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The Department of Communication and Journalism
Auburn University

Seeks an Instructor in Mass Communication to begin Spring semester
2004.  The position may be renewed.  The successful candidate will teach
from the following courses: History of American Broadcasting, Media Law
and Regulation, Women and the Mass Media, Diversity Issues in the Mass
Media, Foundation of Mass Communication, Electronic Field Production,
Television Production and Directing, and/or other relevant courses in
mass communication.  Experience conducting film series and/or film
festival also desirable.  The candidate selected for this position must
be able to meet eligibility requirements to work in the United States at
the time appointment is scheduled to begin and must be able to
communicate  in the language in which courses are to be taught.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Minimum Qualifications: Doctorate or M.F.A. in Communication or
relevant area. Completed M.A. or A.B.D. considered with visible progress
toward completion of degree within one year.  Evidence of excellent
teaching is required.

Application Procedure: Send letter of application, vita, transcripts of
graduate work, three letters of reference, and evidence of teaching
effectiveness to:

Dr. George Plasketes, Chair
RTVF Search Committee
Department of Communication
212 Tichenor Hall
Auburn University, AL   36849-5211
334-844-4573 (FAX)
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The search committee will review applications until a candidate is
selected and recommended for appointment.

The Department of Communication and Journalism comprises more than 700
undergraduate students and a master's program and is the largest
department in Auburn University's College of Liberal Arts.  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 23,000 students.

Auburn University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.

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