Tenure Track, Assistant Professor Specializing in Environmental Engineering

University of Dayton Department of Civil / Environmental Engineering

Deadline: March 24, 2023


The University of Dayton School of Engineering invites applications for an assistant professor specializing in environmental engineering.
Are you looking for a university that will support you and your commitment to preparing the next generation of engineers? Are you interested in a university where you will work with highly-motivated students in and out of the classroom, and contribute to a thriving academic program? Are you seeking to engage in research that makes a difference in the world, as a member of a mission-driven institution?
The University of Dayton, Department of Civil / Environmental Engineering is seeking a teacher-scholar at the rank of tenure track assistant professor with a specialization in environmental engineering, to begin August 16, 2023.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a potential for excellence and a willingness to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental engineering with a focus on water quality issues or treatment design, and be willing to teach one or more fundamental civil engineering courses. The successful candidate is expected to engage and lead students in externally sponsored research and participate in undergraduate and graduate student advising and mentoring. Collaboration is encouraged within the department, across the university, and externally. The successful candidate is expected to support inclusive excellence which supports the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion and a commitment of service to the community, university, and profession.

Opportunities for collaboration are diverse, with examples including the department’s Intelligent Infrastructure Systems Center, the Ethos R&D program in the School of Engineering’s Ethos Center, the university’s Hanley Sustainability Institute, the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI), and sciences such as environmental biology and environmental geosciences.

The Dayton area offers unique opportunities for engineering faculty to work with researchers at the Air Force Research Laboratory located at Wright-Patterson AFB, the Environmental Protection Agency’s Breidenbach Environmental research center, regional academic institutions such as The Ohio State University and University of Cincinnati, and Confluence –a Water Technology Innovation Cluster of industry partners.

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