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  • 01.31.16

    Funding Opportunities

    For additional funding opportunities, please check out the following resources: 

    Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE)
    Connecting students with university funding for a range of activities on and off campus

    Pivot - Princeton University
    Explore new avenues for funding,  view funding opportunities uniquely matched to your scholar profile

  • 07.20.16 to 09.01.16

    Job Opportunity: Architectural Designer

    NEIHEISER ARGYROS is seeking an architectural designer to join our London studio to contribute to a range of local and international projects at various stages of development - from early concept design to construction documents. Prior work experience is recommended. He/she must be comfortable working in AutoCad, Rhino, Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator. This is a great opportunity for a young designer to take a leadership role at a young, but fast growing architectural practice.

  • 06.24.16 to 09.30.16

    AIs Needed for Spring 2017: ENV 200

    The Environmental Studies Program (ENV) is soliciting applications from graduate students interested in teaching the environmental humanities precepts for their new Spring 2017 interdisciplinary course – ENV 200: The Environmental Nexus

    This is an exciting opportunity to accrue vital teaching experience in a dynamic, innovative interdisciplinary field. Candidates can come from any discipline, but some knowledge of and commitment to environmental issues would be a plus.

  • 06.02.16 to 08.31.16

    Job Opportunity: Design Specialist

    Schuco is looking for a Design Specialist in their New York, NY office to provide graphic and administrative support to the Virtual Construction Lab (VCL) of Schuco team members, project initiatives and client proposals. Please see the job announcement here for more details. 

    To apply, email Justin Kuritzkes at jkuritzkes@cmacspro.com with resume and portfolio. 

  • 04.21.16 to 06.30.16

    Job Opportunity: Assistant Designer

    Assistant Designer
    Schüco, New York, NY
    Compensation: 50K to 60K per year + benefits
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  • 04.19.16 to 06.30.16

    DESIGNER / ACAD / 3D MODELER : Full-time or Part-time position

    Project:

    NYC- SoHo duplex apartment renovation.

    Product design and custom furniture designs for manufacture in Germany and Italy.

    We are looking for individuals interested in high end custom design work (furniture and product designs and architecture) to be manufactured in Germany and Italy . 

    Skill Set:

    Please have a solid command of the 3D and 2D software .

    After an initial in-house meeting, work can be done remotely with occasional site and/or office visits.

    Salary: $30 Hr. 

  • 04.19.16 to 08.31.16

    Job Announcement: Architectural Historian

    Hunter Research, Inc. is accepting applications for the position of Historian/Architectural Historian. Candidates should have at a minimum a Bachelor’s Degree in American History, Architectural History or a related field and up to three years of related experience or a Master’s Degree. Hunter Research is a cultural resources management firm based in downtown Trenton, New Jersey.

    See the job posting here for more details.

  • 04.01.16

    Designer/Project Coordinator job opportunity

    Work with A&E Construction, located in Pennington, NJ. http://www.aeconstructionnj.com/ 

    Job Description :

  • 03.31.16 to 04.18.16

    PhD Summer Funding

    Proposals for summer funding are now being accepted.  The deadline to submit all proposals will be Monday, April 18, 2016 at noon.

    The purpose of submitting a proposal and a budget is to give the Ph.D. Committee a clear idea of the work you plan on completing during the summer months.  Please be as detailed as possible with your plans and budget.  Your proposal should indicate the following information:

  • 03.31.16 to 04.15.16

    Undergrads: Shellman Travel Prize

    The William Feay Shellman Travel Fund was established in 1989.  The income from this fund is made available to give to undergraduate majors in the School of Architecture judged to excel in drawing and drafting.  The prize is designated for travel, preferably to Europe, with the expectation that the itinerary focus on buildings and gardens.