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  1. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176690764&Title=Assistant%2FAssociate Professor of Art%2C Tenure Track https://www.malone.edu/about/people/university-leadership/d-nathan-phinney/office-of-the-provost/faculty-employment-opportunities/ The successful candidate will have expertise in the following areas: Any specific area in the visual arts. Teaching experience in some of the following courses: 2D Design, Adobe Suite, Typography, Illustration, Animation, Art History The successful candidate will possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills and desire to work with and nurture young designers. We are also looking for candidates who can demonstrate a continuing record of artistic production. Responsibilities: The normal teaching load is 12 credits per semester. Teach a variety of courses in digital art and graphic design courses. Advise and mentor students. Engage in scholarship/creative expression and community service. Promote visual art and graphic design programs. Serve on departmental & institutional committees. Qualifications: M.F.A. or Ph.D. in graphic design or related field by August 2018. Strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and mentoring, professional development and scholarly research/creative expression. Portfolio of creative expression and evidence of ongoing efforts at creating art in his/her chosen media. Commitment to the Christian faith and a commitment to the integration of faith and learning in the academic discipline. If applying at the associate level, the candidate must meet the requirements for that rank. Associate-level candidates should have at least 6 years of teaching experience at the assistant level and an established record of scholarly and creative expression.
  2. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176695601&Title=Lecturer%2FBranded Storytelling https://psu.jobs/job/77615 This is a non-tenure track appointment. Candidates must be able to teach video production and must have demonstrated experience managing client-driven media projects. A minimum of five years of professional video production/post-production is required. A master's degree and university teaching experience are preferred. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Applicants must electronically submit their applications, including a letter of interest, resume or curriculum vitae, an abbreviated portfolio that includes links to video work, and a list of three references who may be contacted.
  3. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176696524&Title=Faculty%2C Multimedia Graphic Design%2C %23301510 - BCC https://frontrange-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&id=23&jobid=1839&company_id=16694&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=992281&level=levelid1&levelid1=36330&startflag=2 GENERAL SUMMARY The Multimedia Graphic Design faculty member has primary responsibilities for teaching full time and administering the Multimedia Graphic Design academic program.. This position requires a person who can develop and deliver innovative MGD curriculum using dynamic, responsive and technology-based methods that are matched to the needs of our students and the industry. The applicant should meet the following instructional standards: Create an effective learning environment for students; teach courses consistent with CCCNS MGD template and appropriate course content guide, catalog description, at the scheduled time and place and meets required contact hours; use appropriate resources, technology, and pedagogy in the delivery of courses; sustain consistency and course integrity through participation in college-wide and programmatic assessment of student learning; and collaborate with colleagues for instructional improvement and adhere to departmental standards and policies. This faculty member should have an understanding of all aspects of MGD including: graphic design, digital animation, web design and video production& editing. The primary focus of this position is to teach a variety of classes in the Multimedia Technology Program with an emphasis on print media. MGD is a Career and Technical program at FRCC and requires that faculty maintain and facilitate an Advisory Board and interface with area employers to assess needs of the industry and to aid in placing FRCC graduates. MGD faculty must work with other campus and college wide faculty in the MGD program to provide program leadership and student support. REQUIRED EDUCATION Bachelor's degree in Multimedia Technology, Graphic Design or related discipline, from a regionally accredited college/university. Expert knowledge in Adobe CC Applications: InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop. REQUIRED EXPERIENCE Minimum of two years of commercial work experience in a multimedia related field within the last five years. The ability to qualify for the Colorado Career and Technical Education (CTE) Credential.
  4. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176696903&Title=Assistant Professor%2C Graphic Design https://www.sdccdjobs.com/postings/9103 The Position: Applications are now being accepted for a full time position of Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at San Diego City College beginning Fall 2018. One of the three colleges in the San Diego Community College District, City College is an urban campus, minutes away from a world class zoo and Balboa Park, providing academic and vocational offerings to meet the needs of a diverse student population. Major Responsibilities: The Assistant Professor of Graphic Design is a member of the Visual and Performing Arts Department and reports to the Dean of the School of Arts, Humanities, Communication and Telecommunications. The Visual and Performing Arts Department includes the disciplines of Dance, Drama, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Music and Photography. Responsibilities will include supervising and instructing students, maintaining office hours for student advisement and counseling, coordinating design lab and studio acquisitions and maintenance. Other administrative duties include class scheduling, curriculum development, grant writing, managing adjunct faculty, master planning, task stream, serving as a liaison between the graphic design program and other college and community entities, and performing other duties as assigned. Qualifications: ( Masters Degree Not Expected: BA + 2 years or AA + 6 years) Desktop publishing
  5. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176698177&Title=Faculty Full Time - Computer Graphics Minimum Knowledge and Experience Master's degree or higher in the teaching discipline or Master's degree or higher with a concentration in the teaching discipline (a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline). One year of demonstrated teaching experience required. Official transcripts will be required. ***Will be subject to a criminal background check. Some positions may be subject to a fingerprint check.*** NOTE: THIS IS A TEMPORARY TEACHING OPPORTUNITY FOR UP TO TWO YEARS, BASED ON PERFORMANCE AND BUDGET. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Provides students with a written course syllabus that should include items specified by the college and/or Dallas County Community College System. Participates in the evaluation of the instructional process and uses innovative strategies to continually improve learning. Participates in development and support of their discipline by recommending books and materials, revising curricula, and recommending teaching assignments when appropriate. Maintains accurate and complete course records as required by law and the Board of Trustees Policies and Procedures Manual. Performs professional activities and assumes professional responsibilities as agreed upon with the division dean, and works with colleagues to achieve shared goals and visions. Values the collaborative process. Uses knowledge of diverse communities and learning styles and has the ability to incorporate diversity of delivery of such learning styles in instruction. Participates in student advising and registration. Utilizes technology to facilitate learning and to access data, maintain records, generate reports, and communicate with others.
  6. In many cases, Design is within an Art and Design department. Some might think the grass is greener and maybe having their own Design department or being part of a different department might have advantages. I like to hear good and bad examples of Design moving. This isn't a discussion on the value of Art in Design, that will always be there. I am looking for more result based stories of design in academic structure.
  7. http://elisava.net/en/center/agenda/international-days-deans-and-experts-impact-through-design Together with the unique participation of 25 Deans and design experts of the most important and prestigious worldwide design and art schools, ELISAVA presents the International Days of Deans and Design Experts, that will take place on 4-5-6 April 2018 in Barcelona. The objective is to: Address together how design impacts our society. As a result of two days of analysis and workshops, a manifesto/roadmap will be created collaboratively and it will describe how design is a key agent to reach the UN's SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). With the objective of boosting the inclusion of design institutions in the political agenda that works to achieve the development of the UN's SDGs, ELISAVA will send this manifesto to the UN and the European Commission. Since at this time design has no relevance in the European research agenda, this manifesto aims to reverse this situation. Some of the subjects that are expected to be addressed are: how design can contribute to revert climate change, overcoming lack of resources, approach to the relationship with robots, new technologies, and so on. The event is organised by the Professor Arianna Mazzeo, ELISAVA's Head of International Relations, together with Eija Salmi, General Secretary of the Cumulus network. The main objective is to promote Design Education by introducing the UN Sustainable Development Goals to the design curriculum and design research education. During these days, companies such as Ikea, Seat or Adidas and private and public institutions such as La Caixa and the Municipality of Barcelona will be challenging the thematic focus: how to impact through design. The following design institutions will also be present: New York's Parsons School of Design, London's Royal College of Art, Politecnico of Milano, Brooklyn's Pratt Institute, Shanghai's Tonjii University, Rhode Island's RISD, London's UCL-Central San Martin, Eindhoven's TUE, Toronto's George Brown College of Design, Stockholm's Design School Konstafack, Toronto's OCAD University, Sapienza University of Rome, Umeä Institut of Design, Sheffield Hallam University, DEA Eindhoven, Rekiavik's University of Lapland, Escuela Politécnica de Valencia, Kolding Design School, Open Design School Capetown, HASSELT Design School, Istambul's ÖzU Institue of Design, NID India, Madeira's European Research Center and the Carnegie Mellon Design School. The event is co-produced with Cumulus, the worldwide association that serves art, design education and research. This activity is part of Design Does.
  8. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176686639&Title=Wenzhou-Kean University Anticipated Faculty Positions 2018-2019 (Graphic Design %26 Architecture) Kean, a comprehensive New Jersey state university, is seeking faculty from all disciplines for its additional instructional location in Wenzhou, China. All faculty positions are full-time assignments, effective for the start of the fall or spring semester. Positions will be offered at either the tenure-track or Lecturer level. Tenure-track appointments are available at the rank of Assistant Professor and require teaching assignments (24 credits per academic year); student and learning support services; advising; service to the university and/or professional community; and research. A Lecturer is a full-time employee who teaches and provides student and learning support services during the assigned periods. Ten-month lecturers teach 30 credits per academic year; twelve-month lecturers teach 39 credits per year. Lecturers teach; provide student and learning support services; service to the university and/or professional community; and perform related work as required. Lecturer positions are non-tenure track and may be renewed on an annual basis. Teaching assignments and related responsibilities may include day, evening, weekend and online courses. Interest or experience in using advanced instructional technologies to improve the teaching/learning process is highly desirable. All faculty may be required to teach General Education courses. Qualifications: A Doctorate degree is required in the relevant or a related field for tenure-track positions; ABD considered with completion prior to the effective date of employment. A terminal degree is required for tenure-track positions in Graphic Design and Architecture. Master's degree in a related field is required for Lecturer positions. A minimum of one year of teaching experience at the post-secondary level and English fluency is required for all positions. Graphic Design - to teach a full range of undergraduate courses (interactive, print, screen) in graphic design and/or advertising design. Tenure-track candidates are expected to provide leadership in the growth and development of the program in strong co-operation with colleagues at Kean USA. Contact: Search Committee Chairperson at wkudesign@kean.edu. Architecture - to teach a full range of undergraduate Architecture courses (e.g. Studio, Representation, Elements/Principles courses). Tenure-track candidates are expected to provide leadership in the growth and development of the program in strong co-operation with colleagues at Kean USA. Contact: Search Committee Chairperson at wkuarch@kean.edu.
  9. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176685695&Title=Assistant Professor of Art - Experimental Animation DESCRIPTION: Snow College Visual Arts is seeking dynamic applicants for the position of Assistant Professor of Art with an emphasis in experimental animation/video. This is a tenure track position. BFA required, MFA preferred. QUALIFICATIONS: Successful candidates will demonstrate a high level of professional engagement with current trends in contemporary art and emerging technologies; have a robust exhibition record; provide evidence of successful teaching beyond graduate school; proficiency in Adobe and other software/hardware specific to the area of specialization; the ability to move fluidly between digital and analog modes, and dedication to fundamentals of art making. The candidate will assist in developing the vision and curriculum in experimental animation and video, including, but not limited to narrative video, experimental animation, and the foundation 4D time-based media course. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITES/DUTIES: Teach 6 studio courses annually, or equivalent thereof, in experimental animation, experimental video, and 4D time-based media, visualization, and other seminar, visual arts foundation, and general education classes as needed and that are specific to area of expertise Manage the Digital Media studio Advise students Assist with recruiting and retention of students and otherwise promoting the department Active participation in campus and regional communities Professionally active and engaged as an artist Other duties in accordance with the Snow College Workload Document
  10. https://www.higheredjobs.com/faculty/details.cfm?JobCode=176687214&Title=Assistant Professor%2C Art (Graphic Design) The Department of Art & Design at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi invites applications for an Assistant Professor of Art in Graphic Design, Full Time, Tenure Track to teach in a rapidly growing design program, beginning fall 2018. All applicants must be proficient in the theories and fundamentals of graphic design with a working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite, Macintosh computer environment as well as an understanding of practical industry expectations for new graduates. Applicants should articulate a vision for a rigorous curriculum in graphic design with a focus on preparing students to succeed professionally by cultivating their technical, aesthetic, and creative processes. The candidate should have the ability to adapt to technological and philosophical shifts in the design industry and have the capability to modify courses when needed to meet such shifts. Required Qualifications MFA (Master of Fine Arts) in Graphic Design or equivalent degree in related field required. Two years teaching graphic design at the university or college level (Graduate school teaching appointment or assistantship experience may be considered). Evidence of an on-going and active professional record. Experience introducing students to professional opportunities, such as coordination of internships or co-ops, experiential and service learning projects, etc. Commitment to scholarship/creative activity, teaching and service.
  11. Symposium Dates: Ongoing to 1 January 2019 Organized by: Leonardo Journal Publication: Leonardo Scope — In 2017 Leonardo celebrated 50 years of publishing work and research at the intersection of art, science and technology. As part of the celebrations, we are initiating a 3-year symposium that will address issues surrounding the development of the PhD in Art and Design. Today, universities around the world are debating this issue. While the MFA is a terminal degree for professional practice, the PhD is a research degree—the doctor of philosophy. The debate began in the U.K. when independent art and design schools were merged with universities or raised to university status. This led to the question of equivalent standards for academic appointment to once-separate programs within now-unified universities. Universities in Europe, Asia, Australia and North America have now joined the conversation by establishing new PhD programs or initiating serious debates on whether—and how—to build them. The question of the PhD for art and design raises many challenging issues. First among these is the nature of research, research training and the PhD. This issue may seem obvious to those who have earned a PhD in the natural sciences, social sciences or liberal arts, but it remains a complicated issue to address in understanding the PhD for art and design. What is the PhD in art? What is the PhD in design? What should a PhD be in a field of professional practice? Should there be several kinds of PhD in art and design or one major model? Why pursue such a degree? What is the nature of such a PhD with respect to research quality as distinct from the quality of art or design practice? Why are so many programs struggling or going wrong? Why do universities and accrediting authorities permit problematic programs to continue? Why, in the past, did artists interested in research choose to take a PhD in disciplines outside art? Are there specific skills all researchers require without respect to their discipline? These are questions to consider, and there are people who have something to say about them, including experienced supervisors. With this symposium, we are reaching out to those with solid experience in doctoral education to draw on their skills and wisdom. The fresh debate on the PhD for art and design taking place in North American universities has global implications. This debate makes it imperative to consider the different models of doctoral education elsewhere in the world. Is it reasonable to earn a PhD for a practice-based thesis with an artifact or an exhibition in place of the thesis, accompanied by an essay of 20,000 words? Should doctoral programs admit students to research training programs without undergraduate experience in such key skills as analysis, rhetoric, logic or mathematics? Can undergraduate art and design students with a focus on studio skills hope to succeed in doctoral work when they have had little or no experience in the kinds of information seeking or writing that form the basis for earning a research degree? Is it possible to award PhD degrees for skills and capacities completely different from those in any established research field? In North America, an exhibition of artifacts with a short thesis is the basis for awarding an MFA degree; in the U.K. and Australia and at some European art schools, this is the basis for awarding a PhD. Is it possible to merge these two traditions? The SEAD and STEAM Challenge — One of the specific challenges we face internationally is finding new ways to enable collaboration between science and engineering with the arts, design and the humanities (SEAD). The United States National Science Foundation funded a SEAD study(link is external) highlighting a number of international developments and best practices that inevitably will influence the question of the PhD in art and design. One of the areas in this study was the emerging discussion on “STEM to STEAM.” Call for Papers — The PhD for art and design has become a significant issue in worldwide university education. As the world’s oldest peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal for the arts, sciences and technology, Leonardo has a responsibility to serve as a forum for the conversation. This symposium is our contribution to the emerging dialogue on this issue in North America and around the world. We seek several kinds of contributions to a 3-year symposium on the PhD in art and design. • First, we seek full-length peer-reviewed articles for publication in the Leonardo addressing key issues concerning the PhD in art and design. • Second, we seek significant reports, research studies and case studies. Since these will be longer than journal articles, we will review them for journal publication as extended abstracts with references, and we will publish the full documents on the Leonardo website. • Finally, we will welcome Letters to the Editors in response to published articles and to the documents on the website. Proposals and Inquiries - Interested authors should submit inquiries to: Jack Ox <jackox@intermediaprojects.org> Articles to Date — The first five articles in the symposium are available open access from the Leonardo web site, or from WeTransfer at URL: https://we.tl/j3D2OCpgRK These are: • Meredith Davis. “Confronting the Limitations of the MFA as Preparation for PhD Study” • Linda Candy & Ernest Edmonds. “Practice-Based Research in the Creative Arts: Foundations and Futures from the Front Line” • Diane Zeeuw. “The Devlopment and Evolution of the Creative Arts Practice-led PhD at the Victorian College of the Arts” • Virginia Maksymowicz & Blaise Tobia. “An Alternative Approach to Establishing a Studio Doctorate in Fine Art” • Ken Friedman & Jack Ox. “PhD in Art and Design: Introduction” We welcome proposals and inquiries. Guest Editors — Ken Friedman, PhD, DSc (hc), FDRS, is Chair Professor of Design Innovation Studies at Tongji University; University Distinguished Professor at Swinburne University; and Adjunct Professor at James Cook University. Jack Ox, PhD, MFA, Research Fellow at ART/SCI Lab, ATEC, UTDallas Research Associate with the Center for Advanced Research Computing (CARC) University of New Mexico. — (originally listed in Design Studies Forum)
  12. https://yourfuture.sdbor.edu/postings/10440 InstitutionSouth Dakota State University Working Title: Instructor of Graphic Design Posting Number: F00134P Department: SDSU-School of Design Physical Location of Position (City): Brookings The Graphic Design Program in the School of Design at South Dakota State University invites applications for an Instructor faculty to begin August 2018. Successful candidates must be proficient in the theories and fundamentals of Graphic Design expertise with a working knowledge of the Adobe CC and emerging advancement in Web Design. The successful candidate will teach undergraduate classes where technical skill, contemporary culture, design theory, and cross-disciplinary collaboration are key. We seek a colleague who has a thorough understanding of the implications of design practice in relationship to broader social, cultural, economic, scientific, and technological forces; has the ability to inspire students and to help them develop skills necessary for the translation of meaningful ideas into innovative and actionable solutions to real world problems; and can assist with the development and support of the program’s relationships with external partnerships and non-profit institutions. SDSU is especially interested in candidates that can contribute to and/or coordinate course offerings that address the experiences of underrepresented minorities in organizations. Women, minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply. Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in Graphic Design, developing curriculum, mentoring students, supporting accreditation effort, service, and engaging in student recruitment and retention.
  13. Promotion is generally a completely separate consideration than tenure. At some institutions, promotion coincides with tenure approval, while at others, promotion can happen even before tenure has been approved. There is also a difference among the types of employment agreements. Contract faculty and typically adjunct faculty do not have tenure. But often there is the possibility for promotion. Is the three-legged stool (research, teaching, service) considered for your promotion assessment? How does promotion work at your institution and what are the things that are expected of you to receive a promotion? Are the standards and requirements different for each level? Do they look at things, such as impact factor and influence on the discipline? What are the types of documents you are expected to supply? Are committees and outside reviewers involved?
  14. http://hrapps2.zu.ac.ae/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?page=/oracle/apps/irc/candidateSelfService/webui/VisVacDispPG&OAHP=IRC_EXT_SITE_VISITOR_APPL&OASF=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY&akRegionApplicationId=821&transactionid=1928324496&retainAM=N&addBreadCrumb=RP&p_svid=10125&p_spid=476258&oapc=11&oas=BSFqgcKCvhLm3uM9HoV54A.. CACE seeks two qualified candidates to fill a full-time, multi-year, faculty position in the area of Multimedia Design and to teach in the baccalaureate programs in Animation Design and Multimedia on the Abu Dhabi and Dubai campus starting August 2018. The Requirements Applicants must have earned a terminal degree in Animation, Multimedia, or a related field and demonstrate a strong record of professional or artistic activity and accomplishments. The successful applicant will have a record of teaching and will be expected to teach both introductory and advanced level courses. Experience with graduate programs would be an asset...
  15. http://hrapps2.zu.ac.ae/OA_HTML/OA.jsp?page=/oracle/apps/irc/candidateSelfService/webui/VisVacDispPG&OAHP=IRC_EXT_SITE_VISITOR_APPL&OASF=IRC_VIS_VAC_DISPLAY&akRegionApplicationId=821&transactionid=1928324496&retainAM=N&addBreadCrumb=RP&p_svid=10128&p_spid=476261&oapc=7&oas=sl1xSZCnPpFPYANQGOa8_A.. The College seeks candidates at the Assistant, Associate and/or Full Professor levels. The College is seeking a dynamic, imaginative, and collegial interactive media collaborator with cutting edge creativity and technological savvy, possessing web design and development as well as mobile application skills to join our creative media team. We seek candidates with innovative ideas who will be able to teach and to help foster a thriving interactive media program in which student interests drive an ever-evolving project-based curriculum. The College defines Interactive Media as referring to the collection of communication resources and tools available via computer networks, mobile technologies, electronic devices and the Internet, that have emerged to enable broader public participation in society, culture, and commerce. The B.S. in Multimedia Design challenges students to create interactive systems that connect people across multiple media platforms, facilitate participation, convey information, communicate stories, enhance experiences, and otherwise augment, improve, and bring both enlightenment and meaning to people's lives. This may involve the development of mobile apps, the manipulation of digital media, the construction of immersive virtual experiences, or the investigation of as yet unrealized forms. New faculty members will teach and conduct research or engage in creative activity within the B.S. in Multimedia Design. The ability to work with colleagues in the College of Arts and Creative Enterprises and the College of Technological Innovation to maintain the collaborative nature of the B.S. in Multimedia Design is essential...
  16. Pilots use them. Physicians use them. Why not designers?
  17. https://educators.aiga.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/NASAD-COMPETENCIES.pdf NASAD-COMPETENCIES.pdf
  18. https://educators.aiga.org/design-teaching-resource-receives-aiga-innovate-grant/ Design Incubation was about to embark on a similar effort when we stumbled upon this AIGA DEC grant award winner. We're excited to see how it turns out! If you want to get involved, follow the link below. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18hOofD5M8QzvsTpp_qT4aP4CwQSg_oEssnAfKE7bhps/viewform?edit_requested=true
  19. https://educators.aiga.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/DESIGNER-2025-SUMMARY.pdf Here's a really great white paper put out by AIGA DEC on thinking about the direction of design, design thinking, and design education, looking out to 2025. A must-read for serious educators.
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    http://conference.collegeart.org/ Wednesday, Feb 21 – Saturday Feb 24, 2018 Los Angeles Convention Center
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    Affiliated Society: Design Incubation Friday, 2/23/18: 12:30–1:30 PM LA Convention Center: 406B Moderator Gloria Kondrup Executive Director Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography Graphic Design Faculty, ArtCenter College of Design https://designincubation.com/publications/colloquium/affiliated-society-meeting-design-incubation-special-program-on-typography/
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