(forwarded from CrtNet) Date: Thu 1/29/98 10:29 AM From: Matthew Lombard [[log in to unmask]] Position announcement SEARCH CONTINUES-STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Department of Broadcasting, Telecommunications, and Mass Media The Department of Broadcasting, Telecommunications, and Mass Media seeks two faculty members. The first tenure-track position is to teach broadcast and multi-media production at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Other teaching assignments will vary depending on the background and skills of the selected applicant. Applicants should possess an advanced degree (Ph.D. preferred), substantial professional experience in either major-market television or independent production, and familiarity with: entertainment, documentary, and corporate or public programming. Knowledge of production management, computers, current industry developments, and new technology (particularly digital entertainment) is desirable. The second tenure-track position requires expertise in the social and educational uses and applications of multi-media. This candidate should have publications and teaching experience in one or more of the following areas: research methodology and media analysis/criticism. A history of funded research will be considered a distinct advantage. The candidate must have a completed Ph.D., teaching experience, and scholarly publications and goals appropriate to mentoring doctoral students. Candidates for each position should send curriculum vitae, cover letter, and the names, addresses and phone numbers of three references, to: Faculty Search, Department of Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 19122-6080. Temple University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and encourages women, minorities and people with disabilities to apply. Review of applications will continue until the positions are filled. Temple University is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, minutes from the center of the fourth largest media and telecommunications market in the nation. The Temple University campuses include the main campus in North Philadelphia, Temple University Center City, Temple University Ambler, the Health Sciences Center, and Tyler School of Art. The Department of Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media, in the School of Communications and Theater, is a new department which grew out of a program in Radio-Television-Film. The department has approximately 550 undergraduate majors and 50 M.A. students. Department faculty also contribute to the interdepartmental doctoral program in Mass Media and Communication. The University community at large includes more than 30,000 students in the region and international campuses in Tokyo, Japan; Rome, Italy; and London, England. The Delaware Valley region boasts many major telecommunications and media outlets including a major cable sports network, NFL Films, and many independent film and video production and post production houses, radio and television stations, casting agencies, and advertising and public relations agencies. Convenient access to New York and Washington, D. C. provides many opportunities for student internships at telecommunications organizations and associated outlets. Philadelphia is a city rich in history and steeped in culture. The birthplace of the nation, it is consistently listed among the country's most livable cities. ======================================= "There is nothing revolutionary whatsoever about the control of women's bodies by men. The woman's body is the terrain on which patriarchy is erected." --Adrienne Rich ======================================= Lisa R. Barry Ph.D. Candidate The Pennsylvania State University 234 Sparks Building University Park, PA 16802 [log in to unmask] http://www.personal.psu.edu/lrb7 ---- Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the University of Alabama.