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Posted: 01/16/2013

Ball State University
College of Architecture and Planning, Department of Architecture

Director of Graduate Program in Historic Preservation
Professional Opportunity
Muncie, IN

Tenured or tenure-track faculty position available August 16, 2013.

Major responsibility: serve as the director of the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation; serve as an architectural educator with the ability to teach design studios and support courses in historic preservation; conduct scholarly and service activities; advise students enrolled in the MSHP program and the Preservation Minor; oversee work at the Center for Historic Preservation, an outreach and research arm of the department.

Minimum qualifications: masters degree in architecture or historic preservation or a related field; qualifications to teach at both undergraduate and graduate levels.

Preferred qualifications: professional registration and/or Ph.D. in architecture or related field; evidence of contributions to the field of historic preservation and architecture through practice and/or scholarship; administrative or advising experience at the college/university level.

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How to apply
By February 18, 2013, send statement of interest, curriculum vitae, complete contact information for three references, official transcript of the highest degree earned, and examples of scholarly and/or professional work to: The Historic Preservation Search Committee Department of Architecture Ball State University Muncie, IN 47306 Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Ball State University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community. 103796

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