New York University, one of the largest and most highly regarded private universities, is seeking to add several tenured/tenure-track faculty members to its Department of Civil and Urban Engineering in the Tandon School of Engineering. The department collaborates closely with other schools and centers of the university engaged with public health, urban informatics and planning, etc.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, a current CV along with research and teaching statements, copies of three representative publications, and the names of at least three professional references. Recent teaching evaluations should be provided if applicable. Review of applications will begin on January 15, 2017, and will continue until the position is filled.
Senior candidates wishing to explore the opportunity are encouraged to contact the department Chair, Prof. Magued Iskander
IDC Foundation Chair in Design & Construction NYU Tandon School of Engineering invites nominations and applications for an Industry Professor to hold the IDC Design and Construction Chair in the Department of Civil & Urban Engineering. The position is made possible by an endowment provided by the IDC Foundation, which was established by the Institute of Design and Construction in Brooklyn, New York. The position is not tenured/tenure track and will involve teaching, research administration, and service. The IDC Chair is expected to lead NYU’s efforts to establish the IDC Foundation Initiative for Construction Innovation (ICI). ICI is envisioned as an industry-supported center that conducts impactful, world-class research, educational, and outreach activities, guided by the active involvement of leaders from the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) community. Apply at: apply.interfolio.com/49075 Position flyer
Graduate Student Research Positions
The Department of Civil and Urban Engineering offers a limited number of research positions to exceptionally qualified students. These positions include:
School of Engineering Fellowships which include a stipend and a tuition remission. SOE fellowships are typically awarded to full-time PhD students. Applicants and current students are recommended to SOE fellowships by research active faculty. Students should contact a faculty sponsor in their chosen research area.
Graduate Student Employment and Training (GSET) Program. These hourly positions are limited to full-time masters students in good academic standing. Students perform research, administrative, and clerical tasks. Positions are typically 15 hours/week for 10-14 weeks for each of the Fall and Spring semesters. Positions are advertised on CareerNet.
Research Assistantships. These positions are sponsored by externally-funded research grants. Research Assistants are expected to devote up to 20 hours per week (academic year) and up to 35 hours (summer) to duties related to the sponsoring grant. Interested students should contact research active faculty to investigate availability of positions. The following labs and centers are seeking research assistants