The successful candidate will enhance the School's urban design and physical planning reputation, contribute to the current debate surrounding the role of urban design in planning, build on the resources within the College such as the Niehoff Interdisciplinary Studio and the Fruth and Gemini Signage Chair, work closely with faculty from other Schools, and promote international collaboration through studios and research.
Responsibilities for this position include a full-time teaching load of two classes per semester in the area of urban design/planning, including at least one studio, supervision of graduate students, research in the candidate's area of expertise, and University and community service.
The School of Planning is one of the four schools within the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. The School offers accredited Bachelor of Urban Planning (BUP), and Master of Community Planning programs, and a Ph.D. program. More information about the School and its programs can be found at: http://daap.uc.edu/academics/planning.html.
Minimum qualifications: master's degree in Urban Planning or related field, at least one peer-reviewed academic publication related to urban design/planning, and one year experience teaching urban design/planning at the college level.
TO APPLY: Applicants are required to submit a letter of interest with a discussion of teaching philosophy and research interests, current curriculum vitae, and samples of up to 10 images of student and personal works (PDF or JPEG files or a link to them), plus at least one peer-reviewed academic journal publication related to urban design/planning, and the names of three professional or academic references with their contact information.
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Position number: 213UC3683
Contact information: Danilo Palazzo