School of Architecture Digital Technology and Graphics, Professional Specialist/Professor of Practic
University of Notre Dame
January 29, 2018
Notre Dame, Indiana
Higher Education Institution
The School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame is seeking applications and nominations for the following faculty position which will be available on July 1, 2018.
Professional Specialist/Professor of Practice (depending on credentials, background and interest): Digital Technology and Graphics, to teach information technology, computer visualization, and digital modeling. Must have experience with a range of software programs, including AutoCAD, AutoDesk, Revit, Sketch-up, Photoshop and Rhino. Experience/interest in classical and traditional architecture are also highly desirable. The candidate should demonstrate an ability to integrate computer technology into studio courses.
Interested candidates must apply through Interfolio and include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, samples of work (portfolios or publications), and request three professional references. Review of applications will be begin February 28, 2018, after which they will be reviewed until the position is filled. The deadline for submitting materials is April 1, 2018.
For questions, please contact Caroline Maloney at 574-631-1732 or email@example.com
QUALIFICATIONS This position which will be available on July 1, 2018 requires teaching and developing coursework and workshops at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, and the ability to organize and manage the School’s new digital studio. A terminal degree or its equivalent in architecture, digital media or computer science is required. College-level teaching experience is preferred. Preference will be given to candidates who desire to work collaboratively in developing teaching pedagogy and fulfilling the School’s mission to teach classical and traditional architecture and urban design
Internal Number: 48624
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