U Minnesota Job Ad: Postdoc in Media, Popular Culture, Diversity, Inclusivity (USA)

Job adsPostdoctoral Teaching Scholar in Media, Popular Culture, Diversity, and Inclusivity, Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Review of applications will begin April 22, 2018 and continues until the position is filled.

The Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication (HSJMC), within the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, extends this invitation for applications for a nine-month, renewable, Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar Position beginning fall semester 2018. This is a 100%-time appointment as a postdoctoral associate (Job Code 9546) over the nine-month academic year (late-August to late-May). This position begins fall semester 2018 (08/27/2017). This position is annually renewable for up to a total of three years, subject to satisfactory performance and continued availability of funding.

At the University of Minnesota, postdoctoral associates are academic employees who conduct research, teach, or provide service that enhances career skills or allows for opportunities to learn new research or teaching techniques. They are trained by and work in conjunction with a faculty mentor who determines the training agenda. The goal of this Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar position in the Hubbard School is to provide advanced training in teaching courses related to media, popular culture, diversity, and inclusivity. The position requires expertise in journalism or mass communication and evidence of excellence in teaching in higher education settings.

All candidates must have an earned Ph.D. in Journalism, Mass Communication, or a related field by the start-date of the appointment (08/27/2018). Candidates demonstrating the potential to teach courses related to existing undergraduate curricula in media and diversity and media and popular culture, preferred. Funds will be available for professional development. Responsibilities include teaching four courses over the nine-month academic year, participating in program planning and evaluation, and engaging in training and development activities, as determined in consultation with a faculty mentor.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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