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Position: Director, Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture
at the LSUAM College of Art and Design (Alcibiades P Tsolakis (00013160))
Pay grade: Academic

Job Description:
The Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture seeks a dynamic Director to contribute to the teaching, research, and service missions of the school, the interdisciplinary setting of the College of Art & Design, and the collaborative opportunities offered by Louisiana State University (LSU). The Director is the executive officer of the school and is responsible to the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost through the Dean of the College of Art & Design. The Director is expected to provide innovative and visionary leadership, advance their research and scholarly interests, and exhibit dedication to advancement in all areas of the school. LSU invites applications and nominations for this position for an anticipated appointment commencing on July 1, 2024.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides leadership for the educational programs in the school and college.
  • Prepares and executes the school’s budget.
  • Cultivates external resources to support the school’s initiatives.
  • Assumes responsibility for managing the school’s quality, effectiveness, and progress.
  • Provides leadership in developing and implementing the schools’ vision and mission and participates in curriculum development.
  • Promotes excellence in teaching and scholarship.
  • Facilitates and participates in faculty growth, development, and mentoring.
  • Supervises faculty performance and recommends all appointments and other personnel actions relating to the school’s academic and non-academic staff.
  • Encourages and facilitates communication, understanding, and collegiality while providing professional leadership.
  • Engages in recruiting, participates in design reviews, advising, mentoring, and actively supports building community in the school and within the profession.
  • Promotes the public image of the school and university and increases the visibility of the school.
  • Teaches graduate and/or undergraduate courses based on qualifications and expertise.
  • Participates on graduate committees and maintains membership in the Graduate School Council.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture, Environmental Design , Urban Planning, Urban Design, or a related field.
  • At least one professional degree in Landscape Architecture (undergraduate or graduate) or equivalent degree from outside North America.
  • Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills through experience or training
  • Distinguished record in teaching, research, and service sufficient to merit tenure.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A Ph.D. degree or licensure in Landscape Architecture or a related field.
  • Experience with the undergraduate and graduate professional program accreditation process.
  • Academic administrative experience including management of budgets, personnel, and curriculum development at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing strategic plans.
  • Demonstrated record of commitment to faculty development and mentoring.

    RRSLA has an active, worldwide alumni network that has made stellar contributions over the years in the areas of scholarships, lectureships, and faculty support. The school, with the establishment of the Bickham Chair, annually attracts visiting scholars and professionals to teach and offer innovative enrichment initiatives. The regional setting in the Lower Mississippi River Valley provides broad opportunities to study the interactions of the built environment, ecological systems, and culture in shaping the landscape through design. The school’s curriculum offers a range of experiences including multi-disciplinary collaborations, study-abroad opportunities, travel embedded design studios, and internships in the United States and abroad. The school is actively engaged in grant funded research through projects in the Coastal Ecosystem Design Studio.

Additional Job Description

The Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture (RRSLA) is committed to excellence and advancement of landscape architectural education through research , theory and practice, innovation, critical thinking, and iterative making rooted in the context of the American South. The school has an established international reputation as one of America’s leading and consistently top-ranked programs offering degrees leading to the Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and the Master of Landscape Architecture. For more than 60 years, the school has produced landscape architects who practice all over the world and participate in the full spectrum of the discipline.

RRSLA has an active, worldwide alumni network that has made stellar contributions over the years in the areas of scholarships, lectureships, and faculty support. The school, with the establishment of the Bickham Chair, annually attracts visiting scholars and professionals to teach and offer innovative enrichment initiatives. The regional setting in the Lower Mississippi River Valley provides broad opportunities to study the interactions of the built environment, ecological systems, and culture in shaping the landscape through design. The school’s curriculum offers a range of experiences including multi-disciplinary collaborations, study-abroad opportunities, travel embedded design studios, and internships in the United States and abroad. The school is actively engaged in grant funded research through projects in the Coastal Ecosystem Design Studio. Additionally, LSU’s 16-acre Hilltop Arboretum features a sizeable collection of endemic plants, serving as a laboratory and event center for the school and community. The school is in the College of Art & Design, along with Architecture, Art History, Interior Design, and Studio Arts, providing unique opportunities for collaboration and resource sharing.

Louisiana State University is located in South Louisiana, home to great historical traditions and diverse populations, known internationally for its music, food, historic architecture, and dynamic natural environment. The campus is in Louisiana’s capital city, Baton Rouge, a rapidly growing metropolitan area of almost one million people, just an hour from New Orleans. Louisiana State University is the largest institution of higher education in the state of Louisiana and is the only public university in the state to be designated a Carnegie Research University with “very high research activity.” It is one of 21 universities nationwide holding land, sea, and space-grant status, and is consistently ranked as one of the best universities in the country by Forbes, Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report and Kiplinger. LSU enjoys a lively and diverse community of over 37,000 faculty and students from every state and more than 120 countries. Occupying 2,000 acres on the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, LSU is approximately 80 miles northwest of New Orleans in the heart of the culturally diverse delta region. LSU’s campus, largely of Italian Renaissance architecture, is regarded as one of the top 20 most beautiful campuses in the United States with 57 buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places and over 1,200 magnificent Live Oak trees.

The Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture has established an international reputation as one of America’s leading and consistently top-ranked programs. The RRSLA undergraduate program has been consistently ranked in the top two in the nation for well over a decade; the 2017–18 ranking is the eighth time the undergraduate program has held the number one position since 2006. The graduate program has also been ranked within the top six in the nation for over 10 years, sharing top rankings with Harvard, Cornell, the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Pennsylvania. LSU is by far the most affordable graduate program of the top three. For more than 70 years, the program has produced landscape architects who practice all over the world and participate in the full spectrum of the discipline.

Additional Position Information

The review of applications will begin November 6, 2023, and continue until the position is filled. An offer of employment is contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment background check. Salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications.

LSU offers outstanding benefits to eligible employees and their dependents including health, life, dental, and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts; retirement options; various leave options; paid holidays; wellness benefits; tuition exemption for qualified positions; training and development opportunities; employee discounts; and more!

Special Requirements:
Application Requirements

Please provide a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae, statement of teaching and of research, and a list of at least five professional references including name, title, phone number and e-mail address. Digital copy of design portfolio optional. A copy of your transcript(s) may be attached to your application; however, original transcripts are required prior to hire.

For questions or concerns regarding the status of your application or salary ranges, please contact Elizabeth Duffy at 225-578-5400 or eduffy@lsu.edu.

Background Check - An offer of employment is contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment background check.

Closing Date: Open until filled if no date specified.

Additional personal information.
Benefits - LSU offers outstanding benefits to eligible employees and their dependents including health, life, dental, and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts; retirement options; various leave options; paid holidays; wellness benefits; tuition exemption for qualified positions; training and development opportunities; employee discounts; and more!

Remote Work - Positions approved to work remotely outside the State of Louisiana shall be employed through Louisiana State University’s partner, nextSource Workforce Solutions, for Employer of Record Services including but not limited to employment, benefits, payroll, and tax compliance. Positions employed through Employer of Record Services will be offered benefits and retirement as applicable through their provider and will not be eligible for State of Louisiana benefits and retirement.

For more information, please visit https://lsu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/LSU/job/0302-Julian-T-White-Hall/Director—Robert-Reich-School-of-Landscape-Architecture_R00086653



Assistant or Associate Professor, History and Theory of Landscape Architecture
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Open Date: Aug 01, 2023
Deadline:

The Department of Landscape Architecture at the Stuart Weitzman School of Design, University of Pennsylvania, welcomes highly qualified individuals to apply for an Assistant or Associate Professor position to offer graduate-level instruction in the area of the history and theory of landscape architecture. Scholars whose research and teaching addresses the topics of landscape and the environment though urban histories and ecologies; the histories of race, ethnicity, and colonialism as they relate to the landscape; the history of the natural sciences; emergent histories of plant humanities; circular ecologies and discard studies; the histories of gender, labor, and the environment; and/or the complexities of cultural landscapes are particularly welcome to apply.

The Department of Landscape Architecture is recognized internationally for its innovative ecological approach to the design of landscapes, public works, public spaces, and infrastructures. This approach addresses the rich and entangled web of everyday environmental relationships between living things—humans, plants, and animals—as well as the mineral world. A rich understanding of these ecologies is necessary to both address the ongoing climate crisis and seek reparative social and environmental justice.

In addition to the Department of Landscape Architecture, the Weitzman School includes the departments of Historic Preservation, City & Regional Planning, Architecture, and Fine Arts, providing potential for collaboration with other disciplines and departments. The Weitzman School prepares students to address complex sociocultural and environmental issues through thoughtful inquiry, creative expression, and innovation. As a diverse community of scholars and practitioners, we are committed to advancing the public good—both locally and globally—through art, design, planning, and preservation.

This position is a full-time tenure-track or tenured appointment at either the Assistant or Associate Professor level, with responsibilities for teaching, research, and administration, including engaged participation within the school’s design curriculum as a critic. The specific rank of the successful candidate will be determined based on experience and qualifications.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach graduate lecture and seminar courses in landscape architectural history and theory, including courses in areas of specialization that reflect the candidate’s research. Teaching will include required theory courses in the Department of Landscape Architecture and elective seminars open to the entire Weitzman School of Design. In addition to demonstrating effectiveness in teaching, successful applicants must provide evidence of a strong capacity for the production of scholarly work through a record of past publications and plans for future research. The position may also include the advising of PhD students in the Weitzman School’s cross-disciplinary areas. We also welcome the new faculty member to participate in the various research centers located at the School and University, particularly the Department of Landscape Architecture’s McHarg Center for Urbanism and Ecology.

Qualifications

Minimum qualifications: a PhD in the history of landscape architecture, history of architecture, urban studies, art history, geography, or another related field. A professionally accredited master’s degree in landscape architecture is preferred, but not required.

Application Instructions

Applicants should submit a cover letter that includes a succinct description of their agenda for research and scholarship; a curriculum vitae; two recent publications or writing samples; two recent course syllabi; a teaching statement; and a diversity statement describing how underrepresented, diverse, and global perspectives are incorporated into their research and teaching of history and theory. As part of the cover letter, candidates are encouraged to identify if/how their research and teaching interests connect with any of the
school’s concentrations in city planning and/or historic preservation. In addition, applicants should provide the names of three references who will be contacted at a later time. Applications from women candidates and underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged.

Applications should be addressed to the Chair of the Search Committee for the History and Theory of Landscape Architecture.

Review of applications will begin on November 1, 2023, and will continue until the position is filled. The position will begin on July 1, 2024, and the selected candidate is expected to begin teaching in fall 2024.

Questions should be directed to Eric Baratta, Assistant Director of Administration / Department Coordinator, Landscape Architecture, at: landarch@design.upenn.edu

To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/4500059

The University of Pennsylvania values diversity and seeks talented students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds. The University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Candidates are considered for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected class. Questions or concerns about this should be directed to the Executive Director of the https://www.upenn.edu/affirm-action/ and Equal Opportunity Programs, University of Pennsylvania, 421 Franklin Building, 3451 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6205; or (215) 898-6993 (Voice) or (215) 898-7803 (TDD).

Faculty Position in Landscape Architecture

The Landscape Architecture Program at the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning in the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology invites applications for a position at the senior lecturer or associate professor level. The appointments may start as early as March, 2024. Salary and compensation are compatible with Israeli university standards.

Qualifications
The successful candidate will demonstrate exemplary scholarship and a teaching record in their field, appropriate to their current rank. They will be expected to take a leadership role in opening the first professional Master of Landscape Architecture program in Israel and in contributing to the existing research graduate program and professional undergraduate program. Qualified candidates are expected to hold the terminal degree in their discipline and present a body of published scholarship. Candidates should hold a Ph.D. degree in landscape architecture or in a related field as detailed below. Responsibilities will include teaching in the core undergraduate and graduate curriculum, lectures, and seminars, supervising Master’s theses and Ph.D.dissertations, conducting cutting-edge research, and participating in faculty and university-wide activities. Most courses are taught in Hebrew, however, teaching may be conducted in English.

Applicants must have a demonstrated interest and track record in Landscape Architecture: history, theory, design, technology, representation, sustainability, cultural landscapes.

For further information please contact
Prof. Tal Alon-Mozes +972522492970
artal@technion.ac.il

Landscape Architecture in Israel
Landscape architecture plays a critical role in Israel, where land resources are limited, and cultural and social issues are cardinal. The landscape architecture program at the Technion is already an influential agent in the planning and design of Israel’s landscapes, and aspires to develop further a comprehensive/leadership vision for landscape planning and design through research, education and professional activities.

About the Technion
Situated in the coastal city of Haifa, the Technion is the leading institute of science and engineering in Israel. The Landscape Architecture Program was established in 1975 and is the sole accredited landscape architecture program in Israel. The B.L.A. program enrolls approximately 80 students, and a research-based M.Sc. degree was opened in 2011. A M.L.A. program was recently approved, and we are looking forward its opening in the near future. The program is housed in the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, which also includes graduate programs in Architecture, City and Regional Planning and Industrial Design.

For more information about the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, please see the web site at: http://architecture.technion.ac.il

Applicants should submit the following materials:
1. Letter of interest describing research, design, and teaching accomplishments and future goals
2. Curriculum vitae.
3. Evidence of creative work/scholarship and demonstration of teaching excellence.
4. Names and contact information of three references.

Deadline for submission: 30th of August 2023

Materials (electronic) should be addressed to:
Prof. Tal Alon-Mozes
Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning
Technion, Institute of Technology,
artal@technion.ac.il

Dublin City Council is looking for Landscape Architects

Dublin City Council seeks to enhance the city’s attraction as a place in which to invest, to work, to live and to visit. Parks, Biodiversity and Landscape Services sits within the Culture, Recreation & Economic Services Department. Its remit is to contribute to providing and attractive, green & sustainable city through the planning, design and management of a diverse range of landscape types and green assets, from the flagship parks to urban pocket parks and public realm.

The appointed Landscape Architect will report to the City Parks Superintendent and work as part of a team to deliver an ambitious programme of capital works improvements which includes the development of new parks, public realm projects, design of green infrastructure interventions and conservation of heritage infrastructure.

For more information, please visit https://careers.dublincity.ie/Job/JobDetail?JobId=452

PROFESSORSHIP FOR DIGITAL PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONS IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Welcome to Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences, the largest University of Applied Sciences in the German state of Lower Saxony. In addition to offering around 100 practice-oriented study programmes in three locations, we have an impressive teaching and research record, and provide excellent opportunities for personal development. Our students value the academic and professional expertise of our faculty, our international networks, and our modern university management. To fulfil our mission, we are looking for individuals with innovative ideas and life-long curiosity.

The Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Landscape Architecture of Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences invites applications for the tenured W2 position of: PROFESSORSHIP FOR DIGITAL PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONS IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Ref. No. AuL 265 P0523

The professorship “Digital Processes and Applications in Landscape Architecture” focuses on the dynamic development of digitalization in landscape architecture and represents digital process developments and applications in both teaching and research. The focus is on design, construction, and visualization in landscape architecture, requiring as a matter of course a BIM/LIM-compliant approach.

The criteria of the Lower Saxony Higher Education Act (NHG) govern the requirements for appointment to a professorship at Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences (https://www.hs-osnabrueck.de/berufungen-und-recruitment/​berufungsverfahren/​ormale-einstellungsvoraussetzungen/). These criteria must be met.

For the advertised professorship, these criteria are specified as follows in accordance with Section 25(1) NHG:
- The future incumbent is expected to have a university degree in the disciplines of landscape architecture, architecture, urban planning, civil engineering, infrastructure planning, or a comparable discipline
- The future incumbent is expected to have a particular aptitude for in-depth and independent academic work, usually demonstrated by an above-average doctorate.

Where applicable, the candidate may also provide evidence of relevant achievements equivalent to a doctorate.

- The candidate’s professional experience (five years of professional practice, of which at least three years must have been outside the university setting) is required to be demonstrably relevant to the content and tasks involved in the professorship, particularly requiring proof of professional experience in the field of digital applications (CAD, visualization, BIM/LIM, or comparable tools) in the context of landscape architecture. Evidence must also be provided of the candidate’s exceptional achievements in their career.

- The future incumbent will focus on demonstrating enthusiasm for the distinctive features of the subject (pedagogical-didactic aptitude) and on supporting students in their competence development. Appropriate teaching experience – preferably with students – must therefore be demonstrated.

Ideally, the incumbent will also have the following skills:

- Knowledge of and experience using virtual, augmented, and mixed reality technologies
- Knowledge and experience in digital parametric design methodology
- Enjoyment of interdisciplinary/​transdisciplinary collaboration
- The ability to deliver classes in English

We look forward to recruiting an individual with above-average qualifications who will make an interdisciplinary contribution to our teaching and research. Motivated students, exciting projects, and committed colleagues are waiting for you!

This may also be of interest:

At present, most courses are held in German. Inquiries in English about the formal process, including a list of materials to be submitted, can be addressed to: Aline Poniatowski (welcome-center@hs-osnabrueck.de).

For more information on the appointment process at
Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences, please visit: https://www.hs-osnabrueck.de/en/appointment-and-recruitment/appointment-process/
Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences is an equal opportunity employer. In line with our objective to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching, we explicitly encourage qualified women to apply for the position. In addition, we are keen to attract candidates with expertise in the areas of gender, diversity and family friendliness. For further information, you may contact our Equal Opportunity Office (phone: +49 541 969-2955). Full-time positions can be shared, providing this does not conflict with organisational requirements.

Applications by candidates with disabilities will be given preference in case of equal qualification.

Please send your application in electronic form – preferably as one PDF file – stating the reference number to the following address by June 11th 2023:
Präsident der Hochschule Osnabrück
Postfach 19 40 l 49009 Osnabrück
berufungen@hs-osnabrueck.de
www.hs-osnabrueck.de

You would like to join the university as a professor, but do not meet all the requirements or work in a different discipline? We can support you on your way to a professorship: www.hs-osnabrueck.de/uas-professorship








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