The Gallogly College of Engineering has embarked on a bold plan to dramatically grow and enhance our college through cross-cutting strategic research areas. As research leaders at the University of Oklahoma, our faculty collaborate within and across colleges on research that dramatically improves quality of life and stimulates economic development for our state, region, nation, and the world. Our excellence in research, education, and inclusion is helping us shape the future through discovery and innovation.
As we endeavor to hire 40 faculty in the next three years, we hope that you consider joining us on our journey.
Cluster Hires: Advanced Manufacturing and Materials
Cluster Hire: Data Science
Cluster Hire: Engineering Pathways
Cluster Hire: Hydrogen Technologies
Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering
Civil Engineering and Environmental Science
The following position will be posted soon:
- Adaptive Infrastructure/Engineering with Nature
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Dr. Randa L. Shehab is the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Faculty Development, and Nettie Vincent Boggs Professor. Dr. Shehab previously served as the director of the School of Industrial Engineering at the University of Oklahoma. She is co-founder and co-coordinator of the Data Science and Analytics MS Program. She also serves as director of the Sooner Engineering Education Center and is a member of the Research Institute for STEM Education, a multi-disciplinary research group investigating factors related to equity and diversity in engineering student populations.
Before joining OU, Dr. Shehab worked as an Ergonomics Consultant to the Manufacturing Ergonomics Laboratory at the General Motors Technical Center in Warren, Michigan. She teaches undergraduate and graduate level courses in ergonomics, industrial engineering, and statistical design and analyses. She has worked with the Spaceflight Ergonomics Research Program at OU since 1992 on issues related to cognitive performance of astronauts in microgravity. For more than the past decade, her research has focused on the advancement of equality and diversity in engineering education through the study of engineering students’ experiences and the improvement of the educational climate.
The Gallogly College of Engineering holds strong the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We seek candidates who contribute to fostering an inclusive culture in all aspects of faculty responsibility, including within the classroom, the academic community, and their professional commitments.