Assistant Professor of Communication, University of Louisiana Monroe, Monroe, LA, USA. Deadline: Open until filled, but review begins February 28, 2020.
University of Louisiana Monroe seeks applications for a full-time, tenure-track, 9-month, Assistant Professor in Communication with a strong understanding of the Communication discipline, and the ability to teach across concentrations to begin August 2020. Candidates will teach in the Advocacy concentration primarily and should have specializations in intercultural communication and performance studies. Position requires teaching four classes per semester, both undergraduate and graduate level, including courses such as Intercultural Communication, Communication and Conflict, Performance Advocacy, Qualitative Methods, and a rotation of service courses (Interpersonal, Fundamentals, Public Speaking, and Small Group Communication), providing service to the institution, and engaging in scholarly and/or creative work.
Research Associate in Intercultural AI Ethics, The Alan Turing Institute, London, England. Deadline: 15 March 2020.
The Public Policy programme is looking to recruit a Research Associate in Intercultural AI Ethics for a new project, PATH-AI: Mapping an intercultural Path to Privacy, Agency, and Trust in Human-AI Ecosystems. This project is a cooperation between The Alan Turing Institute, the University of Edinburgh, and RIKEN – Japan’s largest comprehensive research institution.
The project will investigate the values of privacy, agency, and trust from a comparative and intercultural perspective, focussing on the UK and Japan, while also framing the issues surrounding AI ethics and governance in a broader global context. The research will endeavour to enrich and widen understanding of these ideas and to inform policy formation from an intercultural point of view. The project’s final phase will involve the international co-design an AI governance framework.
Professorship for Empirical Research on Childhood and Youth with focus on Globalization and Intersectionality, University of Education Schwäbisch Gmünd, Baden Württemberg, Germany. Deadline: 23 February 2020.
This position features a limited overall duration of 6 years (4 + 2 years) and may be converted into a permanent W3 professorship in the event of a positive evaluation. The institution welcomes applications from outstanding junior academics with the potential to play a role in refining the research profile of international prominence at the University of Education Schwäbisch Gmünd.
- Research on childhood and youth with focus on globalization and intersectionality
- Teaching of two courses/per semester (course duration: 90 min/week) in education with focus on empirical research in childhood and youth in English and/or German (incl. examination activities and supervision of students)
- Contribution to international research alliances
- Involvement in the department administration as well as in teaching and research administration
International & Intercultural Studies – Assistant Director of Off-Campus Programs, St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY. Deadline: Open until filled; posted February 10, 2020.
Reporting to the Associate Dean of International and Intercultural Studies, the Assistant Director will work closely with the staff of the Center for International and Intercultural Studies to advise students and the wider campus community about off-campus study and intercultural education. S/he will be the primary manager of the St. Lawrence international studies website and assist with the Terra Dotta/Studio Abroad online application management system. S/he will work to expand the use of blogs, video, social media, and teleconferencing, to promote diversity education and enhance students’ learning experience before, during, and after study abroad.
Professor of French Culture and French Intercultural Communication, Department of German and Romance Languages, University of Aarhus, Denmark. Deadline: 2 March 2020.
The School of Communication and Culture invites applications for the position of full professor of French culture and French intercultural communication based at the French section within the Department of German and Romance Languages. The department is looking for a dedicated applicant who has contributed substantially to research and teaching in the area of French culture and intercultural communication (including Danish-French), with a focus on culture and literature or on linguistics and communication. Applicants must also be qualified to teach core courses at BA and MA level within the above-mentioned areas.
Senior International Officer: South and South East Asia, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK. Deadline: 24 February 2020.
You will work directly with the International Recruitment Manager for South and South East Asia and other Senior International Officers in meeting institutional and College targets in relation to the University’s International Recruitment strategy and agreed key performance indicators.
You will provide a friendly and efficient service to international students and visitors, facilitate the development of partnerships/collaborations with key institutions, agents, government agencies and other contacts within and outwith the University. You will support the delivery of institutional internationalisation strategic objectives.
**NOTE the post may be rotated on a periodic basis to give experience of different international markets.**
Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, School of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China. Deadline: February 20, 2020.
The Department invites applications for two full-time, tenure-track faculty positions in Organizational Communication and Public Relations. The successful candidates must have a PhD degree in communication or a relevant field, and should be able to teach public relations courses and/or communication studies courses (e.g., interpersonal communication, group communication, organizational communication, intercultural communication, information technology and social impact, and empirical research methods).
Program Associate, School of Communication & Culture, Royal Roads University, Victoria, BC, Canada. Deadline: February 10, 2020.
Under the general direction of the School Manager of the School of Communication & Culture and the Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences Administrative Manager, the program manager is responsible for performing administrative and day-to-day operational functions to support the effective and efficient delivery of the program(s). The program manager will liaise with School staff, faculty (core and associate), learners (prospective, current and alumni), and university support areas on a daily basis in order to ensure that the program is supported, delivered and promoted effectively.
Call for Proposals: The British Council is commissioning a research pilot for a new research-led programme on global values and international cooperation called The Big Conversation. Deadlines are in February 2020.
The programme focuses on how values are central to international cultural relations and cooperation. This is particularly important in the context of forming international partnerships to address shared global challenges, such as development, climate change and technology governance. The Research Pilot will focus on the UK and two other case-study countries where they are running relevant activities. They are seeking proposals from research organisations and consultants with expertise in values research, deliberative dialogue, intercultural relations and other related fields. The results will be used to set up The Big Conversation programme, which will convene global research and debate on shared values. It will develop new evidence-based cultural relations approaches to encourage dialogue and cooperation on shared global challenges.
Research Assistant Professor, Department of English Language and Literature, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China. Deadline: February 6, 2020.
The Department of English Language and Literature, Hong Kong Baptist University, invites applications for a Research Assistant Professor in linguistics. Applicants should possess (1) a PhD in linguistics or a closely-related discipline and (2) an active, impact-bearing research programme including evidence of (or potential for) successfully granted research funded from public and/or private sources. Applicants possessing credible experience in cross-disciplinary research, promoting promising ties with potential collaborating institutions, and engendering social impact through their research programme will be broadly considered. The appointee is expected to teach no more than two courses each year in relation to his/her expertise.