University of Central Arkansas-Faculty Tenure-Track

The University of Central Arkansas has an open tenure-track position for an assistant/associate professor of engineering in a new engineering physics program. The program has a focus on robotics and automation and the department is seeking faculty to teach courses in these areas. The successful candidate will take an active role in building this engineering program in conjunction with a new computer engineering program. Course offerings in the existing pre-engineering track will allow students to graduate from the new program as early as spring 2020. ABET accreditation will be sought. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an engineering field related to the focus of the new program. Review of applications will begin October 16, 2017.
Engineering physics is housed in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. The department offers a thriving undergraduate program with more than 80 majors, averaging 10 graduates in each of the last five years. Undergraduate research is an important component of our degree programs. The department includes 13 full-time faculty with expertise in the areas of biophysics, acoustics, astronomy, general relativity, physics education research, and nuclear physics. For more information about the department, visit uca.edu/physics.
The University of Central Arkansas is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution dedicated to attracting and supporting a diverse student, faculty, and staff population through enhanced multicultural learning environments and opportunities. In keeping with its nondiscrimination policy in employment, admissions, and other functions and programs, the university considers employees and students on the basis of individual merit and will not discriminate against a person on the basis of gender, race or color, ethnicity, religion, spiritual beliefs, national origin, age, familial status, socioeconomic background, sexual orientation, disability, political beliefs, intellectual perspective, genetic information, military status, or other factors irrelevant to participation in its programs.

University of Central Arkansas-Faculty Tenure-Track

The University of Central Arkansas has an open tenure-track position for an assistant/associate professor of engineering in a new engineering physics program. The program has a focus on robotics and automation and the department is seeking faculty to teach courses in these areas. The successful candidate will take an active role in building this engineering program in conjunction with a new computer engineering program. Course offerings in the existing pre-engineering track will allow students to graduate from the new program as early as spring 2020. ABET accreditation will be sought. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in an engineering field related to the focus of the new program. Review of applications will begin October 16, 2017.
Engineering physics is housed in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. The department offers a thriving undergraduate program with more than 80 majors, averaging 10 graduates in each of the last five years. Undergraduate research is an important component of our degree programs. The department includes 13 full-time faculty with expertise in the areas of biophysics, acoustics, astronomy, general relativity, physics education research, and nuclear physics. For more information about the department, visit uca.edu/physics.
The University of Central Arkansas is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution dedicated to attracting and supporting a diverse student, faculty, and staff population through enhanced multicultural learning environments and opportunities. In keeping with its nondiscrimination policy in employment, admissions, and other functions and programs, the university considers employees and students on the basis of individual merit and will not discriminate against a person on the basis of gender, race or color, ethnicity, religion, spiritual beliefs, national origin, age, familial status, socioeconomic background, sexual orientation, disability, political beliefs, intellectual perspective, genetic information, military status, or other factors irrelevant to participation in its programs.