DEPARTMENT HEAD DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC POLICY
Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania
|Date Posted||November 4, 2013|
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DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING AND PUBLIC POLICY
Engineering and Public Policy (EPP) at Carnegie Mellon University is a unique interdisciplinary department in the College of Engineering. Its faculty members include engineers and social scientists, most holding joint appointments in a traditional engineering department or other university unit. EPP offers a research-oriented Ph.D. program, as well as double-major undergraduate B.S. programs with each of the five traditional engineering departments and Computer Science. It also offers an M.S. degree in Engineering & Technology Innovation and Management. Current research activities include issues in energy and environmental systems and policy; information and communication technology policy; risk analysis and communication; and technical innovation and R&D policy. A hallmark of the department is its focus on policy problems in which the technical details matter and cannot be treated simply as a "black box." For more about EPP, see: http://www.epp.cmu.edu/.
The EPP Department is currently inviting applications for the position of Department Head. This position plays a key intellectual leadership role while also being responsible for the department's administrative functions. Candidates for the position should have proven records of scholarship and leadership, including demonstrated ability to work effectively with faculty and students across a variety of disciplines. As a tenured full professor in the College of Engineering, the successful candidate must hold an earned doctorate degree in an engineering or science field, be a skillful teacher, and be widely recognized for outstanding contributions. The EPP department head position will be available beginning with the 2014 academic year.
Nominations may be submitted electronically and in confidence to email@example.com.
Applications should include a résumé, the names of three professional references, and a statement including the candidate's outlook and aspirations for their own future work. Please submit all materials electronically and in confidence to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications and nominations will be accepted until the position is filled.
Carnegie Mellon University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.