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POSITION DESCRIPTION The Tulane University School of Architecture seeks qualified non-tenure-track candidates in Real Estate Development at the rank of Lecturer or Professor of Practice. The anticipated starting date of the position can be no later than July 1, 2022. This position will support our educational mission in the teaching of real estate development at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, while significantly expanding our existing career services and career advising. This position will serve as the primary liaison between Real Estate Development students and a wide range of employers regionally, nationally, and internationally. We are seeking a faculty member with professional experience in any number of allied fields of the built environment, including real estate finance, development, law, urban planning, and design. Additionally, in partnership with the School's Program Manager for Career Services and External Relations, the successful candidate will develop and lead a robust career services program focused on real estate development, including by organizing career-development workshops, proactively identifying internship and full-time opportunities, compiling industry reports and trends, collecting survey data and statistics for our graduates, and working closely with other campus partners. The core teaching role will likely include two (2) sections of one required undergraduate course (SRED 2010, 2020, 2030, or 2040) plus the development and teaching of three (3) one-credit elective courses in Career Management. Administrative work will focus on career advising and employment resources for approximately 300 undergraduate students and 20 graduate students in Real Estate Development programs. Tulane's academic programs in real estate are aligned with the School's traditional Architecture degrees (B.Arch, B.S.Arch, M.Arch, and M.S.Arch), Master of Preservation Studies (MPS) degree, as well as the A.B. Freeman School of Business graduate degrees (MBA, MS). Other programs and centers at Tulane University provide opportunities for interdisciplinary research and collaboration, including the ByWater Institute, the Murphy Institute, and the School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine. Salary and academic rank will be commensurate wit
POSITION DESCRIPTION The Tulane University School of Architecture seeks qualified non-tenure-track candidates in Real Estate Development at the rank of Lecturer or Professor of Practice. The anticipated starting date of the position can be no later than July 1, 2022. This position will support our educational mission in the teaching of real estate development at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, while significantly expanding our existing career services and career advising. This position will serve as the primary liaison between Real Estate Development students and a wide range of employers regionally, nationally, and internationally. We are seeking a faculty member with professional experience in any number of allied fields of the built environment, including real estate finance, development, law, urban planning, and design. Additionally, in partnership with the School's Program Manager for Career Services and External Relations, the successful candidate will develop and lead a robust career services program focused on real estate development, including by organizing career-development workshops, proactively identifying internship and full-time opportunities, compiling industry reports and trends, collecting survey data and statistics for our graduates, and working closely with other campus partners. The core teaching role will likely include two (2) sections of one required undergraduate course (SRED 2010, 2020, 2030, or 2040) plus the development and teaching of three (3) one-credit elective courses in Career Management. Administrative work will focus on career advising and employment resources for approximately 300 undergraduate students and 20 graduate students in Real Estate Development programs. Tulane's academic programs in real estate are aligned with the School's traditional Architecture degrees (B.Arch, B.S.Arch, M.Arch, and M.S.Arch), Master of Preservation Studies (MPS) degree, as well as the A.B. Freeman School of Business graduate degrees (MBA, MS). Other programs and centers at Tulane University provide opportunities for interdisciplinary research and collaboration, including the ByWater Institute, the Murphy Institute, and the School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine. Salary and academic rank will be commensurate wit
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