Faculty members in the Department of Art and Design must maintain active creative, professional, or scholarly research in their field and contribute to the department, school, and university through committee service and faculty-shared governance responsibilities.
The successful candidate will bring leadership experience, an accomplished record of research, and evidence of innovative teaching in design.
Collaborative interdisciplinary opportunities exist between the Design and Visual Communications program and The Lubar Entrepreneurship Center, as well as the School of Engineering, Architecture, Public Health, School of Information Sciences and other colleges and schools on UWM’s campus. This position has the additional potential to work with international programs.
Participation in the Department of Art and Design’s current and developing graduate program through mentorship and development is expected. Other services to the department will include involvement in curriculum development, area course scheduling, community outreach, co-maintaining the area budget, advising students, and participating in the Design and Visual Communication Student Portfolio Review.
The anticipated start date for this position is August 24, 2020.