The Yale University School of Architecture invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in architectural design, with a complementary focus on research in architectural sciences, at the ranks of untenured Assistant Professor, untenured Associate Professor or Associate Professor with Tenure, depending on qualifications.
Although undergraduate teaching is possible, responsibilities will primarily include graduate level teaching in studios and seminars, advising PhD and Post Doctoral research, and leading funded research initiatives in the school. The successful candidate will also help to lead the School in its collaborations with other programs and professional schools around the Yale campus.
Candidates for this position are expected to stand among the foremost leaders in their fields throughout the world. They should possess an emerging international reputation based on a distinguished record of innovative design activity and scholarly publications, as well as a track record in sponsored research. A Ph.D. or equivalent in a directly related field is preferred. Candidates must hold a professional degree in Architecture or a directly related field and have notable professional experience as well as experience in leading graduate level design studios and seminars.
The appointment could begin as early as July 1, 2019. All applicants should submit a letter of application, a cv, and statement of teaching and research interests. Review of applications will begin on March 29 and continue until the position is filled.
Two Appointments: one in Architectural Design and one in Architectural Design Technology. Appointments will be made at the assistant professor rank, either tenure-track or non-ladder (adjunct 3-5 year renewable), depending on qualifications.
The successful candidate will teach graduate design studios, lectures, or seminars that draw from the candidate’s research interests in one of YSOA’s four distribution areas – Design and Visualization; History and Theory, Technology and Practice; or Urbanism and Landscape. The candidate may also teach architecture or urban studies courses as part of Yale College’s undergraduate program. In addition to teaching, the successful candidate will advise graduate students, serve on School and University committees, actively contribute to YSOA’s growing interdisciplinary reach, and participate in the School’s vibrant community programming.
Candidates must hold a (master’s level) professional degree in Architecture or a directly related field, must have a strong background in teaching, and must demonstrate promise in producing ongoing original high-quality work in practice and/or scholarship.
To apply, please submit a letter of interest which situates teaching, practice, and/or research relative to one of the two offered positions; curriculum vitae; three references; and a PDF of work samples and/ descriptions not to exceed 10 pages online.