[BLDG-SIM] Faculty Search at Texas A&M University

Jeff Haberl jhaberl at esl.tamu.edu
Wed Dec 3 07:53:02 PST 2003


The Department of Architecture, the Department of Construction Science and
the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning at Texas A&M
University seeks five faculty with expertise in the three "signature" areas
interdisciplinary research and teaching community. Positions will be filled
at ranks of assistant professor, associate professor or professor as tenured
or tenure-track appointments to teach and conduct research in one of the
three departments. Successful applicants will join a diverse and preeminent
faculty of artists, architects, landscape architects, designers, engineers,
construction scientists, urban planners, environmental psychologists,
sociologists, and computer scientists. 

Candidates should have records of excellence or evidence of extraordinary
potential in research, practice, or creative work in one or more of the
signature areas. Appropriate credentials, such as a doctorate, professional
degree, and professional license are expected. Preference will be given to
candidates who can provide leadership in addressing needs of
underrepresented communities. Extensive startup packages are available to
enable new faculty to initiate strong research programs. 

VISUALIZATION candidates should have expertise in one or more of the areas
of computer graphics, simulation, time-based media, architectural
visualization, construction visualization, geographic information systems,
urban visualization, scientific visualization, visual art, graphic
communication, history and theory of visualization, or other areas of
relevance. Opportunities are available for new faculty to assume leadership
roles in developing a new department focused on this discipline. 

DESIGN FOR HEALTH candidates should possess expertise in areas such as
health facilities design, landscape design, health facilities construction,
health facilities management, healthy communities, environmental psychology,
history and theory, and environmental impacts upon health. Opportunities are
available for new faculty to assume leadership roles in Texas A&M
University's Center for Health Systems and Design. 

SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS candidates should have expertise in areas such as
environmental planning/policy, environmental hazards, sustainable urban
design and community planning, environmental justice, environmental
psychology, green architecture and construction, energy conserving design,
sustainable land development, high performance buildings, historic
conservation, and history and theory of sustainability. 

The College of Architecture is the largest of its kind in the United States.
Over 100 faculty in three departments serve over 1800 students in 12 degree
programs that span the entire planning, design, construction and operation
life-span of the built environment. The college is renowned for its
accredited programs in architecture, landscape architecture, construction
science, and urban planning, its extensive Ph.D. programs in architecture
and urban and regional science, and its graduate program in visualization

Texas A&M University is a comprehensive teaching and research university
with an enrollment of approximately 44,000 students, including over 8,000
graduate and professional students. Located in College Station, the
university is 90 miles northwest of Houston and has easy access to Dallas,
Austin and San Antonio. 

The new faculty positions are part of an aggressive plan to attain top ten
status among public universities in the United States by the year 2020. The
university will fill over 400 new faculty positions in the next four years.
The College of Architecture will fill 16 new faculty positions to enhance
ENVIRONMENTS. In addition to the five positions to be filled in 2004, seven
faculty will be appointed in 2005-2006 and two each in the 2006-2007 and
2007-2008 academic years. 

Nominations of qualified faculty are encouraged. Applicants should send a
letter of application, a curriculum vitae, non-returnable samples of work or
portfolio, and names and addresses of three references. Additional materials
may be requested. Applications will be accepted until the positions are
filled, but please provide materials by February 15, 2004 for priority

Please send nominations and materials to the appropriate individual:
David G. Woodcock, Chair, Search Committee, Department of Architecture 

Robert O. Segner, Jr., Chair, Search Committee, Department of Construction

Nancy J. Volkman, Chair, Search Committee, Department of Landscape
Architecture and Urban Planning 

College of Architecture, TAMU 3137
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843-3137
(979) 845-1221
Texas A&M University is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer
with a strong commitment to the achievement of diversity among its faculty
and staff. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Please be advised
that under Texas law, names and other information concerning applicants or
nominees may be subject to disclosure upon request. 

Note: The job openings on the following pages are provided on this site as a
public service. These listings do not connote an endorsement by the College
of Architecture. While every attempt is made to keep these listings current,
the College of Architecture cannot guarantee the availability of the

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Jeff S. Haberl, Ph.D., P.E.............................jhaberl at esl.tamu.edu
Professor...............................................Office Ph:
Department of Architecture...........................Lab Ph: 979-845-6065
Energy Systems Laboratory...........................FAX: 979-862-2457
Texas A&M University..................................77843-3581
College Station, Texas, USA...........................URL: www-esl.tamu.edu

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