Lipscomb University-Dean

Lipscomb University in Nashville invites nominations and applications for dean of the Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering beginning fall 2018. A doctorate in an engineering discipline, as well as academic experience is required; industrial and administrative experience is preferred. The candidate should be an active member of the churches of Christ.
The college of engineering has 200 undergraduates in three ABET-accredited degrees—civil, mechanical, and electrical and computer engineering. The college has 11 full-time faculty and six staff and is home to the Peugeot Center for Engineering Service in Developing Communities. Housed in the new Fields Engineering Center, the college has collaborative learning spaces, teaching laboratories, faculty offices, conference rooms, an Innovation Lab, and a machine shop. Engineering is one of ten colleges at Lipscomb University, a private Christian R3 research university located in the Green Hills area of Nashville. Established in 1891, Lipscomb is a thriving academic community offering 175 fields of undergraduate study, as well as master’s and doctorate programs to 4,600 full-time and part-time students.
More information can be found at https://lipscomb.peopleadmin.com/postings/2037.
For other information:
Greg Nordstrom, Ph.D.
Chair of Search Committee
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
One University Park Drive
Nashville, TN 37204
greg.nordstrom@lipscomb.edu

Lipscomb University-Dean

Lipscomb University in Nashville invites nominations and applications for dean of the Raymond B. Jones College of Engineering beginning fall 2018. A doctorate in an engineering discipline, as well as academic experience is required; industrial and administrative experience is preferred. The candidate should be an active member of the churches of Christ.
The college of engineering has 200 undergraduates in three ABET-accredited degrees—civil, mechanical, and electrical and computer engineering. The college has 11 full-time faculty and six staff and is home to the Peugeot Center for Engineering Service in Developing Communities. Housed in the new Fields Engineering Center, the college has collaborative learning spaces, teaching laboratories, faculty offices, conference rooms, an Innovation Lab, and a machine shop. Engineering is one of ten colleges at Lipscomb University, a private Christian R3 research university located in the Green Hills area of Nashville. Established in 1891, Lipscomb is a thriving academic community offering 175 fields of undergraduate study, as well as master’s and doctorate programs to 4,600 full-time and part-time students.
More information can be found at https://lipscomb.peopleadmin.com/postings/2037.
For other information:
Greg Nordstrom, Ph.D.
Chair of Search Committee
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
One University Park Drive
Nashville, TN 37204
greg.nordstrom@lipscomb.edu