The George Hasslein Chair is a Visiting Faculty for Interdisciplinary Studies in Environmental Design in the College of Architecture and Environmental Design at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California is a visiting teaching professorship that recognizes preeminent practitioners or scholars whose presence in the College as active teachers will enrich the interdisciplinary environment for students and faculty across all of the college's majors. Selected candidates will emphasize student mentoring and engagement with practitioners, both on campus and through field trips.
The George Hasslein Visiting Faculty is a full-time, one-quarter, nonrenewable appointment in the Fall 2020 (09/10/20-12/12/20), or Winter 2021 (01/04/21-03/22/21), or Spring 2021 (03/29/21-06/12/21) quarter. A split appointment between two part-time collaborators who share Visiting Faculty position may be considered. Co-teaching with Cal Poly faculty who share the Visiting Faculty's interests is possible.
The position entails a two-course teaching assignment to include one project-based studio or laboratory course that enrolls two or more majors within the college and one seminar or lecture course open to all majors, plus service to the university. Service will include presentation of the George Hasslein Public Lecture, guest speaking in classes and student clubs, participation in reviews of student work, and mentoring of students and faculty.
Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
San Luis Obispo, California