Instructor of Water Resources

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville is searching for a lecturer in Civil Engineering/Water Resources to start in August 2024. UW-Platteville is a teaching-focused PUI with a large engineering program, so these are great opportunities for candidates interested primarily in teaching. Please share with potential candidates. Details of the position are available here:…

Faculty Positions in Civil Engineering (Structural or Geotechnical Emphasis) AND Construction Management

Please see the below two opportunities at CBU (Memphis, TN) for Open-Rank faculty positions Civil Engineering (Structural or Geotechnical emphasis) and Construction Management.  We are looking for educators who can not only teach courses but also mentor students with the concrete canoe and steel bridge projects. 

 Christian Brothers University Job Posting: Open Rank Faculty in Civil & Environmental Engineering (Structural or Geotechnical Concentration) (

 Christian Brothers University Job Posting: Faculty Member in Construction Management (Open-Rank) (


Research Specialist at Michigan State University

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University is looking for a research specialist (analogous to research professor) to play a leading role in a variety of projects related to traffic safety, operations, highway design, equity/access, and the application of statistical and econometric methods to transportation data. Please share with potential candidates. A link to the job posting is provided here:

Details – Specialist – Research-Fixed Term (

NextProf Pathfinder: Applications Open

Applications for NextProf Pathfinder 2024 are now being accepted, through July 7, 2024. Please help us get the word out by sending the announcement below and the flyer to your Big10+ and other email lists, as well as to your Georgia Tech faculty and students. 

 As a reminder, the NextProf Pathfinder workshop, sponsored by Georgia Tech, the University of Michigan, and UC San Diego, is part of a nationwide effort to strengthen and diversify the next generation of academic leaders in engineering. Pathfinder is intended for rising first- and second-year Ph.D. students or those in a master’s program intending to apply for a Ph.D. program. This year, the workshop will be held at Georgia Tech October 6 – 8. We will be soliciting Georgia Tech faculty as speakers, panelists, and mentors at the workshop and as evaluators of the application materials.

The application portal is open.