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University of Cincinnati Offers Informal Information Session

Tuesday, October 04, 2016  
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Join faculty from the School of Planning at the University of Cincinnati for an informal information session to learn more about a new tenured faculty position focused on research, teaching and service to improve the quality of life for residents of disadvantaged urban communities.

Date: Friday, Nov 4, 2016
Time: 1pm-2pm 
Location: Hilton Portland - Boardroom East, 3rd floor

This new hire will be an Associate Professor with tenure (for tenured candidates) or fast-tracked to tenure (for untenured candidates). The position will have the following duties:

  • Conduct community-oriented research on topics such as race or racism, social (in)justice, educational inequality or access, health disparities, housing, poverty, urban policing, or other topics relevant to American cities and urban living, secure external funding and produce peer-reviewed publications on Urban Futures Cluster related topics;
  • Serve an active and pivotal role in the organization and direction of the UC Urban Futures Cluster initiative;
  • Provide leadership for the Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies (BSUS) program aimed at the expansion and integration of the BSUS program with the other units at UC conducting Urban Futures teaching and research.
  • Teach courses in the School of Planning programs, especially in the Bachelor of Science in Urban Studies and PhD in Urban and Regional Futures programs.

For more information, contact Chris Auffrey.
Full job description: Associate Professor - Urban Futures Research – University of Cincinnati


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  • recognize diverse needs and interests in planning;
  • improve and enhance the accreditation process, and;
  • strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement;
  • extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice.