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Top 50 Professor Skills

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, 11.2% of Professor resumes contained Curriculum Development as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Professor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Professor:

1. Curriculum Development

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  • Prepared continuing education curriculum, made presentations, engaged in conversational exercises, and participated in curriculum development.
  • Perform course-related and departmental assignments, including curriculum development and revision, and lab maintenance.
  • Developed Surgical Technician Program: Curriculum development, faculty selection, Federal Proposal Submission.
  • Head of Instructional Materials Development Department, Curriculum Development Division, NCERD.
  • Course author and assists in curriculum development to constantly improve educational experience.
  • Retained to provide curriculum development, lesson plans and class facilitation services.
  • Collaborated with colleagues and departmental faculty heads in curriculum development.
  • Assisted Program Directors in curriculum development, delivery and administration.
  • Applied for the curriculum development grant to the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine and received a total of US 75,000.
  • Employed strategies of curriculum development to teach students the importance of logic to our everyday lives.
  • Served on the school review board for curriculum development and textbook review.
  • Involved in course team activities and curriculum development for students.
  • Assist with curriculum development, publicity, and outreach.
  • Course planning, curriculum development, and grading.
  • Conducted microbiology, immunology and clinical chemistry lab practices - participated in curriculum development and selection of appropriate educational materials
  • Encouraged development of student speaking, listening, and writing skills Participated in staff meetings and contribute to curriculum development
  • Position includes purchasing management, student advising, event management, new curriculum development and curriculum consultation.
  • Participate in curriculum development; monitor and evauluation course curriculum for updates and revisions.
  • Participated in curriculum development for the Social Science Department.
  • Contributed in curriculum development and accreditation processes including the transition from ACICS to WASC.

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2. Undergraduate Courses

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  • Develop and teach graduate and undergraduate courses including beginning through advanced computer graphics animation Member of SCAD Interdisciplinary Committee.
  • Developed Graduate and undergraduate courses.
  • Teach undergraduate courses of the following disciplines: finance, accounting, economics, and management according to the learning objectives.
  • 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.
  • Created and reviewed course documentation for graduate and undergraduate courses in Nutrition Science.
  • Teach undergraduate courses: business law, marketing, statistics, business administration
  • Maintained a teaching load of 4 undergraduate courses each semester.
  • Completed tasks: Undergraduate courses.
  • Full time professor in undergraduate courses of Business Administration, Publicity and Computer Information Systems.
  • program at the Columbia, South Carolina Ground Campus for graduate and undergraduate courses.
  • Teach undergraduate courses for both majors and non-majors and assisted in special departmental projects.
  • Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in psychometrics, research methodology and statistics.
  • Delivered 2 undergraduate courses: Advertising Copywriting & Writing for the Media.
  • Teach undergraduate courses of: Financial Management.

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3. Online Courses

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  • Narrated introductions to video portion of professional development asynchronous online courses
  • Teach and facilitate several online courses: Theories of Teaching and Learning, Action Research, and Current Issues in Literacy.
  • Facilitate online courses in the area of 3D modeling and Animation for use in Digital Animation and Games Asset Creation.
  • Performed any related tasks to improve the nature, experience, and delivery of online courses where appropriate.
  • Update and enhance online courses each term to ensure fresh content, activities and engagement of the students.
  • Develop master courses for online courses in all above listed courses used by full and adjunct faculty.
  • Developed and taught both graduate and undergraduate online courses for the Bachelor of Liberal Studies program.
  • Fulfilled duties as core professor teaching several online courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Instruct and design on-ground courses and online courses (WebStudy Learning Management System).
  • Redesigned and adapted classroom courses to online or authored design of online courses.
  • Developed and taught classroom and online courses in English as a Foreign Language.
  • Experience teaching in the alternative delivery formats of fast-track and online courses.
  • Charleston Southern University Online Courses: World History 1700- Present, US History
  • Facilitate part-time online courses in Program Planning and Grant Proposal Writing.
  • Created online courses, including shell classrooms using Blackboard.
  • Developed traditional courses and online courses.
  • Teach online courses in law and business
  • Develop and teach online courses.
  • Teach online courses in history, law, and criminal justice - Conduct national faculty training workshops
  • Teach face to face and online courses Prepare slides, lecture notes, and coordinate classroom activities

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4. Information Technology

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  • Prepared lesson plans and conducted lessons in various Information Technology subjects such computer literacy, programming, and management information systems.
  • Conducted researches and presented recommendations for the integration of Information Technology both in the academe and administrative departments.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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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5. Mathematics

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  • 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 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.
  • Provided individual and small group tutoring of Mathematics to the students assigned to the Educational Services department.
  • Master Instructor, responsible for teaching students in the area of Electronics, Mathematics, and Computers.
  • Design and implement lesson plans for classes: General Mathematics, Industrial Safety, Automotive Mechanics.
  • Identified as the best teacher in Mathematics and Statistics, based on student feedback.
  • Provided tuition for; English, Mathematics, Spanish for the GED exam.
  • Teach bank services, operations systems and mathematics.
  • Teach Mathematics for elementary, junior and high school
  • Teach Basic Mathematics, Basic Accounting, Entrepreneurship
  • Teach College Level Mathematics and Intermediate Algebra.
  • designed and taught test preparation courses for the Mathematics and Verbal sections of the GRE and the GMAT.
  • Develop and instruct biology, mathematics, and Intuitional pharmacy practice lecture and laboratory courses.
  • Edited mathematics in Cheap Stock Tunneling Around Pre-emptive Rights (working paper).
  • Instructed Analytic Geometry, Applied Mathematics and Geometry Helped students learn the problem-solving skills
  • Develop, adapt and teach undergraduate level courses in Applicated Mathematics.
  • Participated in proofreading mathematics textbook "Differential Equations: An Applied Approach" published by
  • Course MGT 437 - Project Management Course MTH/208 College Mathematics I Course MTH/209 College Mathematics I

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6. Psychology

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  • General education instructor focused upon the instruction of English, Psychology and Personal Development curriculum.
  • Served as instructor for General Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and Career Development classes.
  • Developed and taught graduate level Non-Psychoanalytic Theory course to graduate psychology students.
  • Teach Social Psychology Psychological study of the individual interacting with others.
  • Analyzed articles and journals pertaining to criminal psychology and sentencing practices.
  • Educate basic psychology theory, crisis intervention and personal development.
  • Major courses: Human Resources, Basic Psychology, the Psychology of Human Sexuality, Ethics, Humanities and Basic Spanish.
  • Developed and managed classes related to Psychological Tests I and II, Psychology Applied to Personnel Management and Corporate Human Resources.
  • Assisted with research and clerical work in various studies and publications in the field of Social Psychology.
  • Research was in the area of learning psychology, studying secondary conditioning through a taste aversion experiment.
  • Teach Child Psychology The study of child behavior and development up to and including late childhood.
  • Recruited and trained 7 new faculty members for the department of Psychology.
  • Teach Human Relations, Communication Skills, Health and Basic Psychology.
  • Give lectures and seminars for Psychology students.
  • Teach psychology knowledge and Human Resources.
  • Presented to Towson University faculty members from the Psychology, Art, and other academic departments (Spring, 2009).
  • Created and published books on technology and society, student success and psychology DeVry University, (1984 to 2014)
  • General Psychology Teacher Research Methods Developmental Psychology
  • Graduate: Advanced Abnormal Psychology Undergraduate:Professional Speaking, Pre-practicum; Introduction to Forensic Psychology.
  • Present Location: Seattle, Washington Duties: Adjunct Psychology Professor for junior college students.

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7. Biology

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  • Research, schedule and develop course Physiology, biology and medical terminology professor All proper duty and responsibilities for a professor position
  • Worked in conjunction with Carney Hospital Bacteriology Lab to train nursing students in clinical aspects of Microbiology.
  • Developed hybrid lecture and laboratory components in microbiology and regularly taught both traditional and online courses.
  • Planned, organized and presented instruction in General Biology, Microbiology, and Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Presented university-level courses in Biology, Chemistry, and Anatomy/Physiology.
  • Teach Microbiology course and laboratory to Nursing undergraduate students.
  • Published articles on Clinical biochemistry and Clinical Microbiology areas.
  • Handled the task of conducting regular lectures of anatomy and microbiology experiments in the classroom as well as in laboratories.
  • General Biology (lectures), Molecular Biology (lab), Plant Biology (lectures and the lab)
  • Educate Health Science students the fundamental concepts of biology and the basic skills used in a laboratory setting
  • Developed and taught General Biology theory and lab for the students in the Biotechnology program.
  • Developed and presented the lectures and exams for the Cell and Molecular Biology course.
  • Led and co-authored projects in biology, conservation, and ecology.
  • Volunteer instructor of 11th and 12th grade Biology and English.
  • Created and delivered courses in Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, and Pathophysiology.
  • Guided & supervised the functions of Hospital Diagnostic Microbiology lab; which got accredited by NABL.
  • Performed basic molecular biology techniques such as PCR, Expression Cloning, and DNA Transfections.
  • Focus on physiology and neurobiology of reward across species; numerous teaching awards.
  • School of Science and Technology Integrated Sciences 101, 102 Biology for Health Science 103
  • Assigned to "Cell biology and Genetics", and "Microbiology" laboratories.

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8. Theory

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  • Conducted classroom instruction on Rhetorical Theory and Public Speaking for University Required Course.
  • Researched conceptions of property rights in development theory.
  • Teach undergraduate Psychology and Personality theory courses.
  • 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.
  • Researched property theory for Professor's book and papers with focus on IP concepts such as first sale doctrine.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Instructed upper level design courses focused on conceptual processes, typography and color theory.
  • Conducted theory and practical classes at degree and diploma level in Pharmaceutical chemistry.
  • Researched property theory for Professor's publications, with focus on intellectual property.
  • Filled in as lecturer for professors in Switching Theory and PEI classes.
  • Course teaching and students evaluation in both theory and practice.
  • Lead a presentation focusing on estimate theory.
  • Teach theory and applied practice.
  • Guided students through coursework in game-theory Drafted spreadsheet based systems for data compilation and analysis of Formula 1 driver and constructor metrics
  • Developed international legal theory for Professor Bennoune's various human rights projects.
  • Created Saxophone Ensemble "Saxophone Conclave" Teaching Independent study in Jazz Theory/Composition/Pedagogy.

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9. Topics

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  • Research and abstract various legal topics for Professors - Collaborate with Professors to help furnish appropriate information
  • Researched numerous topics in book about Wisconsin legal research including legislative history and administrative law.
  • Researched various topics including cultural property, copyright, and administrative law.
  • Assisted with organizing events hosting speakers on national security topics.
  • Research Assistant, Florida Coastal School of Law * Conducted research on environmental topics for various articles and an upcoming book.
  • Provided instruction on the topics of health, occupations, disability awareness and overall introduction to the field of occupational therapy.
  • Publish selected topics in the USSOCOM Research Topics List, and will develop the JSOU Annual Research Plan.
  • Assigned students to write projects and essays on related topics to develop their critics and analysis skills.
  • Provide lectures to teachers and students on various topics (Example: work motivation, suicide prevention)
  • Research topics include the genetics of ADHD, a founders model of Southwest Louisiana population genetics.
  • Train faculty by holding learning sessions on various topics related to business and technology.
  • Conducted topics of Medical Laws and co-lateral certifications on OSHA, HIPAA and HIV/AIDS.
  • Added more practical topics on Personality Development aside from Stephen Covey's subject matter.
  • Created possible topics for law review articles on Higher Education.
  • Research Assistant: Researched various topics in international criminal law.
  • Researched topics related to feminism and the First Amendment.
  • Mentored Macklin Business Institute students by presenting on career development topics in weekly seminars and directly coaching individual program participants.
  • Radio topics reach beyond music, such as bringing issues like Lupus to a more broader and diverse public attention.
  • Use various teaching methodologies to cover all student-learning styles and ensure full understanding of the topics.
  • Research Assistant Researched topics in employment law, including employee poaching, restrictive covenants and innovation.

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10. Ethics

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  • Facilitate courses in Business, Human Resources, Ethics and Organizational Development
  • Developed a Business Ethics course and an Organizational Development course.
  • Increased productivity through organization & communication Carolina Ethics Bowl Member
  • Prepared lesson-plan on Human Resources Management, Human Relations, Labor Relations, Collective Bargaining, Ethics, and Compensation.
  • Designed the professional ethics course to integrate face to face and online environments for students to grasp the class content.
  • Prepare and deliver material to students on topics such as ethics, logic, and contemporary religious thought.
  • Teach upper level classes to include; Human Resources, Business Ethics and Principles of Management.
  • Performed legal research for a variety of issues including ethics, technology, contracts, etc.
  • Educated college students in the subjects of Business Ethics and Management Courses.
  • Researched topics including contracts, bioethics, attorney malpractice, and medical malpractice
  • Researched and critiqued Kantian ethics for Professor Meyer's forthcoming book.
  • Design and teach courses in business, ethics, and communication
  • Lectured in Advanced Ethics, Anthropology, Spirituality and Religion.
  • Offered courses in Ethics and varied Administrative Assistant Courses.
  • Grant writing assistant to The Earth Ethics Institute.
  • Fall 2013, Fall 2014) undergrad Introduction to Ethics Phil 201 Topics in normative, practical and applied ethics.
  • Course titles: Health Care and the Older Citizen, Health Policy and Strategic Planning, and Bio-Medical Ethics in Healthcare
  • Edited and cite-checked the most recent edition of Professor Rostain's Ethics and Corporate Practice casebook
  • Conducted research on bar ethics rules in regards to Congressmen and licensed attorneys.
  • Proofread and edited book on legal ethics and the business of lawyering

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11. Course Materials

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  • Developed and implemented interesting and interactive learning mediums to increase student understanding of course materials.
  • Developed course materials and curricula, and managed intensive English programs between semesters.
  • Develop and update business administration course materials for students.
  • Organize and develop, or obtain, training procedure manuals and guides and course materials, handouts and visual materials.
  • Research, prepare, and write accompanying course materials for education classes, using MS Office PowerPoint presentation. ''
  • Generate lesson plans and course materials based on Department of Education's curriculum for colleges and vocational institutions.
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, course materials, and methods of instruction.
  • Fostered students' commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course materials to broader themes and current events.
  • Conduct research to assist the Professor with the preparation of course materials and law review articles.
  • Updated the filing system to maintain the accuracy of the professor's course materials.
  • Prepared course materials and a syllabus for Corporate Governance course taught in Poland.
  • Edited and source-checked law review articles, book chapters, and course materials.
  • Organize, prepare, and regularly revise and update all course materials.
  • Discussed and responded to questions concerning course materials and test strategies.
  • Planned, evaluated and revised course content and course materials.
  • Develop syllabus and course materials for bachelor level majors.
  • Prepared course materials and handouts.
  • Designed tests & course materials.
  • Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.
  • Designed the course -Put together course materials -Supervised a class of 20 graduate students

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12. Lesson Plans

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  • Develop useful daily lesson plans and instructional resources.
  • Developed lesson plans that incorporated laboratory procedures.
  • Prepared and delivered relevant lesson plans that met the academic requirements of the school and the needs of the students.
  • Conduct daily lesson plans in health planning, goals, objectives, test writing, and current health issues.
  • Prepare and lecture lesson plans that will empower the student to comprehend and succeed outside of the classroom.
  • Created engaging, creative and diverse lesson plans that attempted to address all types of learners.
  • Designed alternate lesson plans for struggling student resulting in an entire letter grade increase.
  • Created lesson plans and completed learning objectives for an engaging and communicative classroom.
  • Developed syllabus, lesson plans, and course curriculum for the semester.
  • Developed, designed and implemented lectures and lesson plans.
  • Prepare daily lesson plans in accordance with the Institution.
  • Created lesson plans and examinations on Microsoft Word.
  • Designed and created daily lesson plans for activities.
  • Instruct students pertaining to prepared lesson plans.
  • Prepared lesson plans and taught courses.
  • Create syllabus and lesson plans.
  • Create and implement lesson plans.
  • Design curricula and lesson plans.
  • Design curriculum and lesson plans.
  • Prepare syllabus, lesson plans, lectures and workshop demos for undergraduate 3D art course.

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  • Conducted literature searches and prepared research manuscripts and presentations
  • Presented literature review and summary of sustainable agriculture
  • Keep abreast of developments in the field by reading current literature, talking with colleagues, and participating in professional conferences.
  • Reviewed relevant literature from the University's database on relevant topics for current studies and those in the pipeline.
  • Designed and implemented programs of studies: Spanish Language and Literature (Elementary and Middle School academics).
  • 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.
  • Read, analyzed, and summarized literature on American Founding, including primary source documents.
  • Crafted a required reading and writing course for the English Language and Literature Department.
  • Examined the nature of respect in classrooms by coding children's narratives and summarizing literature
  • Surveyed literature; Created and presented a PowerPoint presentation to discuss the entire project.
  • Duplicated lab results from online literature and modified them toward research goals.
  • Researched literature on the Ebola virus to assist with another article.
  • Emphasized close reading and critical thinking in the study of literature.
  • Included information about Russian history, literature, and cinema.
  • Teach languages and literature courses in languages other than English.
  • Conducted literature review of the topic.
  • Attended weekly lab meetings and gave presentations on various topics in the animal social neuroscience literature.
  • French Existentialist Literature : Sastre y Camus.
  • Coordinated with team members Reviewed literature Research Assistant

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14. Organizational Behavior

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  • Developed and conducted the MBA course Organizational Behavior, while complying with University requirements and curriculum.
  • Discipline: Business Management (Strategic Planning; Organizational Behavior; Leadership)
  • Teach management, human resources, organizational behavior, communication and critical thinking courses in the undergraduate program.
  • Teach management, human resources, organizational behavior and critical thinking courses at AHORA Program.
  • Design and teach courses in leadership dynamics, team dynamics and organizational behavior.
  • Authored courses; Organization Change, Leadership, and Organizational Behavior.
  • Certified to facilitate Management, Organizational Behavior and Leadership modalities.
  • Experience as advisor and consulter in the development of Organizational behavior and industrial psychological intervention.

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15. Principles

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  • Demonstrated the principles and concepts related to aseptic techniques and non-sterile and sterile responsibilities for preoperative and operative patient care.
  • Dedicated to the principles of academic integrity and intellectual honesty.
  • Instructed General Psychology, providing an understanding of the general principles of psychology, as well as theories underlying modern psychology.
  • Offer the courses of Manufacturing Engineering, Machine Shop Laboratory and Principles of Pneumatic and Hydraulics.
  • Created & ran program to certify students as mediators, using Harvard Program on Negotiation principles
  • Apply principles, practices, and methods of budget formulation, rationale, and implementation.
  • Teach the importance of fundamental principles in technical graphics of Engineering & Architectural Drafting.
  • Teach courses of State and Federal income taxes, Auditing and Principles of Accounting.
  • Make use of Green Engineering Principles and deal with Ethical Concern and Issues.
  • Teach Basic Principles of Nutrition Course while making it applicable to culinary students.
  • Provide lecture in accounting principles in a compressed format for the university.
  • Teach twice-weekly evening section of Marketing 230 - Principles of Marketing Management.
  • Graduate courses: Principles of Groundwater Hydrology ENMP 597 (Sept-07-2009 to Oct-31- 2009).
  • Performed self-led statistical analysis using regression models to measure nutrition Conducted a project assessing fast food menus in correlation to nutrition principles
  • Tutored students on legal doctrine and evidentiary principles, designed study materials, and conducted final examination review sessions.
  • Lecture and laboratory professor for introductory courses of 80 students emphasizing the basics of human movement and biomechanical principles
  • Lead redesign of graduate healthcare curriculum based on the principles of competency education and national accreditation requirements.
  • Teach quarterly weekend seminars for design principles in Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator Assist with student portfolio and resume review
  • Instruct students on the basic principles of filmmaking which encompass pre-production, production and post-production stages.
  • Determine course content that incorporates University of West Los Angeles Graduate School principles and objectives.

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16. Anatomy

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  • Assisted students with identification and comprehension of anatomy * Helped prepare students for upcoming exams and proctored and graded exams.
  • Revised a proposed Human Anatomy and Physiology curriculum for new Nursing and Dentistry academic programs.
  • Educated adult students in medical math, anatomy & physiology, business communications,
  • Served on the faculty as professor of anatomy lecturing and teaching lab courses for first year medical students.
  • 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.
  • Chair; Organized and collated quizzes and exams; Mentored and coached Anatomy students.
  • Dictate the anatomy/physiology course, CPR certification, human health and nutrition course.
  • Worked in Oral Anatomy and Histology department on clinical cases for 3 months.
  • Conducted classes in Embryology and Human Anatomy and Physiology.
  • Instruct first-year students in Gross Anatomy and Radiology.
  • Course: Microbiology Human Anatomy I and II, Pathophysiology Ecology and Medical Terminology.
  • graduate as instructor specializing in anatomy
  • Involved in the developing of clinical case study discussions together with the physician in charge of the Anatomy and Physiopathology class.
  • Assisted Dr. Mike Shively, UVU Anatomy Dept.
  • impact of the anatomy and physiology course
  • Job Descriptions: Provides lectures on Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, Therapeutic Exercises, Electrotherapy and other clinical subjects.
  • Offered Courses: General microbiology laboratory Medical microbiology laboratory Skills and development laboratory Human anatomy and physiology 2 and laboratory

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  • Researched effects of tort liability on auto accidents and the economics of vicarious liability.
  • Designed and presented curriculum in Economics of Facilities Decisions, and Facilities Maintenance Finance.
  • Conducted independent researches and supervised research in resource economics especially irrigation water.
  • Teach accounting, economics and administration.
  • School of Economics General Coordinator.
  • Handled university-level courses in the field of economics (Macroeconomics) Public Financial, and Negotiations.
  • 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.
  • Research and writes papers of global economics.
  • Worked as Director of Department of Economics.
  • Designed the curriculum in Economics.
  • Position Description Teaches Graduate Managerial Economics, Quantitative Methods and Financial Management.
  • Make reseach about different economics topics regarding the Venezuelan Economy
  • Researched and edited casebook designed for use in class on law and socio-economics.
  • Support the students of the subject Microeconomics I in the learning process.
  • Instruct Microeconomics and Macroeconomics courses Faculty Member of the Year 2010
  • Offer Courses in Accounting, Finance, Economics and Audit at Universidad del Este and Universidad Metropolitana.

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  • Published research findings in peer reviewed journals including American Journal of Physiology Renal Physiology.
  • Offer courses of: First Aids, Cell and Molecular Biology, Human Anatomy, Microbiology and Human Physiology.
  • Teach classes on the following topics:Sports Psychology, Sports Science, Exercise Physiology and Coaching.
  • Served as 'Committee Member' for 3 doctoral and 6 masters students in Exercise 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.
  • Course head: Professor Lou Ann Bierwert Cells, Physiology, and Development Fall 2011 Course head: Professor Graham Kent
  • Cross Sectional Anatomy Principles of Physics Medical Terminology Pathophysiology Ethics, Law, Patient Care

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  • Conducted Seminars in Regenerative Braking, Marketing Strategy in Competitive Environment Customer Relations Management.
  • Led class discussions and seminary sessions for undergraduate students pursuing Technical Certificates.
  • Organized annual training seminars for international doctors, nurses and hospital administrators.
  • Attended graduate student organic and inorganic chemistry seminars according to interests.
  • Conducted motivational seminars to student body and administrative personnel.
  • Facilitate online synchronous seminars and student outcome assessment.
  • Developed and teach seminars on Environmental Management.
  • Developed curriculum, seminars and workshops.
  • Implemented faculty development seminar series.
  • Lead educational seminars and lectures at local community mental health centers to expand knowledge of mental health symptoms and issues.
  • Provide discussion boards, class seminars, exams, quizzes and written essays to promote content understanding and synthesis thinking.
  • Lead the development and implementation of the seminary's research strategy and co-ordinate research activity within the specific subject area.
  • Cooperated with other departments in regulatory audits, budgets, placement, seminars, financial aid, etc.
  • Developed a seminar for High School Students in simulation of a Free Enterprise competitive system.
  • Improved AIB cash flow with a variety of 'brown bag' seminars.
  • Teach synchronous and asynchronous seminars as assigned by the school or program.
  • Prepared syllabus for a seminar in Higher Education Law.
  • Attend seminars and adjunct meetings.
  • Facilitated executive training seminars on transformational leadership, corporate social responsibility and sustainability.
  • Research Assistant Assembled readings for seminar on philosophical foundations of U.S. Constitution.

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  • Instructed college-level courses in Accounting, Marketing, International Business, Business Law, Business/Technical Writing and Management to university students.
  • Instructed 400 Level Undergraduate Business Subjects; Business Law, International Business Transactions, Organizational Behavior and Entrepreneurship.
  • Completed various legal research assignments for a Corporations and International Business Transactions professor.
  • Developed International Business and Entrepreneurship program and courses with grant.
  • School of Business and Entrepreneurship Courses of Accounting and International Business
  • Consult with local and international business leaders.
  • Experience serving as an instructor of business and management courses including: International Business, Leadership and Supervision and Research Methods.
  • Lecture and instruction for certificate MBA students in Business, Labor, and International Business Law.
  • Motivated the interest of students in assigned courses, enabling them to develop small international businesses encouraging entrepreneurship.
  • Teach courses in International Business and Business with China Taught Chinese and English classes to university students.

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22. Business Administration

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  • Offered business administration courses such as Data processing and Applications of data processing.
  • Assist in development of curriculum plan and business administration educational programs.
  • Teach business administration and accounting courses.
  • Finance Professor for business administration students.
  • Selected as an instructor to teach / facilitate at UTEP's College of Business Administration at their Graduate Business Center.
  • Designed and organized Central Vermont Computer Fair with vendors in cooperation with the Chamber of Commerce and Small Business Administration.
  • Utilize the technology as an instrument to increase and strengthen knowledge of the graduated students in the business administration degree.
  • Teach Science, mathematics, information systems, business administration, physics, health and wellness, information security.
  • Summer 2001 School of Business Administration, California State University, Fullerton Course: BUAD 301 - Advance Business Writing
  • Returned to business school to complete my Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration while working full-time.
  • Teach structure and design courses within the Business Administration Department, for the adult student program.
  • Worked with the Small Business Administration in instructing numerous students and preparing them for job success.
  • Facilitate Business Law 531 to Master of Business Administration students in an on-site campus location.
  • Served on numerous college committees and acted as program coordinator for the Business Administration program.
  • Teach marketing, business administration, business law, presentation methods, and management
  • Served as the Interim Faculty Lead for the Business Administration Program.
  • Developed the Heald College project management course for Business Administration Program.
  • Design innovative teaching methods for the, undergraduate and college of adult learning, department of Business Administration.
  • Graduate and Undergraduate Program in Business Administration Offer courses in the area of Human Resources and Economics.
  • Bachelor Degree Thesis Advisor for Accounting, Audit and Business Administration topics.

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23. Blackboard

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  • Facilitated Blackboard discussions, observed and evaluated graduate level student teaching practicums and special needs projects.
  • Initiated, facilitated and moderated all classroom and Blackboard discussions.
  • Certified Blackboard course developer and instructor.
  • Manage all the features of Blackboard (Discussion Board, Grading Center, Announcements, Messages, Reminders, etc.)
  • Direct classroom activities using Blackboard Learn by leading classroom discussions on coursework and supply other material related to the learning experience.
  • Teach online courses on a part-time basis for the college through a web bases system called Blackboard.
  • Designed curriculum for online graduate-level courses * Used the Blackboard online system to accomplish set objectives.
  • Conduct college-level hybrid classes with the use of Blackboard in business and management courses.
  • Design, develop, facilitated, and audited e-learning courses using Blackboard and Desire2Learn.
  • Used blackboard for online courses and translated courses from Spanish to English.
  • Utilize Blackboard interface for course information exchange between instructor and students.
  • Develop and provide courses through the internet in Blackboard format.
  • Maintained blackboard, an online program for accessing class materials.
  • Develop and teach online courses using Blackboard technology.
  • Utilized Blackboard to provide students with instruction.
  • Post course grades in the Blackboard.
  • Teach Introduction to Financial Accounting in the program Avance trough Blackboard
  • Worked in partially hybrid environment using Blackboard for grading and student communications Taught ESL students Maintained tutoring schedule for additional instruction
  • Instruct Introduction of Psychology / Development of Psychology classes Create-Grade papers and exams Set On-Line blackboard
  • Certified in Blackboard, Angel, WebCT, Livetext, SharePoint, and webpage development.

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24. Sociology

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  • Developed courses and provided instruction for multiple psychology and sociology courses.
  • Conduct upper level college courses in Religious Studies; both introductory and upper level Sociology courses as an adjunct faculty.
  • Educate students in the disciplines of Sociology, Ethics, Communications and Economics on the undergraduate level.
  • Teach classes of 9 to 35 students: Criminology, Sociology, Deviance, Gender and Sexuality
  • Instructed Principles of Sociology, providing a study of cultural heritage and social interaction.
  • Teach social science subjects including sociology, psychology and human services.
  • Teach classes in sociology, human services and psychology.
  • Teach Sociology, Philosophy, Logic & Critical Thinking.
  • Teach sociology of religion and marriage and family courses at Moscow State Lomonosovsky University.
  • Invited to be part of a scholarly panel discussing Violence and Religion, I talked about Sociology of Violence in Islam.
  • Summarized memoranda and papers for the World Congress of Sociology in Yokohama, Japan.

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25. Powerpoint

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  • Created a PowerPoint presentation explaining the federal amendments of Civil Procedure and the challenges of discovery related to electronic communication.
  • Created and presented research in a PowerPoint presentation delivered at Bradley's Student Scholarship Exposition.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations used for business development.
  • Design and Deliver course curriculum for entire semester through PowerPoint, videos, worksheets, quizzes, tests and final exams.
  • Managed and created PowerPoint programs for Professor Olsen for his use teaching English classes on the subject matter of J.R.R.
  • Instructed Microcomputer Application class for Microsoft Office 2000 and XP (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access).
  • Develop PowerPoint presentations, tests, syllabus, objectives, student handouts and counsel students on academic matters.
  • Created methods for delivery of lecture materials including: PowerPoint, critical thinking scenarios, and case studies.
  • Instructed classes and created PowerPoint presentations allowing students to review and refer lessons outside of the classroom.
  • Provide live and online classes using different methods such PowerPoint presentations, Black Board, others.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations and weekly worksheets as well as quizzes and final exams.
  • Obtained proficiency using PowerPoint, Excel, Origin, and ChemDraw software.
  • Created lesson plans involving PowerPoint slides and group in-class activities.
  • Researched for and created PowerPoint presentations for classroom use.
  • Fabricated quizzes, exams, PowerPoint lectures and labs.
  • Provide students with the ability to create PowerPoint presentations for projectsassociated with business scenarios and databases.
  • Coordinated room scheduling for lecture, computer based training and student powerpoint presentations.
  • Created powerpoint presentations explaining both technical and conceptual issues related to painting
  • Work, Excel, and PowerPoint)
  • Drafted and edited syllabi and created "learner-centered" PowerPoint presentations.

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  • Performed measurements on thin films, and performed data analysis to guide process development and perform research.
  • Performed a study observing aggression and ability performance * Worked with statistical data analysis (SPSS)
  • Coordinated with peer researchers on the data analysis and publication of the Pt-Cu catalyst.
  • Finalized data analysis and created a poster for the project accepted by SfN.
  • Gathered, compiled, analyzed and produced reports from the results of data analysis
  • Utilized SPSS to perform data analysis to determine significance in the data retrieved.
  • Assisted with data analysis, IRB draft proposals, and administrative tasks.
  • Performed data analysis by using machine learning tools such as MATLAB.
  • Assisted with data analysis for oxygen permeation in blood vessels.
  • Compiled data in a database, performed data analysis, & created weekly scatterplot & box-plot graphs of results.
  • Reviewed 40 hours of subject recordings and marked for speech errors Collaborated with graduate student assistant on data analysis
  • Performed image and data analysis as well as microscope control using MATLAB.
  • Clean datasets to use in data analysis.
  • Spring 2015 Researched SAS applications to categorical data analysis under the supervision of Professor Marlow Lemons.
  • Research Assistant Ran test subjects Lab data analysis
  • Research Assistant Data analysis for "Goal orientation and cross cultural competence"

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27. Philosophy

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  • 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.
  • Teach courses (summers) in the graduate program in educational philosophy, psychology, curriculum design and research.
  • Designed courses in Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Greek Philosophy Introduction to Anthropology, Ethics and Great Thinkers.
  • Mentored newly hired philosophy teachers on school culture as well as the program s academic requirements.
  • 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.
  • Collaborate with faculty and staff to support college philosophy and goals.
  • 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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28. Research Projects

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  • Conducted and delegated special research projects and papers on criminology and criminal justice issues.
  • Supported and supervised basic research projects developed by students.
  • Assisted postdoctoral researchers with experiments and research projects.
  • Completed research projects in the areas of property law, health law, landlord and tenant law, and corporate law.
  • Collaborated with team of professors, research scientists and graduate students from various universities on 5 different research projects.
  • Provided research in the field of sports in Albania and engaged and mentored students in their research projects.
  • Worked on research projects presented as memorandums to the Commonwealth's Attorneys for their cases and presentations.
  • Guide writing students through every step of research projects, and prepare reading students for LOEP exam.
  • Inspired students to plan for their future by assigning career research projects and financial literacy assignments.
  • Engaged 25,000 learners in creative and critical thinking via 75 co-designed action research projects.
  • Mentor students in creating individualized research projects to be conducted as their senior project.
  • Provided advice, and support to these students to build their research projects.
  • Managed three research projects and trained several lab workers on experimental techniques.
  • Conducted large research projects, Published and presented in academic conferences.
  • Teach, review, and edit student undergraduate research projects
  • Developed Nationwide long term research projects in China.
  • Mentored 8 undergraduate student research projects.
  • Enhanced students' critical thinking developing a classroom multi-level assessment system for design and historical research projects.
  • Research Projects: Mechanical Properties of High-Entropy Alloys: DFT calculations
  • Served as the advisor for 10 undergraduate research projects.

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29. Office Hours

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  • Maintained regularly-scheduled office hours to advise and assist students.
  • 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.
  • Grade assignments, hold review sessions and lectures, answer student emails and questions, hold office hours.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Maintain regularly scheduled office hours in order to advise and assist students.
  • Be available for student consultation through office hours or scheduled appointments.
  • Assisted students with the course material during weekly office hours.
  • Consult with students during regularly scheduled office hours.
  • Maintained regular office hours to meet with students.
  • Hold office hours and class review sessions.
  • Provide student mentoring and office hours.
  • Meet with students during office hours, record grades and inform students of their final grade.
  • Grade first-year assignments for citation accuracy and hold weekly office hours for questions
  • Planned and held discussion sessions Held office hours Graded homework and exams
  • Administered and proctored exams Held office hours Took notes for disability services Provided out of class assistance to students when needed

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30. Public Speaking

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  • Utilize collaborative communication and engage in public speaking on a daily basis.
  • Refined public speaking, editing/proofreading and independent work skills.
  • Teach mass media courses in audio/video production, programming, writing, sports media, and public speaking
  • Prepared and delivered curriculum and gained public speaking experience in front of large audiences.
  • Represent the department at public speaking engagements and media interviews.
  • Lectured and performed in public speaking roles regularly.
  • Coached students on public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Developed college level course curriculum and taught Public Speaking and Human Communications.
  • Qualified by university to teach various communications courses, including public speaking.)
  • Instructed bimester-long courses (8 weeks) in Public Speaking and English.
  • Execute wide range of public speaking methods such as audio and visual presentations, power-point slide presentations, and physical demonstrations.

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31. Business Law

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  • Affiliate professor teaching business Law and accounting within the undergrad curriculum.
  • Collaborated with professor in administration of undergraduate business law course.
  • Provided classroom instruction in business related courses, including Business Law, Contracts, Property, Management, Accounting and Marketing.
  • Served as an adjunct faculty member at Atlanta Technical College, and taught Business Law and Principles of Selling
  • Instructed evening classes in Business Law I & II, Constitutional Law, and Courts and Criminal Evidence.
  • Teach college-level courses in Legal Studies, Criminal Justice and Business law in classroom and online formats.
  • Assisted with the development of the Business Law curriculum for the opening of a satellite campus.
  • Reviewed articles and checked citations for pending publication in the New York Business Law Journal.
  • Instructed Business Law to 30 plus students within 30 days in preparation for co-op experience.
  • Conducted legal research on issues in business law and produced legal and academic papers
  • Labor, Employment, Business Law, HR, & Organizational Leadership
  • Teach graduate-level business law courses online, using BlackBoard platform.
  • Created the lesson plans and taught Business Law I and II
  • Teach graduate accounting and business law courses
  • Researched incentive compensation for top university executives Performed empirical research on business law school programs
  • Focused in Business Law Compiled the necessary research/documentation for articles in the publication process
  • Edited pamphlets on business law to distribute amongst business and legal executives.
  • Research Assistant Conduct research in securities, partnership, and business law.
  • Teach in "down state" MBA program: business law, finance, strategic planning
  • Lectured for Business Law I & II classes Lectured for Legal Research class !

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  • Served on many PhD qualifying and dissertation exams committees either as a member or chairperson both at UCSD and SDSU.
  • Supervised and mentored undergraduate (BS) and graduate (MS, PhD) students.
  • Served as graduate level mentor, committee chair and member for qualitative PhD dissertations.
  • 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.
  • Trained 3 rotating PhD students, 1 masters student and 2 volunteers to genotype and perform minor mouse procedures.
  • Major Professor: Kenn Apel, PhD
  • Carol white, Samer Koutoubi, MD, PhD, This is Your Brain on Good Food.
  • Affiliate faculty member in the MA/PHD Pastoral Counseling Program Professor for the "Family Counseling" courseSupervisor: David Newton M.A.

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33. Architecture

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  • Involved in the preparation of Functional Requirements Document and preparing Architecture of website.
  • Developed licensing and financial models, technology architectures and rapid launch plans.
  • Course Development, Application Security, Computer Architecture
  • Engage students in Historic Preservation and its current role in the practice of architecture, urban design and sustainability.
  • Worked as researcher on Programmable Logic (FPGA, VHDL) and Computer Architecture Course.
  • Article on Green Architecture- Recycling Architecture (Bayer Young Environmental Envoy Program, 2006)
  • Instructed high school students from the School of Urban Planning and Architecture.
  • Developed microprocessor, computer architecture and embedded lecture/lab courses that covered 6800/68332/Hc11, Intel and PIC microprocessors and microcontrollers.
  • Established reputation as world leader in mechanical stratigraphy and fracture architecture in sedimentary rocks.
  • Developed Online Shopping Website for books using MVC architecture in JSP, servlet.
  • Developed prototype applications for NeoCoil LLC; sketched design, wireframing, storyboarding, information architecture and prototyping.
  • Provide instruction for the following classes: Blueprint Reading, AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Architecture, Microstation

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34. Business Management

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  • Course Instructed: Oral Communications Mass Media Broadcast Journalism Sales Computers for Business-Microsoft Suite Business Management Developmental Reading Life Skills
  • Conducted various adequate classes on the business management and administrative management.
  • Piloted LMS and implemented e-learning courses; as acting SME for restaurant operations and business management.
  • Provide guidance of the complexities of Strategic Business Management to stay competitive in business.
  • Teach accounting, business management, and marketing.
  • Implemented Talech business management software.

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35. Adobe Photoshop

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  • Work with Mac OS X computers using Quark Xpress, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
  • Tutor ~ Classestaught: Advanced 3D Animation, 3 DModeling, Computer Imaging (Adobe Photoshop etc.).
  • Interacted globally Developed daily lesson plans Taught Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to 400 Polish students and 20 professors
  • Trained designers on computer graphics design programs such as adobe photoshop, autodesk maya,adobe flash and adobe after effects.

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36. Intro

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  • Instructed academic courses in Introduction to Business, Small Business Management and Introduction to Marketing to undergraduate students.
  • Developed curriculum for academic courses and taught introductory and mid-level computer classes to IT students at undergraduate level.
  • Introduced pediatric sedation training curriculum for Critical Care Medicine Fellows and Residents.
  • Served as team member on redesign committee for face-to-face introductory statistics.
  • Instructed classes in beginning programming and introduction to computers
  • Course: Introduction to Environmental Engineering
  • Designed and delivered courses on Introduction to media, Public Relations, Radio and TV Production, Publicity and Oral Communication.
  • Introduced graduate students to the legal, political, and regulatory controls that define, promote and limit business practice opportunities.
  • Introduced a set of active learning methods to the university, which is now part of the regular teaching methodologies.
  • Drafted memorandum analyzing the impact of the introduction of U.S. - style antitrust settlement procedures in EU law.
  • Designed the curriculum and syllabus of the subject, Introduction to Cruise Line Management.
  • Teach Introduction to Financial Accounting and Fraud Detection and Deterrence classes.
  • Teach every semester an Introduction to Undergraduate Research course.
  • Introduce hybrid components with threaded discussions through MOODLE software.
  • Course: BUS 150: Introduction to Business
  • Introduce intermediate and advance accounting courses.
  • Spring, 2006 HUM 110: Introduction to Appalachian Studies
  • Introduced university into certification programs such as the Juniper Academy, Cisco Academy, and EMC Education Solutions.
  • teach Intermediate Baking, Advanced Baking, Intro to Restaurant Management, Hotel and Restaurant Operations, Culinary Math
  • Published Introduction to Fluid Power (Cengage Learning).

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37. DNA

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  • Tasked with separating and plating nematodes to mature, then isolating their DNA and performing PCR to analyze the genetic content
  • Handled and cared for laboratory mice used for DNA testing sampling of DNA from live mice.
  • Provided Professor with additional research needed for grant proposal on Felon DNA Databases.
  • Performed extensive research on the evolution of the admissibility of DNA evidence.
  • Analyzed DNA sequence to determine Phylogenetic diversity within tree population.
  • Maintained a working DNA microarray and molecular sequencing laboratories.
  • Worked on making DNA-surfactant films to be used as molecular wires.
  • Collected DNA samples through cheeck swabs.
  • Analyzed DNA sequence for Cladistics.
  • Work included PCR, DNA sequencing, genotyping, gel electrophoresis, Northern and Southern Blotting.
  • Injected different pieces of DNA into bacterial plasmids, then observed functionality afterward.
  • Research genotyping possible DNA segments related toParkinson's Disease.
  • Established the potential of murine testis-specific high mobility group (tsHMG) proteins to bind cisplatinated DNA.
  • Experience with mass spectrometry, dna and protein electropholysis, PCR and RFLP.
  • Received by the president of the Illiksagvik College, Dr. Edna Ahgeak MacLean, Ph.D (Stanford)
  • Studied Drosophila genetics and acquired various laboratory skills such as: DNA extraction, polymerase chain reaction and gel electrophoresis

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38. C++

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  • 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.
  • Conducted various theory sessions such as C, C++, Data Structure, Analysis and design of algorithm.
  • 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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39. III

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  • Researched and summarized various issues pertaining to whether a private purchaser of real estate settlement services has Article III standing.
  • Assisted with the coordination of Legal Writing III by editing/updating the record and bench brief
  • Teach Spanish I, II, and III to four-year college students as adjunct staff
  • Developed and implemented curriculum of Civilization and Culture III and IV.
  • Presented research finding in the improvement of retention rates in freshman students -Led the Title III grant for NSU/BPCC
  • Performed the Terbium (III) Assay which involved titration and florescence.
  • Research Technician III Conducted protein purification, crystallization and activity assay in support of research projects.

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  • Assisted, and instructed ESL and disabled students-made, or advocated accommodations for instructional educational goals.
  • Participated in the WASC accreditation: participated in fulfilling the 5 categories on ESLRS (Expected School-wide Learning Results).
  • Specialized knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of ESL instruction by teaching ESL to college level students.
  • Collaborated with a team of six ESL teachers on lesson planning, materials development, exam writing and administration.
  • Created and led classes to teach students how to teach English to ESL students abroad.
  • Second Language Acquisition focused on teaching ESL with a concentration in academic writing and presenting.
  • Curated the largest ESL children's library in South Korea.
  • Mentor TESL candidates inside and outside of the classroom.
  • Created ESL Rise for the increasing population.
  • Teach online courses for future ESL/EFL teachers.
  • Manage and train team of ESL professors.
  • Rate ESL Essays for appropriate level
  • Recognized ESL/ESOL prof in China.
  • Course Developer/Facilitator/Administrator Wolfson Campus ESL Learning Community Cohort Program in Art Appreciation and Sixth Level ESL.
  • Analyzed and coded Professor Lesley Smith s students papers for an integrative studies research project.
  • Rate essays placing students into the appropriate English class ESL Placement Test Proctor.
  • Register students for classes at the end of the summer ESL RISE Workshop.
  • Develop and monitor ESL Program for the Department Teach and evaluate students Maintain departmental files and manage correspondence
  • Interview new faculty both adjunct and full time Say Yes ESL Summer Success Academy.
  • Full time ESL Professor College Senator Sat with CDEC (College Wide Developmental Committee).

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41. Calculus

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  • Teach Digital and Analog Electronics, Power Electronics, Teach Math, Algebra, and Calculus.
  • Selected to assist in tutoring while utilizing my demonstrated calculus skills in the math lab.
  • Tutor students in different Math levels ranging from Algebra to advanced Calculus.
  • Hired to teach Advanced Placement (AP) courses: Statistics, Calculus I and II.
  • Job Duties: Teaching statistics, calculus, pre-calculus and algebra courses.
  • Conduct 5 daily High School courses: Physical Science, Advanced Physics, Calculus,Chemistry.

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42. Pharmacology

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  • Instructed students in anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, college mathematics, and pharmacology math and dosage calculations.
  • Teach pharmacology & toxicology course to nursing undergraduate students.
  • Developed and taught course curriculum on the subject of exercise science and clinical pharmacology to athletic training students.
  • Master of Science in Anesthesia Program Anatomy Lecture/Advanced Pharmacology Lecture
  • Responsibled for teaching Maternal-Child, Pharmacology, Human Growth & Development across the lifespan, as well as NCLEX preparation.
  • Graduate teaching experience on masters on Clinical Social Work (MSW) Courses on dependency and psychopharmacology on Social Work
  • Content areas include: Fundamentals; Nursing Informatics; Basic Skills; Pharmacology.
  • Established objectives for curriculums at associate degree level.Taught law, management, and pharmacology.Supervised internships at pharmacies and hospitals.

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43. Entrepreneurship

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  • Designed and developed MBA Project Management and Entrepreneurship concentration.
  • Offered a three day conference on How to Establish your own Business, Marketing and Advertising and Entrepreneurship to 40+ students.
  • Teach MBA students: marketing management, marketing research, entrepreneurship, capstone, & business ethics.
  • Develop, market, and integrate into the college a new certificate program in entrepreneurship.
  • Led outreach to community and statewide stakeholders in the PPCC entrepreneurship program.
  • Lead professor in building the school of Entrepreneurship for Nova University
  • Prepare and conduct Entrepreneurship Courses.
  • Developed Entrepreneurship curriculum, Fluent in Project Management software, SPSS, Vizio, and methods of research.
  • Teach classes in in-depth reporting, media ethics,journalism entrepreneurship, research methods and statistical assessment.
  • Selected as the faculty advisor for the American Marketing Club and Entrepreneurship Club.

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44. Family Law

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  • Communicated with state representatives to complete national survey on family law reform and the implementation of a uniform family code.
  • Edited family law casebook; researched and analyzed domestic and international family law and conventions.
  • Researched family law questions concerning settlement agreements and division of marital property.
  • Researched and summarized issues relating to domestic and international family law.
  • Researched family law issues in conjunction with legislative revisions and proposals
  • Researched and analyzed domestic and international family law.
  • Conducted legal research and editing for three family law chapters in the Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers.
  • Conducted legal research, wrote and edited family law, domestic violence and torts related projects and articles.
  • Edited a casebook entitled Fundamental Principles of Family Law, Nolan, Laurence C., et al., William
  • Edited, proofread, and researched various projects related to family law and family mediation.
  • Edited cases, proofread drafts, and checked citations for a new family law casebook.
  • Researched and drafted case summaries on various issues relating to criminal and family law.
  • Researched and summarized legal issues in Torts, Family Law, and Contracts.
  • Instruct Family Law and Environmental Law to class ranging between 30-35 students.
  • Last served as the director of the Family Law Clinic.
  • Conducted research on various family law topics Created footnotes for recent publication
  • Developed Table of Cases and Acknowledgments sections for family law textbook.
  • Practice areas of the Clinic primarily included, family law, dependency, educational surrogacy, delinquency, and probate/guardianships.
  • Lectured for Family Law class Lectured for Real Estate Law class Lectured for Introduction to Paralegal class !
  • Research Assistant Helped to prepare 2008 Supplement for Family Law: Cases and Materials (Areen, Regan & Spindelman).

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45. Political Science

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  • Managed political science courses within the Social Sciences Department that included class-based, blended learning, online courses and dual credit.
  • Course(S), Political Science, International Relations, Public Administration
  • Job Duties: Professor in the Political Science Department.
  • Course, Political Science and Global Issues
  • Teach undergraduate political science courses.
  • Conducted research analysis under a UC Berkeley Political Science professor for his upcoming book on Democratic Innovations.
  • Conducted regular classes of the graduate courses of political science department; Coordinated and oversee the departmental administration and finance.
  • Research Assistant Studied various political science articles to collect a catalogue about Governance.

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46. Homework Assignments

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  • Reviewed weekly homework assignments and instructions for group assignments.
  • Developed and graded exams and homework assignments.
  • Prepare lectures and lead classroom discussion, responsible for making and grading homework assignments, exams, quizzes and classroom assignments.
  • Provide Respiratory Care classes in a classroom, patient management practice, homework assignments, special assignments, and essays.
  • Create and administer quizzes, exams, research projects, in-class assignments and homework assignments.
  • Prepared all course materials: Syllabus, homework assignments, exercises, presentations and exams.
  • Graded homework assignments for both of the Intermediate 1 & 2 accounting classes.
  • Graded homework assignments for ENGR 160, a freshman-level problem solving course
  • Assigned homework assignments and quizzes and wrote corresponding keys.
  • Grade homework assignments and provide feedback.
  • Created, administered and corrected tests, essays and homework assignments in a timely manner.
  • Graded weekly homework assignments Held exam review sessions and assisted with class lectures
  • Led weekly discussion sections covering homework/example problems Graded periodic homework assignments and daily quizzes Proctored exams.
  • Lecture students Assign and grade homework assignments Administer and grade tests

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47. Tourism

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  • Devised and implemented tourism information center and travel agency lab in college.
  • Led numerous training sessions, conferences, workshops, seminars and courses specific to the tourism industry within Cuba.
  • Led supervising teams for Quality Control, Marketing Management and Customer Relations in the tourism industry in Cuba.
  • Designed Touristic Products to be implemented by the Ministry of Tourism in Cuba, resulting in revenue increase.
  • Instructed Tourism and Guidance Classes of up to 100 students at Institute of Tourism and Hotels.
  • Conducted Careers for the Hospitality & Tourism Industries for third and fourth year college students.
  • Experience as Professor at the UCLV, Industrial Engineering and Tourism Faculty.
  • Conducted The Life of a Flight Attendant for tourism students.
  • Instructed students on computer software for hotels and tourism.
  • Played a key role in developing medical tourism courses.
  • Give classes of Tourism to my students.
  • Teach courses of tourism, customer service and hotel operationsHuman Development Seminaries and community relations.
  • Researched areas of tourism development in Rincon, PR.
  • Created a technical university's English and Tourism studies program in Valladolid, Yucatan.

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48. Autocad

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  • Instructed classes in the use of AutoCAD evenings and weekends.
  • Designed and taught AutoCAD seminars for architects, engineers and designers
  • Offered the Introduction to Drawings and AutoCAD courses.
  • Designed microfluidic devices using AutoCAD.
  • Blueprint drawing in two dimensions using AutoCAD 2D and 3D.version 2006 Perspective drawing by hand in pencil & color.
  • Plan and organize lessons in AutoCAD 12 for twenty-eight students Teaching helped develop speech, organizational and planning skills
  • Alsoaided in helping teach AutoCAD to the first year students as a secondary contact point.
  • Teached Strength of Materials, AutoCAD 2007 and Mathematics course.
  • Co-edited and formatted AutoCAD sheet layouts for the National Park Service's Leister Holland Prize and Charles Peterson Prize drawing submissions.
  • Set Design' using AutoCAD 'The Importance of Interior Design in Film and Television' using 3ds Max

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49. Html

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  • Apply styles locally within XHTML tags to enhance text, image borders and colors of elements within the XHTM code.
  • Designed and implemented the DB Schema and User Interface for the application using PHP, MySQL and HTML.
  • Apply internal CSS code (styles) within the style element of a XHTML document.
  • Implement JavaScript code in XHTML document to interact to user and validate user input data.
  • Designed and created multiple HTML and CSS examples and templates for instructional purposes.
  • Created task management website with group-mates by using HTML and Polymer library.
  • Conducted laboratory for C, Data structure, Java and HTML.
  • Upload (Put) XHTML and PHP files to Web Server (Apache) to process user data inputs.
  • Create Inline, Internal/External CSS style sheet (*.css) to enhance individual XHTML elements of Web page design.
  • Teach courses in Web Design (CSS and HTML) and Image Manipulation In Photoshop/Illustrator.
  • Edit source code (*.html, *.css) in the maintenance of existing web pages.

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50. Student Learning

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  • Accommodate different levels of student learning and accelerate achievement of educational objectives.
  • Implemented innovative study methodologies to enhance student learning and evaluate their progress.
  • Utilize appropriate library resources and educational technology to enhance student learning.
  • Monitor student learning and provide in-depth and individualized instruction to students.
  • Delivered counseling and positive feedback to strengthen student learning.
  • Used differentiated instruction based on students' learning styles optimizing student learning process, and adapting instruction when needed.
  • Evaluated soldier performance on class assignments, exams and implemented corrective assignments to aid in the student learning progress.
  • Supported students' learning goals by focusing on student learning outcomes which resulted in a 96% pass rate.
  • Model effective oral and written communications that engage the students, provide clarity, and improve student learning.
  • Led and supervised all staff in focusing on improvement of quality and effectiveness of student learning.
  • Facilitated student learning through a variety of methodologies and types of assessments conducive to success.
  • Define, develop and implement student learning strategies and activities in the marketing field.
  • Create assignments, quizzes and tests for the benefit and student learning.
  • Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions and assess student learning.
  • Facilitate student learning and conduct research in the field of computer science.
  • Incorporate active learning and self-directed learning techniques to enhance student learning.
  • Presented plans to utilize conceptual teaching to enhance student learning.
  • Evaluated student learning and progress.
  • Served on University of Rio Grande Assessment Committee, AQIP Student Learning Committee, Retention Committee, Strategic Planning Steering Committee.
  • Facilitate student learning in the field of macroeconomics and microeconomics (Contact: Jodie Vangrov [ ]

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20 Most Common Skills For A Professor

Curriculum Development

15.0%

Undergraduate Courses

14.6%

Online Courses

8.3%

Information Technology

6.1%

Mathematics

5.8%

Psychology

5.5%

Biology

4.5%

Theory

4.2%

Topics

4.0%

Ethics

3.8%

Course Materials

3.5%

Lesson Plans

3.4%

Literature

3.3%

Organizational Behavior

3.1%

Principles

3.1%

Anatomy

2.7%

Economics

2.6%

Physiology

2.5%

Legal Documents

2.2%

Seminar

1.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Professor

Rank Skill
1 Curriculum Development 11.2%
2 Undergraduate Courses 10.9%
3 Online Courses 6.2%
4 Information Technology 4.5%
5 Mathematics 4.3%
6 Psychology 4.1%
7 Biology 3.4%
8 Theory 3.2%
9 Topics 3.0%
10 Ethics 2.9%
11 Course Materials 2.6%
12 Lesson Plans 2.5%
13 Literature 2.4%
14 Organizational Behavior 2.3%
15 Principles 2.3%
16 Anatomy 2.0%
17 Economics 1.9%
18 Physiology 1.9%
19 Legal Documents 1.6%
20 Seminar 1.4%
21 International Business 1.3%
22 Business Administration 1.3%
23 Blackboard 1.3%
24 Sociology 1.3%
25 Powerpoint 1.3%
26 Data Analysis 1.2%
27 Philosophy 1.2%
28 Research Projects 1.0%
29 Office Hours 1.0%
30 Public Speaking 0.9%
31 Business Law 0.9%
32 PHD 0.9%
33 Architecture 0.8%
34 Business Management 0.8%
35 Adobe Photoshop 0.8%
36 Intro 0.8%
37 DNA 0.8%
38 C++ 0.7%
39 III 0.7%
40 ESL 0.7%
41 Calculus 0.7%
42 Pharmacology 0.7%
43 Entrepreneurship 0.6%
44 Family Law 0.6%
45 Political Science 0.6%
46 Homework Assignments 0.6%
47 Tourism 0.5%
48 Autocad 0.5%
49 Html 0.5%
50 Student Learning 0.5%
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