Syracuse University School of Architecture seeks tenure-track faculty at the rank of assistant or associate professor to teach design and core or elective courses in fall 2014. Teaching is at the undergraduate and graduate levels and includes thesis advising. The teaching load (15-16 c. h.) is two design studios and a course in a faculty member’s area of expertise.
The School seeks highly qualified faculty applicants with concentrations in areas such as urbanism (design, policy, landscape, public-interest design); design and computation (representation, digital fabrication); building systems (structural engineering, advanced building assemblies, sustainable design); architectural theory, and/or other areas of expertise. Candidates must possess professional design experience and a record of nationally recognized research including built work, theoretical explorations, creative work, and scholarship in the form of publications or exhibitions. All faculty are expected to be actively engaged in scholarship or creative work. A professional degree in architecture (M. Arch.) is required and professional registration is preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Syracuse University provides a generous benefits and relocation package.
Please apply at https://www.sujobopps.com/postings/51640 and submit a single PDF to include a letter of interest; a statement of professional, pedagogical, and research direction and goals; c.v.; 3 references; and a portfolio of creative work including syllabi and student work. Maximum attachment size is 9MB; candidates may provide a portfolio URL in addition to a PDF. Applications submitted by 12/1/13 will be given priority.
The School of Architecture is a visible force in the life of the University and the city of Syracuse. The environment is characterized by intellectual rigor, experimentation, and engagement beyond physical and disciplinary boundaries that has increased opportunities for faculty research. The School is committed to design as a form of inquiry against the backdrop of the contemporary city, intellectual debate and sensitivity to ecological concerns. Diversity in its student population, faculty, and curriculum is strongly supported. With studios based in London, Florence, and New York, and a variety of global programs, the School has broad connections to current practice and discourse worldwide.
Syracuse University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applicants may visit the School’s website at soa.syr.edu for more information about the School.