Temp Parttime Faculty in Historic Preservation and Regionalism - req# 9039
Temp Parttime Faculty in Historic Preservation and Regionalism
|Hiring Department||SAAP Landscape Architecture Program (515J)|
|Academic Location||School of Architecture and Planning|
|Campus||Main - Albuquerque, NM|
|Benefits Eligible||Adjunct faculty may be eligible to receive certain UNM benefits in some cases. See the Benefits home page for more information.|
The School of Architecture and Planning is seeking temporary, part-time Lecturers to teach graduate level courses in the Historic Preservation and Regionalism Graduate Certificate Program and the Southwest Summer Institute. Lecturers are appointed to teach one course during the fall 2019, or spring 2020, or summer 2020 semesters. Applications received by June 21 2019 will have best consideration for the fall position. The positions are open until filled.
Fall 2019- June 21, 2019
Spring 2020- November 1, 2019
Summer February 21, 2020
The Historic Preservation and Regionalism Graduate Certificate Program is offered through the School of Architecture and Planning. Other Programs in the School include Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Community & Regional Planning. The Southwest Summer Institute offers three intensive historic preservation courses during June and/or July to students and professionals in preservation, design, planning, history, sustainability, library science and related fields, as well as the general public, who are welcome to register as non-degree students. The transcripted six-course Certificate in Historic Preservation & Regionalism integrates historic preservation with contemporary design, planning and community development grounded in history, culture and place.
The Historic Preservation and Regionalism Program is seeking candidates who have expertise in any of the following areas:
· The history, theory, policy and professional practices of preservation, regionalism and related place-based approaches.
· Preservation technologies.
· Government cultural resource management practices
· Critical Regionalism, New Urbanism, Smart Growth and Sustainability planning approaches built on climatically- and culturally-adapted forms, and on mass transit and mixed-use neighborhoods.
· Adaptive re-use of and additions to historical buildings
· Heritage tourism and cultural landscape planning.
· The roles of public history, art and annual celebrations in fostering community identity.
The HPR program is housed at the School of Architecture and Planning on UNM’s main campus in the award-winning George Pearl Hall, designed by architect Antoine Predock. In addition to the spacious, naturally lit design studios, the building has a Fabrication Lab and Computer/Print Lab.
Application Instructions: Submit cover letter, CV and contact information for 3 references. Please indicate in a cover letter your availability and interest in teaching during Fall (August-December) Spring (January-May). Summer (June/July),
· Minimum Qualifications:
· Master Degree in either of the following:
· Landscape Architecture
· Preferred Qualifications:
· A knowledge of adobe suite, Microsoft office, and basic architectural drawing software
· Knowledge of historic preservation in the United States with a strong focus on the Southwest.
· Basic knowledge on materiality and how it applies to historic preservation in the United States.
· An understanding of historic preservation law and policy in the United States.
· Demonstrates an emphasis on Southwest culture and traditions to best be applied in Historic Preservation standards.
· A demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and student success, as well as working with broadly diverse communities.
|Application Instructions||Please attach the following;Your CVCover letter 3 references please include:NamePhone Numberemail address |
Applicants who are appointed to a UNM faculty position are required to provide an official certification of successful completion of all degree requirements prior to their initial employment with UNM.
|For Best Consideration||This posting will remain active until 6/21/2019. Anyone who applies for a position under this posting will automatically be considered for openings in subsequent semesters unless they indicate in their cover letter that they are not interested in teaching in specific semesters.|
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