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Faculty Positions -- CARLETON UNIVERSITY – Architecture and Urbanism
Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism (Architecture and Urbanism) - Assistant Professor – Closing Date for Applications: January 6, 2016
The Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism at Carleton University invites applications for two (2) tenure-track faculty positions in design at the rank of Assistant Professor. The appointments will begin on July 1, 2016.
Under the leadership of a newly appointed director, the School’s vision is to further its identity as an innovative laboratory where cities and buildings are the subject of integrated and forward-looking design research. With its location in the G20 capital city of Ottawa, with a growing expression of activism as a unique dimension of design education, and with a long tradition in the thoughtful and skillful making of built space, the Azrieli School is well positioned to enhance architecture’s contribution to critical debates around global urban issues. We expect that the new faculty appointments will be transformative in further defining and advancing these agendas.
We seek candidates who believe that architecture and urbanism, when mutually reinforced, become a means to validate the social, political, and ecological consequences of design. We are looking for scholars, teachers, and practitioners who combine optimism with critical thinking, who are ready to test and challenge prevailing assumptions about urban futures and about architecture’s relationship to technology, and whose work demonstrates a potential for research collaborations with such diverse fields as urban geography, history, public health, public policy, and civil engineering. Successful candidates should consider opportunities on how research and teaching in architecture and urbanism can engage professional and academic communities across the Carleton University campus, and in collaboration with other local and national institutions.
The Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism has a strong design core integrated with and supplemented by theoretical, conceptual, historical and technical courses and workshops. The School’s generous endowment affords opportunities to enrich our programs with significant support for students in the form of scholarships, study-abroad programs, and exceptional visiting critics from around the world. Our many resources include extensive wood and metal workshops, digital fabrication tools, video-editing facilities, and computer labs. The Master of Architecture program culminates in a thesis that integrates theoretical and design-based propositions.
Further information on the School is available at:
Qualified candidates must hold a professional (M.Arch or equivalent) degree in Architecture. In addition, at least one of the following is highly desirable:
Applicants must demonstrate experience in design studio teaching, a track record of scholarship in architecture at the urban scale, and engagement in emerging issues around urbanization across local, national, or international scales. A design portfolio demonstrating expertise, experience and research potential in these areas is required. In addition to established modes of scholarship, the committee will look favorably on candidates whose work includes innovative digital application, data-driven research, or real-time community engagement projects.
The successful candidates will be expected to teach design studios as well as undergraduate and graduate lecture classes and seminars, to develop a program of externally funded and high quality research at the intersection of architecture and urbanism, and to contribute to the academic life and culture of the Azrieli School.
Applications must include a curriculum vitae, cover letter, teaching dossier, statement outlining current and future research interests, and names and contact information (including e-mail addresses) of three references. The deadline for applications is January 6, 2016.
Please send applications electronically in one single PDF file to:
Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6 Canada
Please indicate in your application if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
Carleton University is strongly committed to fostering diversity within its community as a source of excellence, cultural enrichment, and social strength. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our University including, but not limited to: women; visible minorities; First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples; persons with disabilities; and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity and expressions.
Those applicants that are selected for an interview will be requested to contact the Chair of the Search Committee as soon as possible to discuss any accommodation requirements. Arrangements will be made to accommodate requests in a timely manner.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. All positions are subject to budgetary approval.
The University of Florida announces an international search to recruit a new Dean for its College of Design, Construction and Planning.
The College of Design, Construction, and Planning (DCP) is home to five independent professional disciplines: Architecture, Construction Management, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning. The College is also home to three interdisciplinary programs in which faculty from all academic units participate: doctoral program offering the PhD degree , historic preservation offering a Master of Historic Preservation, and sustainability and the built environment offering a Bachelor of Science.
Established in 1925, DCP has become one of the largest colleges of design, construction and planning in the country. The Fall 2015 enrollment of 1,300 students includes approximately 800 undergraduates and 500 graduate students. The College employs approximately 125 academic, research, administrative support and other staff, which includes 54 tenured or tenure-track faculty members.
The dean is the chief academic and administrative officer of the college and is responsible for its strategic leadership and for further elevating its reputation and stature. Reporting to the provost, the dean of DCP will have responsibility for all decanal duties, including fundraising, strategic planning, budgetary and administrative oversight, and collegial and consensus-driven support and leadership of a talented and dedicated faculty and staff.
The ideal candidate will be an energetic and conscientious administrator and an effective advocate for the teaching and research mission of the college. The selected individual will be respected by the disciplines represented in the college and will be able to communicate the accomplishments and vision of the college to all of its constituents. The dean must also show a commitment to diversity among students and faculty. [Additional information about the position and search can be found at www.dcp.ufl.edu/dean-search].
The University of Florida (UF) is one of the most respected major, public, land-grant, research universities in the country. The state’s oldest and most comprehensive university, UF offers a diverse set of degrees at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level. UF has a long history of established programs in international education, research and service. It is one of only 17 public land-grant universities that belong to the Association of American Universities (AAU). With an enrollment of nearly 50,000 students annually, UF is home to 16 colleges and more than 150 research centers and institutes.
While applications and nominations will be received until a new dean is selected, interested parties are encouraged to submit their materials to our consultant at the address below by January 8, 2016 to assure optimal consideration. Candidate materials should include a current resume and a letter of interest.
UF DCP Dean Search
R. William Funk & Associates
100 Highland Park Village, Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75205
~ The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff. The selection process will be conducted in accord with the provisions of Florida’s ‘Government in the Sunshine’ and Public Records Laws. Persons with disabilities have the right to request and receive reasonable accommodation. ~
Sustainable Coastal Systems Cluster
The University of Central Florida is in a hiring campaign to recruit 100 new faculty for Fall 2016. As part of this hiring campaign, UCF has recently established six interdisciplinary clusters to strengthen its academic offerings and research mission. In support of this effort, we are searching for faculty in the broad interdisciplinary area of Sustainable Coastal Systems (http://ucf.edu/research/coastalsystems) and plan to fill three positions of Assistant/Associate Professors and two positions of Associate/Full Professors to begin in Fall 2016. The goal is to bring together a core group of faculty who work across traditional research boundaries or are working in transdisciplinary fields. We will be hiring individuals who are active research leaders in the interdisciplinary fields of ecological modeling, ecosystem services, ecological engineering, coastal planning and hazard mitigation, ecological economics, ecological policy, and coastal political geography. These five hires will join 34 current cluster faculty, representing ten departments and five colleges, to lead a world-class effort to understand and assess natural and human-related impacts to coastal ecosystem health, restoration, sustainability, and mitigation; and ultimately to characterize and integrate physical, chemical, biological, and socio-economic processes impacting coastal communities and ecosystems.
Applicants for an Assistant/Associate Professor position in coastal planning must have a Ph.D. from an accredited institution in either urban planning, urban studies, public administration, environmental studies, geography, or public policy. We seek candidates with expertise in coastal planning, land use planning, infrastructure resilience, coastal hazard mitigation, or environmental planning; a strong commitment to interdisciplinary research and publication; a commitment to interdisciplinary and collaborative research in the Sustainable Coastal Systems Cluster, interest in generating external funding, community engagement and partnerships, and active membership in professional organizations.
The successful candidate will become a core faculty member in the Sustainable Coastal Systems Cluster. They must demonstrate a strong commitment to interdisciplinary research and publication; a commitment to interdisciplinary and collaborative research, have demonstrated an ability to perform high-impact and high-demand research, and develop a program that will lead to strong extramurally-funded research and national/international recognition.
Faculty in these interdisciplinary positions will be expected to strengthen both their tenure home department as well as the Sustainable Coastal Systems cluster. Both individual and interdisciplinary infrastructure and startup are expected with these five new positions. Each new faculty member will have a unique interdisciplinary mentoring team to foster intellectual breadth and to facilitate integrative capacity to strengthen the success of the cluster.
Candidates must apply on-line at http://www.jobswithucf.com/postings/43512 (Position #33131) and attach the following materials: a cover letter, curriculum vitae, teaching statement, research statement, and contact information for three professional references. In the cover letter candidates should address their background in their discipline and should identify the department(s) for their potential tenure home.
The search committee will begin reviewing applications on November 30 2015 and continue to accept applications until the positions are filled.
The University of Central Florida, the nation’s second-largest university with more than 61,000 students, has grown in size, quality, diversity, and reputation in its first 50 years. Today, the university offers more than 200 degree programs at its main campus in Orlando and more than a dozen other locations. UCF is an economic engine attracting and supporting industries vital to the region’s future while providing students with real-world experiences that help them succeed after graduation. For more information, visit http://ucf.edu. UCF is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. All applicants are encouraged to apply, including minorities, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
For more information about these positions, please contact the Sustainable Coastal Systems Cluster Search Chair, Dr. Graham Worthy, at CoastalCluster@ucf.edu
DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
The University of Virginia seeks an exceptional leader who will work with us to collectively explore how design education and research should be structured to best serve an increasingly interconnected and globalized society.
Together we face complex societal challenges, including climate change, poverty reduction, equitable access to education and healthcare, and the creation of resilient and livable buildings, neighborhoods and cities. We seek an individual who understands and embraces the pivotal roles that designers, planners, and historians must play in addressing a host of difficult problems that have significant ramifications from local to global contexts.
Our next dean is invited to lead a willing and able group to conceive new ideas to engage spatial design as an agent of social, technological, and environmental priorities facing the world. We seek a dean who will inspire us and challenge us to discover new creative approaches to learning, teaching, practicing, and undertaking advanced research that serve our mission as a public university.
We seek a leader who is able to build upon the distinctive qualities of UVA’s School of Architecture: sustained investigation across the disciplines of Architectural History, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Urban and Environmental Planning; emergent collaborations across the University; deep and sustained engagement with sites around the world; a demonstrated commitment to exceptional undergraduate and graduate teaching; a growing culture of funded research, scholarship, and design competitions; recent fundraising efforts that have exceeded goals; and remarkably passionate and engaged students.
For more information about the search and committee, please visit: https://executivesearch.virginia.edu/search/architecturedean
Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, has been engaged to assist with this important search. Inquiries, nominations, and applications should be directed in confidence to:
Jane Gruenebaum, Gail Gregory or Jon Miller
1300 19th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036
Phone: 202-682-1504, Fax: 202-296-7271
The University of Virginia is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Director and Professor (JOB# 11334)
Arizona State University
School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning
The School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning at Arizona State University invites applications for the position of School Director with a concurrent appointment as tenured Professor in the School. Anticipated start date is July 1, 2016. Salary and start-up package will be competitive and commensurate with experience.
The School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning (SGSUP) was created in 2009 and advances the Arizona Board of Regents' (ABOR) mission and strategic objectives through a specific focus on the integrated and interdisciplinary study of the world through the scientific exploration of the spatial and temporal dynamics of coupled human and natural systems.
The School is a major participant in the instructional and research activities of Arizona State University and its faculty are affiliated with many other schools in the university. Its personnel include 33 tenure/tenure-track faculty including 4 members of the National Academy of Science, approximately 150 graduate students and almost 800 undergraduate majors. It has an MA and PhD program in Geography, a PhD in Urban Planning, an accredited professional Masters in Urban and Environmental Planning and a Master of Advanced Studies in Geographical Information Systems as well as graduate certificate programs in GIS and Transportation. Undergraduates major in geography, geographical information science or urban planning, and majors and non-majors alike can obtain a certificate in Geographic Information Science. More complete School and program information can be found at http://geoplan.asu.edu/.
We are seeking a Director who embraces our mission to generate, disseminate, and apply the highest forms of geographical knowledge, planning theory, applications, and scholarship in support of an ambitious vision that the school:
Be among the top 5 schools for geographical sciences in the world.
Be a top – ranked school in Urban Planning providing professional education and innovative planning research
Provide best practice models that demonstrate the value and relevance of the interdisciplinary and complementary skills of geographers and planners to society through our research, teaching, and service.
Be a catalyst for, and critical component of, the realization of the University's goals for transdisciplinarity.
The Director will lead the faculty in shaping and developing the School's research, instructional, and service programs and be strongly committed to supporting continued enhancement in the School's research standing, attracting and retaining quality faculty, promoting growth in the undergraduate and graduate programs, developing interdisciplinary research and teaching initiatives, advancing entrepreneurial opportunities, and enhancing relations within and outside the university community.
Candidates must possess a Ph.D. in Geography, Planning or a related field; have a record of research, teaching, and service commensurate with a tenured appointment as full professor which includes an outstanding established record of research publications; provide evidence of effective leadership and administrative skills; have experience seeking and obtaining external research funding; and effectively articulate a commitment to the integrated mission and programs of the School. The position is open to all sub-fields and methodological approaches.
Desired qualifications include experience galvanizing team-based and multi-program-based groups to compete for major grants, experience in administrative and leadership positions, experience with alumni/foundation relations, and evidence of having worked across disciplinary fields. A research focus complementing the strengths of the School is preferred.
To apply, applicants must submit a single pdf file to email@example.com: a cover letter describing their qualifications and interest, current curriculum vitae, a one-page statement of their vision for the integrated development of the School including relevant experience with alumni/foundation relations and contact information (including email addresses) for three references. Initial review of applications will begin on November 20, 2015; if not filled, every two weeks thereafter until the search is closed. This is an online, paperless search; only electronic applications will be accepted. A background check is required for employment.
ASU is a research intensive university with outstanding research facilities and infrastructure support and is located within the rapidly growing metropolitan Phoenix area with approximately 4.25 million people. The university is one of the nation's leading public metropolitan research universities and was recently ranked as the nation’s most innovative school.
Arizona State University is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Further information on ASU’s policies can be found at https://www.asu.edu/aad/manuals/acd/acd401.html and its complete non-discrimination statement at https://www.asu.edu/titleIX/
GSAPP URBAN PLANNING FACULTY SEARCH 2015-2016
The Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) at Columbia University invites applications for full-time, open-rank faculty positions in Urban Planning in the tenured, tenure-track and professor of practice categories. The GSAPP is a school dedicated to designing and understanding the local and global built environment with programs in Architecture, Planning, Preservation, Real Estate Development, Urban Design, Curatorial Studies, and doctoral programs in Architecture and Planning. The Urban Planning program is one of the oldest in the nation and has approximately 100 Master’s and 25 Ph.D. students. The Program’s mission is to prepare our students to become leaders of the profession, who are technically capable, ethically informed and committed to the pursuit of equity and social justice in the betterment of the lives of urban people and urban places.
Open to candidates across all urban planning fields, GSAPP is particularly interested in candidates who teach and conduct research in physical planning, environmental issues (including the effects of climate change on cities), data analytics, community development, and global urbanization. Senior candidates should be able and willing to direct the Urban Planning Program. We anticipate hiring two new faculty for a start date of July 1, 2016.
Responsibilities will include teaching, research, and administration. Successful applicants will demonstrate a commitment to advancing the field through teaching, practice, and/or research. They will show clear evidence of expertise and have strong leadership and communications skills. They must have demonstrated capacity for original work and show promise of significant continuing contributions. A Master’s or Ph.D degree in Urban Planning or a closely related field is required.
Senior positions require substantial teaching, research, and/or professional experience. Qualifications for senior positions (tenured or tenure-track) include a strong record of refereed publications and a demonstrable record of outstanding scholarship. Applicants to junior positions must show evidence of great promise of teaching, research and/or professional excellence. Qualifications for junior positions (tenure-track) include emerging leadership in the candidate’s field and the potential to produce outstanding scholarship. Professors of Practice candidates should have significant experience in planning practice and a demonstrable record of excellence in their professional career. Faculty of the Urban Planning Program are expected to collaborate with colleagues across GSAPP on research, teaching studios and events.
GSAPP seeks faculty who can innovate their disciplines and can create an environment where students can not only be educated in current and past ideas and methods, but can also explore and test new ideas. Therefore, preference will generally be given to candidates who are able to teach and/or conduct research in both traditional fields and in an emergent specialization.
Qualified individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences are encouraged to apply. GSAPP enjoys a diverse faculty and is actively seeking to expand a core group of individuals who can bring new ideas and approaches by way of their own experiences and backgrounds. Columbia University is committed to supporting the work-life balance of its faculty and is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.
For additional information and submission requirements please visit our online application site at:
Review of applications will begin immediately and will remain open until a candidate is chosen.
The Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University announces a nationwide Dean search.
The Levin College is ranked among the top schools of Urban Affairs in the country. The College’s MPA program specialization in City Management/Urban Policy has been ranked second in the nation by U.S. News & World Report since 1998, and the Nonprofit Management specialization is ranked twelfth. Planetizen has ranked the College’s Masters of Urban Planning and Development program among the top fifteen in both the Economic Development and Community Development categories.
The College includes the Department of Urban Studies and several Urban Research Centers. The Department consists of 25 multidisciplinary faculty members, 44 part-time faculty, and 700 students. The Urban Research Centers constitute the largest resource in Ohio dedicated to creatively addressing community challenges. The Centers and their programs have served as the focal point of applied research, technical assistance and public service in Ohio for over 35 years. More than 20 professional staff and scholars conduct research and provide services in the full range of Urban Affairs-related issues.
Reporting to the Provost, the Dean will be the chief academic and administrative officer of the College. He/she will have a visible presence in the Cleveland community, throughout Ohio and nationally, in furthering the mission of the College. Candidates are expected to have an earned Ph.D. or a terminal degree in a discipline related to the programs of the College, and management experience within a shared governance environment as an administrator in an academic or comparable setting. Candidates also should have experience in collaborating with private, nonprofit and public sector entities. (A more complete “Leadership Statement” can be found at www.csuohio.edu/urban/).
Founded in 1964, Cleveland State University is a public research institution that provides a dynamic setting for engaged learning. With an enrollment of more than 17,500 students, 8 colleges and more than 200 academic programs, CSU provides a hands-on learning environment that connects faculty and students, ideas and real-world experience. With more than $500 million in new construction and building renovations, Cleveland State has developed a 21st century urban residential campus for the student of today and tomorrow.
While applications and nominations will be accepted until a new Dean is selected, interested parties are encouraged to submit their materials to our consultant at the address below by December 15th to assure optimal consideration. Application materials should include a resume and letter of interest.
Cleveland State VPES Search
R. William Funk & Associates
100 Highland Park Village, Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75205
~ Cleveland State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer ~
Wilder School Teaching and Research Faculty Hiring Advertisement 2015-2016
The L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University invites applications for up to five open-rank tenure eligible faculty positions to begin in the Fall 2016 semester. After the successful recruitment of sixteen new faculty colleagues in the past three years the School is seeking to continue its growth by expanding its commitment to sustainability, justice, resiliency and equity in government. Successful candidates will join an interdisciplinary group of colleagues who are linking crime prevention and place-making in diverse urban environments. This focus reflects the core areas in the Wilder School (criminal justice, homeland security and emergency preparedness, public administration, public policy and urban and regional studies and planning) and aims to foster improved community and government relations that promote safe, economically viable and engaged communities.
We seek applicants who will contribute to the strength and diversity of our faculty and whose scholarship is in one of our core areas. For one or more of these positions we are interested in hearing from candidates with interest or experience in data analytics, particularly from an econometric perspective. The faculty member will be required to have an established research agenda and a clear potential for external funding, and potential for scholarship or creative expression to complement and expand existing expertise in the School. Candidates seeking a position at the Associate/Professor level must have a well-developed scholarly/research portfolio with evidence of multi-disciplinary applications and external funding appropriate to complement and expand existing School expertise. Applicants should indicate the program(s) with which they might affiliate. In particular, the Criminal Justice program seeks applicants with active research in corrections, policing, or race issues; the Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness program welcomes applicants who are studying emergency management, terrorism, and/or cybersecurity; the Public Administration/Public Policy program seeks expertise in public management and local governance; and the Urban and Regional Studies/Planning program invites those with expertise in economic development and finance, with a focus on real estate and/or historic preservation.
All candidates should show a commitment to high-quality instruction at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including teaching and mentoring in the school-wide Ph.D. program in Public Policy & Administration. Evidence of scholarly productivity is required and a Ph.D. in a related discipline is expected (ABDs will be considered subject to demonstration of timely progress towards degree completion and the completion of all requirements for the PhD degree before the start of the appointment). Hiring at the Assistant Professor level is most likely although exceptional Associate Professor or Full Professor candidates with nationally recognized scholarship and a history of securing external funding are also welcome to apply.
For all positions, demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as a faculty member at VCU is required.
Applications must be submitted online through e-jobs:
Applicants must indicate the disciple for which they are applying. All applications should include a cover-letter and a detailed CV with the names and contact information of three references, one example of scholarship, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
The Wilder School’s vision is to be the premiere resource and advocate for all those involved in decision-making for the public good. With over 1,500 students and more than 11,000 alumni, the Wilder School has established an environment where competing perspectives thrive and where a common interest in public service and the betterment of society knits these perspectives together. For additional information about the Wilder School please visit our website at www.wilder.vcu.edu.
Virginia Commonwealth University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Women, minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Assistant Professor of International Development
Georgia Tech invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professorship with an expected start date of August 2016, as a joint appointment between the School of City and Regional Planning (SCaRP) and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs (The Nunn School). The successful candidate will show great promise to make significant contributions to the advancement of international development scholarship; will contribute to the teaching programs of the schools; and will engage multi-disciplinary initiatives aimed at enhancing the role of global issues on the campus. Applicants should have research interests and will be expected to teach in global development (including International Affairs 2050 for students enrolled in the joint global development minor), international affairs, and urban planning. Focus within international development is open and could range within the umbrella areas of energy, environment, natural resources, infrastructure, sustainability, urbanization, and public health. Candidates should be fluent in the theories and practice of global political and economic development. All applicants should show promise or evidence of outstanding scholarly achievement. A doctoral degree in international affairs, planning, or a related field is required. Joint appointment to the two schools is anticipated, with primary tenure home in the unit most closely aligned with the individual’s intellectual interests.
Applicants should email the items specified below to Marilu Suarez at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. The email subject line should read: International Development Search.
Review of applications will begin 1 November 2015 and end on 1 December 2015, or until the position is filled.
SCaRP is a global leader in fostering sustainable, resilient and just communities, offering professional master’s degrees in City and Regional Planning, Geographic Information Science, and Urban Design, a PhD, and certificates in GIS and in Real Estate Development. School research is augmented by the Center for Geographic Information Systems, and the Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development. SCaRP has active international partnerships in China, Germany, India, and Republic of Korea and with U.N. Habitat.
The Nunn School delivers innovative programs and cutting-edge research that integrate technology and the study of international affairs. The School offers BS, professional MS, and Ph.D. degrees, a minor in international affairs, and certificate programs in International Affairs; Asian Affairs; European Affairs; Latin American Affairs; and Scenarios, Modeling and Military Games. School research is augmented by the Center for European and Transatlantic Studies, and the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy.
Together with the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, SCaRP and the Nunn School lead a campus-wide undergraduate minor in global development studies and anticipate a new graduate certificate in international development. The successful candidate will be expected to participate in the core teaching and activities of these joint programs. The Institute’s Global Nexus partnership joins our schools with the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering in advancing global health.
Georgia Tech is one of the world’s premier research universities, consistently ranking among U.S. News & World Report’s top 10 public universities and the Times Higher Education’s world top 10 technology universities. Tech enrolls and employs over 5,000 international students and exchange fellows and operates campuses and programs in different countries. Half of Tech undergraduates study abroad during their degree programs. Expanding the Institute’s global footprint and ensuring that we are graduating good global citizens is one of the five goals in Georgia Tech’s strategic plan.
Atlanta is the nation’s seventh largest concentration of higher education activity, an unparalleled planning laboratory illustrating the many opportunities and challenges of planning for sustainable urban development, and a principal international hub of the Southeast states with 65 consular offices. One of America’s fastest growing metro areas, Atlanta is home to the headquarters of C.A.R.E., The Carter Center, Habitat for Humanity International, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, strongly committed to diversity within its community. We welcome all qualified applicants, including minority group members, women, and persons with disabilities, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
Please address inquiries about the position to Prof. G. William Page, Search Committee Co-Chair, at this custom address: email@example.com. Also please note below that actual application must be made via “UBJobs” at the link at the bottom of this announcement.
University at Buffalo, State University of New York
The faculty of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning invites applicants for a ladder (tenure track) position as assistant professor in the field of Environmental Planning. Our faculty is part of the School of Architecture and Planning, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. The appointment is expected to commence in August 2016.
Applications will be accepted now and will continue until an appointment is made. We anticipate that we will identify a short list and invite candidates for interviews on campus starting in November.
We are searching for applicants whose research and teaching interests focus on environmental planning, in any combination of the following:
By the beginning of the appointment in August 2016, applicants must hold a Ph.D. in planning or a related field. They should have a promising research agenda and a broad appreciation of planning as a profession. They must have a good ability to communicate effectively with students and evaluate student papers in written English. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications.
The selected candidate may be given teaching responsibilities in any or all of our department’s degree programs, described below. We are especially interested in candidates who will become closely involved in the “Environmental and Land Use Planning” specialization within the Master of Urban Planning Program.
Official applications must be made via UBJobs at the following link:
California State University, Northridge
Part-time Lecturers (Temporary)
The Department of Urban Studies and Planning at California State University, Northridge is currently recruiting lecturers to teach two graduate courses in Spring 2016: Seminar in Comprehensive Planning and Planning law. The deadline is November 10, 2015. Detailed position announcements can be found on the department’s website at:
Questions may be directed to:
Rob Kent, Chair
Department of Urban Studies and Planning
California State University, Northridge
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Community and Regional Planning Assistant or Associate Professor
Applications are invited for a full-time, nine-month, tenure track assistant or associate professor position in the PAB-accredited Master of Community and Regional Planning (MCRP) program at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln (UNL), beginning in August 2016.
Required Qualifications: The selected candidate must hold a Ph.D. in Planning by the time of appointment. The successful candidate will be highly motivated, with demonstrated excellence in teaching and a track record in scholarly research.
The successful candidate also must be qualified and equipped to teach two or more courses, including a planning studio, in the required MCRP core curriculum and will be expected to teach one or more courses cross-listed with other programs in the College of Architecture (architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design) that are open to undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Architecture, as well as students from other academic programs at UNL.
Preferred Qualifications: Expertise and ability to teach in one or more of the following areas is preferred: land use planning; urban design; sustainable development; healthy communities; housing; social planning; transportation; economic development. A successful track record in obtaining external funding is expected. AICP certification is preferred.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated abilities and a desire to collaborate in interdisciplinary research, outreach, and teaching with faculty in the College of Architecture, as well as a desire to pursue collaborative work with faculty affiliated with centers and institutes in the University of Nebraska system (including campuses located in Omaha and Kearney), such as the Rural Futures Institute; Nebraska Public Policy Center; Center for Urban Sustainability; Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium; Robert B. Daugherty Water for Food Institute; Nebraska Transportation Center; Minority Health Disparities Initiative; and others. Collaborative work with Nebraska state agencies is also desired. For further information about the College of Architecture and its constituent programs, go to http://archweb.unl.edu/
Application deadline: Initial review of applications will commence on January 4, 2016. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is selected.
Application requirements: To be considered for this position, please go to http://employment.unl.edu, requisition F_150239, and click on “Apply to this job.” Candidates should upload the specific submission requirements listed below:
1. A cover letter expressing interest in the position
2. A full curriculum vitae
3. Contact information for three references (please provide name, title, address, telephone number, and email)
4. Statement of teaching approach and interests, professional experience, and research interests and goals
You may also attach an e-portfolio demonstrating your qualifications for the position, which may include examples of recent scholarly publications, professional works, and teaching materials. This may include, but is not limited to: professional, scholarly, and creative work in practice or academia. To do this, you will be required upload into People Admin either a e-portfolio of no great than 10MB, if larger, you will be required to create a free user account at https://pathbrite.com to upload your portfolio. Once created and saved, please copy the specific URL of your portfolio and paste it into the e-portfolio area within your application at http://employment.unl.edu. If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Lori Bennett Baumli at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 402-472-9215.
Questions regarding the position may be directed to:
The University of Nebraska‐Lincoln is committed to a pluralistic campus community through affirmative action, equal opportunity, work‐life balance, and dual careers. See http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination.