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Tenure-Track Faculty // Interior Design
Lawrence Technological University You are bright, energetic, and looking for a position that rewards exploration and promotes thinking across boundaries. You are looking to lead the charge in the Interiors programs at Lawrence Technological University, which is focused on being an agile and entrepreneurial tech incubator. You are interested in reaching beyond the moment and into the future of materials, practice, technologies, human behavior, collaboration, and cross-disciplinary opportunities to bring our outstanding students into the design disciplines of Interior Design, Architecture, Product Design, Transportation Design, Game Design and Graphic Design. You have a deep interest in teaching, collaborative scholarship, and emerging technologies. You have a terminal degree in Interior Design, Architecture or Interior Architecture, have the potential of NCIDQ certification, and have experience in commercial design. You are able to demonstrate a combination of practice-based studio, as well as lecture-based teaching experience at the college level. You have an area of focus in addition to Interior Design that might include workplace strategy, healthcare, or human comfort. You are great at developing a creative professional network, and you would be excited to build a strong synergy between LTU and the Metro Detroit design scene. You will gain valor with each step accomplished, but are prepared to have the finish line moved forward following each successful mission.
Tenure-Track Faculty in Interiors
Drexel University SEE LINK FOR FULL DESCRIPTION
Assistant/Associate Professor in Interiors
Drexel University’s Department of Architecture, Design & Urbanism invites applications for a 9-month tenure track position teaching in the core curriculum of the Interiors Program beginning September 1, 2023.
This position calls for candidates who have previous teaching experience, administrative potential, and can demonstrate collaborative, creative work in their area(s) of expertise.
• Minimum of a professional degree in interior design/interior architecture (BS, BA or BFA in Interior Design/interior architecture) with sustained professional experience. If candidate has more than one degree, at least one degree must be in Interior Design/Interior Architecture
• Minimum of 2 years of professional practice in interior design/interior architecture.
· Minimum of 3 years of college level teaching experience
· Able to teach diverse communities employing inclusive pedagogy and diverse viewpoints.
· Evidence-based approaches to design, such as the impact of design on diverse and minoritized communities.
· Research, Experience, Expertise in one or several of the following areas:
· Emerging technologies (in areas such as representation, fabrication, AI, AR, VR)
· Human-centered design
· Environmental wellness
· Participatory and community-based design
· Design equity and social justice
• Working knowledge and/or certification in LEED, WELL, Fitwel, or other design standards.
• NCIDQ certified or NCIDQ-eligible.
Assistant Professor (Tenurable)
Mount Royal University The successful candidate will teach various courses in the Bachelor of Interior Design, with an initial focus on Systems (construction and codes) and Studio. Additional courses may include Tools (graphic communications and technology) and Design & Precedent (design theory and techniques).
The successful applicant will be an Interior Design practitioner and will have: - A minimum of a Master’s degree in Interior Design (or related area) - A minimum of 5 years experience in professional interior design practice (or a related field) - Professional knowledge of, and experience with, interior building systems such as and not limited to building construction, construction documentation, lighting, acoustics, material science, building codes, and sustainable design - Experience and familiarity across multiple areas of practice, including a broad range of projects with a variety of scales and types, and the ability to apply design knowledge to classroom and studio environments - Undergraduate teaching experience in both studio and lecture-based courses - A demonstrated passion for design and keen interest in engaging with students, colleagues and practitioners - NCIDQ certification or the ability to achieve it within the first year of employment - Currency and competency in relevant design software, such as AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, REVIT, and SketchUp
In addition, any of the following would be definite assets: - Certification in LEED AP and/or WELL Building Standards - Experience in curriculum development, pedagogy and assessment (including creating lectures, learnings activities and assignments) - Demonstrated commitment to enhancing equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) - Demonstrated knowledge and experience with non-Western design traditions, Indigenous ways of understanding space and land, and/or design for social
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Tenure-Track Interior Design Faculty
Bellevue College Position Summary Seeking qualified candidates for a full-time tenure track Interior Design faculty member for Fall 2023. Candidates must have experience teaching or directing others in professional practices, methodologies, skills, and content related to a variety of interior project types; maintain current expertise in at least one area of interior design practice; and create an active learning, project-based curriculum for students.
About The College Bellevue College is a catalyst and collaborator for a vibrant region, located just 10 miles east of Seattle. We are committed to teaching excellence that advances the life-long educational development of its students while strengthening the economic, social and cultural life of its diverse community.
About the Department The Bachelor of Applied Arts in Interior Design is CIDA accredited, and provides students with a broad foundation in fine arts and design, rigorous and varied methods of design investigation, and exposure to a variety of interior project types and relevant design problems. The program attracts students with diverse cultural and academic backgrounds who value the practice-based experiences and academic perspectives of our faculty.
Minimum Qualifications Include: Master's degree from an institution whose accreditation is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) in interior design, architecture, interior architecture, environmental design, or industrial design; or a bachelor’s degree in a related field from a CHEA institution, plus broad and comprehensive training, industry recognized certifications or credentials, and five years of relevant work and/or teaching experience that particularly qualifies the applicant to provide instruction as described in the position summary.
For a full job description, qualifications, and application, please follow this link: https://www.bellevuecollege.edu/jobs/ Click: Job Opportunities and enter 12442 in the search field.
University of North Texas We are looking for a lecturer with a renewable 3yr contract in the interior design program
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Baylor Univeristy The Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Human Sciences and Design will support Dr. Debra Harris’ research program by contributing to research planning, execution of research studies, proposal development and writing manuscripts for publication; and managing the lab team. In addition, the postdoc will have dedicated time to work on their research with mentoring support and gain teaching experience.
Anticipated start date is July 1, 2023. Funding for this appointment ends on May 31, 2024. The appointment may continue if external funding is acquired.
Dr. Harris’ research is interdisciplinary, interventional, and translational, focusing on indoor environmental quality (IEQ) and the impact on human health and occupant experience in the built environment. The current focus of scholarship activity is the development of a software product that assists architects and designers with integrating evidence-based design strategies in active projects focused on health & wellness, and sustainability. Another area of research focuses on the implication of material interaction with chemical and biological contaminants known to cause injury or illness. Research inquiry evaluates how materials contribute to transmission in the indoor environment.
Responsibilities: • Planning and executing research projects • Collecting and analyzing data • Contributing to high-quality and high-impact manuscripts for publication in peer review journals across collaborative disciplines • Contributing to securing extramural funding • Managing the Laboratory Team • Student mentoring
Qualifications: • PhD (or ABD) in Interior Design, Architecture, Environmental Behavior, or a comparable area. • Research experience in healthcare and/or community architecture and design related to indoor environmental quality • Excellent written and oral communication skills • Ability to work in a highly collaborative team environment
Assistant Professor of Interior Design - Tenure Track (2)
Parsons School of Design Parsons School of Design, a college of The New School, invites candidates for positions of tenure-track Assistant Professor of Interior Design, in the School of Constructed Environments.
Given Parsons’ leading position in the field as one of the longest standing interior design programs in the country, we seek candidates with demonstrated expertise in interior design practice and research, as well as innovative pedagogical approaches in teaching interior design at an undergraduate and graduate level. The candidate should possess a strong understanding of interior design processes, its history, and the changing nature of the discipline. The successful candidate will bring critical perspectives on the discipline of interior design, with particular attention to the current environmental and health consequences of material-based practices. Successful candidates will demonstrate a capacity to work collaboratively, to engage communities that are underrepresented in the field, and situate the practice and education of interior design in relationship to global issues of climate and social justice.
Professor of Interior Design (2)
SCAD Atlanta SCAD Atlanta has two full-time faculty Professor of Interior Design positions open. Join us! Check out scadcareers.edu for details or ask Professor Brian Sweny, IDEC Vancouver BC conference attendee for more information. Have a wonderful conference!
Professor of Interior Design
Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) SCAD Savannah. Georgia has two FT Professor of Interior Design positions open. One position is remote. See scadcareers.edu for details or ask Prof. Monica Letourneau IDEC Vancouver BC attendee for more information. Have a wonderful conference!