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The School of Architecture Planning and Geomatics at the University of Cape Town is committed to advancing the project of Landscape Architecture to address the needs of socially just and inclusive cities in South Africa. The School is seeking to full-time appoint a landscape architect who is committed to the role that landscape architectural design and research offer in critically addressing colonial and apartheid injustices. Applicants should demonstrate evidence of engagement with, and commitment to, landscape architecture, design research and landscape architectural education within the global South.

For this particular position we are seeking candidates at Lecturer/Senior Lecturer level. Preference will be given to candidates with relevant teaching, practice, and research experience, as well as evidence of social responsiveness ( The appointee will need to function in an interdisciplinary team in a collegial manner, and will be expected to initiate and conduct his/her own research, to produce peer reviewed outputs (journals, books, chapters etc.), and present at local and international conferences. Eligibility for registration with the South African Council for the Landscape Architectural Profession (SACLAP) will be favoured.

The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to course and curriculum development, and administrative duties associated with the post. The appointee will be expected to lead landscape architectural design studios, teach courses such as environmental and landscape planning, landscape construction, landscape sustainability, and history and theory of landscape architecture, and supervise dissertations at a masters level. If appointed at senior lecturer level, the successful applicant will be expected to lead and refine the vision of the Post-graduate Programmes in landscape architecture, and add new dimensions to the teaching of landscape architecture.

Minimum requirements for Lecturer level:
- a Masters' degree (professional) or 4-year Bachelors’ degree in landscape architecture or equivalent;
- teaching experience at the undergraduate and/or graduate level.
Minimum requirements for Senior Lecturer Level:
- a Masters' degree (professional) or 4-year Bachelors’ degree in landscape architecture or equivalent;
- registration for a PhD and evidence of progress towards such a qualification; a completed PhD is preferred;
- a record of recent independent and original contributions to research through peer reviewed publication
and / or awarded creative works;
- at least five years teaching experience at the undergraduate and/or graduate level.
Any further inquiries regarding the MLA Programme can be sent to Clinton Hindes at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
The annual remuneration package for 2018, including benefits are:
Lecturer: R639 848
Senior Lecturer: R786 717
To apply, please e-mail the below documents in a single pdf file to Ms Abigail Dixon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:
- UCT Application Form (download at
- a detailed curriculum vitae;
- a 1-2 page statement of interest specifying the relevance of the applicant’s education and experience to the Landscape Architecture programme, reacting to the position on landscape architecture reflected in this advertisement.
- a 10-12 page, digital portfolio of representative work and/or publications;

Please ensure the title and reference number are indicated in the subject line.
An application which does not comply with the above requirements will be regarded as incomplete. Shortlisted candidates may be required to deliver a short presentation to the School.

Telephone: 021 650 1673 Website:
Reference number: E18439 Closing date: 31 January 2019

UCT is committed to the pursuit of excellence, diversity and redress in achieving its equity targets. Our Employment Equity Policy is available at
UCT reserves the right not to appoint.


Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture (tenure-track)
University of Arkansas, Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design, Department of
Landscape Architecture

The Department of Landscape Architecture at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, University of Arkansas, seeks individuals to join a design-centered entrepreneurial department with an international reach. The Department seeks an assistant professor who can reinforce our excellence in landscape teaching, research, creative practice, and outreach. We seek candidates who will be design advocates and leaders in the future trajectories of the discipline and profession and who will leverage their position to attain excellence and impact through instruction in the design studio sequence and other faculty activities. We are particularly interested in candidates who can demonstrate innovation and leadership in areas of construction and emerging technology, in service to landscape architecture. 


The Fay Jones School’s emphasis on collaborative, inter-disciplinary design education is aimed at preparing students to address contemporary challenges and issues of imperative value to the state, nation and world. The school has diverse resources available in its award-winning building and state-of-the-art making and fabrication facilities. The U of A Community Design Center, the U of A Resiliency Center, Garvan Woodland Gardens, and the recently funded Anthony Center for Design and Materials Innovation provide for a range of teaching and scholarship activities. There also are opportunities to take advantage of the School’s external relationships with institutions and programs such as the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and the Walton Family Foundation’s Housing NWA initiative.


The school has initiated a Master of Design Studies program with concentrations in Resiliency Design and Retail and Hospitality Design. Additional concentrations are in the approval stage and include Integrated Wood Design, Preservation Design, and Wellness Design. Successful candidates will have demonstrated potential contributions to these post-professional degree concentrations.


Interested candidates are invited to submit their qualifications for this full-time, nine-month, tenure track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Individuals with a diverse range of design practices, research/creative interests, and professional experiences are strongly encouraged to apply. 



·         Terminal degree in landscape architecture, or have a terminal degree in an allied field with at least one degree in landscape architecture



·         Licensure

·         Ph.D.


Note: Uniquely qualified candidates with strength in areas other than those listed as “preferred” will be considered. ABD candidates also will be considered.



Teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, pursuing peer-reviewed scholarly and creative inquiry, and providing service to the department, school, university, and community are foundational expectations. The standard faculty work load is 65% teaching, 25% research, scholarship or creative activity and 10% service. The typical teaching assignment is one studio and one lecture or seminar per semester. This tenure-track Assistant Professor position will lead studio and classroom instruction, create curriculum material, construct syllabi, assess student knowledge and skills, advise students, and provide other scholastic achievement guidance.



Competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.


The Department of Landscape Architecture offers an accredited professional Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree as well as an unaccredited liberal arts degree in landscape studies. The department is evolving with a clear emphasis on design and advocacy. We create innovative and excellent research, teaching and service in design and planning with students and faculty able to effectively communicate the value of the profession to our stakeholders and collaborators.


Design and advocacy are historic strengths of the department; several faculty and alumni of the department have held significant leadership roles in ASLA, CELA and allied organizations. Students’ design works frequently win awards in the Central States region and have impact on communities and regions around our state and beyond. 

Collaboration among disciplines is further encouraged through a growing variety of upper level interdisciplinary studios and seminars. A broad range of course offerings equips graduates with the knowledge and critical agility required to meet the challenges of designing for a changing world. In addition to the robust interdisciplinary activity within the School and the jointly led minors in sustainability, history of architecture, planning (Political Science), and planting design (Horticulture), the Department has strong collaborative relationships other university units across our campus and beyond, including the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies, the National Park Service, BUNAC, and the Trust for Public Land. Their education provides students with critical frameworks for design thinking that also equip them to assume leadership roles in the profession and in their communities.

In addition to its LAAB-accredited, undergraduate degree in landscape architecture, the Fay Jones School of Architecture + Design includes highly regarded accredited professional programs in architecture and interior design and an award-winning Community Design Center.

International education is required for all students and established programs in Rome, Mexico City, and Scandinavia among other locations. These opportunities introduce students to interior environments, buildings, cities and landscapes very different from their own, enriching their design vocabulary and deepening their understanding of other cultures. A rigorous Honors program within the School engages exceptional students in experiential education that deepens classroom learning. The school's honors curriculum targets students interested in independent exploration of topics related to the natural and built environment.


Students benefit further from diverse and committed alumni, a vibrant professional network, and the voices of leading design thinkers from around the globe. A robust lecture and growing workshop series bring nationally and internationally known practitioners, artists, authors and educators to the campus to share their projects and philosophies with students and faculty in all disciplines. Recently, Monica Ponce de Leon, Juhani Pallasmaa, Chris Reed, and Margie Ruddick have been among the leading thinkers to engage students in design discourse. Our existing professional and industry relationships and over 3000 alumni provide a robust professional network along with opportunities regionally and internationally.


The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design is located in Vol Walker Hall and the Steven L Anderson Design Center, an award-winning addition and renovation that affords exemplary learning environments for students, and an outstanding teaching and working facility for faculty and staff. Completed in 2013, the building has received numerous accolades including a 2018 AIA Honor Award for the work completed by Marlon Blackwell Architects and Polk Stanley Wilcox Architects. The School’s state-of-the-art resources in computational design and design robotics as well as fabrication labs inform student and faculty making and design processes. The facility includes a Multimedia Center, Design Shop, Maker Lab, Materials Lab, exhibition gallery, and related lecture hall, classrooms and seminar spaces. Additionally, off-campus maker spaces, the U of A Community Design Center, U of A Resiliency Center, and the Garvan Woodland Gardens in Hot Springs ( expand teaching and research opportunities for both students and faculty.


The developing Windgate Art and Design District will provide for multiple facilities supporting the School of Architecture and Design and the School of Art. The University of Arkansas’ School of Art offers degrees in art education, art history, ceramics, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture including a Master of Fine Arts.


The School is located in a rich architecture and design community. The work of Fay Jones and Edward Durrell Stone, along with the mid-century legacy found on the University of Arkansas campus and in the nearby region, establishes the historical legacy. The contemporary work of Marlon Blackwell Architects, Modus Studio, Marvel Architects, Wheeler Kearns Architects, Nelson Byrd Woltz, and SILO AR+D contribute to the distinctive regional and national dialogue about contemporary design.


In addition to outstanding architecture and design, there is an abiding commitment to the visual and performing arts. Northwest Arkansas is home to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, The Momentary, 21C Museum Hotel, Scott Family Amazeum, Walton Arts Center, Theater Squared, Arkansas Music Pavilion, and a host of nationally recognized art, music, and food venues enhancing quality of life for students and families. Nicknamed the Natural State, Arkansas boasts diverse outdoor activities in settings that include forest lands, limestone caves, rivers, and lakes protected in nearby state and national parks and wilderness areas.


Business diversity contributes to the economic vitality of the region. There are seven Fortune 500 companies located in Northwest Arkansas with Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, being the most notable. Additionally, more than 300 additional Fortune 500 companies have located satellite offices in the area. Entrepreneurs find equal ground, further diversifying this business environment. DataFox names Fayetteville the third best place to start a business.

This business environment provides a depth of opportunity for career development and NWA was ranked second in Forbes’ "2017 Best Midsize Cities for Jobs." Affordable living, economic opportunity, and social and cultural richness make Fayetteville an outstanding place to live, work, and study. Sperling’s Best Places Index lists Fayetteville’s cost of living as 91.4, almost 9 percent below the national average and the 2018 Business Insider identified Fayetteville as the fifth Best Place to Live in America. Fayetteville Public Schools are ranked No. 1 in Arkansas.


Founded in 1871 as a land grant institution, the University of Arkansas is classified by the Carnegie Foundation among the top two percent of universities in the nation with the highest level of research activity. Ten colleges and schools serve more than 27,100 students with more than 200 academic programs. University of Arkansas students earn nationally competitive awards at an impressive rate and represent 50 states and more than 120 countries.


Located in the stunning Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas, Fayetteville is home to the University of Arkansas campus, known for its spectacular views and ample green spaces. Fayetteville is considered one of the country’s finest college towns, and the surrounding northwest Arkansas region is regularly ranked one of the best places to live in the U.S. Some of the nation’s best outdoor amenities and most spectacular hiking and mountain-biking trails are within a short distance of campus.


As an employer, the University of Arkansas offers a vibrant work environment and a workplace culture that promotes a healthy work-life balance. The benefits package includes university contributions to health, dental, life and disability insurance, tuition waivers for employees and their families, 12 official holidays, immediate leave accrual, and a choice of retirement programs with university contributions ranging from 5 to 10% of employee salary.

Application may be accomplished in a two-step process. Initial submission including CV, letter of interest, and references is requested by December 17, 2018. To receive first consideration, full submission of all materials including portfolio must be submitted by January 4, 2019. Review of all completed applications will commence upon receipt and remain open until the position is filled.


Please include the following:

1.      Curriculum Vitae

2.      Letter of Interest (2-page maximum)
The letter should clearly describe the candidate’s vision of landscape architecture education and practice, and his/her approach to teaching, scholarship, and design. It should also describe the candidate’s academic and professional experience as it applies to the required and preferred qualifications listed above.

3.      Names, titles, and contact information for three references (include email, telephone, and nature of association)

4.      List of previous coursed taught with roles, responsibilities, and work samples (if applicable)

5.      Portfolio (30 page maximum, 2.5GB maximum) in PDF format with select images of recent and relevant:

-        professional, scholarly, and creative work with associated project descriptions

-        student work completed under direction of applicant with associated project descriptions

-        abstracts for research papers/manuscripts (if appropriate)

Official transcripts will be required from finalists.

For complete position announcement and additional information regarding how to apply, visit:


Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Statement
The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. The university welcomes applications without regard to age, race/color, gender (including pregnancy), national origin, disability, religion, marital or parental status, protected veteran status, military service, genetic information, sexual orientation or gender identity. Persons must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States on the first day of employment. All applicant information is subject to public disclosure under the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act.



Associate Professor or Assistant Professor           

Productive Landscape History


Knowlton School - College of Engineering


The Landscape Architecture Section at y seeks to fill a tenure-track position at the Associate Professor or Assistant Professor Level. We are looking for applicants whose research and teaching illuminate the cultural, historical and ecological dimensions of productive landscapes past and present. We welcome applicants working on any part of the globe, in any time, and with diverse methodological approaches. We encourage applicants from disciplines including but not limited to environmental history, geography, landscape architecture, and planning. Candidates should be able to teach landscape history surveys and research seminars. Potential research interests within the history of productive landscapes might include agricultural production; garden history; the relation between food production and urban form; and cultural landscape and cultural anthropology.


The successful candidate will join a large, distinguished team of faculty members from across the university collaborating on the Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation (InFACT) to develop a comprehensive, transformative approach to sustainable food systems. As InFACT faculty within the landscape architecture section, successful candidates will be expected to lead interdisciplinary projects and initiate transformative research projects with colleagues across Ohio State’s campuses. Competitive start-up packages, a large collaborative network, and opportunities for mentorship together provide an outstanding research environment.


At Ohio State, landscape architecture, architecture, and city and regional planning form the Knowlton School—an open learning environment that fosters exchange among these three disciplines. The school, housed within the College of Engineering, also takes advantage of Ohio State’s research resources, including the Wexner Center for the Arts, the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, the Advanced Center for Computing and Design, the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis, and the Kirwan Institute for Race and Ethnicity. The Ohio State University is the model 21st-century public, land grant, research, urban, community engaged institution. The Ohio State University campus is located in Columbus, the capital city of Ohio. Columbus is the center of a rapidly growing and diverse metropolitan area with a population of over 2 million. The area offers a wide range of affordable housing, many cultural and recreational opportunities, excellent schools, and a strong economy based on government as well as service, transportation and technology industries. Additional information about the Columbus area is available at


The Initiative for Food and AgriCultural Transformation, InFACT, is a Discovery Theme program setting the strategic direction for The Ohio State University’s support of food systems that are sustainable, defined as achieving a balance of ecology, economy, technology, and culture to promote the overall well-being of people, animals and the natural environment. This position is partially funded by Ohio State's Discovery Themes, a significant faculty hiring investment in key thematic areas in which the university can build on its culture of academic collaboration to make a global impact. InFACT will transform the way we grow, process and distribute our food, leading to vibrant, sustainable and resilient agriculture that places nourishing food at the center of just and vital communities in Ohio and beyond.





Applicants are required to have a terminal degree (PhD or Master’s) at the time of application. We are looking for candidates whose record demonstrates great promise of productivity and excellence in research and teaching. Preferred qualifications involve program experience, experience mentoring members of underrepresented groups and experience developing or working in interdisciplinary research teams.


Application Instructions

To be considered, please submit your application electronically via Academic Jobs Online   Interested applicants must apply with:

1)      A cover letter addressing experience and interest in research and teaching

2)      A curriculum vitae

3)      A portfolio of design research (maximum 20 pages) or samples of published works

4)      Contact information for three (3) references (please provide name, title, address, telephone number, and e-mail).


The College of Engineering is interested in candidates who will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity in higher education through their scholarship, instruction and outreach. In the cover letter, describe experiences, current interests or activities, and/or future goals that promote a climate that values diversity and inclusion in one or more of these areas. 


Review of applications will begin immediately. The search will remain active, and applications will continue to be accepted, until the position is filled. Interviews will begin in January 2019. The anticipated starting date of the position is no later than August 2019. Salary and rank are commensurate with experience and qualifications. General information about the Knowlton School can be found at:


Additional inquiries may be directed to the search committee chair Forbes Lipschitz at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


The Ohio State University College of Engineering is strongly committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in all areas including scholarship, instruction and outreach.  In the cover letter, describe experiences, current interests or activities, and/or future goals that promote a climate that values diversity and inclusion in one or more of these areas.


The Ohio State University is committed to establishing a culturally and intellectually diverse environment, encouraging all members of our learning community to reach their full potential. We are responsive to dual-career families and strongly promote work-life balance to support our community members through a suite of institutionalized policies. We are an NSF ADVANCE Institution and a member of the Ohio/Western Pennsylvania/West Virginia Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC).


The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.


Requires the successful completion of a background check.


Assistant or Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture - Rhode Island School of Design

Position Description
The Department of Landscape Architecture in the Division of Architecture and Design invites applications for a full-time faculty appointment at the rank of Assistant or Associate, to begin in the Fall 2019.

Rhode Island School of Design recognizes diversity and inclusivity as fundamental to its learning community and integral to an art and design education. We welcome candidates whose experience in teaching, scholarship, professional practice, or service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.

The program seeks candidates who are excellent designers, have a successful teaching record, and have a clear and compelling research agenda related to one or more of the following subjects: historical and global contexts, contemporary and critical theories, material fabrication, or prototyping. Candidates will be expected to teach graduate level design studios, core courses, and seminars in their area of specialization.

Required Qualifications

The department seeks candidates with a master’s degree or higher in landscape architecture. Candidates must demonstrate excellence in teaching undergraduate or graduate-level students. Good interpersonal skills, clarity, generosity, and creativity in both personal work and teaching are essential. They also must be able to support a culturally diverse group of students in the development of their design and leadership skills.

A successful candidate will also have a clear understanding of how their work could strengthen the opportunities that arise from teaching landscape architecture at an art and design school, and be able to articulate possibilities for engaging interdisciplinary work across the school. All candidates are expected to have a clear research agenda or design practice that compliments the mission and focus of the landscape architecture department at RISD. This can be demonstrated through academic publications, organized symposia, curated exhibitions, installations, and/or significant built work.

In addition to the qualifications listed above, applicants for the Associate level position should have 5 or more years experience teaching design studios and seminars. Successful applicants for the Associate level position should also have significant experience developing curriculum, leading outreach and recruitment efforts, managing faculty and students, and engaging in the daily administrative tasks associated with overseeing a department. The department head position rotates every few years, and candidates for the Associate level position should be prepared to step into the headship position within the first few years of being at RISD.

Preferred Qualifications

Reflections on team-teaching or working well with others would be a useful addition to the application and/or letters of support.

Department /RISD Description

Students and faculty in the landscape architecture department at RISD are surrounded by artists and designers that engage a wide range of media and critical art practices, and we believe that these adjacencies allow us to shape a unique pedagogical approach to landscape architecture. Our program bridges intuitive and analytical thinking, encourages hands-on research into material practices, and explores opportunities for cross-disciplinary experimentation. With a deep emphasis on the practices of critical making, our students use and hybridize a range of methods across artistic and design practices, as well as across hand and digital platforms.

At RISD Landscape we explore a wide range of global contexts, but are also deeply rooted in the coastal context of Rhode Island. We have just launched a dual-degree program with the Department of Marine Affairs at the University of Rhode Island, and we see this as an extension of our commitment to bridging art, design, and scientific disciplines as we take on the increasingly urgent hydrological issues today. Across all contexts, we engage scales from the region down to the detail, with an emphasis on teaching our students how to design with physical and phenomenal materials that shape space.

Faculty Responsibilities

In addition to teaching commitments, full-time faculty are expected to maintain a professional practice, serve on college committees, advise students, participate in curriculum development and other departmental activities and projects, and contribute to the vibrancy of the intellectual life of the college. RISD supports faculty professional practice with sabbaticals, pre-critical review leave, conference funding, and professional development grants.

Pre-employment Requirement

The successful candidate will be required to meet our pre-employment background screening requirements.

Special Instructions to Applicants

Please attach the following to the appropriate links and the section labeled “Documents Needed to Apply”:
1. Letter of Intent – Description of qualifications, areas of specialization, and reasons for applying to RISD (attach to tab labeled “Cover Letter”).
2. Curriculum Vitae
3. Teaching Philosophy – Discussion of teaching approach and experience, a brief description of courses you would be interested in teaching at RISD, as well as a discussion of how you create a dynamic, inclusive, and collaborative classroom environment.
4. Research Agenda – Summary of research goals, outcomes and future plans (attach to tab labeled “Other 1”).
5. Digital Portfolio with images of professional work (20 pages maximum).
6. Digital Portfolio with images of student work accompanied by brief course descriptions (20 pages maximum).
7. Examples of Course Syllabi (2-3 samples).

If you are selected as a semi-finalist, we will request letters of recommendation from your three references.

Review of applications will begin immediately, and continue until the position is filled. Candidates who submit their materials before December 10, 2018 are assured full consideration.

EEO Statement

RISD is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetics, or any other protected characteristic as established by law.

Applications should be submitted online:

The Department of Landscape Architecture in the University of Pennsylvania School of Design (PennDesign) is seeking applicants for a full-time position as an Assistant or Associate Professor, beginning in July 2019.  


This position requires the ability to teach courses in landscape architectural theory and history with an emphasis on how these subjects translate into contemporary design culture. The Department is especially interested in candidates who demonstrate substantive engagement with theories and histories of ecology, urbanism, infrastructure and/or aesthetics in both their research and teaching. Candidates with qualifications and interest in teaching in design studios as well as theory and history subjects are of particular interest.


Theory and history teaching in the Department of Landscape Architecture will take the form of required lecture courses in the MLA program, and elective seminars open to the entire School of Design. There are also opportunities to train students at the PhD level. In addition to demonstrating effectiveness in teaching, successful applicants must also demonstrate a strong capacity for the production of scholarly work through a record of past publications and plans for future research.


This is a full-time appointment with responsibilities for teaching, research and administration. An appointment at either the Assistant or Associate Professor level is anticipated. The specific rank (assistant or associate professor, with or without tenure) of the successful candidate will be determined based on experience and qualifications. Minimum qualifications include a professionally accredited Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture or Architecture, or an accredited MA/MFA in a relevant subject. A PhD is preferred, but not required. Applicants from outside the landscape architecture discipline are encouraged to apply.  


Applicants should submit a one-page letter of interest that describes their overall research agenda and how they see their work fitting within the Department of Landscape Architecture at PennDesign. Applicants should also submit a personal statement describing their near- and long-term plans for research and scholarship; their teaching philosophy; and their teaching experience. In addition, applicants should provide a current CV; three writing samples (published or unpublished); examples of course syllabi (no more than three); the names and contact information for three references who will be contacted at a later date; and, if available, a portfolio of design work—either the candidate’s own work or work produced under the supervision of the candidate.


PennDesign is committed to building a culturally diverse and pluralistic faculty committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment. Candidates are encouraged to describe how diverse, underrepresented and global perspectives are incorporated into their teaching of theory and history. Applications from minority and women candidates are strongly encouraged. 


Review of Applications will begin on November 26, 2018 and continue until the position is filled. Candidate interviews are anticipated for late-January or early-February 2019. The position will begin on July 1, 2019 with the candidate expected to begin teaching in Fall 2019.





Questions should be addressed to:

Kristy Crocetto, Administrative and Academic Coordinator for Landscape Architecture

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Applications should be addressed to:

Christopher Marcinkoski, Chair of Search Committee and Associate Professor

University of Pennsylvania School of Design

Department of Landscape Architecture

119 Meyerson Hall

210 South 34th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104

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Search Committee:

Christopher Marcinkoski—Chair of Search Committee and Associate Professor

Sean Burkholder—Assistant Professor, Landscape Architecture

Karen M’Closkey—Associate Professor, Landscape Architecture

Richard Weller—Professor and Chair, Landscape Architecture

Daniel Barber—Associate Professor, Architecture

Anna Darling—Student Representative, 3rd Year MLA


Applications should be submitted online: