Chair, Department of Engineering Technology and Industrial Studies:

    Middle Tennessee State University Engineering Technology and Industrial Studies Department Chair (position #105020). Doctorate in engineering, engineering technology or related field; collegiate teaching and administrative experience preferred. Tenure-track with immediate consideration for tenure possible. Minimum of three years of relevant industrial experience in the United States required. Candidate must qualify for appointment at associate or professor rank. Duties include administration of department, seeking and maintaining appropriate accreditation of programs and establishing relationships with local/regional industries. URL for more information: http://www.mtsu.edu/~isdept/. Deadline for Resume Submission: until filled. Send Resume to: Dr. Richard C. Detmer, Box 48, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN 37132. E-mail: rdetmer@mtsu.edu.

Chair, Department of Engineering:

    Old Dominion University, a Carnegie Doctoral/Research Extensive Institution, is seeking qualified applicants for the Chair of the Department of Engineering Technology. The department has programs in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Technology, which also include options in Computer Technology, Nuclear Technology and Surveying. The department is nationally recognized for its innovative distance education program. The appointment will begin on July 1, 2001. Qualifications: Applicants must hold a doctoral degree in engineering or related fields and a professional engineer registration. They must have had full-time academic experience at an ABET-accredited college, demonstrated academic innovation, including familiarity and experience with distance learning, and have a minimum of three years of industrial experience. Additionally required are excellent oral and written communication skills, a record of publications and external support sufficient to warrant appointment as a full Professor, and experience to promote collaborative relationships between industry and academia. Also desirable are prior administrative experience, experiences embracing multiple disciplines, global engineering perspectives, and an appreciation of the role of engineering technology. Interested persons should send a letter addressing these qualifications, a current vita, and names and telephone numbers of three professional references to Dr. Oktay Baysal, Associate Dean, College of Engineering and Technology, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 23529-0236. Review of applications will begin January 15, 2001 and continue until the position is filled. URL for more information: http://web.odu.edu. Old Dominion University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution and requires compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.

Chair, School of Engineering:

    The School of Engineering at the University of Connecticut has, in recent months, garnered corporate and private investments that have resulted in 11 new chaired and named professorship positions in critical areas of science and technology. Each chaired position includes a $1 million endowment, and the named professorships entail a minimum of $500,000 endowment, with the incumbent's salary paid from other permanent sources. The University of Connecticut is the State's premier land grant institution and recently was named the top public university in New England by U.S. News and World Report. Through its six departments, six affiliated centers and institutes, and many interdisciplinary degree programs, the School of Engineering offers the most comprehensive engineering education in Connecticut. Current research expenditures of $24 million each year position the School of Engineering as 26th among public universities, as ranked by the National Science Foundation based on annual research expenditure. Following are the endowed positions: Pratt & Whitney Endowed Chair in Design & Manufacturing ($1,000,000), Mechanical Engineering Department Northeast Utilities Foundation Chair in Combustion & Air Pollution ($1,000,000), Chemical Engineering Department, United Technologies Chaired Professor of Systems Engineering ($1,000,000), Electrical & Computer Engineering Department, Northeast Utilities Chair in Environmental Engineering ($1,000,000), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department United Technologies Endowed professor in Heat Transfer ($1,000,000), Mechanical Engineering Department SNET Endowed Professor of Communications & Information Technologies ($ 950,000), Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, United Technologies Endowed Professor in Computer Engineering ($ 500.000), Computer Science & Engineering Department United Technologies Endowed Professor in Computer Science ($500,000), Computer Science & Engineering Department, United Technologies Endowed Professor in Manufacturing ($ 500,00), Mechanical Engineering Department, Marianne E. Klewin Professor of Transportation, Engineering ($ 500,000), Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, United Technologies Endowed Professor in Materials Engineering ($ 500,000), Metallurgy & Materials Engineering Department. Please send applications, nominations and inquiries to: Dr. Amir Faghri, Dean School of Engineering Unit 2237, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 06269-2237. Ph.: (860) 486-2429. E-mail: faghri@engr.unconn.edu.

Chair, Computer Engineering:

    San Jose State University-Applications are invited for the Chair of Computer Engineering. Requirements are: doctorate in a relevant discipline with experience and scholarly accomplishments appropriate for appointment at the rank of professor; demonstrated ability to develop a vision for and manage an academic department and to foster cooperative working relationships among faculty; commitment to developing a department faculty with excellence in teaching, industry collaboration, and scholarship; a record of building cooperative relationships with industry; and a commitment to serving the needs of Silicon Valley and global industries. Screening of applications will begin on December 15, 2000 and will continue until the position is filled. The projected starting date is August 2001. Send application letter, resume, publications list, and the names of four references to: Computer Engineering Chair Search Committee; College of Engineering; San Jose State University; San Jose, CA 95192-0080. See the Web site: http://www.engr.sjsu.edu for additional details. San Jose State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Reasonable accommodations are available for applicants with disabilities.

Sir Thomas More Chair, Engineering Ethics:

    Loyola Marymount University, a Catholic comprehensive university in the Jesuit and Marymount traditions located in coastal Southern California, invites nominations and applications for the newly-endowed Sir Thomas More Chair in Engineering Ethics. With the creation of the Sir Thomas More Chair in the College of Science and Engineering, the University has achieved its goal of establishing endowed chairs of ethics in each of its four colleges. The Sir Thomas More Professor will provide the vision and leadership to develop a strong program in applied ethics, based on a sound foundation in theoretical ethics, for the undergraduate and graduate students in the engineering-related programs in the College of Science and Engineering. Applicants must have a strong background in engineering and in theoretical and applied ethics; an earned doctorate and a national reputation in a relevant field; a record of significant scholarship in the area of applied engineering ethics; and a commitment to both undergraduate and graduate instruction. Duties of the Thomas More Professor will include: a teaching load of two courses per semester; ongoing research and publication in the area of engineering ethics; and conception, development, and advancement of a program of learning and discourse on ethical issues pertaining to technological developments and their use, especially for undergraduate and graduate students in the engineering disciplines, but also extending to students in all disciplines. In addition to a competitive salary, the Thomas More Professor will receive generous support for scholarly and chair-related activities. The review of applications will begin February 15, 2001, and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should send: a letter of application which includes a description of the applicant's vision of the role and activities of the Thomas More Professor; a curriculum vitae; and names, addresses, and telephone numbers of five references to: Dr. Gerald S. Jakubowski, Dean, College of Science and Engineering, Loyola Marymount University, 7900 Loyola Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045-8135. Loyola Marymount University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.

Chair, Department of Mechnical Engineering:

    University of Maryland, College Park-www.enme.umd.edu- Applications and nominations are invited for the position of Professor and Chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. Candidates should have an earned doctorate in mechanical engineering or a closely related field, strong leadership ability, a proven research record, and a commitment to mechanical engineering education. The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. Women and under represented minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply. The Department of Mechanical Engineering, which is an important and dynamic component of the A. James Clark School of Engineering, consists of 44 full time faculty and about 40 research associates and lecturers. About one-half of the faculty has been hired in the last seven years, and in this period, a large number of junior faculty have received NSF CAREER awards on ONR Young Investigator Awards. Undergraduate enrollment currently numbers 420 and graduate students number 273. In recent years, the department has awarded about 16 Ph.D.'s, 40 M.S. and 110 B.S. degrees annually. There is on-going research in the areas of design and manufacturing, electronic products and systems, mechanics and materials, and thermal-fluid sciences. The rapidly evolving synergistic graduate program is supported by a number of nationally recognized research centers in Automotive Research, Energetic Concepts Development, Environmental Energy Engineering, Micro Engineering, Electronics Products and Systems, and Smart Materials and Structures. In support of the wide range of research interests, there are a number of specialized laboratories, such as the Advanced Design and Manufacturing Laboratory, Combustion Engineering Laboratory, Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Laboratory, Design Decision Support Laboratory, Dynamic Effects Laboratory, Maryland MEMS Laboratory, Laboratory for Opto-Mechanics and Multi-Layer Systems, Phase Change Heat Transfer Laboratory, Turbulence Experimental and Computational Research Laboratories, Vibration and Noise Control Laboratories, and Virtual Reality Laboratory. The department has an excellent undergraduate program, which was recently recognized by the outstanding Educator Award from The Boeing Corporation, received accreditation under ABET 2000 guidelines, and also houses the ECSEL program. The students also participate in a Design Course supported by Black and Decker Corp. and in competitions, such as the Japanese Internationals Robot Grand Prix, Future Truck 2000, International Student Design Competitions, and Human Powered Vehicles Competition. In the last year, the total department budget was in excess of $16M of which $12M was from external research support received from various government agencies and industry. Each application should include a dossier consisting of a complete curriculum vitae, vision statement and names of at least five references. For best consideration, please send this material by February 1, 2001 to the following address: Dr. Herbert Rabin, Associate Dean, Chair, Mechanical Engineering Chair Search Committee, University of Maryland, 2120 Potomac Building 092, College Park, MD 20742-3415. Telephone: 301-405-3906. Fax: 301-403-4105. E-mail: hrl@umail.umd.edu.

H. Fort Flowers Chair, Department of Mechanical Engineering:

    The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Vanderbilt University seeks applications or nominations for an endowed professorship, the H. Fort Flowers Chair of Mechanical Engineering. Candidates should be internationally known, distinguished scholars with outstanding research and teaching records. Candidates are invited from all areas of Mechanical Engineering with preference given to mechanical systems, nanotechnology, MEMS dynamics and design. Candidates should have expertise and research interests that are complementary and synergistic with existing research areas in the department. (See our Web site: The candidate is expected to initiate an active research program and provide senior leadership in the Mechanical Engineering Department. The appointment is at a senior tenured level; salary will be commensurate with experience. Nominations and applications will be considered until the position is filled. Applications and nominations should be sent to Professor Robert W. Pitz, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vanderbilt University, VU Station B 351592 Nashville, TN 37235-1592. Vanderbilt University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Victor J. Baxt Chair, Chemical Engineering:

    A Ph.D. with at least one degree in Chemical Engineering or a closely allied field required. Area of expertise and future interests should be polymer engineering. Must have a distinguished record of critical accomplishments that is commensurate with the level of application and their current position in either industry, academics or government research laboratories. Must possess the ability to develop an internationally recognized research program with both government and industrial support. Evidence of teaching abilities or mentoring is desirable. This is a tenured/tenure-track position at an open rank, with a preference for applicants at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. Candidate screening will begin on November 1, 2000 and will continue until the position is filled. Applications, including a letter of interest, a current curriculum vitae, statements of future research and teaching plans and names of at least three references should be forwarded to: Victor J. Baxt Chair, Chemical Engineering, (Log#AE081072), University of Rhode Island, P.O. Box G, Kingston, RI 02881. The University of Rhode Island is an AA/EEO employer and is strongly committed to achieving excellence through increased diversity of its faculty, staff, and students. Persons from under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.

Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering:

    Applications and nominations are invited for the position of Professor and Chairperson of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Candidates should have an earned doctor-ate in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or a closely related field, strong leadership ability, a proven research record, and a commitment to engineering education. The University of Maryland is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer. Women and under represented minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply. Applications should include, a com-plete curriculum vitae and names of at least five references, and be received by March 1, 2001 for best consideration. Applications should be sent to: Professor Gregory B. Baecher, Chairman Electrical and Computer Engineering Chair Search Committee Room 1173 Glenn L. Martin Hall University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742-3021.

Chair, Department of Engineering:

    New Mexico Highlands University seeks candidates for Department Chair of Engineering to begin July 1, 2001 to lead a non-traditional engineering program. Required: Ph.D. in electrical, mechanical or related engineering field; at least seven years academic experience; two years industrial experience; and a strong research record. Desirable: experience with undergraduates in a sensitive-admissions environment, ABET accreditation and engineering administration; complimentary research interests. Responsibilities: provide strong leadership and teach electrical or mechanical engineering core courses. Expected Salary Range: $65,000 to $75,000. Review of applications will begin March 1, 2001 and will remain open until filled. Candidates should present a letter of interest; a curriculum vita; a philosophical statement; and names, addresses and telephone numbers of five references to: Chair of Engineering Search and Screen Committee, Office of Academic Affairs, New Mexico Highlands University, Box 9000, Las Vegas, NM 87701. For a complete job description see: www.nmhu.edu/jobs. International applicants must be in legal status to work in the United States. NMHU is an AA/EEO employer.

Dean, College of Engineering:

    Clarkson University seeks a new Dean to lead its flagship School of Engineering. Its mission is to provide talented and ambitious students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve positions of leadership within their chosen professions. The new Dean must be the intellectual leader of the School and a catalyst for its growth in research excellence and national visibility. With Clarkson's tradition of intellectual rigor, its size, the low walls between its disciplines, a strong respect for both intellect and hands-on activity, and its technology infrastructure, the new Dean has the ingredients for significant innovation and program development. Founded in 1896, Clarkson is a powerful, small, technology-focused, national university with an emphasis on undergraduate, professional programs in engineering, science, and business. A faculty of about 160 and staff of over 390 full-and part-time members serve its approximately 2,580 undergraduates and 335 graduate students. The FY 2001 budget totals almost $80 million and the endowment has grown to over $ 120 million. The University offers 28 undergraduate majors, 18 masters level program, and 8 doctoral programs; and conferred 764 degrees in the past year. Clarkson hosts the multi disciplinary Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP), a New York State Center for Advanced Technology. The School of Engineering includes departments of chemical, civil and environmental, electrical and computer, and mechanical and aeronautical engineering. All departments offer Ph.D. programs in their respective fields, in addition to the multi disciplinary Ph.D. degree in engineering science. Taken together, the departments of the School form Clarkson's largest administrative unit. Its programs of study range from primarily departmental offerings to independent study and cross-disciplinary majors linking together engineering, science, business, and liberal arts. School of Engineering enrollment in the fall of 2000 totaled 1331 undergraduates and 145 graduate students. Inquiries, referrals, and resumes should be sent with a cover letter and in confidence to: Robin Johnston, Internal Box 2152, Isaacson, Miller, 334 Boylston Street, Suite 500, Boston, MA 02116. Tel: 617-262-6500 x 144; Fax: 617-262-6509. rjohnston@imsearch.com. Clarkson University is an AA/EOE. Candidates from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Dean, Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering:

    West Virginia University Institute of Technology, Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering- Qualifications include credentials for a tenured professorship in one of the college's departments. Detailed description is available on web (www.wvutech.edu ). The screening process will begin no later than January 31, 2001 and will continue until the position is filled. A letter of application and curriculum vitae with the names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least five references should be sent to: Human Resources, WVUIT, Old Main Box 18, Montgomery, WV 25136. An EEO/AA Employer.

Dean, LCN College of Engineering:

    West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech-www.wvutech.edu) invites applications and nominations for the position of the Dean of the Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering. The Dean is the academic leader and executive officer of the college. The Dean will be a person of vision and leadership who can develop strong working relationships with faculty, administrators, and industrial leaders to facilitate the growth and development of the college. The Dean is also expected to assist with the collaborative agreements between the Montgomery campus and the Morgantown campus of West Virginia University (WVU), College of West Virginia, Marshall University, etc. INSTITUTION: The College of Engineering includes five departments (Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering; and Computer Science), approximately 540 undergraduate and 16 graduate students, and 20 faculty. The four engineering programs are ABET accredited. The primary emphasis of the college is undergraduate education; however, a master's level program in Control Systems Engineering is offered. The College was ranked in the top 50 of baccalaureate engineering programs, for the second year in a row - 32nd in 1999 and 40th in 2000, in a survey of the America's Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report magazine. QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrated administrative ability and experience; excellent interpersonal and communication skills; credentials for a tenured professorship in one of the College's departments; a strong commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and service; a close relationship with WVU College of Engineering; ability to obtain government and industry grants and sponsored research programs; be a strong advocate and a dynamic leader of the College to ensure its continued growth; experience and interest in college and institutional fund raising activities. LOCATION: WVU Tech became a regional campus of WVU in 1996 and is located in Montgomery, a city of 2500, approximately 28 miles southeast of Charleston, the state capital. Housing costs in the area are reasonable and the crime rate is low. Numerous cultural and recreational events are held in the area each year, and the opportunities for outdoor activities in the area are numerous (camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, white water rafting, canoeing, and skiing). EFFECTIVE: The preferred starting date for the position is July 1, 2001. A letter of application and curriculum vitae with the names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least five references should be sent to: Human Resources Office , West Virginia University Institute of Technology, Old Main, Box 18, Montgomery, WV 25136. The screening process will begin on January 31, 2001, and will continue until the position is filled. To assure consideration, applications should be postmarked by January 31, 2001. INQUIRIES: Dr. Govind Puttaiah, Chair, Dean's Search Committee, (304)442-3374, gputtaiah@wvutech.edu. WVU Tech is an AA/EEO employer. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Please contact the Human Resource Office at (304) 442-3179, if you need assistance.

Dean, College of Engineering and Applied Science:

    The University of Colorado at Boulder is seeking a dynamic and innovative leader for the position of Dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science. CU-Boulder is located in one of the nation's fastest-growing high tech areas and provides an exceptional undergraduate and graduate educational experience to approximately 26,000 students. The College has 160 full-time faculty, organized into 6 departments and multiple research centers. The Dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the College and reports directly to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Responsibilities include: leadership in establishing strategic direction; aligning, motivating and inspiring faculty and staff to provide academic excellence in teaching, research and service; managing and executing fiscal planning; directing the College's development initiatives; expanding and nurturing relationships with students, private business, and other stakeholders; and fostering diversity. Candidates must have the research and teaching qualifications, experience, and international stature appropriate for a tenured full professor. Demonstrated academic leadership abilities are essential, as is commitment to an environment of effective communications, shared decision-making and governance, and diversity. Applicants should send a letter describing their qualifications for this position, curriculum vitae, and the names, addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses of three references. Nominations and applications for this position should be sent to: William H. Kaempfer, Chair, College of Engineering Dean Search Committee, 40 UCB, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309. A Colorado statute provides that a candidate's file may remain confidential only if a request for confidentiality accompanies the application. Review of applications and nominations will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. It is suggested that applications be on file with the committee by February 1, 2001. Additional information about the College is available at http://www.colorado.edu/engineering/. CU is committed to diversity and equality in education and employment.

Dean, School of Engineering and Engineering Technology:

    To lead the University's flagship program with 400 students and 16 faculty. Ph.D. in Engineering. Teaching and administrative experience needed. Knowledge of ABET 2000. Eligible to become registered PE in TX. A maturing & enthusiastic Christian faith & commitment to the mission of a residential, evangelical Christian university essential. See www.letu.edu/news/jobs for more information. E-mail: GlennSumrall@letu.edu or send letter and CV to Dr. Glenn Sumrall, Provost, LeTourneau University, Box 7001, Longview, Texas 75607-7001. FAX (903)233-3259.

Director, Engineering Studies:

    The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Armstrong Atlantic State University (AASU) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position as Director of Engineering Studies available July 1, 2001 at the assistant/associate/full professor level. Duties include teaching general freshman and sophomore engineering classes, student advisement, recruitment and campus administration of the varied engineering transfer programs. The Director will be expected to work closely with Georgia Tech faculty and administration to move the GTREP and RETP programs forward. The Regent's Engineering Transfer Program (RETP) allows qualified students to complete two years of study at AASU before transferring to Georgia Tech to complete any of nine B.S. engineering degrees. A new program, the Georgia Tech Regional Engineering Program (GTREP) allows qualified students to complete a B.S. degree from Georgia Tech in either Civil or Computer Engineering while remaining in Savannah. Preference will be given to candidates with a background in undergraduate engineering education and a previous record of program administration. Ideal candidates should possess enthusiasm for teaching and advising undergraduate engineering students. Candidates with experience in distance learning and development/use of educational technologies are encouraged to apply. Contributions to service and scholarship will be expected in addition to teaching. Applicants must be proficient in spoken and written English. Requirements include a B.S. degree in engineering with a Ph. D. in Engineering or a closely related field. Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. Armstrong Atlantic State University is a member of the University System of Georgia located on the Georgia coast in historic Savannah (www.armstrong.edu). To apply, send a letter of application, curriculum vita, official transcripts and contact information for three professional references to: Director of Engineering Studies Search, Department of Chemistry and Physics, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, GA 31419-1997. Review of applications will begin on Feb. 1, 2001 and continue until the position is filled. Armstrong Atlantic State University is an AA/EOE institution. Georgia is an Open Records Law state.

Boeing Endowed Professor of Global Learning:

    Wichita State University invites applications and nominations for an innovative leader and educator to serve as the Boeing Professor of Global Learning. The Boeing Professor will report to the Dean of the College of Engineering, and will be responsible for leading the University to prominence in the era of global learning. By working closely with faculty, staff, students, and the community to develop, implement, and assess pedagogical and curricular distance learning activities through the use of advanced technology, the Boeing Professor will assist the University in meeting the educational needs of students in their places of employment, schools, and homes anywhere in the world. Wichita State University is located in the state's largest metropolitan area, enrolls 14,800 students in 61 undergraduate programs, 46 master's programs, and 10 doctoral programs and is classified as a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University - Intensive. WSU's greatest concentration of research resides in the College of Engineering and the National Institute for Aviation Research. Many aircraft, materials, and information/communication industries are located in Wichita and Kansas, with branches around the world, presenting many distance learning opportunities in engineering, business, education, and health care. Qualifications: Candidates for this position must have a terminal degree in an appropriate field; demonstrated visionary leadership and business acumen; senior level experience in applying advanced technology to teaching/learning methodology; success in working to facilitate team process outcomes; proven success in securing external funding; successful experience with diverse populations; excellent oral and written communication skills; and a commitment to diversity. Applications including the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references must be received no later than March 2, 2001. Direct applications, nominations and requests for information to Dr. Gerald Loper, Associate Vice President for Research, Wichita State University, 1845 Fairmount, Wichita, KS 67260-0007; Ph: 316-978-3285; Fax: 316-978-3750; loper@twsuvm.uc.twsu.edu; Web site: http://www.wichita.edu/online. AA/EOE.

Department Head of Engineering Science & Mechanics:

    The College of Engineering invites nominations and applications for the position of Head of the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics. The College seeks an individual who will provide imaginative and energetic leadership with a strong commitment to established standards of excellence in interdisciplinary research and education. The successful candidate must possess a distinguished record of research, teaching, and scholarship, as well as excellent administrative and interpersonal skills. An earned doctorate in Engineering or a related field is required. The Department is centered in the new 70,000 sq. ft. Earth and Engineering Sciences Building, with over 30 laboratories in the new and surrounding buildings. The Department offers programs leading to B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees, as well as a minor in Engineering Mechanics. There are 30 faculty members in the Department, with 4 endowed chairs and professorships. The interdisciplinary nature of the faculty is reflected in the major thrust areas of the Department: theoretical and applied mechanics, acoustics, ultrasonics, NDE, corrosion, powder materials, composites, thin films, MEMS, semiconductors, and nanofabrication. The departmental faculty are leading innovators in interdisciplinary curriculum and research activities, both within Penn State and through partnerships with other universities, government laboratories, and industry. Research expenditures were over $8 million last year. The Department supports 100+ graduate students. The undergraduate curriculum is the Honors Program within the College of Engineering, graduating approximately 30 students per year. The Department teaches the core courses for mechanics and materials within the College. For additional information, please visit the Department's web site at http://www.esm.psu.edu/. Nominations and applications received by February 15, 2001 are guaranteed to be reviewed. However, applications will be accepted until the position is filled. A start date in advance of the 2001-02 academic year is desired. Nominations and applications will be reviewed with the strictest of confidence and should be directed to: Dr. Russell Messier, Chair, Department Head Search Committee, Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, Pos #: A-9479, 212 Earth and Engineering Science Building., The Pennsylvania State University, University Park PA 16802, Ph: 814-865-6161, Email: mes17@psu.edu. Penn State is committed to Affirmative Action, equal opportunity and the diversity of its workforce

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