[Air-L] assistant professor of digital communication
dheider at luc.edu
Tue Nov 24 12:07:16 PST 2009
Loyola University Chicago is searching for a tenure track assistant professor in the area of digital communication. The successful candidate will teach a combination of theoretical and applied courses to undergraduates. A Ph.D., a strong record of scholarly publishing, work history in technology and/or communication, and teaching experience are required.
Applicants must have an excellent knowledge of web design, social networks, search engines, new media theory, media law, media ethics, gaming, blogs, virtual worlds, databases, digital literacy, new media, online communities. and other current and developing technologies as well as the social and cultural impacts of these technologies.
The new School of Communication serves 800 undergraduates and is housed in a new building in the heart of Chicago, a block from the Water Tower. The school has just launched the Center for Digital Ethics and Policy and will open a new convergence studio in January. The search is subject to final University funding for the position.
Please submit your application (including cover letter, vita and a list of at least three references), through the University website: www.luc.edu ( http://www.luc.edu/ ). Send other supporting materials to: Elizabeth Coffman, Chair, Digital Communication Search Committee, c/o Doretha Tyler-Gant, School of Communication, Loyola University, 820 N. Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611. For best consideration apply by January 1st.
Dean, School of Communication
Loyola University Chicago
820 N, Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
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