Situated within one of the nation’s largest research universities, in a building that continues to amaze, delight, and inform, with state of the art facilities, whether equipment, classrooms, studios, or libraries, and with a heterogeneous and active faculty, the Knowlton School of Architecture provides a unique environment for innovative design research and critical inquiry. The School also enjoys the proximity of the Wexner Center for the Arts, the Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design, and the College of Engineering, as well as the resources and benefits of a growing metropolitan area of 2 million people. The School is comprised of three Sections: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and City and Regional Planning. Architecture has approximately 300 students, 14 full-time and 20 auxiliary faculty members.
The strong regional base of the School is complemented by a broad global agenda, evidenced by many international programs and initiatives. Augmenting the intellectual environment of the School are various Visiting Professorships and outstanding lecture and exhibition series. Publications include Source Books and PRAXIS.
The Fellowship provides a 9-month residency for an emerging practitioner to investigate a specific project related to his/her overall development, to produce within the Fellowship period an exhibition and lecture concerning that work, and to develop their ideas in the context of teaching an architectural design studio. A Graduate Research Assistant will assist in producing the proposed project and monograph. A wide range of possible topics for study will be considered, with preference to those which can most take advantage of the School’s resources in history, contemporary culture and theory; advanced techniques in the design of buildings and cities; and research in technology, media and material assemblies.
To apply, send a letter of interest, one-page proposal of the residency project, curriculum vitae, 10-12 page portfolio, and list of three references to the address below. Screening of applicants will begin January 1, 2013. The search will remain open at least 60 days from the date of posting.
Electronic submittals are encouraged:
Doug Graf, Chair
Architecture Faculty Search Committee
Knowlton School of Architecture
275 West Woodruff Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43210-1138
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