Texas A&M University, Department of Construction Science
FACULTY OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT
The Department of Construction Science at Texas A&M University is conducting a new search for senior faculty and for full-time adjunct faculty, Senior Lecturer/Lecturer.
Department of Construction Science is one of the largest programs of
construction higher education in the world. The Construction Science
program is housed in the College of Architecture. The College of
Architecture, with nearly 2000 students, is the largest College of
Architecture in the nation. In addition to Construction Science, the
College has Departments of Architecture, Landscape Architecture &
Urban Planning, and a Department of Visualization. The College provides
extraordinary opportunities for interdisciplinary research and teaching.
Currently there is a faculty of twenty-five within the Construction
Science program. Program enrollment is approximately 650 undergraduate
students and 75 Master's students. Ph.D. students with an emphasis in
construction matriculate under the Architecture Ph.D. program. The
undergraduate program has been continuously accredited by the American
Council for Construction Education [ACCE] since 1978; in 2012 the
master’s program in Construction Management was the first graduate
program accredited by ACCE. The Department enjoys five professorships
and a chair assigned on a rotational basis. The Department has been
given a 30,000sf historic building, Francis Hall, to be dedicated to the
Construction Science program; an AE has been hired to begin the
renovation design and reconstruction is expected to be completed in time
for the 2014 academic year. The Department web site
contains a full description of the program.
Department is seeking replacements for current senior faculty who are
planning retirement in the next several years. These new faculty will be
in the rank of Associate and/or Full Professor.
Department is seeking new teaching professionals who are interested in a
full time career in teaching and academic service.
Faculty are normally full time, hired on nine-month contracts, with the opportunity for conducting research, continuing education, or industry internships in the summer months. Salaries are highly competitive and depend on the candidate's credentials.
The positions are available immediately with a late summer 2013 expected date of hire. The review of applications will begin upon receipt and conclude on January 31, 2013. The best qualified applicants will be invited to visit the campus.
must include the following:
Electronic applications may be emailed to Chair of the Search Committee at email@example.com
Texas A&M University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. The University is building a culturally diverse faculty and staff and strongly encourages applications from qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans.
University at Buffalo
FACULTY POSITION IN INTEGRATED DESIGN IN ARCHITECTURE
The School of Architecture and Planning, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, invites applicants for a full-time faculty position in Integrated Design in Architecture. The department is expanding its faculty, programs and facilities significantly and this appointment, which will be at the rank of assistant or associate professor, will commence in August 2013. The successful candidate will be expected to teach design studios, core technical courses in structural design or environmental systems and seminars at graduate and undergraduate levels. The candidate will also be expected to pursue an active research agenda within the context of a major research
institution. The Department is committed to advanced uses of information technology in education, practice and research. The successful candidate should exhibit knowledge of using and teaching these in his/her courses.
We seek an exceptional designer with expertise in the integration of structures or environmental systems in the design of buildings. Design based research forms the core of the department’s graduate pedagogy and faculty work, and the successful candidate will be expected to take a leadership role in their area of expertise. Candidates should hold a terminal degree in architecture and have an established record of excellence in creative practice, design research and teaching. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and highly competitive with peer institutions.
Reviews of applications will begin January 7, 2013 and continue until the position is filled. To initiate your application, visit UBJobs for posting number 1200781 at:
https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=55714 Application materials submitted via the online system include: 1) a letter of interest clearly summarizing your research interests, creative practice, and teaching experience; 2) a detailed curriculum vitae; and 3) the names and contact information for three references. Upon completing the online application, applicants should submit a digital portfolio (PDF) via email to <firstname.lastname@example.org> with the subject line “Faculty Position in Integrated Design.”
The University at Buffalo is a major public research institution with a diverse international student body. Located in western New York at the border with Canada, Buffalo has excellent transport links to major US and Canadian cities. The Department of Architecture offers undergraduate (BS) and graduate (MArch, MSc) degrees in architecture, and dual degree options with the Department of Urban and Regional Planning (MUP), the Department of Media Study (MFA), and the School of Management(MBA). For more information about the School and our programs, click here. The University at Buffalo is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/Recruiter (AA/EOE). Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Assistant Professor of Architecture |
Assistant Professor of Architecture |Full-time tenure-track
Architecture Program at the University of Idaho seeks one full-time,
academic-year, tenure- track Assistant Professor to begin August 2013.
The Program seeks candidates prepared to provide leadership in
interdisciplinary collaboration in their teaching and/or scholarship.
Candidates should be qualified to teach undergraduate and graduate
architectural design studios and to integrate their research and lecture
courses into the studio. In addition, all candidates are expected to be
well versed in design and/or planning for sustainable buildings and
communities and demonstrate excellent verbal, written, and graphic
design communication skills.
Program seeks a candidate with professional experience who is prepared
to bring that experience into the classroom. The candidate should be
qualified to teach Architectural Programming and possess expertise in at
least one of the following areas:
Integrated project delivery
University of Idaho is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Members of minority groups, women, individuals with disabilities, and
veterans are encouraged to apply.
Teaching design studios and required lecture courses—including
Architectural Programming—and/or seminars; (2) engaging in scholarship
or creative work, possibly critical architectural practice; and (3)
performing service through department, college, and university
committees as well as service beyond the university.
Master of Architecture
A strong record of professional practice and/or research
Post-professional Masters or Doctorate
Architecture Program offers an accredited professional degree in
architecture as a seamless Bachelor of Science in Architecture and
Master of Architecture program and a post- professional Master of
Science in Architecture. The Architecture Program values design
excellence centered in the poetic merging of the arts and technology. We
value sustainability, social and cultural responsibility in design, and
a collaborative, integrative working and creative learning environment.
We envision regenerative and inclusive environments that inspire,
support, and sustain all users.
an integral part of the College of Art and Architecture (CA&A), the
program is enriched by its close affiliation with programs in Interior
Design, Landscape Architecture, Art and Design, and Virtual Technology
and Design. The College is committed to interdisciplinary learning among
disciplines within the College. It is also engaged in interdisciplinary
programs beyond the College such as Bio-Regional Planning and Community
Design and Environmental Science.
in 1889, the University of Idaho is
the state’s land-grant institution and its principal graduate
education and research university. The University of Idaho is classified
by the prestigious Carnegie Foundation as a high research activity
university. The University employs more than 850 full-time faculty
members, enrolls more than 12,000 students, grants more than 80 doctoral
degrees each year, and is awarded more than $100 million annually in
grants and contracts. The University is committed to educating diverse
peoples of the state, including a growing Latino/Latina population and
members of the nearby Coeur d’Alene and Nez Perce Tribes.
in the scenic rolling hills of the Palouse, the University of Idaho is
located in Moscow which is listed in The
One Hundred Best Small Arts Towns in America. Washington State
University is located 8 miles to the west while Spokane, WA, and the
resort town of Coeur d’Alene, ID, are both 85 miles to the north.
of materials will begin January 18, 2013 and continue until a suitable
applicant pool is found. To apply, complete the online application on
of Idaho web site and include the following: (1) current curriculum
vitae, (2) statement of teaching objectives and pedagogical philosophy,
and (3) names, e-mail, and phone numbers of three references and your
relationship to each. In addition, please send a portfolio of work (8
1⁄2 x 11” max) including examples of student work and/or
professional work to:
Anne Marshall, RA, PhD
Architecture Program Search Committee Architecture Program
Perimeter Drive MS 2451
This position is subject to the successful completion of a criminal
For more information about our program, click here.
PRINCETON SoA/ACEE SEARCH FALL 2012
Assistant Professor in Architecture
Published announcement found here.
School of Architecture (http://soa.princeton.edu/)
and the Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment (http://www.princeton.edu/acee)
seek outstanding applicants for a tenure track appointment at the
Assistant Professor level effective as early as September 1, 2013.
The search is open to candidates specializing in energy and
sustainability, with research areas ranging from energy-efficient
building and urban design, from urban planning to typological analysis
of buildings, their material constitution and constructive systems.
Potential areas of research and experience include: urban energy
consumption, distribution and production; the interplay of energy and
water use and distribution; the interactions of cities, climate, and
microclimates, including the influence of buildings, parks and
infrastructure and their effects on climate change; the geometrical and
physical properties of building envelopes and their energy and climatic
performance; the integration of passive energy systems into building
typologies; the use of geographic information systems, computational
modeling and monitoring using fluid dynamics, experimental analysis and
sensors, as well as the use of synthetic techniques and methods for the
design of a sustainable environment.