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  • May 7, 2018

    December 31, 1969

    December 31, 1969

    The successful applicant will lead a new educational attitude in civil engineering; the goal of the Turkstra Chair is to empower civil engineers to take on authority and leadership positions in significant areas of urban engineering. The applicant is expected to teach and motivate students to use emerging technologies and engineering methodologies to tackle the world’s toughest urban challenges. In this role, the applicant will become the chief advocate of civil engineers as municipal leaders and help develop and deliver an innovative curriculum for the civil engineers of the 21st century within our Civil and Environmental Engineering department (as well as drawing from the significant resources of the University as a whole), including: infrastructure engineering; data analytics; municipal finance and economics; enhanced communication; urban governance, public service, structures and economic development. It is preferred the candidate hold an engineering license with the Professional Engineers of Ontario or the ability to obtain the license, but this is not a requirement.

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