- Research topics of particular interest include experimental, computational and/or theoretical approaches to astrodynamics, formation flight, attitude dynamics, navigation, and guidance to enable sustained space activities including, exploration, economic development, and human activity.
- Research topics of particular interest are centered on the engineering and application of ML and AI in aerospace systems, including but not limited to: testing, evaluation, and certification of autonomous aerospace systems with ML/AI components; ML/AI for human-centered system design; ML/AI for secure and resilient vehicles, systems and infrastructure; and intelligent collaborative transportation networks.
- The College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) at the University of Colorado Boulder is launching a college-wide search for multiple tenure-track faculty positions. All areas of research and scholarship are welcome to apply. We have a particular interest in the areas of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, Computer Science, and Mechanical Engineering
- The College of Engineering & Applied Science (CEAS) invites applications for the Outreach Project Manager to support STARLIT project research at the University of Colorado Boulder through the design, development, and implementation of an integrated workforce pathways program, as well as to oversee and coordinate the STARLIT Scholars Program and the STARLIT Scholar Summer Experience, through the provision of high-level organization, support, and accountability for similar workforce pathway programs across five other universities.
Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a temporary lecturer to teach in its undergraduate and/or graduate program for spring 2024 and summer 2024.
Candidates are sought who have experience teaching in either aerospace, aeronautical, astronautical engineering, or a closely related field. Applicants must possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills along with the ability to teach and work in a highly collaborative environment. Preference will be given to applicants with prior university teaching experience, years of experience, and/or graduate degrees.
Viable candidates should be capable of teaching a wide range of aerospace engineering courses. An understanding and appreciation for aerospace engineering fundamentals, as well as excellent management, communication, and organizational skills, along with a willingness to learn quickly, is required. A successful candidate in this position will teach multiple courses during the academic year and summer terms. Lecturers are employees at will and not eligible for tenure.
Applicants are encouraged to visit the Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences website http://www.colorado.edu/aerospace to understand the educational mission of the department and the specific courses that are taught in the undergraduate and graduate curriculum and how they would specifically contribute to offering these courses.
Applicants should submit their application electronically to the HR Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, including a CV or resume. Cover letters should be addressed to Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences, University of Colorado Boulder. Compensation for these positions is between $6,427.20-$19,281.60 based on courses taught. Applications are due one month before the start of each semester.
Application for 2023-2024 Academic Year - Smead Aerospace is seeking highly qualified students to serve as Aerospace Ambassadors during the 2023-2024 academic year. The goals of the Aerospace Ambassadors program are to provide exceptional outreach service throughout the Smead Aerospace Department, hone the communication and leadership skills of the Ambassadors, and provide opportunities and experiences that will lead to personal and professional growth. Aerospace Ambassadors are involved with activities related to recruiting, retention, and outreach. See full job description for application instructions.
Teaching Facilitator (TF) Position Description by Level:
Each year, we seek for student employees in the areas of course support, department administration and research assistance. These student hourly roles are filled on an as-needed basis each semester. Student hourly positions are not permanent employees. If you have an interest in helping others and supporting upcoming classes in their academic journey, please fill out the following form: Student Teaching Facilitator Interest Form.
Job duties for all Entry and Intermediate level positions include but are not limited to: supporting lab and lecture instruction, grading, and holding open-office hours. While job duties are similar for each level of TF the education and specialized skill required to perform these duties varies by the level of undergraduate/graduate course the TF is assigned to. Minimum qualifications for Entry and Intermediate level TF positions are outlined below.
TF positions can be 5, 10, 15, or 20 hours per week. The contract period runs 8/24/23 – 12/21/23 for fall and 1/15/24 – 5/15/24 for spring.
Each year, we seek student assistant (hourly) employees for the following labs:
View the current Student Assistant Job Descriptions, Pay Ranges, and Job Codes; this information is maintained and updated by the Student Employment Office.