– Integrated Building Systems
College of Architecture and Design at Lawrence Technological University
seeks a creative and collaborative faculty
member to join the Department of Architecture with expertise in
integrated building systems. System expertise in thermodynamic
technologies for heating, cooling, ventilation and building enclosure is
will be given to candidates with additional expertise in water systems,
electrical systems, lighting or acoustics. The full-time position will
be at a rank appropriate to the successful candidate’s experience and
the appointment is expected to commence in August 2017.
College seeks applicants who have experience within architecture or
allied disciplines such as architectural engineering, mechanical
engineering or building sciences. Applicants are expected to hold a
terminal degree in their discipline and candidates with appropriate
academic experience, professional experience and licensure will be
candidates will build upon the University’s dedication to design
disciplines through an integrated, multi- disciplinary and critical
process. Collaboration with College faculty and the ability to teach
architecture students through an active, inspiring and meaningful
process is important for this position.
successful candidate will have demonstrated ability to teach in a
lecture and problem-based learning format, be able to relate sustainable
building technologies to architectural design, and to engage studio and
thesis formats where technology is fully integrated with architecture. A
clear and relevant research and scholarship agenda is expected with
opportunities to support classroom content and student research.
Technological University was founded by the Lawrence brothers in 1932,
adjacent to Henry Ford’s automotive research and assembly facilities.
The University is now expanding a 120-acre campus in Southfield,
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will be reviewed commencing on December 15, 2016. Applications wishing
to receive full
Construction Science Tenure Track Assistant Professor
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Intended Date of Hire:
August 16, 2017
Type: Salaried/Full Time
University of Texas at San Antonio serves the San Antonio metropolitan
area and the broader region of South Texas through its three campuses:
1604 Campus, Downtown Campus and the Institute of Texan Cultures. With
nearly 30,000 students enrolled in 147 degree programs, UTSA is the
second-largest component of The University of Texas System and one of
the state's fastest-growing public universities. We offer 67 bachelor's,
56 master's and 24 doctoral degree programs; and with additional
doctoral program’s and five more master's programs in the planning,
UTSA is rapidly moving toward classification as a doctoral/research
The Construction Science Department, within the College of
Architecture, Construction and Planning (CACP), located in downtown San Antonio, one of
America's oldest and most vibrant urban environments where design,
construction, and research find unique topics of inquiry, is
seeking to fill an Assistant Professor position.
for the position include developing and teaching courses at the
undergraduate and graduate level, conducting scholarly research such as,
but not limited to, peer reviewed publications and externally funded
research projects, and making service contributions within the
University, College, and Department as well as construction industry and
profession. Candidates should have a clear research agenda/strategy and
be motivated to pursue external funding, be prepared to develop
professional opportunities for students, and to participate in the
further development of the department.
complete position announcement and to apply to the job, along with the
online application process, access the UTSA Human Resources website at https://jobs.utsa.edu.
You will be required to include: a Curriculum vitae; a list of at least
three references with all contact information, and letter of
application. This is a security sensitive position.
Employment is contingent upon a successful background check.
UTSA is a tobacco free campus.
The University of Texas at San Antonio is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans and
individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
and Director; Building Construction Science Program; College of
Architecture, Art, and Design; Mississippi State University
The Building Construction Science Program at Mississippi State
University (MSU) seeks an innovative, collaborative leader to work with
faculty, staff, and students and guide program development and growth.
The Program, one of only two studio-based construction programs in the
US, produces innovative collaborative leaders in the construction
management profession through an immersive, collaborative, and
interdisciplinary educational environment. The unique studio-based
The Building Construction Science Program at Mississippi State University (MSU) seeks an innovative, collaborative leader to work with faculty, staff, and students and guide program development and growth. The Program, one of only two studio-based construction programs in the US, produces innovative collaborative leaders in the construction management profession through an immersive, collaborative, and interdisciplinary educational environment. The unique studio-based curriculum (http://www.caad.msstate.edu/bcs), combined with the program’s setting in the College of Architecture, Art, and Design (www.caad.msstate.edu), provides a learning environment for active engagement with multiple disciplines in hands-on problem-solving experiences in the built environment.
Mississippi State, a public land-grant institution, is the state’s
flagship research university and one of only a few universities to earn
both research and community engagement rankings from the Carnegie
Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. MSU’s mission is to
provide access and opportunity to students from all sectors of the
state’s diverse population, as well as from other states and
countries, and to offer excellent programs of teaching, research, and
Mississippi State, a public land-grant institution, is the state’s flagship research university and one of only a few universities to earn both research and community engagement rankings from the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. MSU’s mission is to provide access and opportunity to students from all sectors of the state’s diverse population, as well as from other states and countries, and to offer excellent programs of teaching, research, and service (www.msstate.edu). The Program Director plays a lead role in developing the Building Construction Science Program and providing leadership within the Program, the College, and the University.
candidate must hold a Master's Degree in Construction Management/Science
or a closely related field and must have university teaching and
administrative experience and relevant professional construction
industry experience. The candidate's vita must demonstrate scholarship,
academic achievement, and the energy and intellect to work
collaboratively with the faculty to develop a challenging and compelling
vision of construction education, particularly in the area of
studio-inquiry and problem-based instructional pedagogies. The candidate
must have received tenure and be eligible for or demonstrate sufficient
academic accomplishment to quality for appointment at the Professor
level with tenure.
of applications will begin on November 15, 2016 and continue until the
position is filled. The successful candidate is expected to begin
employment on or before July 1, 2017.
must apply online (www.msujobs.msstate.edu)
and upload applications materials. Please refer to the MSU website for
position number 493888.
is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will
receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, ethnicity, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity),
national origin, disability status, age, sexual orientation, genetic
information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic
protected by law. We welcome nominations and applications from women,
members of any minority group, and others who share our passion for
building a diverse community that reflects the diversity of our student
New Masters Course in Environmental Architecture
The Mackintosh School of Architecture is pleased to
announce a new Masters course in Environmental Architecture based within
the highly successful Mackintosh Environmental Architecture Research
Unit, at the Glasgow School of Art.
The Masters in Environmental Architecture
at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, The Glasgow School of Art,
provides students with specialist knowledge and insight into the
relationships between low energy architectural design, energy and indoor
environmental performance, and building occupants.
The programme is based on the research
strengths of the
Environmental Architecture Research Unit (MEARU) and benefits from informed teaching
through engagement with live projects.
The programme offers balanced academic
and practical content. Students explore the latest developments in
environmental design theory and practice; and there are also
opportunities to participate in on-going MEARU research projects.
Students will work within an architectural school with a
well-established design culture, and within a specialist research unit
providing key research skills.
Futher information is here:
SBSE Election 2015
We're pleased to announce that Ulrike Passe has been unanimously elected SBSE president-elect and Alex Rempel has also been unanimously re-relected Secretary/Treasurer. Congratulations to Ulrike and Alex!!
With the election results in Alfredo Fernández-González is now SBSE president, while Pablo LaRoche becomes past-president.
Many thanks to Ihab Elzeyadi for his six years of service in the SBSE president track!!