[Air-L] UNC-Chapel Hill is hiring - strategic comm & new media
Brabham, Daren C
dbrabham at email.unc.edu
Tue Mar 20 13:01:43 PDT 2012
I wanted to share news of a new tenure-track position we are hiring for here in the School of Journalism & Mass Communication at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: http://jomc.unc.edu/faculty-a-staff-content-items/wanted-assistant-professor-in-strategic-communication-and-new-media
Those researching/teaching at the intersection of strategic communication and social media should find the position interesting. I am not on this search committee – please direct questions to the person listed in the job posting.
WANTED: Assistant Professor in Strategic Communication and New Media
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is searching for an outstanding scholar to fill a new tenure-track assistant professor position in strategic communication and new media.
The selected candidate will contribute to the M.A. in Technology and Communication<http://matc.jomc.unc.edu> (MATC), an innovative online degree program launched in Fall 2011. The MATC focuses on interactive media, the Internet and digital economics, addressing issues that are reshaping mass communication in the 21st century. One of the first online M.A. programs in mass communication, it was created to offer journalists and other communication professionals an opportunity to examine changes in industry economics and technology. This new degree draws on the expertise of the school’s nationally respected faculty and their research to position students for leadership roles in digital media and Web-based communication. The selected candidate will likely teach one or two courses in the MATC program each year, as well as other courses in strategic communication.
Starting date for the appointment:
Either Jan. 1 or July 1, 2013. Review of applications will begin May 7, 2012, and will continue until the position is filled.
Successful applicants will have a Ph.D. Those who are ABD and near degree completion may be considered.
Qualifications & experience:
An established research agenda and teaching experience are preferred in the areas of strategic communication and new media. In addition, applicants should be capable of supervising graduate students’ theses and final projects. Applicants for the position must be able to teach “JOMC 720: Strategic Communication” in the MATC curriculum<http://matc.jomc.unc.edu/curriculum>. Preference will be given to candidates who are qualified to teach more than one MATC course. Applicants are asked to provide a detailed explanation of their qualifications to teach “JOMC 720: Strategic Communication,” in addition to any other courses in the MATC curriculum. Teach two courses a semester. Perform other customary duties of a faculty member: research and scholarly activities, advising and service.
Go to http://jobs.unc.edu/2502507 to apply. Submit a letter, curriculum vita or resume, an example of published research, and
at least three references. The letter should address the applicant’s vision for how his/her research and teaching will complement the MATC program. Applicants also may submit course syllabi and other material as relevant. Supporting documents should be submitted as electronic attachments to the application when possible. Any other materials that cannot be attached to the application may be mailed to:
Assistant to the Dean
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Campus Box 3365
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3365
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal-opportunity employer.
Daren C. Brabham, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, School of Journalism & Mass Communication
Editor, Case Studies in Strategic Communication | www.csscjournal.org<http://www.csscjournal.org>
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Carroll Hall, CB 3365
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
(801) 633-4796 (mobile)
daren.brabham at unc.edu<mailto:daren.brabham at unc.edu> | www.darenbrabham.com<http://www.darenbrabham.com>
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