University of Kansas — Professor / Faculty, School of Engineering

The School of Engineering at the University of Kansas is comprised of six academic departments and additional interdisciplinary programs, offering 12 ABET accredited undergraduate degree programs and advanced degrees in 17 fields of study. The school currently employs 122 tenured and tenure-track faculty, including National Academy members. The School of Engineering is in the midst of one of its largest growth periods in its history. Enrollment last year included 2,436 undergraduates, 482 Masters, and 228 Doctoral students. Since 2012, new research and teaching facilities added more than 180,000 square feet to the engineering complex. The School of Engineering now seeks nine new faculty members in the areas of:

Chemical & Petroleum Engineering (2) – Catalysis and Reaction Engineering, Novel Liquid Solvents, Advanced Catalytic Materials (all ranks); Petroleum Engineering, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Separations, PVT, Core Flooding (all ranks).

Electrical Engineering & Computer Science (3) – Wireless Communications, Devices and Applications (Assistant Professor); Cybersecurity (Assistant Professor); the ability to possess and maintain a security clearance issued by the U.S. Government is preferred for these two positions; Static Analysis (Assistant Professor)

Mechanical Engineering (1) – Additive Manufacturing (all ranks)

BioEngineering (1) – nanomaterial, bio-materials, 3D nanofabrication, micro- and nanofluidics, and/or surface coatings (all ranks).

Open Program (1) – Associate Dean for Diversity & Inclusion (Full Professor rank)

Project/Engineering Management (1) – Edwards Campus (Professor of the Practice)

Exceptional candidates at higher ranks may, in some cases, be considered. A Ph.D. degree is expected by start date of appointment. Candidates for Associate and Full Professor positions must also have an outstanding record of teaching, research, and service for the respective level.

The complete position announcement and applications are found at For more information contact Beth Wehner,