University of Michigan – Landscape Architecture: Ecological Design

Faculty Positions in Landscape Architecture: Ecological Design

Tenured or Tenure-track and

Professor of Practice

University of Michigan

School for Environment and Sustainability

The School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) at the University of Michigan seeks applicants for a full-time tenured or tenure-track position AND a Professor of Practice to contribute to the Landscape Architecture Master of Landscape Architecture Program and SEAS Doctoral Programs. A professional degree in Landscape Architecture or related design field is required. Please see full position descriptions as well as application requirements via these links.

Tenure or tenure-track position:

Professor of Practice position:

We seek a faculty colleague who will meaningfully contribute to the University of Michigan’s leadership in landscape architecture ecological design teaching and research, as well as to collaborative opportunities for teaching, research and service in SEAS and the University. The School for Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan The School offers a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture (M.L.A.), a Ph.D. in Environment and Sustainability, and a professional M.S. degree in six specializations: Conservation Ecology; Environmental Informatics; Sustainable Systems; Environmental Policy and Planning; Behavior, Education and Communication; and Environmental Justice. The student body includes over 430 M.S./M.L.A. and 46 doctoral students. SEAS participates in multiple cross-campus degree programs, including an undergraduate Program in the Environment degree and dual degrees with the Schools of Architecture and Urban Planning, Business, Engineering, Law, and Public Health. SEAS also offers several graduate certificate programs. Additional information about the School can be found at

SEAS prizes our accredited 3-year M.L.A. and 2-year post-professional M.L.A. programs, which base design on a foundation of cultural interpretation and ecological understanding. The Ph.D. allows faculty to educate scholars who will be influential in advancing the knowledge base of landscape architecture globally. Additional information about the Landscape Architecture Program and the School for Environment and Sustainability can be found at

These full-time, 9 month faculty appointments commence on September 1, 2020. Review of applications will begin 9-30-19. For assistance or further information, you may contact

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