The University of Waterloo is pleased to announce the cluster hiring of ten tenure-track/tenured academic appointments representing emerging and established career stages who will contribute to Black excellence across all six Waterloo Faculties and to Waterloo’s goal of a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusivity for all through increasing the representation of Black peoples.
Waterloo seeks candidates whose scholarship advances learning and knowledge through teaching, research, and scholarship in any of the following disciplinary areas:
Faculty of Arts: All areas of Arts will be considered (humanities, languages and cultures, social sciences, fine and performing arts, accounting and finance, global business and digital arts), including but not limited to: Black Studies (broadly defined); historical, cultural, and/or linguistic identities; sustainable finance; business and/or entrepreneurship (including social); technology and design; equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism issues and scholarship in all program areas. Note: most areas of teaching and research in the Faculty of Arts feature interdisciplinary and collaborative opportunities, and there is the potential for considerable overlap between the areas specified here. More information on our research strengths can be found at https://uwaterloo.ca/arts/.
Faculty of Engineering: All areas of engineering and architecture will be considered with an emphasis on the Faculty’s research clusters: bioengineering and health, network connectivity and security, software, data analytics, AI and human-machine interactions, robotics and autonomous vehicles, automotive and mobility, additive and advanced manufacturing, sustainability, energy systems, nanotechnology, smart and adaptive infrastructure, water resources, urban space planning and design, entrepreneurship, and climate adaptation. More information on our research strengths can be found at https://uwaterloo.ca/waterloo-engineering-research/.
Faculty of Environment: All areas of environmental science/studies and sustainable development will be considered, with particular interest in: climate change and the global south; environmental and social impact assessment; sustainable finance; community development; and the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in the context of smart cities. More information on our research strengths can be found at https://uwaterloo.ca/environment/about-environment.
Faculty of Health: Areas of priority include Kinesiology and Health Sciences, Recreation and Leisure Studies,