Our Engine of Innovation
Cutting-edge researchers. Go-to experts. Problem solvers. Our faculty members do work that changes the world. They don’t do it alone — it takes the critical support of dedicated staff members to keep the College of Engineering moving. Together, they form an enterprising team, driven to transform our world through discovery, learning and innovation.
44 CAREER Award Winners
Since 2010, 44 of our faculty members have earned prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER awards, which honor young scholars who effectively integrate research and teaching.
2019 Awards for Excellence
Congratulations to award winners Tammy Coates (pictured with Dean Louis Martin-Vega), Harvey West, Mitch Amiano and Charles Hall.
Connecting faculty members with the right people can build dynamic academic careers, and the Office of Faculty Advancement in the College of Engineering wants to make that happen. The office offers a four-day orientation workshop for new faculty, runs research proposal workshops, holds networking sessions and coordinates faculty visits to funding agencies.
The office is led by Dr. Joel Ducoste, interim associate dean of faculty advancement and professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, Environmental Engineering. He works to connect knowledge-seeking faculty members with those who can help them succeed. The Engineering Faculty Advancement website is your online entry point.
The college offers a range of other services to support professors and our professional staff.