Texas Tech University, Civil, Environmental & Construction Engineering
About Texas Tech University, Civil, Environmental & Construction EngineeringTexas Tech University (TTU) is a comprehensive university with 38,803 students (Fall 2019) enrolled in twelve schools and colleges across campus. The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) located across campus houses the school of biomedical sciences and the school of medicine, offering opportunities for research collaborations at the intersection of engineering and medicine. The CECE department is part of an inclusive community of scholars in the Whitacre College of Engineering that places high value on diversity as an enabler of inspirational, high-quality experiential education, synergies between undergraduate and graduate research, and transformative multidisciplinary collaborations. TTU recently achieved designation as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). TTU is among 94 public universities and colleges in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education's “Highest Research Activity” category. The university is located in Lubbock, Texas. The city is renowned for its friendly people, pleasant climate, and commitment to the University. In recent years, Lubbock has been ranked in the top quartile of US cities for socio-economic and demographic growth.
1 job with Texas Tech University, Civil, Environmental & Construction Engineering
Faculty position in next-generation infrastructure systems. Candidates with expertise in structural applications are of particular interest.