[Air-l] Fwd: [IAMCR] media policy position at Central European University

Jeremy Hunsinger jhuns at vt.edu
Wed Feb 7 07:31:24 PST 2007

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> From: "Marc Raboy, Dr." <marc.raboy at mcgill.ca>
> Date: February 7, 2007 10:21:41 AM EST
> To: IAMCR <announcements at iamcr.org>
> Subject: [IAMCR] media policy position at Central European University
> Central European University
> Department of Public Policy
> Department of Legal Studies
> Position: Full-time Assistant Professor in Media and  
> Telecommunications Policy and Law
> Starting date:                 August 2007 (or earlier)
> The Department of Public Policy and the Department of Legal Studies  
> at the Central European University (www.ceu.hu) open a full-time  
> position at level of Assistant Professor in the field of media and  
> telecommunications policy and law.
> CEU is a graduate research-intensive university specializing  
> primarily in the social sciences, located in Budapest, Hungary and  
> accredited in the United States and Hungary. CEU's primary mission  
> is to promote academic excellence, state of the art research and  
> civic commitment, so as to contribute to the development of open  
> societies in Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union,  
> and other emerging democracies. CEU offers both master's and  
> doctoral programs, and it enrolls about 1000 students from more  
> than 60 countries. The teaching staff consists of around 100  
> faculty members from more than 30 countries. The language of  
> instruction is English.
> The candidate is expected to contribute courses in the context of  
> the media and telecommuncations stream of the MA in Public Policy  
> program at the Department of Public Policy, as well as courses in  
> this subject area in the context of the relevant degree programs at  
> the Department of Legal Studies. It is expected that the candidate  
> has a clear interest in policy oriented research in this field and  
> develops an international publication record. The candidate will  
> work closely with the Head of the Department of Public Policy on  
> further developing the academic profile of the media and  
> telecommunications stream and will join the CEU Center for Media  
> and Communications Studies.
> The Department of Public Policy (www.ceu.hu/dpp) is a fast-growing  
> and dynamic academic unit which concentrates CEU’s efforts to  
> become one of the leading suppliers of post-graduate degree  
> programs in the field of policy studies in the region. The  
> Department of Legal Studies (www.ceu.hu/legal) has a track record  
> as the host of ones of the finest degree programs in Europe both in  
> the field of international business law and comparative  
> constitutional law. The Center for Media and Communication Studies  
> (www.cmcs.ceu.hu) is a joint project by CEU, the Annenberg School  
> for Communications at the University of Pennsylvania, the Budapest  
> Technological University, and Stanhope Center, London fostering  
> advanced research in the field.
> CEU hosts a number of international events of interests to scholars  
> working in the field of media and communication studies each year  
> with visitors from across Europe and North America.
> Qualifications of the candidate:
> - a completed post-graduate degree in law (PhD, J.D., LLM)
> - the ability to deliver graduate courses in the field of media and  
> telecommunication policy and law; an emphasis on regulatory issues  
> with a European focus is essential
> - ability to link regulatory issues in media and telecommunications  
> policy with other policy sectors in teaching is an advantage
> - ability to work at the interface of academia and policy practice,  
> and to network
> - a promising publication record and strategy
> - ability to work in an international and inter-cultural  
> environment with students from different world regions including  
> North America, Europe and the FSU region
> - readiness to take responsibility for projects and administrative  
> tasks
> The starting date for this position is not later than August 2007.  
> We offer a competitive salary, as well as a dynamic and  
> international academic environment. Informal enquiries may be  
> addressed to the Head of the Department of Public Policy, Uwe  
> Puetter (puetteru at ceu.hu), +3613273000, ext 2335.
> Applicants need to submit a full résumé, a statement of purpose,  
> publication samples, as well as the names of two referees who would  
> write in their support.
> Please send applications to Eva Tornyos, Human Resources Office,  
> Central European University, H-1051 Budapest, Nador utca 9.,  
> Hungary (Fax: + 36 (1) 235-6135, e-mail: job at ceu.hu).
> The deadline for applying is March 14, 2007. Interviews will take  
> place in mid-April 2007.
> http://www.ceu.hu/dpp/job.htm
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