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Job Posting Tenure -Track Faculty in Interior Design

Post Date:

October 19, 2018


Lawrence Technological University


Southfield, MI


We Need You.

It’s true, we really do.  You are bright, energetic, exceptional – looking for a position that rewards exploration and promotes thinking across boundaries.  You are looking to lead the charge in the Interiors programs at Lawrence Technological University, which is focused on being an agile and entrepreneurial tech incubator.

You are interested in reaching beyond the moment and into the future of materials, practice, technology, human behavior, collaboration, and cross-disciplinary opportunities to bring our outstanding students into the design disciplines of Interior Architecture, Architecture, Urban Design, Industrial and Transportation Design, Game Art and Graphic Design.

You have a deep interest in teaching, collaborative scholarship, and emerging technologies.  You have a terminal degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture, have the potential of NCIDQ certification, and have experience in commercial design.  LEED and EDAC certifications wouldn’t be too bad either.

You’re able to demonstrate a combination of practiced-based studio, as well as lecture-based teaching experience at the college level, and the ability to work with, advise, and promote a diverse student body.

You are great at developing a creative professional network, and you would be excited to build a strong synergy between LTU and the Metro Detroit scene.

You will gain valor with each step accomplished, but are prepared to have the finish line moved forward following each successful mission.

If you can say “Yes, that’s me!  I’m right here!” – check out for more information – but do so before 01.07.19 because we need you here.

The College of Architecture and Design at Lawrence Technological University

The College of Architecture and Design (CoAD) offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a range of design-related disciplines with emphasis on professional practice and technological innovation. With the Detroit Center for Design and Technology (DCDT), the College leverages its location through industry-sponsored projects, research collaborations, and community outreach. The College cultivates broader multidisciplinary discussion within it university which presents design as having a central role.

The Department of Architecture, within the College of Architecture and Design, prepares students to critically engage creative inquiry, visual literacy, and design thinking, with an emphasis upon practical application and social responsibility.  This is accomplished through a commitment to history, theory, and making within both traditional and emerging practices.  Our methods embrace the dialogue between physical and digital approaches and technologies, and are designed to support the education of a new generation of innovators.

Required Application Documents

Interested candidates should e-mail a single PDF that is less than 10MB.
The PDF should contain:

(1)  letter of interest
(2)  curriculum vitae
(3)  list of three references with contact information
(4)  portfolio of relevant professional, scholarly, and creative work
(5)  portfolio of student work if applicable
(6)  a 1-2 page statement describing the applicant’s scholarly and pedagogical philosophy

PDF should be emailed to Kate Roy at

To ensure full consideration, applicants should submit all application materials by January 7, 2019.

Lawrence Technological University is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer.

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