TEACHING JOBS & OPPORTUNITIES
- Part Time Landscape Ecology Faculty
The USC School of Architecture is seeking qualified lecturers for courses in landscape ecology in the discipline of Landscape Architecture.
The instructor will teach courses in introductory and applied landscape ecology to students with a range of undergraduate backgrounds including environmental science, fine arts, architecture and other science and liberal arts degrees. MLA students are expected to synthesize landscape ecology concepts into their studio design work. The course sequence in the Master of Landscape Architecture program includes a final semester advanced landscape ecology course intended to explore advanced investigations of ecology and natural systems in urban and rural landscapes. Instruction in these courses will include but is not limited to geospatial analysis, and ecological processes and habitat restoration on a landscape scale. Courses are open to students outside the discipline of Landscape Architecture.
Candidates must have a degree in ecology. An additional degree in landscape architecture is preferred. Prior teaching experience is highly desirable. Candidates' work in teaching, professional work or research should illustrate strong research and achievement experience in the field of ecology at a landscape scale.
This is a semester long appointment beginning in August 2019 or January 2020. Positions are open in both the fall 2019 and spring 2020 semesters.
Los Angeles, California
REQ20074789 | Posted Date: 05/28/2019 - Thru date - 2019-07-15
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