CU Boulder has a tenure track faculty
open in Engineering for Developing Communities at the College of Engineering
and Applied Science (CEAS) level. The search is open to ICTD candidates,
alongside other engineering disciplines with a focus on sustainable community
development. Successful candidates can be based out of
ATLAS<https://www.colorado.edu/atlas/?>, Mortenson Center for Engineering for
Developing Communities<https://www.colorado.edu/mcedc/>, alongside other
departments within Engineering.
The College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado
Boulder invites applications for a tenure-line faculty position in engineering
for developing communities. This faculty search fits with the overall vision of
the college as being a world leader for excellence and innovation in
engineering research and education while addressing global societal challenges
and improving life.
This is an interdisciplinary search, and candidates would have the opportunity
to join the engineering faculty where their research and teaching efforts are
aligned with their interests in engineering for developing communities. The
position is targeted at the Assistant Professor level, but candidates with
exceptional qualifications for higher rank will be considered.
We are looking for candidates who show promise and interest in establishing and
leading a research group to explore transdisciplinary fields and paradigms in
sustainable community development, produce internationally recognized work, and
develop collaborative relationships in academia as well as industry and the
community. The candidates should show ability to work across several sectors of
the college of engineering working on problems related to engineering in
developing communities, including the Mortenson Center in Engineering for
Developing Communities (http://www.colorado.edu/mcedc/), ATLAS
(http://atlas.colorado.edu/), and other centers across campus.
Successful candidates will be expected to engage in both undergraduate and
graduate teaching, contribute to professional service, contribute to
service-learning initiatives at the undergraduate and graduate levels, develop
externally funded research programs, and collaborate with other faculty,
organizations working in developing communities, and community members.
Professional registration or an ability to become a registered professional
engineer is desired. While the target of hiring is at the assistant professor
level, outstanding applicants may be considered at all levels including those
who would further strengthen the diversity of our faculty.
Application Materials Required: Cover Letter, Resume/CV, List of
References, Statement of Research Philosophy Application Materials
Instructions: Applicants must submit their applications on-line at CU Careers
(https://www.cu.edu/cu-careers/cu-boulder). Submit a PDF file containing a
cover letter (1 page), names and contact information for 3 to 5 references,
curriculum vita, and statements describing your goals related to teaching and
research (2-3 pages). Review of applications will start on November 15, 2017
and will continue until the position is filled.
Department: B0001 -- Boulder Campus - 10298 - College Engineering & App Sci
: Oct 20, 2017
Posting Contact Name: Professor Bernard Amadei
Posting Contact Email: ama...@colorado.edu
Position Number: 00737449
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