The University of Maryland, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering seeks applicants for a tenure-track position in Civil and Environmental Engineering, likely at the assistant professor level. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to: guide an active scholarly research program, obtain funding from competitive external funding agencies, and teach effectively at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Although the research specialization area of environmental engineering is open, a strong fundamental science/engineering background is desired and the following topics are of specific interest: chemical and biosensors development for pathogen and contaminant detection, water-energy-food nexus, urban water challenges, and resource recovery and reutilization.
All applicants must hold a PhD in Civil or Environmental Engineering or a related field by August 2018. For best consideration applications should be received by December 8, 2017, but later applications may be reviewed.
Applications should include:
Statement of research and teaching interests
Four names of references with contact information
Applicants should apply electronically at (Position # 105678):
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Information about the A. James Clark School of Engineering and the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department can be found at www.eng.umd.edu.