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Assistant or Associate Professor in Design | University of New Hampshire (Durham, NH)

Deadline February 23, 2018

The Department of Art & Art History seeks applicants for a tenure-track position in Design with a demonstrated commitment to and experience in teaching a range of graphic and media design courses. We seek candidates with a strong and active professional practice in design. This faculty position will have the opportunity to develop an inter-disciplinary program in Design within a dynamic studio arts program.

Teaching: Commitment to undergraduate teaching in a professional program within a liberal arts college; teach 4 undergraduate courses per academic year in Design (Principles of Design, Graphic Design and other courses to be developed in the implementation of a design concentration and program of study); advise undergraduate students and participate in undergraduate reviews and seminars.

Service: Develop, implement and oversee a new program of study in Design within the Department of Art and Art History; establish collaborations with other University departments in the implementation of a Design Program that is Inter-Disciplinary in its structure and curricula; serve on Departmental, College and University Committees.

Research: Engage in scholarly/creative research and the exhibition/publication of research developed.

Please upload to the online employment site the following documents: Cover letter; Curriculum Vitae; Artist Statement; Teaching Statement; Names of three references, titles and contact information.

Please include in your cover letter a web link to a portfolio that demonstrates your proficiencies and research/professional focus and a web link to a portfolio of your students’ work that includes course title and level of samples presented.

Required teaching material (1): sample syllabus for Principles of Design (or other foundations level design course)
Required teaching material (2): sample syllabus for one additional course (of your own design)

For more information and to apply online: