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POSITION DESCRIPTION The Tulane University School of Architecture seeks qualified tenure-track (pre-tenure) candidates in Real Estate Development at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The anticipated starting date of the position is 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 contributing to the development of our urban research agenda in the areas of sustainable real estate, social impact and climate change mitigation and adaptation. This professorship is expected to continue the tradition of close teaching and research collaboration with the program faculty of architecture, design, and historic preservation, as well as the new program in landscape architecture. Research expectations include original contributions to high-impact peer reviewed journals, edited volumes and books. There is an expectation that the faculty member will seek to develop and participate in competitive research grant applications in coordination with faculty from across the school and the university. Relevant ongoing university-wide research initiatives center on climate change, urban dimensions of inequality, affordable housing and public health in the built environment. The selected candidate will integrate their expertise and provide new insights within our Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development (MSRED) program and Bachelor of Science in Real Estate (BSRE) program. We are seeking a faculty member with expertise in any number of allied fields of the built environment, including GIS and spatial analytics, urban economics, real estate finance, and urban planning and design. Additionally, we have particular interest in a candidate who can strengthen the delivery of a two-semester sequence of Design + Development Studios at the undergraduate level. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in the applied processes of urban and real estate development, including aspects of financing, environmental and land use regulation, project delivery and management. Tulane's academic programs in real estate are aligned with the School's traditional Architecture degrees (B.Arch, BS-Arch, M.Arch, and MS-Arch), Master of Preservation Studies (MPS) deg
POSITION DESCRIPTION The Tulane University School of Architecture seeks qualified tenure-track (pre-tenure) candidates in Real Estate Development at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor. The anticipated starting date of the position is 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 contributing to the development of our urban research agenda in the areas of sustainable real estate, social impact and climate change mitigation and adaptation. This professorship is expected to continue the tradition of close teaching and research collaboration with the program faculty of architecture, design, and historic preservation, as well as the new program in landscape architecture. Research expectations include original contributions to high-impact peer reviewed journals, edited volumes and books. There is an expectation that the faculty member will seek to develop and participate in competitive research grant applications in coordination with faculty from across the school and the university. Relevant ongoing university-wide research initiatives center on climate change, urban dimensions of inequality, affordable housing and public health in the built environment. The selected candidate will integrate their expertise and provide new insights within our Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development (MSRED) program and Bachelor of Science in Real Estate (BSRE) program. We are seeking a faculty member with expertise in any number of allied fields of the built environment, including GIS and spatial analytics, urban economics, real estate finance, and urban planning and design. Additionally, we have particular interest in a candidate who can strengthen the delivery of a two-semester sequence of Design + Development Studios at the undergraduate level. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in the applied processes of urban and real estate development, including aspects of financing, environmental and land use regulation, project delivery and management. Tulane's academic programs in real estate are aligned with the School's traditional Architecture degrees (B.Arch, BS-Arch, M.Arch, and MS-Arch), Master of Preservation Studies (MPS) deg
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