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"Robert S. Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
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Robert S. Parker
Thu, 6 Nov 2014 14:29:50 -0500
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Tenure-track Positions at the University of Pittsburgh

The Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering of the Swanson School
of Engineering is seeking one or more outstanding individuals for
tenure-track positions at the Assistant Professor level. Candidates must
have a Ph.D., or equivalent degree, in Chemical Engineering or a closely
related field. It is expected that the successful candidate will
continuously contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic
institution through education and research. Faculty are expected to teach a
variety of undergraduate and graduate engineering courses relevant to their
expertise, develop a strong, externally-funded and
internationally-recognized research program, and be involved in service to
the University and the profession.

The Department is seeking expertise that will immediately contribute to
building interdisciplinary research programs that can integrate with
existing strengths in healthcare, sustainability, and energy technology.
Outstanding candidates in all research areas will be considered; individuals
with expertise in systems engineering are particularly encouraged to apply.
 Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, a detailed resume,
statements describing teaching and research interests and plans, copies of
three representative publications, and the names and contact information for
at least three references, all in a single PDF file, to [log in to unmask]
Applications will be considered until all positions are filled.

Visit us online at to find out more
about the department. The Swanson School of Engineering is in the final
stages of a $120 million renovation of Benedum Hall; successful candidates
will be able to benefit from these laboratory and classroom improvements.
The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity