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Pro Tem Instructors and Researchers/Distinguished Visiting Faculty - Archive
Architecture and Interior Architecture

Posting: 160203
Closes: 2017-04-30

Eugene and Portland

The Department of Architecture at the University of Oregon is seeking qualified applicants for our Pro Tem teaching and research pools.  Positions are limited duration appointments potentially renewable for up to a total of three years.  In limited circumstances, there is the possibility of renewal beyond three years based on programmatic need, funding and performance.  These appointments are contingent on funding.  Salary is dependent on education and experience. The University of Oregon is committed to creating a more inclusive and diverse institution and seeks candidates with demonstrated potential to contribute positively to its diverse community.

Pro Tem instructors: The architecture and interior architecture programs invite applications for part-time and limited-duration positions to teach courses in professional subjects, including drawing courses and building information modeling (Revit) courses, furniture design, fabrication, construction documents, as well as design studios.  An advanced degree in architecture or interior architecture or an allied field from an accredited institution is required.  A professional degree or PhD is preferred. In exceptional circumstances, significant professional experience in a relevant field may substitute for the advanced degree.

Pro Tem assistant or associate researchers:  Conduct research under the direction of an architecture or interior architecture faculty member.  An advanced degree in architecture or interior architecture or an allied field from an accredited institution is required.  A professional degree or PhD is preferred. In exceptional circumstances, a BA or BS degree and evidence of substantial professional experience in a relevant field may substitute for the advanced degree.

One-term Distinguished Visiting Faculty Positions:  The Frederick Charles Baker Chair in Architectural Design, with a special focus on the study of light and lighting; the Pietro Belluschi Distinguished Professor in Architectural Design; the Margo Grant Walsh Professor in Interior Architectural Design; and the Julie Neupert Stott Visiting Professor in Interior Architectural Design. These positions are for exceptional practitioners and academics who provide special expertise in areas of focus in our department. Appointments to the distinguished professorships are made from an open pool of candidates. An advanced degree in architecture or interior architecture or an allied field from an accredited institution is required.  A professional degree or PhD is preferred.  In exceptional circumstances, significant professional experience in a relevant field may substitute for the advanced degree.

Applications for all positions will be accepted on a continuous basis and the pool will remain active through April 2017.  Screening of applications will take place as positions become available and continue until positions are filled.  Applications will be kept on file and applicants will be contacted as appropriate openings occur.

To apply, send a statement of interest and a current resume or curriculum vitae to:  Pro Tem instructor/research pool, Department of Architecture 1206 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-1206.  Electronic applications may be sent to Nancy McNaught mcnaught@uoregon.edu.


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