Tenure-Track Faculty Positions in Mechanical Engineering
The University of Toledo
March 2, 2018
The Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (MIME) at The University of Toledo (UT) is seeking an outstanding scholar and educator to fill one fulltime, tenure-track faculty position at the assistant or associate level beginning fall 2018. Preferred areas of interest are fatigue and fracture mechanics of engineered new materials including metals, polymeric and ceramic composites, biomaterials, and additive manufactured components. Successful candidates will develop and sustain an externally funded research program, teach and develop undergraduate and graduate courses and laboratories, supervise graduate student research, engage in scholarly and professional service activities, and promote diversity.
The department currently has 18 tenure?track or tenured faculty members and more than 900 undergraduate and 90 graduate students pursuing BS, MS and PhD degrees. The department’s major research facilities include fatigue and fracture, tribology, rotor dynamics, and materials characterization and processing laboratories, and access to the College of Engineering’s two research centers, the Engineering Center for Orthopaedic Research Excellence and the Center for Materials and Sensor Characterization. Additionally, the College of Engineering has a long history of collaboration with regional automotive, energy, and glass industries, as well as the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. More information about the department can be found at: www.utoledo.edu/engineering/mechanical-industrial-manufacturing-engineering/
UT is a comprehensive public metropolitan research university established in 1872. In addition to the College of Engineering, other professional colleges include Business Innovation, Law, Medicine, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and Pharmacy, providing abundant opportunities for collaborative education and research within the University.
Applicants must have earned a PhD in mechanical engineering or a closely related field. Prior post-doctoral or industrial experience is highly desirable. All applicants are required to apply online at https://jobs.utoledo.edu and submit a detailed curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, and names and contact information of at least four professional references, prepared in PDF format. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Internal Number: 998995
About The University of Toledo
Situated in the heart of the Midwest, Toledo, Ohio is a convergence of highways, railways and waterways that have long made Toledo a transportation hub. Located at the intersection of I-75 and I-80/90, the two busiest highways in the country, Toledo is where things get built. Smart things like solar panels and biotech. Iconic things like Jeep® brand SUVs and Libbey glass; home to several corporate entities – Owens Corning, Owens Illinois, Dana Corporation, Jeep and First Solar. Strengths in bioscience, agribusiness, transportation and logistics, result in a thriving arts and cultural scene with diverse career opportunities and growth for our region.
The University of Toledo, situated on more than 450 acres of land is bordered by thriving quiet residential neighborhoods. It is a dynamic state-supported urban university with first-class science departments and strong professional programs in engineering, law, medicine, and pharmacy. Total enrollment is over 20,000 students. More information about the University is available on the web at http://www.utoledo.edu.
The University of Toledo was founded in 1872 as the Toledo University of Arts and Trades, and became a municipa...l university in 1884. The University of Toledo is a nationally recognized, state-supported, comprehensive metropolitan university. It is an institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission that offers 143 undergraduate, 170 masters, 55 doctoral and first professional degree programs, and 11 specialist degree programs. The institution, first and foremost, is a dynamic, scholarly community of teachers, researchers and learners, with undergraduate and graduate education and research being the University’s highest priorities. The University is located in northwest Ohio in the city of Toledo and has a main campus that houses the majority of its undergraduate students and academic colleges, a health science campus that houses the Colleges of Medicine and Life Sciences, Nursing, and Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; a campus at the Toledo Museum of Art for the College of Communication and the Arts; and others campuses that include the Lake Erie Center where water and fish environment research is conducted, the Arboretum, and the Scott Park campus where Toledo Early College for High School students take college classes.