ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR – Tenured Faculty
Urban Futures Research Cluster Initiative
Focusing on Quality of Life in Disadvantaged Urban Communities
School of Planning
College of Design, Architecture, Art & Planning
UNIVERSITY of CINCINNATI
The School of Planning in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati is actively seeking candidates to fill an interdisciplinary faculty position focused on research, teaching and service to improve the quality of life for residents of disadvantaged urban communities
The School of Planning at the University of Cincinnati has recently posted a search for an Associate Professor Focusing on Quality of Life in Disadvantaged Urban Communities. We are actively seeking candidates to fill a tenured faculty position focused on topics such as race or racism, social (in)justice, educational inequality or access, health disparities, housing, poverty, urban policing, or other topics relevant to American cities and urban living. Please see the link to the job announcement for detailed information about the position: https://jobs.uc.edu/job/Cincinnati-Associate-Professor-School-of-Planning -OH-45201/361750100/.
This new position is part of a $4 million University investment to fund five faculty members in different units (Urban Planning; Education; Criminal Justice; Sociology; and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies) who will work together to comprise an Urban Futures Research Cluster. Each of the new faculty members will be provided graduate and undergraduate research assistant in addition to start-up funds and relocation benefits.
If you have colleagues or former students, or if you have in mind faculty in other universities who you feel would be a good fit for the position and may be interested in applying, please forward this announcement to them.
Application Process: Complete an Applicant Profile and upload your CV/Resume. Then under Requisition # 13690, upload your Cover Letter of Interest and the names and contact information for three academic references in the ‘Additional Documents’ section.
Danilo Pallazo and Chris Auffrey will be at the ACSP Conference in Portland next week, and will be available to discuss the position if you are interested.