Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Washington State University seeks to fill 3 tenure-track faculty positions

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Washington State University announces the opening of multiple tenure-track faculty positions to continue to expand its research and teaching expertise in core and interdisciplinary areas that address global grand challenges. Applications are sought from the following areas for appointment beginning August 17, 2015. Screening of applicants will begin January 1, 2015 and continue until the positions are filled.

♦ Environmental Engineering: ( Research areas of interest include: chemistry of pollutants in managed aquatic ecosystems, mercury and arsenic cycling in aquatic ecosystems, fate and treatment of emerging contaminants, chemical cycling in natural treatment systems, and sediment/soil remediation.

♦ Infrastructure Materials and Engineering: ( Research areas of interest include: novel structural and materials engineering research to improve resiliency of the built environment, multifunctional and hybrid materials, multi-scale materials modeling, structural health monitoring.

♦ Water Resources and Hydrologic Engineering: ( The preferred area is in watershed hydrology, with possible specialization in distributed modeling of water, carbon, nutrients and/or sediments at the watershed scale; vadose zone hydrology; remote sensing of watershed processes; and/or watershed management.

Founded in 1890, Washington State University is a comprehensive land-grant university with teaching, research, and extension missions, and one of two research universities in Washington State. WSU is organized into ten academic colleges, the Honors College, and the Graduate School. It has an enrollment of more than 26,000 undergraduate and graduate students on four campuses (Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver) with approximately 20,000 students located on the main campus in Pullman, WA. WSU ranks among the top 60 public research universities and is a Carnegie I, Doctoral/Research Extensive University. WSU strongly values diversity among its faculty, staff, and students and seeks to ensure a welcoming community for all. Further information about WSU can be found at:

Civil and Environmental Engineering is one of five rapidly growing departments within the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture. The Department currently has 35 faculty members, including two Regents Professors, six endowed and distinguished professorships, five Young Investigator and Early Career awardees, and many fellows of professional organizations. The department continues to grow with an active research program of nearly $8 million in extramural funding and current enrollments of about 125 full-time graduate students, and 600 undergraduate students. Further information about CEE can be found at:

Pullman offers a friendly, small-town atmosphere with a high quality of life and connected community. Located 80 miles south of metropolitan Spokane, Pullman is also a quick drive away from the scenic Idaho panhandle and Moscow Mountain. The rolling hills of the Palouse offer a wide range of outdoor activities and a true four-season climate. The area provides ample opportunity to enjoy the cultural and academic hub of both Washington State University and the University of Idaho, in the neighboring town of Moscow, Idaho. Additionally, Pullman has an excellent public school system and was recently ranked by Bloomberg Business as the best small town in Washington to raise children. To learn more about the Pullman community, visit:

WSU is an EEO/AA/ADA employer committed to providing equal opportunity without regard to national origin, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. The College of Engineering and Architecture is interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.