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Department Head, Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering

The University of Arizona

Posted: Feb 27, 2017

The Department of Aerospace And Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arizona, seek an engaging and articulate leader needed to guide successful department at highly ranked research university as it secures additional faculty appointments and expands and enhances its undergraduate and graduate programs, research impact and visibility, and industrial partnerships.
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Department Head, Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering
The University of Arizona
Posted: Feb 27, 2017

We seek an engaging and articulate leader to guide this successful department as it secures additional faculty appointments and expands and enhances its undergraduate and graduate programs, research impact and visibility, and industrial partnerships.

The successful candidate will have a proven record of transparent, collaborative and effective strategic planning, communication and resource management. A distinguished record of achievement in scholarship, research and/or professional practice commensurate with an appointment at the rank of professor with tenure is required.

The department is dedicated to innovative interdisciplinary research and teaching in both aerospace and mechanical engineering. The department’s research specialties include active flow control, aerospace guidance navigation and control, astrodynamics, biomechanics, computational and experimental fluid and solid mechanics, mechatronics, multibody dynamics, nanotechnology and renewable energy.

Research at the University of Arizona is strongly multidisciplinary and the department works extensively with, among others, the UA Department of Planetary Sciences, Arizona Health Sciences Center, BIO5 Institute for Collaborative Bioresearch, College of Optical Sciences and the Program in Applied Mathematics, all of which enjoy international recognition as centers for world-class academic programs and research.

The University of Arizona is located in Tucson, which has a vibrant, multicultural community – in 2016 UNESCO named it a World City of Gastronomy – and is home to a thriving industrial sector that includes Raytheon, Rincon Research, Paragon Space Development and Vector Space Systems.

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