Faculty Openings

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The Gerald May Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering (CCEE) at The University of New Mexico (UNM) invites applications for two faculty positions:

Assistant Professor – Wildfire Impacts on Natural and Built Environments
This is a tenure track Assistant Professor faculty position, starting in Fall 2024.

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Lecturer or Professor of Practice – Construction Engineering and Management
This is a non-tenure track, teaching focused position, starting in Fall 2024. We plan to hire one new faculty member between the two positions, and interested applicants can apply to either the lecturer or professor of practice position

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