Lecture Demonstration Coordinator- University of Minnesota
The School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Minnesota is looking for a Lecture Demonstration Coordinator The primary responsibility of the Lecture Demonstration Coordinator is to manage the Physics Lecture Demonstration Facility in the School of Physics and Astronomy. This involves the preparation of physics lecture demonstrations used by both physics and astronomy instructors during their lectures for approximately 3000 to 4000 undergraduate students per semester. New and existing lecture demonstrations are constantly assessed to determine their success or where modifications to current practices are needed. See the list of demos here: https://spademos.umn.edu/ In addition
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