The University of Cincinnati
The College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati invites applications for an architecture faculty position in the top-ranked School of Architecture and Interior (SAID) at the rank of tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor
(rank/title commensurate with education and experience)
The core mission of the Architecture Program
at the School of Architecture and Interior Design
is to prepare students for critical engagement with practice. The program promotes leadership, collaboration, intellectual depth, flexibility, and teamwork. The foundation of architecture education at UC remains a liberal arts education, which provides a broad basis for understanding the role of architecture within a cultural and historical context; and a professional curriculum that is enriched with elective seminars, lectures and design studios that provide opportunities to engage in travel/study programs, experimental projects, and service-learning. Students alternate these more traditional academic experiences with periods of professional experience through our landmark cooperative education program (co-op).
The School of Architecture and Interior Design
(SAID) confers an accredited first professional graduate degree in Architecture (M Arch), an accredited professional degree in Interior Design (BSID), an undergraduate degree in Architecture (BS Arch), a post-professional degree (MS Arch) and Ph.D. degree in Architecture. There are approximately 688 students in the School and 25 full-time faculty. SAID’s top-ranked professional degree programs, as well as the BS Arch degree program, include a renowned cooperative education program (Co-op) that places students in professional work environments as part of the curriculum. SAID’s Co-op network includes over 500 firms across the globe.
Teaching responsibilities include design studios at the undergraduate or graduate level that focus on design foundation, integrated design, and urban design, as well as elective or core lecture courses. Candidates will be expected to integrate their research interests and/or creative work in teaching. In addition to teaching in a diverse academic environment, faculty responsibilities include research in the candidate’s area of expertise, graduate thesis advising, as well as service to the department, the college, the university, and the greater community.
Applicants must hold a masters level professional degree in architecture (M.Arch. or equivalent), and at least one academic year teaching experience in architecture design studios at the university level.
The position is available August 15, 2018. Review of applications will begin on 3/01/2018 and the search will remain open until appointments are made. Applicants should refer to the DAAP web site ( www.daap.uc.edu
) to learn more about SAID, DAAP and UC.
Complete an Applicant Profile at
and upload your CV/Resume. Then, officially apply posting Job# 23501
and attach the following documents under the Additional Documents section of the application:
Required Applicant Documents:
Letter of interest which clearly states area of teaching expertise, teaching philosophy, research and professional goals
List of three references, with contact information
Portfolio - including (as is relevant, and clearly identified as such) student work and sample syllabi should be provided in electronic format of no more than 2 MB
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The University of Cincinnati, as a multi-national and culturally diverse university, is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of learning and employment. As part of a complete job application you will be asked to include a Contribution to Diversity and Inclusion
The University of Cincinnati is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer
/ M / F / Veteran / Disabled.
The University of Cincinnati offers students a balance of educational excellence and real-world experience. UC is a public research university with an enrollment of more than 43,000 students.