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Mass Communication Faculty

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The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

Posted 2 months ago

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke invites applications for a full-time lecturer, clinical assistant professor, or tenure-track assistant professor to teach journalism courses and advise student newspaper in the Department of Mass Communication beginning August 2018. The successful candidate will have at least a bachelors degree in journalism and extensive professional newswriting experience, as well as technical skills in converged media environments.

The newspaper adviser should be invested in the university community and prepared to lead students in journalistic excellence through close mentoring and a physical presence on campus. Tenure-track dependent on terminal degree in mass communication or closely related field. Lecturer position requires a masters degree in mass communication or related field.

Responsibilities: Tenure-track teaching load is normally 4/3 with expectations of university service in addition to a reasonable amount of discipline-specific research or creativity. One of those courses each semester is the student newspaper. Lecturers or clinical faculty teach 4/4 (newspaper included) with expectation of university service, such as committee membership.

Advise students for the purposes of registration and progress toward degree. Summers are optional with extra compensation.



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