School of Architecture & Urban Planning, UW-Milwaukee
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The Department of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is conducting a search for full-time tenure-track faculty members at the rank of Assistant Professor. There are multiple open teaching positions in the areas of: architectural history and theory; design studios; and social, racial, and environmental justice. Possible areas of research or creative production might include but are not limited to: contemporary cultures and theories; climate change and ecology; media and computational spatial methodologies; beginning design; housing; and public space studies. The Department of Architecture at UWM is committed to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty dedicated to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. Candidates are required to provide a diversity statement highlighting their understanding of and previous contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion, including plans for advancing these topics in their research, teaching and/or service. Applications from minority and women candidates are strongly encouraged.
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The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning (SARUP) is offering a one-year fellowship to support a scholar(s) whose work focuses on matters of contemporary urgency. These could include equity in the built environment, environmental justice, collaborative modes of practice, the role of inclusive architecture education, relationships between identity and design, investigation into climate change mitigation connected to social and environmental justice, and other topics. Fellows who may be Innovative and emerging designers, architecture practitioners, and scholars are required to conduct design research and to participate in the SARUP community through the teaching of studios and seminars. Each 9-month fellowship (with institutional support, including access to the library and facilities, extended through the summer) includes teaching responsibilities that focus on the core studio curriculum at the undergraduate or graduate levels, and equally important, an elective studio and seminar driven by the fellow’s research agenda. At the culmination of the fellowship term and with the support of a stipend, fellows are expected to complete a final project that can be disseminated at a national level. Fellowship recipients will be expected to deliver a lecture on the subject of their fellowship research in the SARUP Guest Lecture Series, disseminate the research through peer-reviewed journals, conferences and other written media, and exhibit related work in SARUP’s gallery.
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