Michigan Architecture is an internationally renowned, culturally diverse, and intellectually dynamic community of students, scholars, and teacher practitioners.
For over 100 years the mission of Taubman College has been to prepare students for positions of responsibility within a wide spectrum of professions, organizations and institutions whose goals are to improve the quality of our lives and the built environment. The college offers a complement of programs, ranging from undergraduate to doctoral degrees in Architecture, Urban Planning, and Urban Design.
The college seeks to make appointments in the following areas:
Architecture Program Chair
UM Job Posting #76269
The Architecture Program in the Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning invites applications for the position of chair of the program, commencing September 2013. The chair is responsible for providing leadership; representing the program to the university, profession and public; coordinating instruction; advancing research and scholarship; recruiting faculty and students; defining new program initiatives in consultation with the dean and faculty; and managing the program budget.
To be considered, candidates must be qualified by education and experience for a tenured appointment in the Architecture Program. They must possess a substantial record of teaching, and a distinguished record of professional, scholarly or creative achievement and an interest in the integration of professional and theoretical issues in architecture.
As an integral part of one of the world's leading research and teaching universities, the program has ambitious initiatives to further inter- and intra-disciplinary collaboration both within the college and with a range of disciplines across the university. The candidate must be committed to disciplinary excellence and cross-disciplinary inquiry.
Review of applications will begin in January, with interviews planned for February and March.
Applicants should send the following materials electronically as a single PDF file, organized as follows:
- a letter explaining your interest in the position;
- a current curriculum vita; and
- the names and contact information (including mailing address, phone number, and email address) for three references.
Email the application to Taubman College Human Resources at email@example.com, indicating the Job Posting number in the subject line.
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