Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering or Architectural Engineering with a focus on structures or materials
Demonstrated ability to conduct research in structural or materials engineering
Ability (subject matter expertise) to teach courses in structural engineering at the university level
Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
Experience teaching courses in structural engineering at the university level
Clear vision for future research including plans for external funding
Professional experience in the Architecture/Engineering/Construction (AEC) industry
PE or eligibility for PE licensure
The duties of the position are:
To teach undergraduate courses in Civil and Architectural Engineering, typically three courses per year.
To conduct research in structural or materials engineering. A successful research program is characterized by externally-funded projects, refereed publications, recruitment and supervision of graduate students, national and international presentations.
To perform service to the home Department, College, and the University.
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