Tecs Part Time Lecturer

North Carolina State University Raleigh , NC 27611

Posted 4 months ago

Lecturer to teach specialized courses within the TECS Department in areas of engineering and technical application of chemistry, color, polymers, bio-medicals, design, and production with regard to fibers and fiber-based materials.

Course work in TECS bachelors degrees in Textile Technology, Polymer and Color Chemistry, and Textile Engineering.

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