Utica College | Utica, NY
Assistant/Associate Professor of Public Relations and Journalism
Posted on:November 26, 2012
Utica College has a tenure-track position at the assistant/associate professor level in Public Relations and Journalism. Master's Degree in Journalism, Public Relations, Mass Communication or related field required. Previous news media or public relations experience required. Previous teaching experience preferred. Candidate will be expected to develop multimedia courses and teach some combination of the following: Introduction to Mass Communications, Social Media, Introduction to Public Relations, Web Writing and Design, Digital Photography Techniques, Editing, News Writing/News Writing Lab, and other courses in the candidate's area of expertise. Teaching load is four courses per semester. Start date is August 1, 2013.
Submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, three professional writing samples, and list of references online at: http://uc.peopleadmin.com/postings/604.
Application materials must be submitted to the online link and will not be accepted via fax, mail or email.
Review of applications will begin January 22, 2013 and continue until the position is filled.
Utica College is a dynamic, student-centered private institution that offers leading-edge undergraduate and graduate programs that integrate liberal and professional education. With an abiding commitment to academic excellence and a strong tradition of personalized instruction, the College delivers a transformational educational experience in both on-campus and online settings, preparing students for success in a rapidly changing world. Utica College is located in an attractive, family-friendly area of upstate New York near the foothills of the Adirondacks offering easy access to a broad variety of recreational and cultural attractions.
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