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UCD requires lecturer/assistant professor in landscape studies

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Successful candidate will carry out research in areas such as land use policy, climate adaptation and design



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26 August 2021

At Growtrade, we highlight opportunities from around Ireland that would be suitable to landscapists, growers, turfgrass professionals, horticulturalists, and forestry professionals.

Here is one such temporary post for a lecturer/assistant professor in landscape studies and environmental policy within UCD School Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy

Applicants must have a PhD at the interface between environmental policy and landscape studies, a strong demonstrable commitment to evidence-based research and publication, an ability to teach at university level, a capacity for graduate student supervision, a commitment to translating the fruits of research into innovation and impact, excellent interpersonal skills, and a capacity and enthusiasm for working in an interdisciplinary context on the interface of the UCD Landscape Architecture and UCD Environmental Policy subject areas, relevant UCD research institutes (e.g. UCD Earth Institute), and the wider academic community.

It is expected that the successful candidate will be required to contribute two environmental policy (ENVP) subject modules and some undergraduate and graduate student supervision, and the balance of teaching and supervision into the Landscape Architecture (LARC) programmes. The successful candidate will contribute to the administration and promotion of programmes in landscape architecture. The successful candidate will carry out research in areas such as:

  • Land use policy
  • Climate adaptation and design
  • Agriculture and environment
  • Environmental communications
  • Design innovation for policy and practice

The closing date for applications is 6 September 2021. For more information on the role, visit:

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