November 26, 2019

Full-time faculty positions

Parsons School of Design at The New School

Courtesy Parsons School of Design.

Parsons School of Design, a college of The New School, invites candidates for eleven full-time faculty positions in areas including: Animation, Art and Design History, Communication Design, Interior Design, Textiles, Social Justice/Community Engagement, Fashion Design Technology, Fine Arts, Photography, and Industrial Design.

The New School is committed to actively recruiting from a diverse pool of applicants. We encourage candidates from groups underrepresented in US higher education or underrepresented in the field to apply.

Review of applications has begun, and the expected position start date is July 2020. Click below for position details and requirements, and to apply.

Associate Professor of Animation / Assistant Professor of 18th/19th C. Art and Design History / Assistant or Associate Professor of Communication Design / Assistant or Associate Professor of Fashion Design Technology / Assistant Professor of Fine Arts / Assistant Professor of Emerging Photographic Technologies / Assistant Professor of Interiors, Objects, and Technologies / Assistant Professor of Product and Industrial Design / Associate Professor of Social Justice and Community Engagement / Assistant or Associate Professor of Art/Design and Social Justice / Associate Professor of Textiles

Since its founding in 1896, Parsons has been at the vanguard of art and design education. It has consistently ranked as one of the top three art and design schools in the world for the past several years. Having joined The New School in 1970, Parsons is now one of the University’s five colleges (the others are The College of Performing Arts, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, The New School for Social Research, and the Schools of Public Engagement). Parsons is a diverse community, with a particularly high percentage of international students (46%). Parsons’ 20 masters and 16 undergraduate degree programs, as well as its pre-college and continuing education offerings, provide artists, designers, scholars, and entrepreneurs with the skills needed to devise design-led approaches to complex challenges.

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