Woodbury School of Architecture seeks to hire three new faculty as it expands its interdisciplinary degree offerings in three new programs: Sustainable Practices, Construction Management, and Applied Computer Science – Media Arts. These positions underscore our mission to produce graduates who affirm the power of design to improve the built environment and the lives of the people who inhabit it. We believe that good design is a human right and that we must creatively and diligently address the pressing issues of our time. In a world of accelerating social and technological change, we strive to create an environment that empowers our students to impact the future of practice with rigor and integrity.
Woodbury University invites applications for a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor to develop and pilot curricula for a new Sustainable Practices program.
Housed in the School of Architecture, the BA in Sustainable Practices is a new interdisciplinary degree that integrates knowledge of economics, policy, design, and environment to advance the field of sustainability. It promotes a rigorous understanding of how resources are used and how decisions are made in society, as well as the impact of technology and consumption on the environment. Central to the curriculum are interdisciplinary, problem-based studio courses that challenge students to develop links between the theory and practice of sustainability in real-world contexts.
Woodbury University invites applications for a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor to develop and pilot curricula for a new Construction Management program.
The School of Architecture’s BS in Construction Management is a new interdisciplinary program that develops skillsets for a changing world. This unique curriculum incorporates design and technology tools with environmental stewardship and traditional planning, coordinating, and supervising skills. Students earning a construction management degree gain knowledge and skills in design, construction, business, and digital tools to become leaders and entrepreneurs in construction and design-related industries. Delivered through a studio-based format, this program integrates design, computation, business and executive skills, sustainability and liberal arts knowledge with experiential, hands-on learning. We seek faculty whose scholarship, creative work, and research addresses the lives, experiences, and cultural traditions of Black, Indigenous, and communities of color to help build a program that expands technological access and authorship within underrepresented groups.
Woodbury University invites applications for a full-time Assistant or Associate Professor to teach in the Applied Computer Science – Media Arts program.
The program is a hybrid of design, technology and arts focusing on emerging digital practices. The program uses computer science as a tool to innovate within the fields of design and media arts. The core of the program is focused on expanding access to programming and technology outside the traditional bounds of computer science to include the arts and the humanities. We seek faculty whose scholarship, creative work and research addresses the lives, experiences, and cultural traditions of Black, Indigenous, and communities of color to help in building a program that expands technological access and authorship within underrepresented groups.
About Woodbury School of Architecture
Woodbury School of Architecture is distinguished by its multiple locations at the heart of the Southern California creative industries: Los Angeles and San Diego. Together, these sites form a critical infrastructure for architectural investigations. We educate our students as entrepreneurs, citizen architects, and cultural builders equally committed to professional practice, theoretical discourse, social equity and to formal and technological inquiry. Our faculty is comprised of active and prolific architects, academics and designers.
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