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(1. Part-Time Professor of Fashion, Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta

SCAD – Atlanta seeks candidates for part-time faculty positions in fashion. Qualified candidates should have a terminal degree or its equivalent in fashion or a related field, as well as a broad knowledge of fashion design. Excellent design skills and professional recognition is essential in order to join this highly creative, motivated, and exciting team that is creating the next generation of fashion designers. Strong skills in the areas of design, concept, innovation, illustration, sketching, and CAD are highly desirable. Areas of expertise may include design, and illustration sketching for misses/specialty sizes, men’s wear and/or children’s wear. College-level teaching experience is also desirable.

For complete submission requirements and to apply online, please submit curriculum vitae and an unofficial copy of the transcript showing your highest degree here:

Should you have questions regarding your application package, you may submit an email to Human Resources at scadfaculty@scad.edu.

The Savannah College of Art and Design prepares talented students for professional, creative careers. SCAD offers a choice of degree programs in 42 different majors, plus 52 minors. Students can take classes at campuses in Savannah and Atlanta, Ga., in Lacoste, France, and online through SCAD-eLearning.

Although a deadline has not yet been established, interested applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

2. ) Assistant or Associate Fashion Professors, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

Old Dominion University‘s Department of STEM Education and Professional Studies seeks applications for a full-time assistant or associate professor beginning August 2010. Old Dominion University’s fashion curriculum is specific to the marketing of fashion and includes fashion courses that are designed to prepare graduates to work in any aspect of fashion merchandising. The program has a growing enrollment of over 150 fashion majors. The salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

A Ph.D. is required of applicants in fashion merchandising or a related area with a strong foundation in fashion merchandising to enable the candidate to specialize in this area of teaching and research. Required responsibilities include advising students, mentoring M.S. and Ph.D. students, conducting research to obtain external funds, producing scholarly publications, presenting research findings, being active in international professional associations, and contributing to the university’s service mission. Teaching expertise in retail merchandising, merchandise buying and mathematics, cultural aspects of clothing, history of fashion, textiles, and product development is desirable. Experience with student internship supervision, work experience in the fashion industry, previous college-level teaching and curriculum development, and interest in developing partnerships with the local fashion industry are desirable. The position requires the ability to teach in the area of graduate career and technical education. The ability to teach in face-to-face, distance learning (televised and web-based), and blended modes is desirable.

Review of applications will begin October 1, 2009 and continue until the position is filled. A complete application will contain vita and contact information for three references.

Send applications to:

Dr. Philip A. Reed
Chair, Department of STEM Education and Professional Studies
Education 228
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529

phone: 757.683.4305
fax: 757.683.5227
e-mail: preed@odu.edu.

3.) Adjunct Lecturer, Fashion Design, Burlington County College, Pemberton, New Jersey

Burlington County College is a comprehensive mulit-campus community college that provides all individuals access to affordable and quality education.

Adjunct faculty are instructional personnel whose services are contracted on a semester/term by semester/term basis. The workload is limited to two course sections per semester/term, unless three course sections are required to meet the needs of the students and/or the College. Adjunct faculty are paid by the credit hour.
Please see the Burlington County College website here for more details and application instructions.

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