up-to-date on new research, technology, resources and teaching methods.
  • Participated in master classes of another partner for professional development and to enhance my performance as a teacher.
  • Provide lectures on various topics, instruct and guide students on study mechanics, methodology and professional development.
  • Designed and taught courses in University, Preparatory, and Professional development.

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3. Philosophy

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Philosophy is the study of our current reality and existence and the questions and knowledge surrounding it.

Here's how Philosophy is used in Professor jobs:
  • Maintained and enhanced traditional classroom delivery including lectures, content-driven media, and contextual applications of contemporary Humanities and Philosophy.
  • Designed and taught a philosophy seminar on Logical Positivism.
  • Designed courses in Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Greek Philosophy Introduction to Anthropology, Ethics and Great Thinkers.
  • Produced and taught an Introduction to Philosophy CD ROM course for St. Leo University.
  • Developed and taught courses in Philosophy of Art and Beauty to undergraduate college students.
  • Instruct several courses including Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Ethics and Bio-Ethics.
  • Teach Sociology, Philosophy, Logic & Critical Thinking.
  • Teach courses in Logic and Philosophy of Religion.
  • Transcribed lectures for course Philosophy 2050 Bioethics.
  • Teach various sections of Philosophy (PHI 101), and Ethics (PHI 102).
  • Composed and Customized course curriculum projects and exams to complimentteaching theory and philosophy.
  • Fall 2013) undergrad Introduction to Philosophy PHIL200 Topics in ancient, medieval, modern, and contemporary philosophy.
  • Studied Meditation, ancient Vedic texts and philosophy, and Human Consciousness under Thom Knowles.

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4. Undergraduate Courses

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Undergraduate courses usually refer to the first studies undertaken at university.

Here's how Undergraduate Courses is used in Professor jobs:
  • Develop and teach graduate and undergraduate courses including beginning through advanced computer graphics animation Member of SCAD Interdisciplinary Committee.
  • Developed educational curriculum and established performance measurements for elective and certificate undergraduate and graduate courses regarding Africa.
  • Developed Graduate and undergraduate courses.
  • Teach undergraduate courses of the following disciplines: finance, accounting, economics, and management according to the learning objectives.
  • Developed and conducted a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in web game production and educational game design.
  • Educated students in undergraduate English, graduate courses in applied linguistics, and second language pedagogy.
  • Develop accounting, fraud, asset management, franchising, and bankruptcy undergraduate and graduate courses.
  • Designed and taught undergraduate courses in Human Managerial Systems (OB & HR).
  • Used ISDN Video-conferencing technology to teach core undergraduate courses throughout upstate New York.
  • Approved to teach 14 undergraduate and graduate courses at the various Maryland campuses.
  • Created and reviewed course documentation for graduate and undergraduate courses in Nutrition Science.
  • Designed and taught graduate courses, such as module Communicative Language Education.
  • Teach the undergraduate and graduate courses in Hebrew as a modern language.
  • Teach undergraduate courses: business law, marketing, statistics, business administration
  • Maintained a teaching load of 4 undergraduate courses each semester.
  • Conducted classes of the higher secondary and graduate courses.
  • Acted in designing and approving the graduate courses.
  • Teach undergraduate and graduate courses as assigned.
  • Conducted classes of the graduate courses regularly.
  • Completed tasks: Undergraduate courses.

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5. Topics

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A topic is the main anchor point around which a written or verbal discussion revolves. A topic provides the theme for conversation among people while also determining the boundaries of the discussion. It is a subject matter for dialogue and also serves as a starting point for several other subjects.

Here's how Topics is used in Professor jobs:
  • Designed weekly on-line discussion board topics and political review questions to establish and maintain student interest in various political topics.
  • Researched topics extensively to aid in preparation of a law review article * Prepared memos and outlines summarizing research
  • Research and abstract various legal topics for Professors - Collaborate with Professors to help furnish appropriate information
  • Prepared and delivered lectures to undergraduate students on topics such as Computer and Business Administration.
  • Developed weekly announcements and summaries to introduce new topics and provide additional supplemental resources.
  • Lectured on over 20 different topics to undergraduates and professional engineer students.
  • Prepared courses for undergraduate or graduate students on topics including operations research.
  • Researched various topics including cultural property, copyright, and administrative law.
  • Assisted with organizing events hosting speakers on national security topics.
  • Assist educators in identifying practicum topics.
  • Researched various topics related to bankruptcy
  • Research Assistant, Florida Coastal School of Law * Conducted research on environmental topics for various articles and an upcoming book.
  • Coach each YearOne student to discuss a variety of transition topics including academic success, social involvement, and resources available.
  • Provided instruction on the topics of health, occupations, disability awareness and overall introduction to the field of occupational therapy.
  • Created marketing material (white papers and marketing collateral) for use across federal customer-base on diverse cloud related topics.
  • Reviewed relevant literature from the University's database on relevant topics for current studies and those in the pipeline.
  • Developed students' abilities to comprehend lengthier texts on diverse academic topics with the implementation of active reading strategies.
  • Participate in committees for selection of new college-wide textbooks, hiring of new faculty, and sundry departmental topics.
  • Researched, drafted, cite and fact checked, and edited forthcoming publications on employment law and ADR topics.
  • Provide mentoring to students outside the classroom on topics related to the legal system and other legal issues.

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6. Theory

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A theory is a system that is used to explain something which is based on principles independent of the thing that is being explained. It is a statement of facts that provides the basis of a process going on by using a plausible or scientifically supported principle. A theory explains how something works by using a rational type of abstract thinking

Here's how Theory is used in Professor jobs:
  • Lectured on architectural theory, mediated student discussions, and prepared research for publication.
  • Developed and taught graduate level Non-Psychoanalytic Theory course to graduate psychology students.
  • Teach undergraduate Psychology and Personality theory courses.
  • Delivered lectures on Software Engineering, Data structure, Fundamental of C, Distributed System, Operating system and Graph Theory.
  • Created and taught a graduate course on coding theory, information theory, data compression, Bayesian inference and neural networks.
  • Provided both clinical and theory preparation for Associate Degree Nursing Students in Medical/Surgical, Obstetric, Pediatric and Home Health Nursing.
  • Distance Education Undergraduate Internet Courses (WebTycho): Psychology of Personality Theory; & Introduction to Art (History).
  • Teach children and adolescents the fundamental principles of music and musicianship skills, such as music theory and basic notation.
  • Researched property theory for Professor's book and papers with focus on IP concepts such as first sale doctrine.
  • Apply statistical theory to collect, organize, interpret, and summarize numerical data to provide usable information.
  • Go through a curriculum with the students helping them better understand the theory behind the practice of yoga.
  • Conducted various theory sessions such as C, C++, Data Structure, Analysis and design of algorithm.
  • Performed legal research relating to legal theory and jurisprudence from the perspective of morality and the law.
  • Delivered courses in Basic/ Advanced Electricity and PLC to groups of 15-30 students integrating theory and practice.
  • Researched, designed, and taught courses in management, psychology, economics, and organization theory.
  • Employed a variety of assessment and skills development tools to help students move from theory to practice.
  • Tasked with assessing student ability, assigning coursework and testing for both theory and practical exams.
  • Created models and ran simulations to explore near-field theory and replicate the results of an experiment.
  • Provide instruction that bridges the gap between theory and practice in the field of accounting.
  • Developed and taught General Biology theory and lab for the students in the Biotechnology program.

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7. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Professor jobs:
  • Served on committees to develop and implement Statistics Major, Statistics Minor and Applied Statistics Concentration within the Mathematics curriculum.
  • Instructed students in anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, college mathematics, and pharmacology math and dosage calculations.
  • Educated different subjects such as Mathematics and Operations Research at university level to undergraduate students.
  • Prepared and taught courses on Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Mathematics and Basic Mathematics.
  • Instructed mathematics courses for associate degree students within prescribed curriculum.
  • Developed and taught university lectures to advanced mathematics students.
  • Advanced applied Mathematics and Compound Joinery / Construction Techniques
  • Used Mathematical Modeling in Mathematics Education for Engineering.
  • Course: Basic Mathematics for Engineering Technology
  • Selected by the Mathematics Department Chair
  • Completed work a systems model about the failures and successes of schools and colleges in communicating basic knowledge about mathematics.
  • Lead the faculty in the areas of Statistics and Mathematics; In charge of Modules development (over 25).
  • Teach courses in Probability, Statistics, Calculus, Mathematics of Finance and some special subjects for Actuarial Science.
  • Teach Science, mathematics, information systems, business administration, physics, health and wellness, information security.
  • Key Responsibilities: * Teach courses and laboratories of associate degree in Electrical Engineering, computers and mathematics.
  • Prepared, developed and assessed student's academic progress of various Departments on accounting, banking and mathematics.
  • Teach Mathematics (Basic, Technical and Banking), Basic Electricity, Basic Accounting and Computer software.
  • Developed and taught web-based courses in Mathematics, Computer Aided Design, Problem Solving, and Microsoft Excel.
  • Master Instructor, responsible for teaching students in the area of Electronics, Mathematics, and Computers.
  • Provided individual and small group tutoring of Mathematics to the students assigned to the Educational Services department.

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8. C++

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C++ is a general-purpose programming language that is used to create high-performing applications. It was invented as an extension to the C language. C++ lets the programmer have a high level of domination over memory and system resources. C++ is an object-oriented language that helps you implement real-time issues based on different data functions

Here's how C++ is used in Professor jobs:
  • Worked with C sharp, a C++ variant, to improve models and excel to analyze costing data.
  • Designed course material to teach computer engineering courses including C, C++ and Software development life cycle principles.
  • Conducted different practical programming classes such as C, C++, Data structure Lab, Software engineering projects.
  • Handled lab session on JAVA, C and C++ and had explained all practical concepts well.
  • Offer course in Visual C++, Web Design, Internet and others applications.
  • Rewrite a C++ program converting an image from BMP format into JPEG format.
  • Designed different project in language of C, C++ and Java languages.
  • Worked with students on different projects using C++ and Programming languages.
  • Used Java and visual C++ for server and client side programming.
  • Programmed in C++ and OpenGL.
  • Used C++ language, in Linux OS.
  • Programmed in C++ and Qt.
  • Developed code in VisualBasic C++ for videogrammetry.
  • Created a program written in C++ to model the spectral behavior of light in a Luminescent Solar Concentrator.
  • Prototyped, in C++, interval arithmetic root finding methods.
  • Job Domain Expertise: C, c++, java * Total Experience: 10 months
  • Operated and supervised carnival rides to ensure proper safety guidelines were followed.Skills Proficient in programming with C++.

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What type of skills will young graduates need when they enter the workforce in the coming years?

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Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Increasingly, PSCI graduates will need both empirical skills (quantitative data analysis, appreciation of qualitative research methods) and theoretical knowledge (political theory and philosophy). If the pandemic demonstrates anything, it is that policymakers cannot simply "crunch the numbers" or "collect the facts" and enact effective solutions to social problems, such as public health. Very few people without both sets of skills foresaw the rapid uptake of hitherto marginal "anti-vaxxer" beliefs in the first months of the pandemic. Getting over this now, sadly, widespread phenomenon will require graduates with a solid appreciation of why "the facts" no longer matter. The same can be said of the "other big issue:" climate change. Denial of the reality of human-induced climate change has, over the last decade or so, become mainstream. Even media outlets that insist on presenting "both sides of the story" effectively deny the reality of the science. So, this is a big problem and PSCI graduates with two-dimensional skills are well-placed to offer representatives and potential representatives, regulatory and foreign service authorities, think tanks, and of course, schools, community colleges and universities, tools for responding to citizenly denialism and mass-media preoccupations with presenting "both sides."
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9. Literature

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Here's how Literature is used in Professor jobs:
  • Project management certificate: Cornell University Translation certificate: Global Translation Institute Bachelor of Arts in French/Arabic Literature Ste.
  • Facilitated in developing a survey reaching 2500 participants, analyzed respondents' data, monitored industry literature.
  • Performed statistical analysis and literature review on a mindfulness initiative for 3rd and 4th graders
  • Conducted literature searches and prepared research manuscripts and presentations
  • Researched cases, patents, and academic literature for a law review article Professor Contreras had been working on.
  • Read articles, search for and gather research literature, and analyze & interpret data applicable to courses.
  • Designed and implemented programs of studies: Spanish Language and Literature (Elementary and Middle School academics).
  • Collect and analyze data, and examine works of literature and other source material for own projects.
  • Studied Nikolai Gogol's works in Russian under supervision of a prominent scholar of Russian literature and linguistics
  • Design and teach portfolio-based courses in composition and literature for a diverse, international student body.
  • Incorporated film analysis to further students' understanding of literature in the intermediate and advanced classes.
  • Course also had a literature component, assigning short stories which were discussed in class.
  • Read, analyzed, and summarized literature on American Founding, including primary source documents.
  • Provided literature review and clinical instruction to students in a classroom and lab setting.
  • Examined the nature of respect in classrooms by coding children's narratives and summarizing literature
  • Include appropriate literature, packaging, and incentives based on current marketing strategies.
  • Emphasized close reading and critical thinking in the study of literature.
  • Included information about Russian history, literature, and cinema.
  • Course: The Classical Tradition in Contemporary Literature.
  • Recruited 50+ participants for trials Analyzed data and performed literature search

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10. Online

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Here's how Online is used in Professor jobs:
  • Provided online instruction for undergraduate and graduate students for accredited universities; courses taught listed below for each educational organization
  • Performed curriculum review and development of e-learning communication courses at a forerunner in the open online education movement.
  • Facilitated classes in computer information systems and game / simulation programming delivered on campus and online.
  • Provide online instruction to students pursuing undergraduate degrees with an emphasis towards homeland security/criminal justice studies.
  • Developed hybrid lecture and laboratory components in microbiology and regularly taught both traditional and online courses.
  • Employed digital learning management system and collaborative techniques for optimal face-to-face and online teaching.
  • Developed curriculum, recruited students, developed and taught online and in class curriculum
  • Experienced using online services with students and faculty to enhance program effectiveness.
  • Mentor for new online undergraduate professors in the Information Systems Management Department.
  • Teach traditional and non-traditional students via traditional face-to-face instruction and online instruction.
  • Monitor online course performance, e-resource utilization and suggest improvements as needed.
  • Blended Classroom/ Online Learning National level - Career Facilitator / Coach Certification course
  • Designed and delivered online instruction using WebCT Blackboard course management system.
  • Deliver online lessons to undergraduate students studying Homeland Security Terrorism studies.
  • Provide classroom and online instruction to collegiate aviation and management students.
  • Developed curriculum of online continuing education for drug court personnel.
  • Develop online curriculum and in-class curriculum across various platforms and texts
  • Developed new course material for both didactic and online dissemination.
  • Developed a comprehensive course curriculum and online course supplement.
  • Developed curriculum, recruited students, developed online classes

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11. Course Content

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Here's how Course Content is used in Professor jobs:
  • Collaborated with faculty in order to develop rigorous course content and assessments.
  • Establish course content, evaluative measures and technological integration.
  • Created course content including frequent presentations for additional instruction.
  • Provide timely posting of course syllabus and course content, timely feedback on assignments, and posting of course grades.
  • Adapted course content accordingly, including updating materials and methods of instruction based upon students' needs.
  • Used professional teaching methods, coaching and mentoring to help students comprehend course content.
  • Allocated diploma courses to lecturers; reviewed course content according to the University curriculum.
  • Ensured course content delivered to student in the course of the academic semester/year.
  • Revised course content and materials with focus on real world application and assignments.
  • Served on three faculty committees to enhance and improve course content and delivery.
  • Relate course content to contemporary living and future employment.
  • Adapted course content and complexity based on USMLE curriculum.
  • Prepared and delivered lecture according to course content.
  • Course contents: C language programming and diagrams.
  • Assist in planning of course content.
  • Course content includes discussion of the various levels of credentialing, hospital organization and healthcare professional organizations.
  • Course content included Programming, Flowcharting, Pseudo Code Generation, Coding Fundamentals, Database Design and Validation.
  • provided to ensure course content and learning objectives are met.
  • Determine course content that incorporates University of West Los Angeles Graduate School principles and objectives.
  • Maintain Moodle classrooms for distributed learning including course content, supplemental materials, assessments and grades.

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12. Chemistry

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Chemistry is the branch of science that tells us about the composition, properties, and structure of elements and compounds. The processes these elements undergo and how they undergo change all come under the branch of chemistry.

Here's how Chemistry is used in Professor jobs:
  • Experimented with different surface chemistry to improve quality of yields -Participated in poster session and presentation to faculty and graduate students.
  • Prepare and/or supervise the preparation of laboratory materials for teaching each weekly laboratory session associated with each chemistry course.
  • Teach undergraduate students the various aspects of Pathology laboratory including hematology, serology, microbiology and clinical chemistry.
  • Maximized knowledge of organic chemistry by experimenting with organic compounds, mechanisms, and performing organic reactions.
  • Attended graduate student organic and inorganic chemistry seminars according to interests.
  • Have very good experience in participating with organic chemistry MCAT
  • Delivered Chemistry and Injection Processing lectures.
  • Assisted with registration process and performed other tasks under the instruction of the Dean and Chairman of the Department of Chemistry.
  • Assisted professor in Department of Chemistry with research: testing different sources such as animal fat for alternative fuel sources
  • Position: Aggregate Professor (equivalent to the starting Assistant Professor position is USA), Organic Chemistry.
  • Instructed Organic Chemistry II; edited and evaluated assignments and exams (46+ students)
  • Instruct courses: Material engineering, Aeronautic manufacturing processes, Physics and Chemistry.
  • Studied particle coating of fluorescence and proteins through EDC and NHS chemistry.
  • Graduate Research Assistant, Yale University, Department of Chemistry, Professor
  • Course: Chemistry for Mechanical, Civil and Naval Eng.
  • Master's Degree in Sciences with specialization in Chemistry teaching.
  • Teach basic techniques in the General and Organic Chemistry laboratories.
  • Teach Basic Chemistry Course for Associate Degree Level.
  • Teach General and Organic Chemistry, General Chemistry.
  • Teach basic techniques in General Chemistry Techniques.

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13. Information Technology

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Information technology is the science of using computers to store, retrieve, transmit, and manipulate data or information. It involves the implementation and management of software applications and computer hardware.

Here's how Information Technology is used in Professor jobs:
  • Prepared lesson plans and conducted lessons in various Information Technology subjects such computer literacy, programming, and management information systems.
  • Collaborate with the Business Technology Department team concerning plans of study, curriculum development, budgets and stakeholder evaluations.
  • Design, develop and update Business Technology Department curricula, program content and assessments.
  • Associate Professor of Business Management and Information Technology.
  • Coordinated internship program for information technology students.
  • Participated in several textbook selection committees to help determine the best textbooks to utilize for the various Information Technology courses.
  • Research, develop, and design new CIT (Computer Information Technology) curriculum (Major/Minor) along with courses.
  • Provide direct instruction as an Instructor in the fields of Electrical Engineering, Information Technology and Network Design.
  • Certified to teach courses in Humanities, Communications, and Information Technology divisions of the college.
  • Develop and update the Business Technology Department scheduling and strategic planning for 400+ students.
  • Researched in the fields of Information Technology, and Information and Communication Technologies.
  • Teach as an adjunct professor in the university's online information technology program.
  • Work as an Information Technology Professor.
  • Develop and revise assessment-learning outcomes for the Business Technology Department, including analyzing performance indicators, measurement criteria and timelines.
  • Full time Professor in schools of General Education, Business Management and Information Technology Management.
  • Developed laboratory for teaching information technology Helped the development of the local network
  • Serve as the faculty advisor for the student chapter of the AITP (Association of Information Technology Professionals).
  • Shanghai, China Teaching in College of Information Technology, courses included Software Testing, Modern Software Outsourcing etc.

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14. Economics

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Here's how Economics is used in Professor jobs:
  • Researched effects of tort liability on auto accidents and the economics of vicarious liability.
  • Conducted independent researches and supervised research in resource economics especially irrigation water.
  • Teach accounting, economics and administration.
  • School of Economics General Coordinator.
  • Trained MBA students subject of Economics and Accounts, conducted workshops and coaching sessions that contributed to sound hiring decisions.
  • Prepare and instruct courses in finance, accounting, natural resources, law, economics, and real estate appraisal.
  • Provided tutorial assistance to multiple year students experiencing difficulty in various levels of Accounting, Economics and Marketing Courses.
  • Performed consultations on forecasting, business, economics, management, marketing, finance, Intellectual Property Rights.
  • Educate students in the disciplines of Sociology, Ethics, Communications and Economics on the undergraduate level.
  • Train Engineers and Experimental Researchers in medicine, physics, agriculture, environmental science, and economics
  • Handled university-level courses in the field of economics (Macroeconomics) Public Financial, and Negotiations.
  • Examined economics, psychology, and the law as applicable to predicting outcomes of negotiations.
  • Offered Economics, Marketing, Public Relations and other courses related with the curriculum.
  • Core areas of expertise include: Alternative Economics, Systems Thinking and Business Planning.
  • Performed research on law and economics, international law, and constitutional law
  • Served on the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Economics Association.
  • Teach Economics, accounting, income tax and home economics.
  • Battle Creek, Michigan; Business and Economics Department.
  • Substituted as professor for Macro & Micro Economics Classes
  • Research and writes papers of global economics.

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15. Office Hours

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Office hours are the durations around which most organizations and institutions run their operations around the world. Although the hours differ according to the time zones, however, the working hours initiate from 9 am to 5 pm. The offices of every company and organization remain open for public services during these hours.

Here's how Office Hours is used in Professor jobs:
  • Advised students on academic and vocational curricula and on career issues through regularly scheduled office hours.
  • Coordinate availability of faculty tutoring during office hours.
  • Maintained regularly scheduled office hours.
  • Schedule and post office hours to provide academic support/mentoring to students, tutoring student, and provide other assistance as needed.
  • Provide formal office hours and informal counseling, grade quizzes and tests, and serve on various faculty committees.
  • Grade assignments, hold review sessions and lectures, answer student emails and questions, hold office hours.
  • Worked with students during office hours to tutor students and assist them in their successes in class.
  • Provided assistance to students by reviewing coursework and holding regular office hours for student questions and concerns.
  • Established and held weekly office hours to tutor and aid students in course material and assignments.
  • Mentored, assessed skills, maintained accurate records and grades and counseled during regular office hours.
  • Provide office hours, support, review outlines, help create study plans for students.
  • Prepared and graded exams; maintained office hours to counsel, assisted and advised students.
  • Assisted professor by holding review sessions and office hours for first year Contracts students.
  • Be available for student consultation through office hours or scheduled appointments.
  • Assisted students with the course material during weekly office hours.
  • Counseled students one-on-one and in groups during weekly office hours.
  • Consult with students during regularly scheduled office hours.
  • Maintained regular office hours to meet with students.
  • Attend faculty meetings and facilitate office hours.
  • Hold office hours and class review sessions.

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16. Physiology

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Here's how Physiology is used in Professor jobs:
  • Research, schedule and develop course Physiology, biology and medical terminology professor All proper duty and responsibilities for a professor position
  • Revised a proposed Human Anatomy and Physiology curriculum for new Nursing and Dentistry academic programs.
  • Published research findings in peer reviewed journals including American Journal of Physiology Renal Physiology.
  • Educated adult students in medical math, anatomy & physiology, business communications,
  • Offer courses of: First Aids, Cell and Molecular Biology, Human Anatomy, Microbiology and Human Physiology.
  • Instructed Basic Anatomy and Physiology, introducing the fundamentals of various functions of the human body.
  • Educate college level students * Anatomy and Physiology I & II * Medical Terminology * Medical Law
  • Instructed Pharmacy Technician Candidates in Law, Ethics, Pharmaceutical Calculations and Anatomy & Physiology.
  • Instructed the students Anatomy and Physiology, Medical terminology, OSHA regulation of blood diseases.
  • Served as 'Committee Member' for 3 doctoral and 6 masters students in Exercise Physiology.
  • Dictate the anatomy/physiology course, CPR certification, human health and nutrition course.
  • Conducted classes in Embryology and Human Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Associate Professor in plant physiology and weed science.
  • Conducted post graduate classes and continuing education credit classes in exercise physiology, therapeutic exercise, applied biomechanics and ergonomics.
  • Created and delivered courses in Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, and Pathophysiology.
  • Focus on physiology and neurobiology of reward across species; numerous teaching awards.
  • Job Descriptions: Provides lectures on Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, Therapeutic Exercises, Electrotherapy and other clinical subjects.
  • Course head: Professor Lou Ann Bierwert Cells, Physiology, and Development Fall 2011 Course head: Professor Graham Kent
  • Offered Courses: General microbiology laboratory Medical microbiology laboratory Skills and development laboratory Human anatomy and physiology 2 and laboratory

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20 Most Common Skill For A Professor

PHD13.9%
Professional Development9%
Philosophy7.5%
Undergraduate Courses5.4%
Topics5.3%
Theory4.7%
Mathematics4.2%
C++3.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Professor

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
PHD
PHD
13.9%
13.9%
2
2
Professional Development
Professional Development
9%
9%
3
3
Philosophy
Philosophy
7.5%
7.5%
4
4
Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
5.4%
5.4%
5
5
Topics
Topics
5.3%
5.3%
6
6
Theory
Theory
4.7%
4.7%
7
7
Mathematics
Mathematics
4.2%
4.2%
8
8
C++
C++
3.5%
3.5%
9
9
Literature
Literature
3.5%
3.5%
10
10
Online
Online
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
Course Content
Course Content
2.8%
2.8%
12
12
Chemistry
Chemistry
2.6%
2.6%
13
13
Information Technology
Information Technology
2.5%
2.5%
14
14
Economics
Economics
2.5%
2.5%
15
15
Office Hours
Office Hours
2.2%
2.2%
16
16
Physiology
Physiology
2.1%
2.1%
17
17
Ethics
Ethics
2.1%
2.1%
18
18
Anatomy
Anatomy
2%
2%
19
19
Research Projects
Research Projects
1.7%
1.7%
20
20
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
1.7%
1.7%
21
21
Pharmacology
Pharmacology
1.6%
1.6%
22
22
Sociology
Sociology
1.6%
1.6%
23
23
Data Analysis
Data Analysis
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Architecture
Architecture
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
Organizational Behavior
Organizational Behavior
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Legal Advice
Legal Advice
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Business Administration
Business Administration
1%
1%
28
28
Blackboard
Blackboard
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Political Science
Political Science
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Seminar
Seminar
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Business Management
Business Management
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
International Business
International Business
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Photoshop
Photoshop
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Communication
Communication
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Public Speaking
Public Speaking
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Windows
Windows
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Calculus
Calculus
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Html
Html
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Strategic Management
Strategic Management
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
III
III
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
ESL
ESL
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Business Law
Business Law
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
DNA
DNA
0.2%
0.2%
46
46
Ministry
Ministry
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
Intro
Intro
0.1%
0.1%

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