Here are some of the courses I have taught 
at the University of Texas:
undergraduate lecture courses:

HIS 322D: The Scientific Revolution of the 17th Century

HIS 322M: History of Modern Science

HIS 329P: History of the Atomic Bomb

HIS 329U: Perspectives on Science and Mathematics

UGS 303: Science and Art, Then and Now
(co-taught with Prof. Linda Henderson)

undergraduate seminars:

HIS 350L: The Galileo Affair

HIS 350L: Electrification

You can find syllabi from the last few times I've taught these courses by going to https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/student/coursedocs/nlogon/, entering "Bruce Hunt" in the "Instructor" boxes at the bottom, and clicking "Search."

I also regularly teach a graduate seminar:

HIS 380K: Themes and Problems in the History of Science

but the syllabus for it isn't posted on the UT website. 

I have received several teaching awards over the years:

1989: $1000 Texas Excellence Teaching Award (College of Liberal Arts), sponsored by the University of Texas Ex-Students’ Association;

2002: $5000 UT President’s Associates Teaching Excellence Award;

2013: $3000 UT College of Liberal Arts Raymond Dickson Centennial Endowed Teaching Fellowship.