Call for Chief Critic, European Honors Program
Full and part- time faculty from all divisions are invited to apply for Chief Critic, European Honors Program (EHP). Applications should be made for Fall 2013 or Spring 2014. The Provost will make the Chief Critic appointment upon recommendation from the EHP Committee and Associate Provost for Academic Affairs.
Fall 2013, July thru Dec
Spring 2014, January thru June
The EHP Committee selects students from various departments to spend one EHP session in Rome. The Chief Critic is responsible for the studio and academic components of the program in Rome. Students work closely with the both the Chief Critic and the Director, Ezio Genovesi. General Information on EHP can be found on http://risdoip.wordpress.com/ehp/
Eligibility requirements for full-time faculty include three years and 18 TUs as full-time faculty at RISD, plus a demonstrated interest in working closely with students from various disciplines. Knowledge of Italy and Italian is also desirable, but not necessary.
Eligibility requirements for part-time faculty include an accumulated 18 TUs of service as part-time faculty at RISD, plus a demonstrated interest in working closely with students from various disciplines. Knowledge of Italy and Italian is also desirable, but not necessary.
Interested Faculty must send a letter of interest and curriculum vitae by April 27, 2012, to: Katherine Scanga, Coordinator to the EHP Committee, International Programs, Carr House, Room 304.
In the letter of interest you should indicate the following:
o Interest in working closely with students from various disciplines and indicate courses you have taught at RISD
o What expertise you would bring to the EHP Rome Program
o Why you would like to teach in Rome
o What your interest are for international study
o A specific interest in the Fall 2013 or Spring 2014 session, or if you are willing to be considered for either
Please feel free to discuss the position with EHP Committee members.
David Frazer, Chair (Painting)
Gabriel Feld, Architecture
Daniel Harkett, Liberal Arts
Ellie Hollinshead, Foundation
Peter Tagiuri, Architecture
Lothar Windels, Furniture