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Physics Part-Time Faculty January 2022
The Physics Department at St. Olaf College seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor to teach an Electronics course with laboratory component in the January term of 2021-2022. The appointment begins on January 1, 2022 (duration is one month).   Primary Responsibilities:  Teaching one course in Electronics (Physics 246). This course covers both analog and digital electronics, then moves to interfacing with a computer, FPGA, or Arduino. Students complete a project of their choosing at the end of the course. (During the January term, students are only enrolled in one course.)   Qualifications:  A Ph.D. in physics or closely related field (such as electrical engineering) and demonstrated potential for excellent teachi


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