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State University of  West Georgia
JOB VACANCY NOTICE
 
 
POSITION:
 
Instructor of Mass Communications/Television
 
DESCRIPTION:
 
Responsibilities of this position include teaching upper and lower
division courses in Mass Communication, especially in the area of
television production.
 
THE COLLEGE:
 
The State University of West Georgia is a coeducational, residential,
liberal arts institution located approximately 45 miles west of Atlanta
in Carrollton, GA.  From an enrollment of 576 in 1957, the institution's
student body doubled every four years and now has an approximate
enrollment of 8,500 students.  The university offers undergraduate
degrees in 50 areas of study and Masters degrees in 33 areas of study.
West Georgia is a multi-purpose public institution providing a liberal
arts experience for all students.
 
THE DEPARTMENT:
 
The Department of Mass Communications and Theatre Arts was established at
the State University of West Georgia in 1986.  There are nine full-time
faculty in the Department of Mass Communications and Theatre Arts.  The
Department is one of seventeen departments in the School of Arts and
Sciences.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
 
1)  PhD in Mass Communication, Broadcasting or Telecommunication required.
2)  Experience in commercial, public or educational television is required.
 
RANK AND SALARY:     Instructor; salary depends on background and experience.
 
STARTING DATE:       September, 1995
 
APPLICATION DEADLINE:
 
Send letter of application, resume, and letters of recommendation before
September 1, 1996 to:
 
                Dr. Chester Gibson, Chairman
                Department of Mass Communications and Theatre Arts
                State University of West Georgia
                Carrollton, GA 30118
                Telephone: 770-836-6518
 
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