Wortham Fellowship at Rice University in the United States: (Deadline 30 November 2020)
Applications call for Wortham Fellowship at Rice University in the United States of America. The Wortham Fellowship was established twenty-five years ago to give promising and outstanding candidates the opportunity to teach and conduct research.
This two-year teaching fellowship is specifically targeted at individuals who are beginning or advancing a career of practice and teaching. The school is particularly interested in highly motivated candidates with a clearly defined design/research agenda who are also prepared to contribute to our commitment to diversity and inclusion in our curriculum. Rice Architecture encourages applications from women and historically underrepresented groups. With a teaching load of three courses per year; fellows are able to hone their research in the context of the school’s small, tightly-knit academic community.
In order to be eligible for Wortham Fellowship at Rice University, candidates must have the following qualifications
- Candidates should hold, at a minimum, a Master of Architecture degree or its equivalent.
- Degree requirements must be fulfilled by July 1 of the year employment commences.
- Applications should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, proposed research agenda, samples of course syllabi, professional, scholarly, or creative work—link or upload (9MB max upload)—and contact information for three references.
- Shortlisted candidates may be asked to submit a full portfolio at a later date. The deadline for applications is January 4, 2021.
William Marsh Rice University (Rice University) is a private research university with an undergraduate focus in Houston, Texas. The university is situated on a 300-acre (121 ha) campus near the Houston Museum District and is adjacent to the Texas Medical Center. Moreover, the university has a very high level of research activity, with $156 million in sponsored research funding in 2019. In addition to that, Rice is noted for its applied science programs in the fields of artificial heart research, structural chemical analysis, signal processing, space science, and nanotechnology. In 2010, it was ranked first in the world in materials science research by Times Higher Education (THE).