University of Hartford

Two Assistant Professor of Architecture Positions

 

The College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) at the University of Hartford seeks Two Assistant Professors of Architecture with the responsibility to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in Position One: Sustainable Design, (resilient buildings, design studio, building systems, and technology), and Position Two: Building Technology (architectural structures and building materials with additional expertise in environmental systems). The Department seeks individuals who are committed to excellent teaching that engages and inspires students.

Position One: Sustainable Design. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in sustainable design, resilient buildings, design studio, and technology in the Department of Architecture. Candidates should have in-depth knowledge and expertise in the field of sustainable design, resilient buildings, building systems, and technology (such as renewable energy technologies, architectural and building technology, sustainable design technology). Ability to teach courses in sustainable construction, materials, and structures will be an added advantage. Candidates should show a willingness and ability to employ state-of-the-art simulation software and technology in teaching sustainable design courses.

We seek applicants able to teach and conduct research in the broadly-defined areas of sustainable design. The program is particularly interested in candidates with research experience and a successful record of scholarship.

Position Two: Building Technology. The successful candidate will teach courses at the undergraduate and graduate level, including required courses in building structures and building technology, and architecture electives; and will aid in the development of new areas of building technology research at the graduate level.

We seek applicants able to teach and conduct research in the broadly-defined areas of building technology. The program is particularly interested in candidates with research experience and a successful record of scholarship. Examples of areas of research may include, but are not limited to, next generation concepts for high performance, sustainable, and low-cost materials; new approaches to materials, processes and structures for sustainable built environments; and the integration of building design with structure, sustainable/resilient design, and environmental systems.

For the complete position descriptions, specific qualifications, and required submission materials please use this link: https://hartford.peopleadmin.com/postings/5953.