Texas State University is planning a new civil engineering program with classes intended to start in fall 2019. The innovative curriculum focuses on the breadth of concepts associated with urban-based, technology-enhanced infrastructure. Currently, the program seeks to fill a tenure-line assistant or associate professor position in environmental engineering to begin fall 2019.
The successful candidate will be expected to establish a program of funded research, exhibit a strong commitment to student-centered teaching and mentoring at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and perform university and professional service. Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. The review of applications will begin November 19, 2018.
Emailed and mailed applications are not accepted. Applications must be submitted through the Texas State University Human Resources webpage.
An earned doctorate in civil or environmental engineering, or a closely related discipline.
For an applicant to be considered for the rank of associate professor they must have a demonstrated record of discipline specific research; publications in internationally recognized journals and conferences; experience writing and securing grants and contracts; and evidence of teaching excellence.
Professional Licensure/Registration (PE) or the ability to obtain a PE license within 3 years of initial hire.
To be considered for the rank of associate professor, as well as for tenure, candidates must meet the relevant requirements of the Ingram School of Engineering, the College of Science and Engineering, the University, and the Texas State System Board of Regents.
Experience configuring an environmental engineering laboratory for academic and research activities.
Ability to work across multiple specialties within engineering, particularly in areas related to Smart City technologies and applications.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Industrial, commercialization, or post-doctoral experience.
Internal Number: 20190049FAC
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Texas State's San Marcos campus is located in a growing community of 60,000 people in the Austin Metropolitan Area. Located in the Texas Hill Country, where blackland prairies roll into beautiful hills, Texas State enjoys a setting that is unique among Texas universities.
Texas State's 38,694 students choose from 97 bachelor’s, 92 master’s and 14 doctoral degree programs offered by the following colleges: Applied Arts, McCoy College of Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts and Communication, Health Professions, Liberal Arts, Science and Engineering, University College and The Graduate College. As an Emerging Research University, Texas State offers opportunities for discovery and innovation to faculty and students.
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