The Civil Engineering Dept. at MSU is hiring a tenure track faculty of Environmental Engineering. Duties will include teaching courses consistent with the applicant’s background, developing a nationally recognized research program with extramural funding, and participating in professional/service activities. Candidates considered at the Associate Professor level will be expected to assume an immediate leadership role and foster growth in the Environmental Engineering graduate and undergraduate programs.
Research opportunities within the Environmental Engineering program are enhanced through collaboration with research centers and institutes including the Center for Biofilm Engineering (CBE), an NSF-funded Engineering Research Center; the Energy Research Institute (ERI) focused on developing energy-related research at MSU; and the Montana Engineering Education Research Center (MEERC).
The Environmental Engineering program has recently received a National Science Foundation Revolutionizing Engineering Departments (NSF RED) grant to develop an integrated, project based, collaboratively taught curriculum that will prepare students to meet the grand challenges of the future. Candidates will be expected to actively participate in this transformational opportunity.
Since increasing the diversity of the engineering profession is a strategic priority for the MSU College of Engineering, women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.
See the position announcement, qualifications and how to apply at the following link: https://jobs.montana.edu/postings/25581