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College of Environment and Design

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The CED seeks candidates with experience in teaching and research who will inspire students to analyze and synthesize complex environmental and cultural information to create compelling design solutions. The successful candidate will teach courses in engineering, grading, construction, planting design, and foundation or/and advanced design in the BLA and MLA curricula. As the first chartered public institution in the US, The University of Georgia has a long history of local, state, and international engagement. The successful candidate is expected to contribute to this tradition. The successful candidates must begin on August 1, 2024.

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The College of Environment and Design (CED) at The University of Georgia invites qualified candidates to apply for the position(s) of full-time Lecturer to meet the growing teaching needs of the college. The CED seeks candidates with expertise in all phases of design development to teach courses in engineering, grading, construction, planting design, plant materials, and urban and/or community design. As the first chartered public institution in the US, The University of Georgia has a long history of local, state, and international engagement and the successful candidate is expected to contribute to this tradition.

Successful appointment as a non-tenure track Lecturer will require teaching up to 24 credit hours per academic year. The Lecturer position(s) is/are expected to maximize student learning outcomes in design studios and other courses supporting the design process. The position of Lecturer is defined as a 100% teaching and service position and is annually renewable. The successful lecturer candidate(s) can expect to teach between 6 and 8 classes (18-24 credit hours) per academic year. The successful candidate(s) must begin on August 1, 2023.
 
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This role will provide all undergraduate academic advising and serve as advising lead for the College of Environment and Design. This position involves assisting with the administration of the program. The academic advisor will have thorough knowledge of the University’s rules, regulations, policies, and procedures pertaining to a specific degree program, course offerings, and requirements of a specific area of study. The advisor will interpret policies and procedures and effectively communicate these to students and faculty, and will have effective problem-solving and interpersonal communications.

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