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We are seeking 15 exceptional scholars to expand our tenure-track faculty in four thematic areas: Health and the Human Condition, Sustainable Urban Communities, Global Environmental Impact, and Data-Driven Discovery. These are the research thrusts of UTA's 2020 Strategic Plan.

Faculty Openings
Health and the Human Condition
Sustainable Urban Communities
Global Environmental Impact
Data-Driven Discovery

These thematic areas also align well with the College of Engineering’s Strategic Plan, which places a priority on Energy, Security, Healthcare and the Environment. The key objective is recruiting faculty members with outstanding qualifications who share the University’s core values of high standards of excellence in teaching, innovative and collaborative research, and service. Major emphasis will be on potential collaboration for research with faculty members from other departments across UTA and outside the University.

The University of Texas at Arlington is a doctoral, research-extensive university with a current enrollment of more than 37,000 students in campus-based programs and is part of The University of Texas System. The University is located in Arlington, Texas, which is centered in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, the fourth-largest urban area in the nation. The College of Engineering (COE) is home to seven departments: Bioengineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Science and Engineering; Electrical Engineering; Industrial Manufacturing and Systems Engineering; Materials Science and Engineering; and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. With more than 7,000 students, approximately 550 of whom are doctoral students, the COE is the fourth-largest in Texas and offers the most comprehensive engineering degree programs in North Texas. It offers 10 baccalaureate, 14 masters, and 9 doctoral degree programs and has ties to numerous high technology companies in the region. The College of Engineering is enjoying extraordinary growth in graduate and undergraduate student enrollment as well as growth in student graduation rates. This growth has been concomitant with growth in research expenditure, collaboration, innovation and entrepreneurship by faculty and students.

Engineering for Human Good