The 150-major Journalism Department at the University of Rhode Island
seeks a fourth tenure-track colleague to teach both "skills" and
"conceptual" courses in broadcast news and journalism.
Journalism faculty are expected to teach three courses per semester,
advise students, be active scholars and be involved professionally and
at the deparment, college and university level. Individual hired can
expect to teach Introduction to the Mass Media. She/he also must be able
and willing to teach two or more of the following: History of
Broadcasting, Foundations of American Journalism, Mass Media Issues,
Mass Media Law.
* Master's degree with significant professional experience in TV news
required; Ph.D. with professional experience in TV news preferred.
* College-level journalism teaching experince preferred.
* Experience with new and emerging media technologies preferred.
This tenure-track appointment begins with the 1997-98 academic year.
Submit a letter of application; resume; and names, addresses and
telephone numbers of three persons who can be contacted for professional
reference by 14 Febrary 1997 to: Barbara F. Luebke, Search Committee
Chair (Log#021283), UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND, P.O.Box G, Kingston, RI,
The University of Ghode Island is an AA/EEO employer and is committed to
increasing the diversity of its faculty, staff and students. Persons
from under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.
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