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"J. Emmett Winn" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 2 Dec 2006 06:27:29 -0600
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The Department of Communication and JournalismAuburn University Seeks a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Social Media technology to begin August 16, 2007.  The successful candidate will be able to conduct research and teach coursework that addresses screen-based issues across three majors (Radio/Television/Film, Public Relations, and Journalism).  Courses include Multimedia Production, PR Style & Design, and Newspaper Editing & Design.  The candidate selected for this position must meet the eligibility requirements for working in the United States at the time appointment is scheduled to begin and be able to communicate effectively in English.  Teaching load is negotiable. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Minimum Qualifications:  M.F.A. in relevant area or doctorate in Communication, Mass Communication, Journalism, or Public Relations.  A.B.D. considered with completion of degree by August 16, 2007.  Evidence of excellent teaching is required. Applicants should have demonstrated professional or practical experience in interactivity and web design.    Application Procedure: Send letter of application, vita, transcripts of graduate work, three letters of reference, samples of production work, and evidence of teaching effectiveness to:  Dr. Susan Brinson, ChairSocial Media Technology Search CommitteeDepartment of Communication & Journalism217 Tichenor Hall Auburn University, AL   36849-5211  334-844-2762334-844-4573 (FAX) [log in to unmask] The search committee will begin reviewing applications January 8, 2007, and will continue until the position is filled. The Department of Communication and Journalism comprises more than 700 undergraduate students and a masterís program and is the largest department in Auburn Universityís College of Liberal Arts.  Students have the option of gaining professional experience from an all-digital student radio station, an award-winning student newspaper, and a student-run broadcast news operation that has developed into one of the best in the region.  The department offers a masterís degree in communication. Auburn is located in the East Central portion of Alabama between Montgomery, Ala., and Atlanta. Auburn is within easy access of a large variety of cultural and historical sites, activities, and events.  The university itself is located on a lovely campus and is the largest in Alabama with an enrollment of more than 23,500 students. Auburn University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.