The Architecture Section of the Knowlton School at The Ohio State University invites applications for a Lecturer position.
We are currently seeking applicants for the position of part-time Lecturer to provide course instruction for design studios and representation courses in the Architecture section of the Knowlton School. All courses are taught in person on the Universitys main campus in Columbus, Ohio.
Presenting course material and guiding students through assignments
Creating an engaging and inclusive classroom environment
Demonstrated commitment to student success
Collaboration with fellow instructors
Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor of Architecture or Masters degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in architecture.
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills
At least six months of experience in architecture practice, teaching, or a combination of both.
Selected applicants will be requested to meet with the Section Head to confirm their qualifications as part of the interview process.
How to Apply
You will be presented with the opportunity to attach up to FIVE documents in the Application Documents section. Please include the following:
Attachment 1: Cover Letter: 1 page letter, which should include a brief summary of your background and why you are interested in this opportunity. Please pay particular attention to the qualifications listed above when writing this letter.
Attachment 2: CV (Curriculum Vitae): Detailed overview of your relevant experiences, including any experience in teaching.
Attachment 3: Portfolio or Work Samples: Graphic portfolio or work samples showing design work from academic or professional experience.
Questions about the position can be addressed to Dr. Phu Hoang, Architecture Section Head, at email@example.com .
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position(s) are filled.
Located in the award-winning Mack Scogin Merrill Elam Architects-designed building on The Ohio State Universitys Columbus Campus, the Knowlton School fosters a singular environment for innovative design research and critical inquiry within its three sections: architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning. As part of the College of Engineering, the Knowlton School enjoys the benefits of a large research institution including collaborative relationships with departments in engineering, design, ecology, history, as well as the Wexner Center for the Arts. The schools ongoing catalogue of special programs includes the Baumer Visiting Professorship, the LeFevre Emerging Practitioner Fellowship, a lecture series, gallery exhibitions, and the Source Books series. Architecture has approximately 420 students, 19 full-time and 15 auxiliary faculty members.
Founded in 1899, the Architecture Section at the Knowlton School occupies a distinct place in U.S. architectural education. A strong design culture and pioneering work with technology is the foundation of its educational missionthis has long informed its culture of making. Knowlton Architecture today seeks to have an impact, intertwining aesthetic explorations with questions of social and environmental importance. It is through this intersectional and entangled thinkingcultural production and society, climate and aestheticsthat students design for better and more inclusive futures. The sections catalogue of special programs includes the Baumer Visiting Professorship, the Trott Visiting Professorship, the LeFevre Emerging Practitioner Fellowship, a lecture series, gallery exhibitions, and the Source Books in Architecture series. The architecture section comprises 420 students, 19 full-time and 15 auxiliary faculty.
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