Awards & Jobs in Academia (July 2015)

Timothy H. Sabins, SC B 2016, has been selected as the recipient of the 2015-16 Senior Undergraduate Scholarship from the Association of State Dame Safety Officials (ASDSO). Sabins is a senior majoring in civil engineering at the University of South Carolina. He participated in undergraduate research assisting with dam and levee breach simulation, he recently interned at Dynamic Engineering Consultants, and he will be recognized at the ASDSOs annual conference Sept. 13-17 in New Orleans. Read the announcement

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With the primary responsibility that includes delivery of high quality courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels, the University of Southern California department of industrial and systems engineering is looking to fill the position of lecturer, senior lecturer, and professor of practice (all ranks). Click here to read about the position requirements and the necessity that candidates have the “training and experience necessary to teach a variety of industrial and systems engineering courses, in particular probability, statistics, stochastic processes, and financial engineering.”

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The Staford University department of mechanical engineering is accepting applications for a tenure-track faculty appointment at the junior level (assistant or associate professor). According to the job listing from The Chronicle of Higher Education, the “winning candidate may excel in experiments, theory and modeling, computations, device fabrication, or any combination of these approaches.” The review of applications will begin on October 1, 2015.

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