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Assistant Professor of Media Culture (Digital Cinema Studio)
The Department of Media Culture at the College of Staten Island, City  
University of New York, invites applications for a tenure-track  
Assistant Professor position in the area of Digital Cinema Studio  
beginning September 2009. Required: MFA and teaching or professional  
experience in a live studio environment, film/video/multimedia  
production and post-production. Priority will be given to those with  
a record of artistic achievement and recognition, knowledge of the  
history and theory of the field, professional leadership, excellence  
in teaching, and technical innovation.  The successful candidate will  
teach primarily in our new digital multi-camera studio. Additional  
teaching opportunities may include 16mm film/video workshops,  
documentary and experimental production seminars, and courses in  
critical studies. She/he will join our faculty and staff during an  
active stage of curriculum development, involving classes on both  
traditional production and new genres, and will contribute to a  
pedagogical vision of the convergence of digital cinema and  
broadcasting. The department strongly values its interdisciplinary  
approach, combining theory and practice in all its teaching, research  
and creative pursuits. It offers three degrees: BA in Cinema Studies,  
BS in Communications and MA in Cinema and Media Studies. Our Masters  
program offers faculty opportunities for seminar teaching and working  
with students on research and/or production theses. The position is  
open until filled with review of applicants to begin February 1,  
2009. Salary range: $55,938 - $71,974 commensurate with experience.  
Send a cover letter, curriculum vita, three letters of  
recommendation, work samples, sample syllabi and, if available,  
teaching evaluations to: Professor Cynthia Chris, Chair, Digital  
Cinema Studio Search, Department of Media Culture, College of Staten  
Island, 2800 Victory Blvd., Room 1P-226, Staten Island, NY 10314. The  
College of Staten Island is an EEO/AA/IRCA/ADA Employer.

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