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Dean, College of Engineering

Country: USA
City: Honolulu
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The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UH Mānoa) seeks a dynamic, visionary, collaborative, and enterprising leader to serve as Dean of the College of Engineering (COE). This position is an exceptional opportunity to shape the future of engineering excellence at UH Mānoa, the state of Hawai‘i, and the Asia-Pacific region. As an indispensable facet of sustainable living in Hawai‘i and the Asia-Pacific region, COE is committed to ensuring that its academic and research efforts support the well-being of the people, economy, and environment of Hawai‘i. These efforts include addressing local industry demand, sustainability, and infrastructure while embracing complex issues which affect society at large (e.g., IT and cyber systems, food and water security). Furthermore, as the only engineering college with ABET-accredited programs in Hawai‘i, COE is committed to excellence in the development of the next generation of engineering leaders.

The Dean manages an annual budget of approximately $36 million in state and federal funds, and represents the activities of COE to the wider university, alumni, industry, and donors as well as the Hawai‘i and Pacific communities. Since fall 2009, enrollment at COE has increased by 53%; there are more than 1,500 UH Mānoa students currently majoring in programs within COE.  The college offers BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering, and a BS in Computer Engineering. The College has approximately 60 faculty, 30 support staff and 50 graduate assistants staffing three academic departments: Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering, and an organized research center, the Hawai‘i Center for Advanced Communications. Many unique resources exist across COE and UH Mānoa including the Hawaii Space Flight Laboratory, the Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, and the Advanced Electron Microscopy Center. COE values learning, discovery, and engagement in formal and informal settings and strives for academic and research excellence and leadership in all its endeavors (For more information about COE, please go to https://www.eng.hawaii.edu).


Type of Opportunity Academic Job
Deadline08 June,2018
Company NameUniversity of Hawaii Manoa



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