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Two positions are posted (below) for the Department of Architecture and Environmental Design.

Position Title: Lecturer or Instructor - Department of Architecture and Environmental Design

General Description

A Lecturer or Instructor to teach design studios and courses in the technical or theoretical areas of the curriculum with commitment to advising and supporting undergraduate students. Proficiency with 2D computer aided design applications, Adobe products, BIM applications, Autodesk Revit and/or Rhino 3D is preferred.  The Department has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree, and in Fall 2014 will start operating the Master of Architecture, a NAAB Candidate Program.

Applicant Qualifications

1.     A NAAB professional Master of Architecture degree or a professional B. Arch. and a master in related field; a doctorate or a professional registration in architecture is a plus.

2.     Teaching Experience

Lecturer Position: Considerable teaching experience is expected; professional experience may substitute for some college teaching experience.

Instructor Position: Some teaching or professional experience is preferred.

3.     Teaching Abilities

Lecturer Position: Demonstrated ability as an effective teacher in studio instruction and in at least an additional area of the curriculum

Instructor Position: Demonstrated ability or promise as a teacher in studio instruction and in at least an additional area of the curriculum.

4.     Evidence of potential contributions in support of the Department, University, civic community, and/or the discipline and profession of architecture and related environmental design fields

Salary and Term: Competitive and commensurate with candidate’s experience and credentials, with anannually renewable contract.

Start Date:  August 2014

Application Deadline:  June 13, 2014

A letter of application, curriculum vitae, a digital sample of creative work (portfolio), unofficial transcript, and a list of three references should be submitted to smclaug@bgsu.edu, c/o ARCH Search Committee. The successful candidate will be required to submit official transcripts. 

 

Position Title: Open Rank, Non-Tenure Track Faculty/Architect in Residence - Department of Architecture and Environmental Design

General Description

An open rank, non-tenure track faculty/architect in residence to teach graduate or undergraduate design studios and courses in the technical areas of the M. Arch. curriculum such as sustainable systems, advanced structures and materials, and architectural seminar. Leading research activities in areas of interest and rendering service particularly in support of the graduate program.  The Department has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree, and in Fall 2014 will start operating the Master of Architecture, a NAAB Candidate Program. 

Applicant Qualifications

1.     A doctoral degree in architecture or related field; or a NAAB professional Master of Architecture degree or equivalent and professional registration in architecture; or a professional B. Arch. and a master in related field plus professional registration.

2.     Teaching abilities

Demonstrated ability as an effective teacher in studio instruction and in additional areas of the curriculum

3.     Demonstrated ability to do scholarly or creative work as indicated by publications, significant research, or presentation of refereed papers at regional, national, and international meetings, or their equivalent in reputed exhibits, awards, and other creative work

4.     Evidence of potential contributions to the Department, University, civic community, and/or the discipline and profession of architecture and related environmental design fields

Salary and Term: Competitive and commensurate with candidate’s experience and credentials. This is a one-year terminal position (academic year) with the possibility for applying to tenure track positions should they become available.

Start Date:  August 2014

Application Deadline:  June 13, 2014

A letter of application, curriculum vitae, a digital sample of creative work (portfolio), unofficial transcript, and a list of three references should be submitted to smclaug@bgsu.edu, c/o ARCH Search Committee. The successful candidate will be required to submit official transcripts. 

 

Bowling Green State University (BGSU) aspires to be the premier learning community in the State of Ohio and one of the best in the Nation.  BGSU is a public, state-assisted university with an enrollment of over 17,500 students.  The College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering offers the Bachelor of Science in Architecture and the Bachelor of Science in Technology degree in six major areas, a M.Ed. in Learning Design, and a Master of Technology Management degree.  The College has approximately 1380 undergraduates and over 120 graduate students enrolled in its master’s programs.  The campus location at 20 miles south of Toledo, Ohio affords the faculty and graduate assistants opportunities for service and research involvement with major corporations in Ohio and southeastern Michigan.

 

Bowling Green State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.  We are committed to a multicultural environment and strongly encourage applications from women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.  BGSU hires only individuals authorized to work in the United States and requires a background investigation be done for newly hired or rehired employees as a pre-condition of employment.