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>Date: Wed, 6 Aug 1997 15:07:37 -0700 (MST)
>From: Mary Beth Haralovich <[log in to unmask]>
 
>Faculty Positions
>Department of Media Arts
>College of Fine Arts
>The University of Arizona
>
>
>Assistant/Associate Professor in Film Production
>
>The successful candidate will have a vision of production that
integrates
>film, video and digital technologies; be comfortable in a department
that
>integrates critical studies, production and professional studies;
>demonstrate success in creative activity and teaching.
Responsibilities
>include:  enhance production curriculum and lab facilities; sustain
>significant agenda of creative work; teach film production and
related
>courses; advise and mentor production students; serve the
administrative
>and develop ment needs of the Department, College, and University
through
>committee work.  MFA degree is required.  Applicants with a
university
>degree and three years professional filmmaking experience will be
>considered.  Submit curriculum vitae; statement of inter est
detailing
>creative activity, teaching philosophy and goals, and vision of
>production; vhs portfolio; names of three (3) recommending
individuals.
>
>Assistant/Associate Professor in Industry Studies
>
>The successful candidate will be an outstanding scholar and
accomplished
>teacher in the areas of media industries, distribution practices,
and
>management; demonstrate ability to expand the Department's
relationships
>with media organizations.  Responsibili ties include:  sustain a
>significant program of research; teach at undergraduate and graduate
>levels; advise students; serve the administrative and development
needs of
>the Department, College, and University through committee work.  PhD
is
>required.  App licants with a university degree, three years
professional
>industry experience, and university-level teaching experience will
be
>considered.  Submit curriculum vitae; statement of interest
detailing
>scholarship, teaching accomplishments and goals, and out reach
experience;
>names of three (3) recommending individuals.
>
>Submit materials to:  Dr. Mary Beth Haralovich, Department Head,
>Department of Media Arts, 226 Harvill Building, The University of
Arizona.
>P.O. Box 210076, Tucson, Arizona 85721-0076.  Applicant review will
begin
>9-30-97 and continue until positions are filled.
>
>The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA Employer-M/W/D/V.
>
>The Department of Media Arts is an energetic department comprised of
ten
>faculty, a part-time faculty drawn from the local professional media
>community, two academic professionals, 500 undergraduate majors, 20
>graduate students, and an administrative offi ce staff of four.  The
>Department offers BA, BFA and MA degrees in Media Arts.
Undergraduate
>programs include critical studies; film, video, television and new
media
>production; and media arts management.  Undergraduate students have
>opportunities for pr e-professional experience through the
department's
>internship program.  The graduate program focuses on critical
studies and
>is expanding its curriculum in new media.  The Department of Media
Arts is
>in the College of Fine Arts, which includes the Peter T reistman
Fine Arts
>Center for New Media.
>
>The University of Arizona is a land-grant institution, located in
157
>buildings on 351 acres.  The UA enrolls 36,000 students in 11
colleges.
>Among the campus resources for Media Arts are media collections and
>substantial holdings of periodicals, microfi lm and archival
materials in
>an overall University Library collection of 4 million volumes.  The
UA's
>internationally renowned Center for Creative Photography exhibits
>photography in its gallery and houses a significant collection as
well as
>a library of books, periodicals and videos.
>
>Metropolitan Tucson is an arts-centered community of over 800,000
>residents.  Surrounded by four mountain ranges, Tucson is located in
the
>Sonoran Desert valley at an elevation of 2400 feet.  Recreational
and
>cultural facilities are excellent and wide-ran ging.  Community
support
>for the media arts includes the Arizona Media Arts Center, which
offers
>regular screenings and an annual film/video festival, community
access
>cable and radio stations, annual series of independent film/video
work and
>guest artist s, theaters which exhibit independent and foreign
films, and
>the University's public television and radio stations.
>
>
>
>
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>Mary Beth Haralovich
>Department Head
>Media Arts
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Jeremy Butler
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ScreenSite http://www.sa.ua.edu/ScreenSite
Telecommunication & Film/University of Alabama/Tuscaloosa
 
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