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Temporary Instructor of Architecture
University of Kentucky

Date Posted Jul. 11, 2018
Title Temporary Instructor of Architecture
University University of Kentucky
Department 8N100:School of Architecture
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date 18-19 Academic Year
  • Lexington, KY
    United States
  • Lecturer/Instructor
  • Architecture/Landscape Architecture

The University of Kentucky is currently seeking an instructor to teach two, 6 credit hour first year architecture studios and two architecture electives in the 18-19 academic year. The position is temporary, full-time for one year only.

As the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s sole NAAB accredited Architecture program, UK offers a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, as well as a two and three-year Master of Architecture programs. Established in 1965, the School of Architecture today employs 30 full and part-time faculty, who teach over 300 graduate and undergraduate students.

The School of Architecture has a rich academic tradition as an open-minded setting that supports diverse intellectual approaches within a rigorous architectural curriculum. Throughout its history, Kentucky’s academic environment, one which balances diversity, connectivity, and ingenuity, has attracted outstanding faculty and students, enabling many to reach the highest levels of national academic and professional achievement. On the University of Kentucky’s flagship campus in Lexington, the School strives to fulfill the University’s bold Land Grant Mission by delivering exceptional design thinking to improve our region’s built environment and the lives of its citizens.

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