The Multi-disciplinary Design Program within The School of Architecture in combination with the Digital Matters Lab within the Marriot Library at the University of Utah are conducting a search for a two year Visiting Assistant Professor with an expected start date of January 1, 2019.
The Visiting Assistant Professor position will serve as a joint position lead by Multi-Disciplinary Design and supported by Digital Matters. The faculty appointment will run for two years over four academic semesters as a nine-month full-time position. This collaboration will allow faculty to teach in the MDD program and work towards a defined academic project that will serve the mission of the DML. Academic/professional work should demonstrate a strong understanding and experimentation in derivative digital processes and output in relation to spatial, physical and human scaled experiences. Abstractions and explorations with literal tangents to expand boundaries of understanding and humanities are encouraged.
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Multi-disciplinary Design (www.design.utah.edu)
Design at the University of Utah is a unified front of academics, professionals and students redefining the design language as it evolves beneath and beyond us. Students in the program move through a series of experiences exposing them to high craft, grounded research, ethics, leadership/collaboration skills and new technologies in the digital, physical and platform realms.
The Digital Matters Lab is a joint venture with the Architecture+Planning, Fine Arts, Humanities, and the Marriott Library. Its purpose is three-fold. First, to serve as the locus for computationally enhanced humanities research and pedagogy, with a strength in cultural criticism and theory. Second, to provide a space for undergraduate, graduate, and faculty to learn both method and methodologies of humanities-centered information technology. And third, to link the humanities with other disciplines and the broader community. The lab will support scholars working in textual, visual, and aural domains.
The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate based upon race, national origin, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, status as a person with a disability, genetic information, or Protected Veteran status.