Georgia State University is inviting applications for the following
faculty positions:

Television Studies
Anticipated tenure-track Assistant Professor in Television Studies.
Ph.D. required.  Seeking applicants with an active research program and
ability to teach graduate and undergraduate courses in television
studies.  The successful candidate will help shape an innovative Ph.D.
program in Moving Image Studies that combines studies in film,
television, and new media.  Send letter of application, vita,
transcripts, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of
recommendation to Kathy Fuller-Seeley, Chair, Television Search.

Race/Ethnicity Studies
Anticipated tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor in Communication
Studies with a specialization in race/ethnicity research.  Ph.D.
required.  Seeking applicants with an active communication research
program in race and/or ethnicity studies and the ability to teach
undergraduate and graduate courses in related areas.  Send letter of
application, vita, transcripts, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and
three letters of recommendation to Mary Stuckey, Chair, Race/Ethnicity

Address applications to Search Committee, Communication Department,
Georgia State University, 1 Park Place, Suite 1040, Atlanta, Georgia
30303. Applicant review has begun and will continue until the positions
are filled. Positions will start August 2005 .  Georgia State University
is an equal opportunity educational institution and an EEO/AA employer.


Georgia State University is a research university with nationally
recognized programs, outstanding faculty, and a rapidly growing
international reputation.  Located in downtown Atlanta, the university
has long offered nationally ranked programs in business and education,
and offers the full range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
The university enrolls approximately 27,000 students, including more
than 7,000 graduate students.  The university ranks in the top ten in
the country in the number of African American graduates per year.
Students come from every state in the nation and more than 140 countries
around the world.  The College of Arts and Sciences (which includes the
Department of Communication) is strongly supportive of interdisciplinary
and international initiatives, many of which involve communication
faculty.  The University's close proximity to the state capital, the
Martin Luther King, Jr. Center, the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library,
CNN World Headquarters, and the city's thriving arts scene make
Georgia State University an especially attractive place to live and


The Department of Communication has an active, accomplished faculty,
whose work is nationally and internationally recognized.  There are
approximately 120 M.A. students and 40 Ph.D. students in a thriving
graduate program.  The Ph.D. program offers instruction in two tracks:
Public Communication (which brings together faculty in the mass and
speech communication areas) and Moving Image Studies (combining faculty
strength in film and digital media production and criticism, and
performance studies).  The graduate faculty has been greatly enhanced in
the last five years, and the university has committed to additional
programmatic expansion.  The department houses the Digital Arts and
Entertainment Laboratory (including an audience response theatre and
digital production and post-production studios), the Center for
International Media Education, and the Center for Research on Atypical
Development and Learning.  Our faculty is diverse and collegial.  The
department's web address is:

Greg M. Smith
Associate Professor and Graduate Director
Moving Image Studies Program
Film/Video/Digital Imaging Program
Department of Communication
Georgia State University

Office: 1050 One Park Place
            (404) 463-9428
Fax:     (404) 651-1409

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Mailing address:
Department of Communication
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 4000
Atlanta, GA 30302-4000

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Department of Communication
One Park Place South
Suite 1050
Atlanta, GA 30303

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