Clemson University, School of Architecture
School of Architecture; College of Architecture, Arts & Humanities
Lecturer(s), (Clemson campus)
The School of Architecture at Clemson University seeks highly qualified and motivated candidates for multiple full-time or part-time Lecturer positions starting in Fall 2019. These will be annual renewable positions beginning August 15, 2019. Full-time Lecturers will be eligible to participate in Clemson University employee benefit programs.
Candidates should be qualified to teach undergraduate and graduate architecture design studio and should demonstrate a strong record in research, scholarship and practice/public service/community design work. Minimum requirements for these positions include a Master’s Degree in architecture, urban design or other related professional fields, with prior teaching and/or professional design experience. Candidates need to provide evidence of research and/or creative work related to design and contemporary practice. Architectural/engineering registration or a Ph.D. is preferred.
Candidates with a demonstrated dedication to architecture and teaching, as well as interdisciplinary interests are encouraged to apply. Candidates hired for full-time positions will teach an undergraduate or graduate design studio and a 3-credit course in their area of expertise and in the school’s areas of curricular need each semester. Candidates hired for part-time positions will teach an undergraduate or graduate design studio or a 3-credit course only each semester. In addition to teaching courses, lecturers will actively participate in the life of the school.
Interested candidates should submit the following materials in digital format:
1) Letter of interest (maximum two pages), addressed to Kate Schwennsen, School Director, that outlines teaching, research/scholarship, and service objectives;
2) Curriculum vitae;
3) Names and contact information of three references (one page and no letters); and
4) Portfolio of relevant studio, professional and scholarly work (maximum ten pages).
All of these documents should be combined in a single PDF file for electronic submission no larger than 10 MB in size, through Interfolio, (https://apply.interfolio.com/62133).
For full consideration, application materials must be received by May 24th, 2019.
The School of Architecture, part of the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities that encompasses eight other departments, celebrated its centennial in 2013. In January 2012, the school expanded into Lee III, a 55,000 sf LEED Gold, AIA National Honor Award-winning addition designed by Clemson alum Thomas Phifer. The school maintains three off-campus academic centers in Charleston, SC; Genoa, Italy; and Barcelona, Spain. The school has approximately 500 student majors enrolled in undergraduate and graduate degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture, and graduate degrees in Historic Preservation and Resilient Urban Design. The NAAB-accredited M.Arch is regularly listed by Design Intelligenceas one of “America’s Best”. Additional information about the School of Architecture can be found at http://www.clemson.edu/architecture.
Clemson University is a top 25 public research university. Clemson is the land grant institution of South Carolina with more than 25,000 students in over 200 degree programs. Located in the Upstate of South Carolina, the city of Clemson provides a small college-town setting on the shores of Lake Hartwell, near both the scenic foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the metropolitan areas of Greenville-Spartanburg, SC; Asheville and Charlotte, NC; and Atlanta, GA. Additional information about the Clemson University can be found at: http://www.clemson.edu/.
Clemson University is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate against any person or group on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, pregnancy, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or genetic information. Clemson University is building a culturally diverse faculty and staff committed to working in a multicultural environment and encourages applications from minorities and women.