***JAMES B. PENDLETON TEACHING FELLOW PROGRAM***
James B. Pendleton Fellow in screenwriting; a 3-year, non-renewable,
non-tenure eligible position beginning Fall 2002.
Fellow must have received an M.F.A., Ph.D., or equivalent within the last 5
years. Fellowship is for emerging teacher/writer in the field of
James B. Pendleton Fellow/Assistant Professor. Salary competitive, benefits
AREAS OF TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES:
Primary teaching responsibility will be in the areas of screenwriting,
including two introductory screenwriting courses. Fellow will teach a
3-course load each term, one of which may be in her or his area of
interest/specialization. Additional competency in cinema production
encouraged but not required.
Fellow will create a public program related to screenwriting each year of
the fellowship. Fellow will interact with our undergraduates to encourage
their academic, creative, and professional development. Fellow will formally
advise undergraduate students but will not be expected to serve on
Applicants should forward: a vita; two writing samples (at least one of
which must be a longform narrative); statement of interest describing areas
of teaching, academic, and professional interests; a short one-page proposal
for a sophomore/junior level course in candidate’s specialty area; and names
of three references. Additional writing samples may be requested at a later
date. No faxed or electronically transmitted materials will be accepted.
ADDRESS APPLICATIONS & INQUIRIES TO:
James B. Pendleton Teaching Fellow Committee
Elisabeth Nonas, Chair
Cinema and Photography Department
350 Roy H. Park School of Communications
Ithaca, NY 14850-7251
Screening begins April 10, 2002, and will continue until the position is
Ithaca College is an independent, residential, comprehensive college with an
undergraduate enrollment of approximately 5,800 students. It is located in
the scenic Finger Lakes Region of central New York.
The Roy H. Park School of Communications is one of four professional schools
within the College, and enrolls approximately 1,300 students in the majors
of three undergraduate departments (Cinema and Photography,
Television-Radio, and Organizational Communications, Learning, and Design);
a B.S. in Journalism, a B.S. in Telecommunications Management, a B.F.A. in
Film, Photography, and the Visual Arts, and a B.A. in Media Studies are also
offered. The Ithaca College Los Angeles Communications Program offers an
internship-based full-semester program to junior and senior communication
students. The Graduate Studies program offers an M.S. in Communications.
Recent grants and bequests from the Park Foundation and the estate of James
B. Pendleton, totaling over $27 million, have positioned the Park School as
one of the strongest undergraduate communication programs in the nation and
created state-of-the-art support facilities in audio, video, film,
photography, multi-media and telecommunications.
ITHACA COLLEGE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. MEMBERS
OF UNDER-REPRESENTED GROUPS (INCLUDING PEOPLE OF COLOR, PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES, VIETNAM VETERANS AND WOMEN) ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
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