Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor, Architecture
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About the Opportunity: The School of Architecture in the College of Arts, Media and Design invites applications and nominations for a Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor position to expand our vibrant teaching and research initiatives for our undergraduate Architecture program. We seek candidates who will work in the area of architectural history. This position will entail teaching both lecture courses, with accompanying recitation sections, as well as one or more seminar courses, which will focus on the expertise area of the candidate. Courses of this position will likely involve both in-person and on-line class formats.
Responsibilities: The ideal candidate will hold a PhD in Architectural History, with experience in building online curricula, leading large enrollment classes, and managing recitation sections led by graduate students.
Northeastern University offers rich opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration between the design, planning, management, science and engineering of urban environments. The position offers a one-year contract in the School of Architecture in the College of Arts, Media and Design.
The School of Architecture has three distinct advantages. One, the faculty conducts courses of study in a strong diversity of practices, including architectural design, history and professional practice, urban landscape and sustainable coastal environments, market-driven building types, and building technology and performance. Two, we are located within a major private global research university and a leader in worldwide experiential learning, urban engagement and interdisciplinary research. Also, the College has a unique combination of disciplines, including Architecture, Art + Design, Game Design, Communication Studies, Journalism, Media and Screen Studies, Music, and Theatre. Three, we are in Boston, a thriving urban center of culture and innovation with extensive global connections.
Qualifications: Candidates must have PhD in architecture history or have achieved ABD status in pursuit of their PhD in architectural history. Candidates are expected to teach at the undergraduate level and perhaps graduate level. Candidates with a well-developed research agenda that will inform and advance current trends in the field through creative production, experimentation, collaboration, exhibiting and publication will be given preference for the position.
Salary Grade: FAC
Additional Information: Candidates must include a letter of application describing teaching, research and relevant professional experience, a curriculum vitae and evidence of excellent teaching ability. Candidates should also provide the contact information of three references. Letters of recommendation and portfolios of creative work or research should not be submitted, but they may be requested later during the search process. Applications received on or before May 27 will be guaranteed full review. The start date for the position is summer 2 semester. Inquiries may be directed to the Director of the School of Architecture, Dan Adams, at email@example.com
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Founded in 1898, Northeastern University is a private research university located in the heart of Boston. Northeastern is a leader in worldwide experiential learning, urban engagement, and interdisciplinary research that meets global and societal needs. Our broad mix of experience-based education programs?our signature cooperative education program, as well as student research, service learning, and global learning?build the connections that enable students to transform their lives. The University offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs leading to degrees through the doctorate in nine colleges and schools.