State University of New York - Buffalo, Department of Architecture
FACULTY POSITIONS in ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, INTEGRATED DESIGN and URBAN DESIGN
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||New York, United States|
|Position:||Assistant Professor, Associate Professor|
The School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo is significantly expanding its faculty, programs and facilities and we invite candidates interested in xperimental research and pedagogy to apply. Reviews of applications will begin January 15, 2014 and continue until the following Assistant or Associate Professor positions are filled:
The School encourages applications from architects and academics focusing on the design of buildings that engage architectural design through design research, scholarship and practice. Successful candidates will demonstrate excellence in the field of architectural design and contemporary theoretical approaches to design; have experience in teaching design studios at both undergraduate and graduate levels; and have an aptitude for translating design positions into theoretical and historical scholarship. A track record
of interdisciplinary collaboration is desirable. Candidates must hold a professional degree in architecture and preference will be given to those with post-professional and doctoral degrees. To apply, visit UBJobs for posting number 1300807 at: www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=56735 and follow all listed requirements.
Integrated Design in Architecture with a focus on Energy
The School encourages applications from architects and researchers focusing on sustainable design through design research, scholarship, and practice. Successful candidates will demonstrate excellence in synthesizing exceptional design with a response to pressing contemporary issues of energy and environment. A track record of interdisciplinary collaboration is preferred. This position is partially funded by the University’s newly formed Renew Institute (Research and Education in eNergy, Environment and Water), an interdisciplinary research entity created to address urgent global problems. There will be opportunities available to participate in the development of this Institute through this position. Candidates must hold a professional degree in architecture and preference will be given to those with post-professional and doctoral degrees. To apply, visit UBJobs for posting number 1300806 at: www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=56734 and follow all listed requirements.
The School encourages applications from designers focusing on issues that engage contemporary urbanism and the city through design research, scholarship and practice. Successful candidates will demonstrate excellence in the fields of architectural design, urban design and/or the design of urban systems and infrastructures; have experience in teaching design studios at both undergraduate and graduate levels; and have an aptitude for translating design positions into theoretical and historical scholarship. A track record
of cross-disciplinary collaboration with adjacent fields such as urban planning, landscape architecture, and computational media and information systems is desirable. Candidates must hold a professional degree in architecture with an advanced post-graduate degree in urban design, urban planning, or a related field. To apply, visit UBJobs for posting number 1300808 at: www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=56736 and follow all listed requirements.
Design based research forms the core of the department’s graduate pedagogy and faculty work, and the successful candidate(s) will be expected to take a leadership role in their area of expertise. All candidate(s) will be expected to pursue an active research agenda within the context of a major research institution. The Department is committed to advanced uses of information technology in education, practice and research. The successful candidate(s) should exhibit knowledge of using and teaching these in his/her
courses. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience and highly competitive with peer institutions. The University at Buffalo(UB) is an AAU research institution with a diverse international student body. It is located in western New York at the border with Canada. Currently the Department of Architecture hosts more than $1M of funded research that is supported by national and international granting agencies. Our graduate program is organized into four research groups: Ecological Practices, Inclusive Design, Material Culture, and Situated Technologies. Each of these groups attracts research funding and is actively engaged in a wide range of design projects and construction initiatives. We offer undergraduate (BS) and graduate (MArch, MSc) degrees in architecture, and dual degree options with the Department of Urban and Regional Planning (MUP), the Department of Media Study (MFA), and the School of Management (MBA). The University at Buffalo is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/Recruiter (AA/EOE). Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
See above for instruction on how to apply at www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu
|Primary Category:||Architecture and Architectural History