Instructors and GSIs play important roles in Jacobs Hall’s interdisciplinary academic community. We invite participation from members of all campus departments and support innovative pedagogical approaches and course formats. Read about how your fellow instructors have made the most of Jacobs Hall’s resources and learn how you can do the same for your class.
Lead instructors and GSIs of classes taught in Jacobs Hall, this page is for you. Gathered here are information and key to-do items to make the most of your semester. See the full guide.
From interactive whiteboards to project storage, Jacobs Hall’s features support hands-on learning. Explore our facilities and resources for teaching.
Each semester, we invite faculty from all campus departments to apply to hold courses in Jacobs Hall. Learn more.
We occasionally hire external instructors to teach design courses on a range of topics, such as visual communication, prototyping, human-centered design, and more. Interested? Apply to our lecturer pool. Questions? Email Emily Rice (director of programs and operations).
Through January 31, 2018, we are also seeking applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position. Learn more.
Questions about teaching in Jacobs Hall? When in doubt, contact Amy Dinh (student services advisor) for academic questions and Joey Gottbrath (technical lab lead) for makerspace questions. For AV support, contact the Electronics Support Group (ESG) AV Support Helpdesk.