The position is open until filled.
The Textile and Fashion Design Program (TFD) in the Department of Design Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison seeks applicants for a faculty position in Fashion Design with a focus on Circular and Sustainable Design. The full-time, 9-month assistant (tenure-track) or associate (tenured) professor will teach undergraduate and graduate students, conduct research and provide thought-leadership in programmatic guidance in Fashion Design, ranging from continuous improvement in the curriculum to training students to produce the next generation of leaders in the field of sustainable and regenerative textile and fashion revolution.
The TFD Program is currently undergoing a program revision to focus on producing graduates who are responsible, resourceful, and research-driven about the place of textiles and fashion in global societies, cultures, economies, and environments. As such, we are seeking candidates who will be responsible for teaching classes and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students, and conducting impactful research in fashion design and systems with an emphasis on resourcefulness, responsible design, and innovative research methods. This position will also provide thought-leadership for guiding the Fashion Design program and carries research, teaching, and service responsibilities appropriate for the rank sought: assistant or associate professor level. The 2-2 teaching load (4 courses per year) will include courses at introductory and advanced undergraduate levels.
To learn more about this position, its responsibilities, and to apply, follow this link: https://jobs.wisc.edu/jobs/assistant-or-associate-professor-in-fashion-design-madison-wisconsin-united-states
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