Chatham University Seeking Assistant Professor - Interior Architecture-School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Friday, January 27, 2012

Chatham University Seeking Assistant Professor - Interior Architecture

Application Review Begins 27 February

Chatham University, a thriving dynamic institution with three colleges and one school -- Chatham College for Women and the co-educational College for Graduate Studies, College for Continuing and Professional Studies, and School for Sustainability and the Environment -- is seeking a full-time faculty member beginning Fall 2012 for a renewable term position at the Assistant Professor level in Interior Architecture.

Candidates should have the ability to teach a variety of interior design lecture and studio courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in teaching one or more of the following: CAD (including AutoCAD, SketchUP, Revit and Max), Lighting, Drawing and Drafting, Design Fundamentals and Design Studios. Candidates should be familiar with research methods, and be able to oversee graduate research activities. In addition to teaching three courses each semester in his/her area of expertise, the successful candidate will participate in program development, form liaisons with the interior design industry, cooperate with faculty to promote the interior architecture program and actively assist with accreditation efforts. Additionally, the University expects faculty members to serve on departmental and university committees, participate in student advising, pursue an active scholarly agenda, and provide service to the interior design profession.

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