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Associate Applied Mathematician Researcher Nondestructive Engineering - 4343
The Structural Materials Division of the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) is seeking a researcher with experience in applied and computational mathematics to work on Air Force funded research programs.
Applied Mathematician Post Doc Nondestructive Engineering - 4343
The Structural Materials Division of the University of Dayton Research Institute (UDRI) is seeking a postdoctoral researcher with experience in applied and computational mathematics to work on an on site contract at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Materials State Awareness branch. The successful candidate will work with UDRI and AFRL scientists to develop and apply quantitative and analytical methods to material systems relevant to nondestructive evaluation in the U. S. Air Force. A major goal of the current project is to utilize Matching Component Analysis (MCA) as a method of segmenting and registering the data from sensors of various modality. Prior work has shown that MCA can be used for transfer learning applications to enhance classification performance over traditional machine learning algorithms by combining real and simulated data using only salient features from both. We will explore this algorithm as a way of combining data to segment boundaries between regions of varying material property within the sample data set, resulting in a new machine learning tool for data segmentation and registration. The output of the algorithm will be used as an informative structural prior for Bayesian estimation of the component orientation distribution function (cODF) of each micro-texture region (MTR) within the sensor field of view. The post-doc researcher would be working on advancements of the MCA algorithm and development of a Bayesian inversion routine for MTR orientation characterization. This position is available immediately and will remain open until filled.
Kuntz Endowed Chair & Executive Director of the Center for Catholic Education SEHS Cntr for Catholic Ed - 210310
The Center for Catholic Education (CCE) in the School of Education and Health Sciences at the University of Dayton seeks applicants at associate professor or professor rank for a tenured (12-month) position as the Kuntz Endowed Chair in Educational Administration, and Executive Director of the Center for Catholic Education, beginning August 16, 2021.
CyberSecurity Support Specialist Adv Techn Identification & Scaling - 4378
This position will be located at the Hangar located at the Greene Towne Centre. This facility will be the lead in bringing together a comprehensive network of new technological methods, processes, and techniques. Success will come from our teamwork and mutual respect for each other’s talents and unique perspectives. This position will be providing cybersecurity support for advanced technologies to include agile manufacturing, condition-based maintenance plus, augmented reality/virtual reality, learning neural networks, cloud-based infrastructure and services, and robotics. Responsibilities will include assisting small business with system security package submission, assessing systems for vulnerabilities and providing solutions, preforming security audits and system performance reporting.
Post Doc Research Scientist Advanced Materials Characterization - 4344
The person in this position will perform the function of a post-doctoral research scientist in the field of fatigue and fracture of titanium alloys. Major duties include developing and executing research tasks to elucidate the relationship between microstructure, deformation behavior, and fatigue fracture topography in alpha phase titanium alloys with special attention to the role of grain size, crystal orientation, crack length, and applied stress. The successful applicant will also be responsible for documenting the technical effort. This includes detailing microstructural characterization, experimental procedures, analyzing results, and discussing them in context of other work for inclusion in peer-reviewed journal articles and technical reports.
Business Manager - Higher Ed SoL Dean's Office - 230000
The Business Manager serves as the financial officer for the School of Law and is responsible for its financial administration, including budgeting, expenditure approval, receipts, accounting and compliance, analytics, and capital improvement management. This position must adhere to University financial management standards, general management and accounting principles, practices, methods, and techniques. The Business Manager prepares the ABA annual Questionnaire, the financial and other material needed for ABA accreditation visits, and the U.S. News and World Report annual questionnaire and responds to other internal and external requests for information as needed. This position is responsible for and oversees all the human resource activities for the department, including but not limited to serving as primary liaison for all faculty and staff hires and employment changes. The Business Manager serves as a liaison for the School of Law faculty and staff to various campus offices, including Finance, Facilities, and Human Resources.
Assistant Director Campus Engagement Cntr for Int'l Progs - 201000
The Assistant Director for Campus Engagement, in collaboration with the Director is responsible for the support and development of intercultural learning opportunities for students on campus, campus collaborative programming, and support of marketing and communication initiatives within the Center for International Programs.
Accountant I Controller - 800500
Reporting to the Assistant Controller the Accountant I will perform moderately complex accounting activities and functions involving fiscal interpretation and analysis, reconciliations, revenue and/or expenditure reporting/accounting, general ledger transactions, journal entries and review of multiple accounts.
Supplemental Instruction Coordinator Office of Learning Resources - 204620
This position will coordinate the Supplemental Instruction (SI) program and will report to the Director of the Office of Learning Resources (OLR). The Coordinator will hire, train, and supervise all undergraduate SI leaders and mentors for Fall and Spring semesters. The Coordinator will also collaborate with academic departments to recruit SI leaders, ensure department needs are being met by assigned SI leaders, and identify available rooms and times in academic buildings for sessions. In order to ensure the ongoing success of the program, the Coordinator maintains the SI budget, monitors data on session participation, and prepares quantitative and qualitative reports on utilization of the program.
Cook Dining Serv - Kennedy Union - 800613
Responsible for the timely, proper preparation and presentation of all food items as required by daily menus, recipes, or work sheets, under the direction of appropriate supervisory personnel. Responsible for assuring correct portion sizes as well as proper temperatures of all prepared items. Responsible for maintaining a sanitary kitchen and following all safety and sanitation policies and procedures.
Cooks Helper Dining Serv - Kennedy Union - 800613
Responsible for assisting in the preparation of all food items, in a timely efficient manner, as required by the daily menu or work sheets, under the direction of the cook and/or appropriate supervisory personnel. Responsible for assuring correct portion sizes as well as proper temperature of all prepared items. Responsible for maintaining a sanitary kitchen and following all safety and sanitation policies and procedures.
Shop Worker - Dining Dining Serv - VWK - 800611
Performs a variety of duties required to operate the service platforms in the Dining Services operations in a timely and efficient manner, including but not limited to greeting and serving customers, processing meal cards and/or other cash register transactions, and preparing and stocking needed supplies for all of the food court operations. Responsible for maintaining a clean, organized and neat work station, stocked as appropriate for the operation, and set up/tear down for the next meal/day operation.
Coordinator, Sexual Violence Prevention Education Brook Center - 701080
The Coordinator, Sexual Violence Prevention Education will serve as a member of a larger integrative team within the Brook Center, which houses sexual violence prevention education, LGBTQ+ student services, mental health education, and health education. As a critical member of this team, the Coordinator will directly oversee sexual violence prevention education for all undergraduate students in alignment with Title IX, VAWA, and Campus SaVE guidance, and will serve as the primary coordinator and contact for the Green Dot initiative campus wide. Education topics include sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, consent, bystander intervention, and supporting survivors.
Associate Professor & Nursing Program Director Health & Sport Science - 210500
The University of Dayton School of Education and Health Sciences is seeking an entrepreneurial, enthusiastic, and visionary leader for its innovative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program. With a projected start date of July 1, 2021, this 10.5 month, tenured associate professor will serve as the Nursing Program Director in the Department of Health and Sport Science.
Assistant Professor Computer Science (Multiple Positions) Computer Science - 208120
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Dayton invites applications for multiple tenure-track Assistant Professor positions beginning on August 16, 2021. The Department of Computer Science offers a stimulating academic environment with active research programs in growing areas of computer science. Recently, the Department has relocated to a brand new state-of-the-art facility with numerous cutting-edge research labs and classrooms, and a commitment to further expand and grow the faculty and student opportunities. The department offers Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science, and also a certificate in Autonomous Systems and Data Science.
Assistant Professor SoL Dean's Office - 230000
The University of Dayton School of Law invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position to begin in August 16 2021. Areas of particular need include contracts, secured transactions, business organizations, property, wills and trusts, and/or tax.
Associate Director for Education & Outreach, Women's Center Women's Cntr - 204550
The Associate Director for Education and Outreach oversees gender-focused campus-wide educational initiatives for faculty, staff, and students. With intersectionality as the cornerstone of their philosophy and praxis, the associate director develops, implements, markets, and assesses existing Women’s Center educational programs and will be responsible for cultivating new educational and professional development opportunities for the campus community. The Associate Director will also develop sustainable partnerships with academic units to offer experiential learning opportunities in the Women’s Center for undergraduate and graduate students. The position will oversee campus engagement, organize and participate in key events and programs, and maintain and strengthen partnerships with units across campus. Drawing on a deep understanding of interlocking systems of oppression and privilege, the position will also support efforts connected to the Diversity Strategic Plan, and those managed by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. The position reports to the Director of the Women’s Center and supervises a Graduate Assistant.
Assistant Professor of Academic Success Academic Success - 230203
The University of Dayton School of Law invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Academic Success. This is a twelve-month, non-tenure track position with an initial appointment of one year and the possibility of renewal for long-term (three or five-year) appointments after three years of satisfactory service. The position is expected to begin on July 1, 2021.
Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills SoL Dean's Office - 230000
The University of Dayton School of Law invites applications for one Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills. This is a non-tenure track position with an initial appointment of one year and the possibility of renewal for long-term (three or five-year) appointments after three years of satisfactory service.
Associate Professor specializing in Systems Engineering Engineering Mgmt, Systems, & Tech - 220440
Are you looking for colleagues who will value you and help you grow as a professional? Are you looking for a university that will support your commitment to educating the next generation of engineers? Are you interested in bringing engineering practice and new experiential learning strategies into the classroom? Are you committed to growing participation of women and under-represented minorities in engineering? Are you seeking to engage in research that makes a difference in the world?

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