Visiting Assistant Professor in Urban Futures, Architecture & Interior Design
- University of Cincinnati
- Location: Cincinnati, OH
- Job Number: 7074828
- Posting Date: Feb 5, 2021
- Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
Job DescriptionJob Overview
Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati is expected to teach, conduct research, scholarly and other professional or creative activities. This position will support the University of Cincinnati’s mission and commitment to excellence and diversity in our students, faculty, staff, and all of our activities.
The College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati invites applications for an architecture faculty position in the School of Architecture and Interior (SAID) at the rank of Visiting Assistant Professor in Urban Futures (rank/title commensurate with education and experience). The Urban Futures Initiative of the University of Cincinnati supports the integration of visionary and interdisciplinary urban studies into course curricula. The Visiting Professor’s teaching and scholarship will contribute to the School’s initiatives and programs such as the Urban Futures Initiative (in collaboration with the School of Planning).
The School of Architecture and Interior Design (SAID) confers an accredited professional degree in Interior Design (BSID); an accredited first professional graduate degree in Architecture (M Arch); an undergraduate degree in Architecture (BS Arch); a post-professional degree (MS Arch); a Ph.D. degree in architecture and a newly launched post professional Master of Interior Design (MIntD). There are approximately 110 Masters of Architecture students and a total of 688 students in the School and 25 full-time faculty. The Interiors and Masters of Architecture programs are consistently highly ranked accredited programs.
The core mission of the Architecture Program is to prepare students for critical engagement with practice through a liberal arts education providing a broad basis for understanding architecture’s role within a cultural and historical context. Students alternate academic experiences with periods of professional experience through our cooperative education program.
The successful candidate will be involved in the SAID collaborative environment for teaching and scholarship with primary (but not limited to) responsibility for teaching studios and seminars in the Master of Architecture Program and conducting seminars at all levels of the School. The candidates pedagogic and professional focus should be on urban design, urban ecology, smart cities, and urban futures.
Conduct and teach assigned undergraduate and/or graduate-level courses and seminars.
Attend meetings, participate in governance, prepare materials for teaching.
Evaluate and develop curriculum for department and/or college.
Serve as an academic adviser for students and evaluate student coursework.
Serve on college or university committees and participate in curriculum development activities.
Serve on graduate committees, supervise laboratories (where appropriate), independent study activities, and off-campus learning.
Engage in other activities ancillary to or in support of his or her responsibilities.
Render service to the professional or lay community which is relevant to the individual’s academic specialty.
Review, and where necessary, respond in a timely manner to all University-related communications.
Other related duties as assigned.