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ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE OR FULL TEACHING PROFESSOR SOHE/DESIGN STUDIES Madison
ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE OR FULL TEACHING PROFESSOR summary: The Design Studies Department at the School of Human Ecology (SoHE), University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeking applicants for an open-rank, renewable (non-tenure-track) Teaching Professor position. The position requires extensive knowledge and teaching experience in Interior Design, Architecture, and other allied design fields with a desire to focus on undergraduate education, particularly in the area of commercial, hospitality, workplace, and/or healthcare building design, as well as construction, construction detailing, and environmental control system.
ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE, OR FULL PROFESSOR IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES SOHE/GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Madison
ASSISTANT, ASSOCIATE, OR FULL PROFESSOR IN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES summary: The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) in the School of Human Ecology (SoHE), University of Wisconsin (UW)-Madison invites applicants for a tenure-track or tenured, open-rank faculty position. We seek candidates who have an active research agenda and established research record focused on early lifespan, including factors that affect early lifespan, with a desire to work in an interdisciplinary environment at a leading university.
ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSOR, CONSUMER SCIENCE SOHE/GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Madison
ASSOCIATE OR FULL PROFESSOR, CONSUMER SCIENCE summary: The Department of Consumer Science at the School of Human Ecology (SoHE), University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applicants for a tenured faculty position (associate or full). We are seeking candidates who have an excellent teaching record and an active research agenda and established research record with a desire to work in an interdisciplinary environment and join a dynamic and growing department at a leading university.
TFD STUDIO TECHNICIAN SOHE/DESIGN STUDIES Madison
TFD STUDIO TECHNICIAN summary: The School of Human Ecology seeks candidates for a Studio Technician in the Textile and Fashion Design program with the Department of Design Studies. The Studio Technician is responsible for maintaining the organization of supplies and tools within the studios of the department. Join a team of faculty and staff focused on producing graduates who are responsible, resourceful, and research-driven about the place of textiles and fashion in global societies, cultural, economies, and environments.
TEACHING FACULTY IN SEWN CONSTRUCTION AND FASHION DESIGN SOHE/DESIGN STUDIES Madison
TEACHING FACULTY IN SEWN CONSTRUCTION AND FASHION DESIGN summary: The Design Studies Department is seeking applicants for the position of Teaching Faculty in Sewn Construction and Fashion Design. This position is a key role responsible for teaching foundational courses in the Textile and Fashion Design Program, including courses in sewn construction; patternmaking (ideally both paper patterns and digital); introductions to the design of apparel, accessories, and other sewn products; as well as career development. The Textile and Fashion Design Program is committed to producing graduates who are responsible, resourceful, and research-driven about the place of textiles and fashion in global societies, cultures, economies, and environments.
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DESIGN STUDIES SOHE/GENERAL ADMINISTRATION Madison
ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DESIGN STUDIES summary: UW-Madison’s Design Studies Department is seeking applicants for one full time 9-month tenure track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The position requires a strong focus on research in the field of interior design, architecture, and other allied design fields with an emphasis on integrating novel technology (Advanced Visualization, Virtual Reality, wearable tech, IoT, smart home systems) into the design and research process to explore issues of building performance, human health, and wellbeing in buildings.
COMMUNICATIONS AND CONTENT SPECIALIST SOHE/DEAN'S OFFICE Madison
COMMUNICATIONS AND CONTENT SPECIALIST summary: The School of Human Ecology is seeking a Communications and Content Specialist to serve as the primary producer of content and communications to support student recruitment, retention, and alumni engagement strategies. We’re looking for someone who loves to develop and write great stories that move people to action. Someone who wants to be a part of a team, who can balance deadlines while collaborating with a wide range of audiences and stakeholders.
COMMUNICATIONS & MEDIA SPECIALIST SOHE/DEAN'S OFFICE Madison
COMMUNICATIONS & MEDIA SPECIALIST summary: The School of Human Ecology is seeking a Communications and Media Specialist. This role is responsible for story writing and editing, media relations, content development and relationship building. This position will work closely with faculty to learn about their work, disseminate research findings and position faculty expertise to journalists, news media, policymakers, partner organizations and other target audiences.
TEACHING PROFESSOR, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY STUDIES SOHE/HUMAN DEVEL & FAM STUDIES Madison
TEACHING PROFESSOR, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & FAMILY STUDIES summary: The Department of Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) in the School of Human Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison invites applicants for an open-rank, renewable (non-tenure-track) Teaching Professor position. We seek candidates with extensive knowledge and teaching experience in HDFS or related disciplines with a desire to focus on undergraduate education, including both in-person and online instruction, as well as undergraduate program development and leadership. We encourage candidates who work across the lifespan to apply, and the successful candidate will be able to teach across the HDFS curriculum. Preference will be given to applicants who have expertise in one or more of the following strategic priority areas: equity and social justice; caregiving and health; families and policy; and/or relational perspectives on socioemotional development (e.g., infant mental health; adolescent-parent relationships).