POOL - Lecturer for PhD Program in Journalism & Mass Communication - 11458BR
POOL - Lecturer for PhD Program in Journalism & Mass Communication
Lecturers are non-tenure-track members of the faculty with limited term appointments, whose primary role is instructional with no obligations to perform research or service.
Course needs vary and include the following subject areas:
Mass Communication Theory, Mass Communication Research Methods, Mass Communication and Society, First Amendment, Seminars in specialties such as Crisis Communications, Public Relations Issues, Social Media, Quantitative Research Methods, Qualitative Research Methods, and others.
- PhD, JD, MD or other post-graduate doctoral degree, and two years of professional experience related to the subject or scholarly research or creative work suitable to the subject taught OR
- Those without a PhD, JD, MD or other post-graduate doctoral degree may be certified to work with a PhD student on an ad-hoc basis. Such instructors shall have at least a Masters degree and demonstrated scholarly research credentials including:
a. Published academic or scholarly articles, books or equivalent material, and/or
b. Substantial creative products demonstrating work at the national or international level, and/or
c. A documented record of successful teaching at the doctoral level.
- Successful teaching experience at a 4-year college.
Additional Candidate Instructions
- Please attach a resume, a cover letter addressing how you meet or exceed the required and preferred qualifications and a list of three professional references to the online application form.
- Applications reviewed on an ongoing basis