Loyola University Maryland, Communication
Assistant Professor, Communication, Digital Media
|Institution Type:||College / University|
|Location:||Maryland, United States|
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN DIGITAL MEDIA
The Department of Communication at Loyola University Maryland (http://www.loyola.edu/communication) invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position (Assistant Professor) in digital media for the fall of 2014. Primary teaching responsibilities will be web development and graphics in the department's digital media sequence as well as other courses in a broad-based communication program, oriented primarily toward professional communications disciplines such as journalism, advertising and public relations. Candidates should have professional experience in a communication-related field and a record of, or potential for, outstanding undergraduate teaching. A Ph.D. is required. The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a record of scholarly publication, participate in service activities, be supportive of the university's Catholic/Jesuit mission, teach and advise students. The Communication Department includes specializations in Journalism, Advertising and Public Relations, and Digital Media. The typical teaching load of 6 courses per year is reduced by one course in the first year.
The Department offers undergraduate specializations in Journalism, Advertising/Public Relations, and Digital Media. Courses are taught in state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories. Loyola offers numerous internal grant programs for research and curricular development, substantial funding of faculty travel, and research leaves for fourth year faculty applying for outside research grants.
Loyola University Maryland is a dynamic, highly selective Jesuit/Catholic institution in the liberal arts tradition and is recognized as a leading independent, comprehensive university in the northeast. Loyola is located in multi-ethnic, culturally dynamic Baltimore in the hub of the New York-Washington media corridor. Loyola enrolls more than 3,700 students in its undergraduate programs and more than 2,300 graduate students. Communication is the most popular undergraduate major.
The Department of Communication seeks a broad spectrum of candidates, including women and people of color. Visit our website to learn more about Loyola's Jesuit identity and commitment to diversity (http://www.loyola.edu/About/prospective-faculty-and-staff.aspx).
|Secondary Categories:||Journalism and Media Studies