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									      John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design

                               Sessional Lecturers
                                     Fall 2008


The following jobs are posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 3
Collective Agreement.

NOTE: University of Toronto undergraduate or graduate students and post-doctoral
fellows are covered by the CUPE 3902 - Unit 1 collective agreement rather than the
Unit 3 collective agreement and should, therefore, NOT apply for positions posted
under the Unit 3 collective agreement.

Effective Date: Wednesday June 6, 2008
Closing Date: Monday July 7, 2008

Interested applicants should submit a current CV, teaching evaluations if
available, and the names and contact information of three references to the
dean at the following postal or e-mail address:

                             Professor George Baird, Dean
              John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design
                                 University of Toronto
                                  230 College Street
                               Toronto Ontario M5T 1R2
                                        CANADA
                              sessionals@ald.utoronto.ca

Interested applicants who are in the al&d Pool may simply indicate in writing
a request for consideration. The al&d Pool consists of:
•   All Sessional Lecturers I who have taught at al&d during the previous 2
    academic years (i.e., 2006-07 and 2007-08).
•   All Sessional Lecturers II who have taught at al&d within the previous 3
    academic years (i.e.2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08).
•   Any person who has submitted an application within the past 12 months
    (beginning June 1, 2007).

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UNDERGRADUATE COURSES                                                                   FALL 2008


           Course #:                                      ARC221HF
             Title:                             Architectural Representation I
 Number of lecturers required to
                                          2 lecturers (one for each meeting section)
      teach the course:
                                   Wednesday 9-12, room 500B, Architecture Bldg, U of T
           Schedule:
                                   Wednesday 1-4, room 500B, Architecture Bldg, U of T
                                   An intensive introduction to the conventions,
                                   techniques, and mandates of visual representation in
                                   the design disciplines. Visual literacy; ways of seeing;
                                   introduction to graphic communication. Introduction
          Description:
                                   to geometry and composition. Drawing projection
                                   technique and theory. Analytical drawing and
                                   diagramming. Three-dimensional representation in
                                   drawing and model
  Estimated Course Enrolment:                    30 for each meeting section
                                   TA support will be provided in this course at roughly
     Estimated TA Support:         50 hours for each meeting section ** TA support may
                                     vary based on final course enrollment number. **
 Sessional date of Appointment:           September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                       Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
             Salary:
                                              vacation pay) for each position

                                   We are seeking applicants with a highly developed
                                   understanding of visual representation as it relates to
                                   the design disciplines. Applicants must possess both
                                   theoretical and practical abilities in the following areas:
                                   Visual communication, Geometry and composition,
                                   Drawing projection, Analytical drawing and
         Qualification:
                                   diagramming, Three-dimensional representation in
                                   drawing and model. Knowledge of contemporary
                                   developments in design methods and pedagogy is
                                   desirable. Applicants with a proven record teaching
                                   visual communications and representation at a post-
                                   secondary level will be given preference.


                                        Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                    supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                   delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
            Duties:
                                   deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                   submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                     appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    ARC232H1F

            Title:                      Architecture, Media and Communications

Number of lecturers required to
                                                        1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:                 Monday 5 - 7, room 103, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                     An introduction to the interrelationship between
         Description:                 architectural theory and studies in media and
                                      communications during the twentieth century.


 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                60

                                  TA support will be provided in this course at roughly
    Estimated TA Support:          100 hours. ** TA support may vary based on final
                                            course enrollment number. ***

Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                     vacation pay)

                                       M. Arch degree or other Graduate degree in
                                  Architecture preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                         a proven record of teaching media and
                                      communication courses at the M.Arch and/or
        Qualification:
                                      B.A/B.Arch level. Knowledge of contemporary
                                  architectural pedagogy, especially as it intersects with
                                     relevant techniques and theories of media and
                                           communications is highly desirable.




                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours
          Course #:                                     ARC313H1F

            Title:                                 Architectural Design II


Number of lecturers required to
                                         2 lecturers (one for each meeting section)
     teach the course:


                                   Monday 9-12, room 500B, Architecture Bldg, U of T
          Schedule:
                                   Monday 1-4, room 500B, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                  An intermediate design studio that focuses on
                                  methods and theories of architectural form and space-
                                  making. The studio is comprised of related design and
         Description:             construction exercises that explore constructs of
                                  ‘tectonics’, materials, and space. A critical framework
                                  is established through the introduction of theories,
                                  precedents and experimental design strategies.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                    24 for each meeting section

                                  TA support will be provided in this course at roughly
                                  50 hours for each meeting section ** TA support may
    Estimated TA Support:
                                    vary based on final course enrollment number. **


Sessional date of Appointment:           September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                      vacation pay)

                                     We are seeking applicants with a highly developed
                                      understanding of the design and construction of
                                     architectural space. Applicants must possess both
                                  theoretical and practical abilities in the following areas:
                                     Visual communication; two and three-dimensional
                                    representation in drawing, model and digital model.
        Qualification:              Geometry, composition, analysis, and diagramming.
                                       Architectural design; digital design techniques.
                                    Knowledge of contemporary developments in design
                                     methods and pedagogy in architecture is essential.
                                   Applicants with a proven record teaching architectural
                                    design studio at a post-secondary level will be given
                                                         preference


                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                     ARC321H1F

            Title:                             Architectural Representation II

Number of lecturers required to
                                                          1 lecturer
     teach the course:


          Schedule:                 Friday 9-12, room 500B, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                  An intermediate studio-based course that explores a
                                  range of contemporary techniques and theories in
                                  visual representation as they are deployed in the
                                  design disciplines. Emphasis is placed on
                                  experimentation in a selection of two-dimensional,
         Description:
                                  three-dimensional (and digital) media. Iterative design,
                                  Process artifacts, Introduction to complex geometry,
                                  Working across media or ‘platforms’, concept
                                  development and communication exploration of
                                  spatial and material characteristics
 Estimated Course Enrolment:                    24 for each meeting section
                                  TA support will be provided in this course at roughly
                                  50 hours for each meeting section ** TA support may
    Estimated TA Support:
                                    vary based on final course enrollment number. **


Sessional date of Appointment:           September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                             vacation pay) for each position

                                  We are seeking applicants with a highly developed
                                  understanding of visual representation as it relates to
                                  the design disciplines. Applicants must possess both
                                  theoretical and practical abilities in the following areas:
                                  Visual communication, Geometry and composition,
                                  Drawing projection, Analytical drawing and
                                  diagramming, Digital representation, Three-
        Qualification:
                                  dimensional representation in drawing, model and
                                  digital model. Knowledge of contemporary
                                  developments in design methods and pedagogy is
                                  essential. Applicants with a proven record teaching
                                  contemporary visual communications and
                                  representation at a post-secondary level will be given
                                  preference.
                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                     ARC335H1F

                                     History/Theory of Urban Landscape Architecture
            Title:
                                                        Design 1
Number of lecturers required to
                                                         1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:               Wednesday 11-1, room 106, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                   Study of landscape architecture elements in gardens,
                                     public open space, parks and urban development.
                                    Fosters an understanding of landscape architecture
                                   considering examples from ancient to modern times.
         Description:
                                    Places historical positions in landscape architecture
                                      within a more contemporary context. Landscape
                                  architectural designs from the standpoint of: a work of
                                  art, a manifestation of cultural ideologies and an act of
                                                    humans in ‘‘nature.’’
 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                 30

                                   TA support will be provided in this course at roughly
    Estimated TA Support:            50 hours. ** TA support may vary based on final
                                             course enrollment number. **

Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                      vacation pay)

                                      Graduate degree in Landscape Architecture,
                                   Architectural History, Art History (or commensurate
                                    teaching experience). Preference will be given to
        Qualification:
                                   applicants with experience teaching the history and
                                  theory of landscape architecture within the context of
                                                   a design education.




                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
GRADUATE COURSES IN ARCHITECTURE                                                        FALL 2008



           Course #:                                     ARC 1011YF

             Title:                  Architecture Design Studio 1: Introductory Design

 Number of lecturers required to
                                                          3 lecturers
      teach the course:

                                    Monday 9-1 & 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
           Schedule:
                                     Wednesday 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                   Serves as a laboratory and forum for the development
                                       of necessary critical and conceptualizing skills.
                                          Students develop an understanding of the
                                     phenomenology of basic elements of shelter and its
                                    implications for the design of constructed space and
          Description:
                                    environments. Facility with the process of ideation is
                                   developed through exercises requiring analytical study,
                                    creative two- and three-dimensional composition and
                                       design of a building for a site situation and use
                                               program of limited complexity.

  Estimated Course Enrolment:               65 students divided into five sections

     Estimated TA Support:                              Not Applicable

 Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $13,000 CAD (inclusive of
             Salary:
                                              vacation pay) for each position
                                         M. Arch degree or other Graduate degree in
                                   Architecture preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                   a proven record of teaching foundation design studios
         Qualification:             at the M.Arch and/or B.A/B.Arch level. Knowledge of
                                   contemporary architectural pedagogy and the current
                                   state of the discipline, at both practical and theoretical
                                                   levels, is highly desirable.




                                        Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                    supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                   delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
            Duties:
                                   deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                   submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                     appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    ARC 1013HS

            Title:                            Introduction to Graphic Design

Number of lecturers required to
                                                         1 lecturer
     teach the course:
                                    Monday 6-8, Room 066, Architecture Bldg, U of T
          Schedule:
                                  An introduction to modern and contemporary graphic
                                       design, using a combination of lectures and
         Description:             workshops to trace the history of graphic design and
                                   examine applications in publications, presentations
                                                and architectural graphics.
 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                15

    Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable

Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                       vacation pay)
                                    Professional Architecture and/or Industrial design
                                     degree preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                   proven experience in teaching graphic design at the
                                  Masters and/or B.A./B.Arch level. Knowledge of history
        Qualification:
                                    and contemporary state of graphic design and its
                                  latest technologies is highly desirable. Preference will
                                   also be given to applicants with established graphic
                                                     design practices.
                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:                deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
                                                       ARC 1016HF
          Course #:
            Title:                         Selected Topics in Industrial Design

Number of lecturers required to
                                                         1 lecturer
     teach the course:
                                    Monday 4-6, Room 500, Architecture Bldg, U of T
          Schedule:

                                  A detailed study of selected topics in industrial design.
         Description:
                                                  Varies with instructor.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                 15


    Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable.


Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                       vacation pay)
                                    Professional Architecture and/or Industrial design
                                     degree preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                  proven experience in teaching Furniture and industrial
                                      design at the Masters and/or B.A./B.Arch level.
        Qualification:               Knowledge of history and contemporary state of
                                   furniture design and its latest technologies is highly
                                   desirable. Preference will also be given to applicants
                                      with established furniture and industrial design
                                                         practices.



                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    ARC 1021HF

            Title:                               Visual Communication 1

Number of lecturers required to
                                                        2 lecturers
     teach the course:

          Schedule:                 Friday 10-12, room 066, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                  Supports and complements the LAN and ARC Studio
                                      1. Presents a variety of media and modes of
                                        representation in which students develop
                                  understanding and facility necessary to perform and
         Description:             communicate design tasks. Course content includes
                                     freehand drawing, introduction to traditions of
                                   architectural and landscape architectural drawing,
                                   basic methods of orthographic drawing and linear
                                          perspective, photography and collage.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                65

                                   TA support will be provided in this course at roughly
                                  200 hours for tutorials. ** TA support may vary based
    Estimated TA Support:
                                         on final course enrollment number. **


Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                      vacation pay)

                                        M. Arch degree or other Graduate degree in
                                  Architecture preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                  a proven record of teaching visual communication and
                                       representation courses at the M.Arch and/or
        Qualification:
                                       B.A/B.Arch level. Knowledge of contemporary
                                  architectural pedagogy, especially as it intersects with
                                   relevant techniques and theories of representation is
                                                     highly desirable.




                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    ARC 1033HS

            Title:                       Architecture, Media & Communications

Number of lecturers required to
                                                        1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:               Wednesday 10-12, room 104, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                  An advanced exploration of interdisciplinary studies in
         Description:               architecture in relation to media, communication,
                                          cultural theory and contemporary art.


 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                15


    Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable


Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008


                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                     vacation pay)



                                       M. Arch degree or other Graduate degree in
                                  Architecture preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                         a proven record of teaching media and
                                      communication courses at the M.Arch and/or
        Qualification:
                                      B.A/B.Arch level. Knowledge of contemporary
                                  architectural pedagogy, especially as it intersects with
                                     relevant techniques and theories of media and
                                           communications is highly desirable.




                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    ARC 2013YF

            Title:                         Studio 3: Culture and the Metropolis

Number of lecturers required to
                                                        5 lecturers
     teach the course:
                                  Tuesday 9-1 & 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
          Schedule:
                                    Thursday 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
                                     The relationship between architecture and the
                                  complex conditions (programmatic, formal, social) of
         Description:
                                  metropolitan culture is explored within the context of
                                      precisely formulated architectural projects.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                   45 divided into four sections


    Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable.


Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008


                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $13,000 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                             vacation pay) for each position.



                                       M. Arch degree or other Graduate degree in
                                  Architecture preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                     a proven record of teaching intermediate design
                                      studios at the M.Arch and/or B.A/B.Arch level.
        Qualification:
                                   Knowledge of contemporary architectural pedagogy
                                  and the current state of the disciplines of architecture
                                   and urban design, at both practical and theoretical
                                                 levels, is highly desirable.




                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    ARC 2023HF

            Title:                         Intermediate Computer Applications

Number of lecturers required to
                                                        2 lecturers
     teach the course:

          Schedule:                 Monday 2-4, room 103, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                   A comprehensive study of 2D, 3D and 4D computer
                                  modeling for architectural design integrating critical
         Description:             and theoretical considerations of the role and impact
                                  of new media on both the practice and conception of
                                                    the built domain.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                45

                                   TA support will be provided in this course at roughly
    Estimated TA Support:           200 hours. ** TA support may vary based on final
                                             course enrollment number. **

Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008


                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                             vacation pay) for each position.

                                        M. Arch degree or other Graduate degree in
                                  Architecture preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                  a proven record of teaching visual communication and
                                       representation courses at the M.Arch and/or
                                       B.A/B.Arch level. Knowledge of contemporary
        Qualification:
                                  architectural pedagogy, especially as it intersects with
                                   relevant techniques and theories of representation is
                                     highly desirable. Mastery of applications such as
                                   Rhino, 30 Studio Max, illustrator, Premiere and Flash
                                                         is an asset.


                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    ARC2046HF

            Title:                                     Structures II

Number of lecturers required to
                                                        1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:               Wednesday 5-7, room 103, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                  An in-depth examination of the design and analysis of
                                  typical structural systems for buildings, including the
         Description:             behavior and performance of structural systems with
                                    respect to loading and lateral forces. Selection of
                                    structural systems as part of architectural design.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                45

                                  TA support will be provided in this course at roughly
    Estimated TA Support:          100 hours. ** TA support may vary based on final
                                            course enrollment number. **

Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008


                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                     vacation pay)




                                   Professional degree in Structural Engineering and/or
                                     Architecture required. Preference will be given to
        Qualification:            applicants with a proven record in teaching structures
                                   in an M.Arch program, and who have an established
                                           practice in architectural engineering.




                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                     ARC 3015YF

            Title:                               Studio 5: Option Studios

Number of lecturers required to
                                                         1 lecturer
     teach the course:
                                  Tuesday 9-1 & 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
          Schedule:
                                    Thursday 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                    First in a sequence of two studios selected by the
                                   student from a variety of options offered to provide
                                  both a range of approaches to issues of architectural
                                  design and a number of scales of design exploration.
                                   Typically, such options include small-scale projects
         Description:
                                       intended to develop design details, complex
                                   programmatic and compositional problems, urban
                                         analysis, urban design, landscape design,
                                  experimental and research projects. Also included is
                                  the studio component of the Study Abroad program.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                        15 (in each section)


    Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable.


Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008


                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $13,000 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                      vacation pay)

                                        M. Arch degree or other Graduate degree in
                                  Architecture preferred. We are seeking applicants with
                                   a proven record of teaching advanced design studios
                                      at the M.Arch and/or B.Arch level. Knowledge of
                                  contemporary architectural pedagogy and the current
        Qualification:
                                  state of the discipline, at both practical and theoretical
                                     levels, is highly desirable. We seek applicants who
                                       have demonstrated excellence in architectural
                                      education and who have established reputations
                                                     within the profession.


                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                   ARC 3041HS

            Title:                Selected Topics in Architecture, Technology, Ecology

Number of lecturers required to
                                                        1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:               Wednesday 2-4, room 104, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                    An in-depth treatment of a selected topic in the
         Description:             technological and ecological aspects of architecture.
                                  Combines historical and contemporary perspectives.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                               15


    Estimated TA Support:                            Not Applicable.


Sessional date of Appointment:         September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008


                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                     vacation pay)




                                    Ph.D. or Graduate degree in Architectural history,
                                   Architectural theory, History, Architecture, or other
        Qualification:               appropriate allied discipline required. We seek
                                  applicants who have experience in teaching advanced
                                    seminars within the context of design education.




                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
GRADUATE COURSES IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE                                              FALL 2008



           Course #:                                     LAN 1011YF

             Title:                                    Design Studio 1

 Number of lecturers required to
                                                          1 lecturer
      teach the course:
                                    Monday 9-1 & 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
           Schedule:
                                      Wednesday 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
                                     A studio/lecture course which develops and applies
                                          theoretical, analytical, conceptual, design and
                                         communication skills in landscape architecture.
                                     Applied problem types, at various scales, emphasize
                                      procedures and skills needed for the translation of
                                    research, site analysis, programming and conceptual
          Description:
                                       ideas into physical design and three-dimensional
                                        form. Emphasis is on the development of critical
                                   thinking, spatial literacy and design process skills. This
                                    studio develops fundamental knowledge of landscape
                                     design principles and applications through readings,
                                          discussions, workshops and studio exercises.
  Estimated Course Enrolment:                                 18


     Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable.


 Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008


                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $13,000 CAD (inclusive of
             Salary:
                                                       vacation pay)


                                    MLA degree or equivalent preferred. We are seeking
                                    applicants with a proven record of teaching design
                                   studios at the MLA level. Knowledge of contemporary
         Qualification:
                                     landscape pedagogy and the current state of the
                                    discipline, at both practical and theoretical levels, is
                                                       highly desirable.


                                        Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                    supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                   delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
            Duties:
                                   deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                   submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                     appeals and petitions and student contact hours..
          Course #:                                     LAN 1021HF

            Title:                                    Design Studio 1

Number of lecturers required to
                                                          1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:                  Wednesday 10-12, 066, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                  Supports and complements the LAN Studio 1.
                                  Presents a variety of media and modes of
                                  representation in which students develop
                                  understanding and facility necessary to perform and
         Description:             communicate design tasks. Course content includes
                                  freehand drawing, introduction to traditions of
                                  architectural and landscape architectural drawing,
                                  basic methods of orthographic drawing and linear
                                  perspective, photography and collage.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                 25


    Estimated TA Support:                              Not Applicable.

Sessional date of Appointment:           September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                       Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                         vacation pay)
                                  Professional degree in Landscape Architecture and
                                  professional experience in Visual Communication
                                  preferred. We are seeking applicants with a proven
                                  record of teaching courses on media and modes of
        Qualification:
                                  representation at the MLA level. Knowledge of
                                  contemporary landscape pedagogy and the current
                                  state of the discipline, at both practical and theoretical
                                  levels, is highly desirable

                                  Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                  supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                  appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    LAN 2023HF

            Title:                  Intermediate Digital Visual Communications in LA

Number of lecturers required to
                                                         1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:                  Friday 2-4, room 106, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                     A comprehensive study of 2D, 3D and 4D digital
                                  modeling for landscape design integrating critical and
         Description:              theoretical considerations of the role and impact of
                                  new media on both the design and conception of the
                                                    built environment.

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                18


    Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable.


Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008


                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                     vacation pay).


                                   MLA degree or equivalent preferred. We are seeking
                                     applicants with a proven record of teaching visual
                                     communication and representation courses at the
                                   MLA level. Knowledge of contemporary architectural
        Qualification:
                                     pedagogy, especially as it intersects with relevant
                                    techniques and theories of representation is highly
                                   desirable. Mastery of applications such as Rhino, 30
                                  Studio Max, illustrator, Premiere and Flash is an asset.




                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    LAN 2035HF

            Title:                         Landscape Design Research Methods

Number of lecturers required to
                                                         1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:                Wednesday 4-6, Room 106, Architecture Bldg, U of T

                                   This is a lecture/seminar course which focuses on
                                   understanding, developing and criticizing research
         Description:              methods appropriate to conducting, analyzing and
                                  applying research and research findings in landscape
                                                   architectural practice

 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                15

    Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable.

Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                        vacation pay)
                                  Professional degree in Landscape Architecture and
                                  professional experience in Landscape Design Research
                                  Methods preferred. We are seeking applicants with a
                                  proven record of teaching courses on research
        Qualification:
                                  methods at the MLA level. Knowledge of contemporary
                                  landscape pedagogy and the current state of the
                                  discipline, at both practical and theoretical levels, is
                                  highly desirable


                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
Graduate Courses in Urban Design                                                        Fall 2008


           Course #:                                    URD 1011YF

             Title:                             Urban Design Computation

 Number of lecturers required to
                                                         0.5 lecturer
      teach the course:
                                   Monday 9-1 & 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
           Schedule:
                                     Wednesday 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
                                    The studio introduces the basics of city-making and
                                   urban analysis in a set of design exercises. By means
                                     didactic abstractions, the exercises isolate different
                                     aspects of the city-ranging from infrastructure and
                                       signage-for scrutiny in a sequence of increasing
                                   complexity, culminating in a synthetic design project.
                                   The sequence also shifts the emphasis from issues of
          Description:
                                   consolidation in traditional urban cores to dispersion
                                       in the post-metropolitan periphery, from city as
                                   physical structure to city as a system communication.
                                       Attention is given to problems to representation
                                    particular to the complexity and dynamism of urban
                                                     form and experience.


  Estimated Course Enrolment:                                 6


     Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable.


 Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                      Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
             Salary:
                                                      vacation pay)


                                   M. Arch or MLA with an MUD degree or professional
                                   urban design experience preferred. We are seeking
         Qualification:
                                   applicants with a proven record of teaching design
                                                studios at the MUD level.


                                        Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                    supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                   delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
            Duties:
                                   deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                   submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                     appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                   URD 1021HF

            Title:                             Urban Design Computation

Number of lecturers required to
                                                        1 lecturer
     teach the course:

          Schedule:                 Thursday 2-4, room PCL, Architecture Bldg, U of T


                                  Selected projects and practices, theories and issues in
                                     contemporary architecture and urban design in
                                  Toronto considered from an historical perspective and
         Description:
                                   in the context of changing forces and paradigms of
                                  urbanization, technology, ecology and culture, as well
                                                      as local politics.


 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                12


    Estimated TA Support:                            Not Applicable.


Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $6,500 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                     vacation pay)

                                   M. Arch or MLA with an MUD degree or professional
                                    urban design experience preferred. We are seeking
                                   applicants with a proven record of teaching in visual
                                  representation and urban design at the graduate level.
                                      Applicants should have a firm grasp of current
        Qualification:              software relevant to analysis and representation for
                                       urban design and experience in the classroom
                                     presentation of such software. Knowledge of both
                                     historical and innovative methods of representing
                                   urban design frameworks and ideas in both practical
                                             and theoretical settings is desirable.

                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.
          Course #:                                    URD 2013YF

            Title:                             Urban Design Studio Options

Number of lecturers required to
                                                         1 lecturer
     teach the course:

                                   Tuesday 9-1 & 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T
          Schedule:
                                     Thursday 2-6, Studios, Architecture Bldg, U of T


                                    Urban design studio options are offered to students
                                    who have completed the urban design studio (URD
                                     1101). Students may select from different options
         Description:             announced at the time of or before registration. Option
                                  studios in architecture and landscape architecture with
                                    emphasis on urban design may qualify in fulfillment
                                                    for this requirement.


 Estimated Course Enrolment:                                12


    Estimated TA Support:                             Not Applicable.


Sessional date of Appointment:          September 1, 2008 – December 31, 2008

                                     Sessional Lecturers I: $13,000 CAD (inclusive of
            Salary:
                                                      vacation pay)

                                    M. Arch or MLA with an MUD degree or professional
                                    urban design experience preferred. We are seeking
                                     applicants with a proven record of teaching urban
                                  design studios at the graduate level. This year’s studio
        Qualification:            is to examine urban design issues in the city of Bogota,
                                    Colombia. Applicants should have expertise on this
                                       city. Knowledge of contemporary urban design
                                     pedagogy and the current state of the discipline is
                                                         desirable.



                                       Preparation and delivery of course material;
                                   supervision of teaching assistants; preparation and
                                  delivery of assignments, tests, final examinations and
           Duties:
                                  deferred final examinations; marking of student work,
                                  submission of grades, dealing with student enquiries,
                                    appeals and petitions and student contact hours.

								
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