Applications Open for Assistant Professor of Architecture Position

October 5, 2022
The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Architecture with appointment beginning fall of 2023.
ODNA Wall, created in Kory Bieg's Advanced Design Studio

Position Title: Assistant Professor of Architecture
Location: Austin, Texas
Deadline: Application review will begin on December 1, 2022

The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture invites applications and nominations for a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Architecture with appointment beginning fall of 2023.

The University of Texas at Austin is one of the largest and most highly regarded public universities in the United States. The School of Architecture offers professionally accredited and post-professional degree programs in Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, and Community and Regional Planning, in addition to post-professional and research degree programs in Architectural History, Historic Preservation, Sustainable Design, and Urban Design. The Architecture Program offers accredited professional degrees at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as a graduate research-oriented post-professional degree. 

The Architecture Program seeks candidates whose design work and experience offer inspiring, relevant and innovative perspectives on discipline-specific issues through research, scholarship, critical practice, and pedagogy. The successful candidate will teach design studios and required and elective courses in their area of expertise, and engage with interdisciplinary opportunities available at the school, the university, the city, and beyond.

Candidates are expected to hold, at a minimum, a terminal professional degree from an accredited institution. Their background will show impressive capability in architectural design, evidenced by studio teaching and/or architectural practice. The successful candidate will clearly articulate their future research and scholarly trajectory and their plans for contributing to the advancement of the field.

The Architecture Program acknowledges that design is a multi-faceted endeavor with tangible consequences for society and the planet, and that its research and teaching must evolve along with the diverse constituencies that it serves. The School of Architecture benefits from strong international collaborations and welcomes national and international applicants with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives that will enrich its disciplines. The University of Texas at Austin is an inclusive environment, in which individuals of all races, ethnicities, ancestries, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities or expressions, disabilities, and marital, parental, or veteran statuses enjoy equal opportunities for education, employment, advancement, recognition, compensation, and satisfaction.

As the 11th most populous city in the US and rapidly expanding, Austin is a thriving, culturally vibrant community with rich natural environs. It is centrally located in the growing megaregion of Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio and capitalizes on the rich borderland culture between Mexico and the United States. The city’s fast transformation provides opportunities and resources for professional education while also enabling students to gain a broader view of their field in relation to contemporary, local, and global challenges to the built environment.

Application Instructions
Application review will begin on December 1, and will continue until the position is filled.

To be considered for this position, please submit the following materials through Interfolio.

  1. A current CV;
  2. A statement of interest describing the candidate’s research objectives, teaching philosophy and overall academic trajectory;
  3. A PDF portfolio of creative work, written scholarship, and student work if available (up to 20 MB in size);
  4. Contact information for three references.

Contact for questions:
Professor Elizabeth Danze
Search Committee Chair