Endowed Chairs

Endowed Chairs

Come help us finish the job. Join the ranks of our distinguished Faculty in an Endowed Chair.

For the past twenty years we have engaged in phenomenal growth, we’ve built a world-class university, while honing our strategic vision with a plan for 21st century excellence. With billions in unprecedented financial investment, we have hired 400 new tenure-line faculty over the last five years, with dozens of additional openings to fill. We are building our future with endowed chairs and tenure-line faculty in many areas: philosophy, genomics, additive manufacturing, finance, cognitive neuroscience, and human rights, to name just a few. You can view these openings below.

Nicholas E. Madonna Professorship in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Associate/Full Professor

The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department and Eversource Energy Center (EEC) at the University of Connecticut solicits applications for the Nicholas E. Madonna Endowed Professorship, a tenure-track faculty position at the associate or full professor level. The position has an expected start date of August 23, 2020. The successful candidate will advance education and research in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department with a particular emphasis in power engineering or related specialties and lead Eversource Energy Center’s research programs in the area of grid modernization.

Full Professor and Cizik Chair in Manufacturing and Technology Management

The Department of Operations and Information Management (OPIM) in the School of Business at the University of Connecticut invites applications for the Cizik Chair in Manufacturing and Technology Management starting in the Fall of 2020.

The successful candidate is expected to be hired at the rank of Full Professor and will be considered for tenure at time of hire. Candidates with research interest in all areas of manufacturing and supply chain management, service operations, technology management, business analytics, information systems, computer security and other related technical areas are encouraged to apply.

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