Assistant Professor of Ecological Design & Restoration in the Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture

The Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture is a diverse and interdisciplinary academic unit with several applied programs in planning and design. The Department offers two undergraduate degrees, including an LAAB-accredited BLA; two master’s degrees, including a research-based MSLA that includes a restoration focus, and a planning PhD. Faculty in the Department were among the first in the nation to develop a teaching, practice, and scholarship program in applied ecological restoration. The courses within our restoration curriculum currently serve students in degree programs across campus. The successful candidate will help to advance this teaching and scholarship legacy of foundational work in landscape and urban restoration, planning, design, and management within a global context. We seek candidates with training and experience in both landscape architecture and ecological restoration. The successful candidate will develop an internationally recognized program of teaching and scholarship in Ecological Landscape Design and Restoration. We are particularly interested in candidates who can work collaboratively to address international environmental challenges, including urban resilience and sustainability, natural hazard mitigation, and adaptation to climate change. Expectations of the successful candidate also include graduate training, University and professional service, public outreach, and skilled teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels.

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