ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Hugh Downs School of Human Communication
The Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, within the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on the Tempe Campus of Arizona State University, invites applications for a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor of Intercultural Communication to begin in August 2013.
1) PhD (or foreign educational equivalent) in Communication or related field. Must have PhD in hand by August 1, 2013.
2) Record of research in intercultural/international communication as demonstrated by publications or works in progress, with a continuing program of scholarly activity publishable in established international refereed journals.
1) Demonstrated excellence in scholarship confronting significant global and domestic issues in the ways culture plays a role in relationships between individuals, groups, and societies, scholarship that explicitly contributes to Hugh Downs School of Human Communication Strategic Initiatives (Conflict Transformation Project, Innovative Inquiry, Project for Wellness and Work-Life (see details ) and scholarship that is supportive of ASU’s campus-wide research initiatives: (1) Building strong, vibrant communities, (2) Defending and extending human rights, (3) Understanding the past and present for the sake of our future, and (4) Creating a sustainable way of life) (see details).
2) Demonstrated potential for obtaining external funding for research projects.
3) Demonstrated teaching effectiveness, demonstrated ability to teach courses in the existing undergraduate and graduate curriculum of the HDSHC, with potential to develop new courses in relevant areas of scholarship.
4) Demonstrated ability to engage in service to the university, academic profession, and public/community that supports ethical/professional behavior as defined in Board of Regents, university, or academic unit policy.
The application deadline is Monday, November 26, 2012; if the position is not filled, then applications will be accepted every subsequent Monday until the search is closed.
Applicants must submit a cover letter specifying interest in the position and how their qualifications match the required and desired qualifications, curriculum vitae, evidence of effectiveness in teaching (e.g., syllabi, teaching evaluations), evidence of excellence in scholarship (e.g. reprints of published articles), and three letters of references. Letters of reference must be emailed directly by referees to HDSHCrecruitment AT asu.edu, with the job order #10246 written in the SUBJECT area of the email.
Application materials should be submitted as a single PDF document via email only to HDSHCrecruitment AT asu.edu. Please write the job order #10246 in the SUBJECT area of the email.
Arizona State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to excellence through diversity. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. See ASU’s complete non-discrimination statement. In line with the Arizona Board of Regents’ policy, a background check is required for employment.