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Posted: 10/10/2012

Employer
Salve Regina University
Cultural and Historic Preservation

Salve Regina University, ranked among the best institutions of higher education in the United States by U.S. News & World Report, is seeking applicants for faculty positions for September 2013. A Catholic Liberal Arts University founded by the Sisters of Mercy and located in scenic Newport, Rhode Island, Salve Regina offers challenging academic programs in a highly supportive environment and an innovative core curriculum that provides students with a solid foundation and broad perspective. The historic, 75-acre campus enrolls approximately 2,500 men and women and offers associate, baccalaureate, and master's degrees, the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study, and the Ph.D. in Humanities. Its mission stresses preparation for responsible citizenship through the pursuit of wisdom and the promotion of universal justice.


Position
Asst or Assoc Professor of Cultural & Historic Preservation
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Newport, RI
Details
 

Job Description:

Salve Regina University invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor of Cultural and Historic Preservation, starting September 2013, to teach in the Universitys undergraduate Cultural and Historic Preservation Program, an associate member of the National Council for Preservation Education. Candidates should have expertise in the practice and teaching of architectural history within a broad framework of historic preservation. Candidates with specialties in architectural history or in related fields such as landscape history and design, material culture, heritage tourism, and/or digital information technologies are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will work in concert with the Programs Historic Archaeologist in developing and teaching courses in the history of architecture and landscape architecture, the principles and practices of historic preservation, laboratory courses, and special topics. The successful candidate will also collaborate with and serve related academic programs including American Studies, Art History, History, and the core curriculum. Candidates should also possess an enthusiasm for cooperative work with the many cultural agencies that make Newport, Rhode Island a unique place to study and practice the history of architecture and historic preservation.

 

Requirements:

Requirements include a Ph.D. degree in architectural history, American studies, history, or another closely related field. Candidates should also have a demonstrated record of teaching, research, and publication, as well as a desire to conceptualize and teach courses that will prepare undergraduate students for entry into the preservation field or for admission to graduate school. The successful candidate will also have extensive experience in advising students and a record of placing students in graduate programs.

 


Additional Information:

Salve Regina University offers generous benefits to eligible employees including: health and dental coverage, life insurance, long-term disability, 403B plan, tuition benefits and more.

Salve Regina University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. The University actively seeks diversity among its employees.

OPen until
11/30/2012

How to apply
Application Deadline November 30, 2013 Candidates must apply on-line only at http://www.salve.edu/offices/hr/employment.cfm Please upload with your online application: Cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a list of references.
Phone: 401-341-2137
ADDRESS
100 Ochre Point Avenue
Newport, RI 02840

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