ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN ARCHITECTURE – COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN AT THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY

The Department of Architecture at Thomas Jefferson University and the College of Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) seek candidates for a full-time, 9-month Assistant Professor in computational design. The position is available on a Tenure-track or Teacher/Practice Scholar Track.
The College aspires to complement a collegial faculty with an individual capable of advancing critical areas of computational design across all its departments and programs. Individuals considered for this position will be expected to develop critical insights into these relevant curriculum areas and teach studio, lecture, and seminar courses at undergraduate and graduate levels.
We seek applicants whose work and lived experiences will expand our intellectual diversity. We value applicants whose work elevates marginalized voices, embraces the humanistic dimensions of design, and engages their intersection with technology. We encourage individuals from historically underrepresented communities within the discipline, including women, Native American peoples, Black and Indigenous peoples of color, Latinx, people who identify as LGBTQIA+, veterans, and persons with disabilities, to apply.

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