The Department of Architecture is part of the School of Architecture & Urban Planning (SARUP) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. As Wisconsin’s only accredited school of Architecture, SARUP celebrated its 50th anniversary year in 2019, including its recognition as a Center for Excellence in the UW System. SARUP’s undergraduate advising staff is dedicated to creating an atmosphere that fosters success. We are committed to quality academic advising in an environment that is welcoming, inclusive, and supportive. Our programs and services are designed to help students develop decision-making skills that will empower them to take full advantage of their educational experience.
This Advisor will maintain a strong working knowledge of campus academic, administrative, and personal support services for students. Specific duties/tasks are wide-ranging and will primarily focus on recruitment, admissions, retention, enrollment and records management and robust academic advising for approximately 500 undergraduate students.
All applications must be submitted via online. A strong application will include a cover letter with an explanation of how your knowledge, skills, and experience match the minimum and preferred requirements, a current resume or CV, and the names and contact information for three professional references.
SARUP is home to two significant international design awards, the Marcus Prize and the Urban Edge Award. Both highlight SARUP’s commitment to Milwaukee and urbanism by bringing international talent into studios. SARUP also offers a unique range of externally funded studios, building long-term relationships with regional industrial and institutional partners. In addition to many community-based projects, SARUP also hosts the Mobile Design Box, an off-campus community engagement space available to SARUP faculty. The Department of Architecture offers BSAS, M. Arch., M.S. and Ph.D. degree programs and faculty are encouraged to teach at all levels. A new 30 credit Master of Urban Design started enrolling students in fall 2021. Located on Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is a city of diverse, walkable and livable neighborhoods. Milwaukee’s lively arts and cultural scene, combined with its Great Lakes and river watershed ecology, historic fabric, and mix of cultures, offers many avenues for research and design inspiration.
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Bachelor’s degree Prior work experience in higher education in student services or similar capacity.
Master’s degree. Evidence of two or more years of prior work experience in advising, architecture field, or similar capacity in higher education. Prior experience working with diverse student populations. Prior experience in academic recruitment and/or outreach. Prior experience in handling multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment. Evidence of excellent written communication skills.