Job #: 075076
Pay Range: Commensurate with experience
FLSA Status: Exempt
Regular University Hours
Job Type: Full-time
Campus: Syracuse, NY
Syracuse University School of Architecture seeks a one year Visiting Assistant Teaching Professor in Architectural History, to teach a combination of general survey courses in the history of architecture and/or small lecture classes in their field of expertise to undergraduate and graduate students.
- Candidates should have completed, or almost completed, a Ph.D. in Architectural History or Art History with a primary focus in architecture and urbanism.
Job Specific Qualifications
We are particularly interested in candidates whose scholarly agenda examines the interconnected global histories of architecture and the built environment in the Americas (any period) and who demonstrate a commitment to teaching history in a professional school of architecture.
Those of a full time faculty member with a teaching load of 6 credit hours per semester, including:
- Developing and/or updating a class syllabus
- Ordering the appropriate books and materials in advance of the class start date
- Preparation of lectures, projects or other student assignments
- Maintaining regularly scheduled office hours
- Presenting instruction based on the competencies and performance levels of the course
- Meeting all designated class periods
- Submitting completed mid-semester progress reports and final grades according to University regulations
- Grading student assignments and exams in timely manner
- Providing departmentally sanctioned forms for completed student evaluations
- Manage and organize TA responsibilities and workload, including grading and discussion sections
- Participate in ad hoc committees or assist with other special projects as needed.
In addition to completing an online application, please attach a curriculum vitae and cover letter.
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