CHAIR, DIVISION OF MASS COMMUNICATION
EMERSON COLLEGE re-opens the search, and invites applications and
nominations for the position of Chair of the Division of Mass
Communication. With over 2,700 students, Emerson is the nation's
only accredited undergraduate and graduate institution
specializing solely in the study of communication and the
THE MASS COMMUNICATION DIVISION is one of seven major academic
divisions in the College, with 23 full-time faculty. It offers
degrees in both the theory and practice of Audio/Radio,
Video/Television, Cinema/Film, Print/Broadcast Journalism, and
Mass Media Generalists to approximately 1,100 undergraduate and
130 graduate students.
SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES will give evidence of the ability to provide
strong academic leadership in teaching, scholarship, and creative
activities as well as provide vision in a changing environment.
The candidate should have excellent administrative skills in
planning and budgeting, should have the ability to advocate
effectively for the division, and must be committed to the goals
of affirmative action, cultural diversity, and
APPLICANTS must hold a terminal degree or equivalent professional
experience in a field of mass communication. The rank is
Associate or Full Professor; the salary and benefits are highly
competitive. Applications will be reviewed beginning December 2
and will be continued until the position is filled. Qualified
applicants should send letter of inquiry, curriculum vitae,
references and other supporting information to: Walter
Littlefield, Acting Chair of Mass Communication, Emerson College,
100 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02116.
EMERSON is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply.