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Assistant/Associate Professors - Architecture

Wentworth Institute of Technology
Massachusetts, United States
Salary Not Specified
Posted Date
Nov 1, 2022

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Associate Professor

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Assistant/Associate Professors - Architecture

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Job Description Summary

The School of Architecture and Design (SoAD) at Wentworth Institute of Technology invites applications for multiple full-time positions in Architecture at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor .

Successful candidates will be expected to demonstrate a commitment to sustainable design, as seen through the lens of their areas of expertise. This could include low-carbon and/or high-performance building systems, urbanism, computational design, or history, theory, and criticism.

Teaching responsibilities for these positions will include lecture courses, seminars, and design studios at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Faculty members are expected to deliver courses that integrate their areas of expertise, engage in an active research and scholarship agenda, advise students, and meet service obligations (school, university, and community).

Applicant qualifications include professional licensure in Architecture and/or a doctoral degree in Architecture or a related field.

About Wentworth and the School of Architecture and Design
Wentworth Institute of Technology is located in Boston, Massachusetts, and comprises the Schools of Architecture and Design, Computing and Data Science, Engineering, Management, and Sciences and Humanities. Wentworth is a member of the Colleges of the Fenway consortium — an association of Boston institutions including Emmanuel College, Simmons University, Massachusetts College of Art, and Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. One of the many opportunities afforded to faculty is the ability to collaborate across these institutions and to share resources.

Wentworth is a university with a teaching focus and strategic initiatives of diversity, equity, and inclusive excellence, high-value learning, transformational student experience, and next-generation partnerships. The school has a strong commitment to recruit and retain students with diverse backgrounds, foster a vibrant design community and learning environment for faculty and students, and build on and expand current government, community, industry, and alumni partnerships. For more information about Wentworth’s Strategic Plan, see:

Wentworth’s School of Architecture and Design (SoAD) offers highly respected programs in Architecture (BS and M.Arch – NAAB accredited), Industrial Design (BS – NASAD accredited), and Interior Design (BS – CIDA accredited). The mission of the SoAD is to empower design students and educators from all backgrounds to become creative, civic-minded problem-solvers, responding to global challenges and contributing to local communities. The SoAD guides students to engage locally and globally, to explore advanced technologies, to collaborate within and across disciplines, to gain industry experience via cooperative education, and to learn to design sustainably and equitably. Comprising approximately 670 undergraduate and 90 graduate students, the SoAD has robust international study opportunities at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Inclusive Excellence at Wentworth:
Wentworth Institute of Technology is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all University programs and activities. The University does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, genetic information, gender identity, veteran status or any other category protected by law. All qualified applicants will receive consideration.

To find out more about the Wentworth’s commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, please visit the website .

All applicants have the right to accessibility support and accommodations. To request accessibility support or accommodations, contact the Executive Director of Equity and Compliance, Catlin Wells, at .

Applicants should submit
1) Cover letter that describes areas of expertise and qualifications for position (1-page limit)
2) Current curriculum vitae
3) Teaching and research/scholarship statement detailing their experience and including specific plans for teaching advancement and scholarship explaining their instructional methodologies and teaching experience (no more than three pages in length)
4) Portfolio with evidence of research/creative practice and teaching, if applicable
5) A diversity, equity, and inclusion statement describing their commitment to and experience with fostering a diverse and inclusive campus culture (no more than two pages in length)
6) Contact information for three professional references. Candidates will be notified before the University contacts their references

Review of applications begins on January 15, 2023 and will continue until the position is filled. The position is expected to be filled for Fall 2023.

For more information, contact the search committee chair, Associate Professor Troy Peters:

Minimum Education Required

Master's degree

Preferred Education

Doctoral degree

Minimum Work Experience Required

Experience in teaching studio courses

Preferred Work Experience

Minimum Knowledge Required

Comprehensive knowledge of theories, concepts and practices and ability to use in complex, difficult and/or unprecedented situations.

Preferred Knowledge

Advertised Minimum Qualifications
  • A doctoral degree and/or professional licensure in Architecture.
  • Potential to establish a clear research and scholarship agenda
  • Potential to excel in undergraduate/graduate teaching and mentorship
  • Focus research/practice in building technology or architectural history/theory/criticism or urban design or computational design
  • Experience in teaching studio courses
Advertised Preferred Qualifications
  • Record of excellence in research and scholarship on sustainability
  • Record of excellence in pedagogy and curriculum development
  • Record of excellence in professional practice
  • Record of outreach or transdisciplinary research and scholarship
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Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

  1. * How did you hear about this employment opportunity?
    • Colleges of the Fenway site
    • Wentworth site
    • Chronicle of Higher Ed.
    • NE HERC
    • El Mundo
    • Sampan
    • Bay State Banner
    • Colors Magazine
    • AcademicKeys
    • Referral
    • Other
    • Mathjobs
  2. * Wentworth defines inclusive excellence as 'Actively and intentionally cultivating a diverse and culturally competent institution where each member has the opportunity and support to reach their full potential and make contributions to our campus community and beyond.' Please provide an example of how you have exemplified inclusive excellence in an educational or professional setting.

    (Open Ended Question)

Applicant Documents
Required Documents
  1. Cover Letter
  2. Curriculum Vitae
  3. Teaching Philosophy
  4. Research Plan
  5. References
  6. Required DEI Statement
  7. Required Research Statement
  8. Portfolio Submission
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