Graduate Work, College of Architecture, Texas Tech University
> Advanced Building Technology & Design, Assistant or Associate Professor
The College of Architecture (CoA) at Texas Tech University invites candidates to apply for fulltime tenure-track/tenured position(s) in Advanced Building Technology (ABT) at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. We have two open positions. They are located in Lubbock, TX and have a nine-month duty period, from approximately September 1 to May 31 each year. In support of our community and our values, the CoA seeks faculty members who will demonstrate a record of or a strong trajectory for developing and integrating research on building technologies within architectural design, teaching, and the profession.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to establish a robust research agenda that combines innovative building technologies and architectural design within the applicant’s area of expertise. Area(s) of expertise should include one of the following: material investigation, structural analysis, building assemblies, building performance, and/or fabrication, coupled with more specific interests in how these topics relate to environmental performance, regenerative and resilient design, design for a changing climate and/or other related research interests.
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> Design for Health, Assistant or Associate Professor
The College of Architecture (CoA) at Texas Tech University invites candidates to apply for a fulltime tenure-track/tenured position in Design for Health at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The position is located in Lubbock, TX and has a nine-month duty period, from approximately September 1 to May 31 each year.
The CoA seeks energetic applicants for the position of tenure-track/tenured Assistant/Associate Professor of Design for Health. The successful candidate must be qualified to conduct research in design and health and be able to teach both elective courses and studios at graduate and undergraduate levels in their area of expertise. It is expected that the new faculty member will also teach in the CoA core curriculum. The new faculty member will additionally be expected to significantly engage in pursuing externally funded research, generate scholarship, and serve on college and university committees. Suitable applicants may be specialized in areas such as healthcare design, design and public health, research on design of healthcare architecture, design and health humanities, design and disability, or other areas that contribute to related intellectual and professional advances in design.
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