Professor of Landscape Architecture (ecological / environmental engineering) at Harvard University GSD

Professor of Landscape Architecture (ecological / environmental engineering)

The GSD is seeking one or more individuals at the senior faculty level whose work focuses on ecological or environmental engineering. Placed in the department of landscape architecture, the successful candidate will have the interest and ability to address issues of his/her field and design across the departments at the GSD. S/He will be expected to play a role in the school’s advanced studies and doctoral programs, and serve as a liaison to related groups across Harvard. We are particularly interested in individuals who have the capacity to bridge between ecology, technology, infrastructure, and contemporary design culture in landscape architecture and urbanism. The appointment will be made at the level of full-time tenured Professor, part-time tenured Professor in Practice or part-time Adjunct Professor with responsibilities for teaching, research, and administration. Candidates should have an internationally respected record of research and publication and should be able to interact with related disciplines at Harvard. Prior teaching experience in the context of a graduate school is preferable.

Applications will be reviewed on a continuing basis. To apply, candidates should submit a one page letter of intent and a current c.v. to: Melinda Starmer, Director of Faculty Planning, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, Tel: 617-495-5409, Fax: 617-495-9026, E-mail: mstarmer@gsd.harvard.edu.

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