- teach graduate-level courses,
- seek funding for faculty and student projects,
- provide service to the industry and the regional community,
- organize symposia,
- serve as an academic and career advisor to students,
- recruit students and faculty,
- do professional outreach,
- and seek awards for student and faculty work.
The successful candidate will teach two courses per semester and be actively engaged in research/creative/applied project activities and scholarly work producing tangible results in a form appropriate to real estate development. Teaching duties will be determined in consultation with the candidate. Still, the candidate should be able to teach introductory and advanced real estate development finance and a real estate development capstone/practicum/studio.
The successful candidate will also be expected to make service contributions at one or more institution levels. Candidates should demonstrate promise of contribution to knowledge in one or more fields of real estate study and research. The balance of these duties will be reviewed annually by the supervisor and the successful candidate. The reviews will relate to program needs and interests and the candidate’s career development trajectory.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:
The School and its departments and programs are interested in candidates who have demonstrated commitment to excellence by providing leadership in teaching, research, or service toward building an equitable and diverse environment.
The successful candidate will have an opportunity to join a Real Estate Development Program on the rise and help shape its future directions, reach, and impact. This future will leverage curricular innovations and connections to improve the economic, social, and environmental impact of real estate development, building the profession’s future. The future also influences how real estate development can address affordability, sustainability, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Finally, this future will leverage the MSRED’s unique position in UB’s School of Architecture and Planning. The candidate is expected to support curricular and teaching innovation. They will foster, leverage, and maintain regional and (inter) national industry, academic, and community relationships, generate leading real estate insights through research and provide proactive student support and mentorship. The School is developing affordable housing, ecological practices, inclusive design, and innovations in development policies.
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