Department of Interior Design
Assistant Professor (tenure-track): Teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, pursuing peer-reviewed scholarly and creative inquiry, and providing service to the department, school, university, and community are foundational expectations. The standard tenure-track faculty workload is 65% teaching, 25% research, scholarship or creative activity and 10% service. The typical tenure-track faculty teaching assignment is one studio and one lecture/seminar per semester. This Assistant Professor will lead studio and classroom instruction, create curriculum material, construct syllabi, assess student knowledge and skills, advise students, and provide other scholastic achievement guidance.
Visiting Assistant Professor (1-3 years): Perform the same functions as the Assistant Professor (tenure-track) with the exception of pursuing scholarly and creative inquiry. The Visiting Assistant Professor will teach 18-22 credit hours per year with an assignment of two studios, or one studio and one lecture/seminar per semester.
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The University of Arkansas represents the best of public higher education, advancing Arkansas while building a better world.
The University of Arkansas is determined to build a better world by providing transformational opportunities and skills, promoting an inclusive and diverse culture, nurturing creativity, and solving problems through research and discovery, all in service to Arkansas.
Since 1871, our fundamental purpose as a land-grant institution and state flagship remains unchanged — to serve the state of Arkansas as a partner, resource and catalyst by:
- Providing access to a comprehensive and internationally competitive public education, and fostering student success across a wide spectrum of disciplines.
- Utilizing research, discovery and creative activity to improve the quality of life, develop solutions to the challenges we face and drive the state’s economy.
- Contributing service and expertise through outreach, engagement and collaboration.