Newsletter | Nov/Dec 2021Volume 49:6 | Search
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Editor's Note: - Mui Ho
2021 Retreat Talk Synopsis - Suzan Swabacker Miller
Saturday Retreat Recap - Betty Woo & Leslie Golden
Teaching Positions - Prof Weimin Li
Editor's Note:by Mui Ho | Share #1518
2021 Retreat Talk Synopsisby Suzan Swabacker Miller | Share #1533
Saturday Retreat Recapby Betty Woo & Leslie Golden | Share #1519
We also took advantage of Leslie’s pool which, although unheated, was considerably warmer than the Westerbeke pool. The glittering blue water called to us while some danced Salsa to music piped to garden speakers from the house stereo. Galen Cranz led the pool crowd, the rest of us soon followed. Not even the dancers could resist the call of the water. I was particularly impressed by the fossil and shell-encrusted boulders placed around the pool. Leslie explained that the hilltop her house occupied once sat under the ocean and all those magnificent boulders were dug out of the earth on-site.
Teaching Positionsby Prof Weimin Li | Share #1534
Cal Poly Pomona's Department of Landscape Architecture welcomes applications and nominations for a full-time tenure-track assistant professor starting in Fall 2022. The department supports a highly diverse student body, notably the most diverse among all landscape architecture departments in the nation. We seek candidates who can or have a solid potential to offer deep knowledge, creative strategies, and a strong commitment to advancing the field of landscape architecture through a critical lens towards environmental and social justice.
We welcome candidates who can bring one or more of the following expertise: environmental and social justice, community engagement, ecological or human health, climate change and resilience, advanced methods/technologies of site engineering and green infrastructure. We are particularly interested in candidates who have a demonstrated record of working with diverse and/or disadvantaged communities. In addition, applicants should have a terminal degree in landscape architecture or related fields, be capable of teaching at the university level, pursuing scholarship, creative activities and/or design practice, and contributing to the Universityâs academic environment of inclusive excellence.
Consideration of completed applications will begin December 1st, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. Underrepresented minorities and women candidates are especially encouraged to apply. AA/EOE.
For full details, please refer to the expanded position description on Interfolio. Applicants should apply via http://apply.interfolio.com/96366. All questions should be directed to LA@cpp.edu.
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