City, University of London Job Ad: Media & Communications (UK)

Lecturer in Media and Communications (Digital Media)
City, University of London – School of Arts and Social Sciences – Department of Sociology

City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.

City is in the UK’s top twenty (Guardian University Guide) and the world’s top four per cent (Times Higher Education World University Rankings). City attracts around 19,500 students (35% postgraduate), is well above the sector average for graduate employability in most subjects, and is eleventh in the UK for starting salaries and second in London for student satisfaction. City joined the University of London in 2016.

In the last REF, City doubled the proportion of its total academic staff producing world-leading or internationally excellent research.

The Department of Sociology is a leading centre for research and education. The REF confirmed the high quality of its research and the Department rose in the GPA rankings to equal-16th in the UK. 74% of its submitted research was graded as world-leading or internationally excellent, increasing from 45% in the 2008 RAE.

Person Specification
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding academic to a Lectureship in Media & Communications (Digital Media) to further enhance research and education in this area.

The appointed individual will demonstrate emerging strengths in research and publication and the ability to educate and supervise at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate will play a key role in developing a growing and dynamic research-driven Department.

Additional Information
City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.

The role is available from autumn 2017.

Closing date: 11.59pm on 30th May 2017.

Interview date: 19th June 2017.

City, University of London is a global university committed to academic excellence with a focus on business and the professions and an enviable central London location.

City is in the UK’s top twenty (Guardian University Guide) and the world’s top four per cent (Times Higher Education World University Rankings). City attracts around 19,500 students (35% postgraduate), is well above the sector average for graduate employability in most subjects, and is eleventh in the UK for starting salaries and second in London for student satisfaction. City joined the University of London in 2016.

In the last REF, City doubled the proportion of its total academic staff producing world-leading or internationally excellent research.

The Department of Sociology is a leading centre for research and education. The REF confirmed the high quality of its research and the Department rose in the GPA rankings to equal-16th in the UK. 74% of its submitted research was graded as world-leading or internationally excellent, increasing from 45% in the 2008 RAE.

Person Specification
We are seeking to appoint an outstanding academic to a Lectureship in Media & Communications (Digital Media) to further enhance research and education in this area.

The appointed individual will demonstrate emerging strengths in research and publication and the ability to educate and supervise at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate will play a key role in developing a growing and dynamic research-driven Department.

Additional Information
City offers a sector-leading salary, pension scheme and benefits including a comprehensive package of staff training and development.

The role is available from autumn 2017.
Closing date: 11.59pm on 30th May 2017.
Interview date: 19th June 2017.

CFP (E)-Racing Voice and Identity

Call for Chapter Proposals– (E)-Racing Voice and Identity: Communal and Divisive Aspects of Digital Media
Editors: Cerise L. Glenn & Roy Schwartzman (University of North Carolina at Greensboro).

Synopsis:
Digital media, also termed “new media,” is increasingly being used to shape racial discourses, particularly as they connect to issues of voice, identity, agency, activism, and resistance. This book will address the synergy of social media with voice, identity, and activism as they pertain to race, as well as social media’s power to widen or constrict the divides on contemporary perceptions of race. The book’s overarching focus examines how digital media shapes new understandings of traditional constructs of race, identity, community, and divisiveness, as well as how it provides new avenues for voice and
coordination of racial discourses.

Potential topics for individual chapters may include, but are not limited to:
Enacting Racial Identity and Fluidity: Racial Boundaries and Ambiguities
Learning and performing race in digital spaces
(Re)defining personal or collective racial identity via digital media
Authenticity and authority in online media
Race and class based digital divides
(Mis)representations of racial identities or behaviors online
(E)-Racing History: Remembrance and Inclusivity
Social media as tools to address social (in)justice
Roles of digital media in preserving/revising history
Digital tools in promoting legacies of racial inclusivity or marginalization
Corporate and other organizational appropriation of racial histories
Social Justice, Voice, and Mobilization
Coordination of collective action through social media
Digital dialogues centering on race and justice
Digital ways of engaging race in conjunction with other identities (e.g., gender, class, sexuality, nationality)
Interpersonal, community, national, or international methods of (dis)empowerment using digital tools
New media as ways of connecting specific ethnic groups with social causes
Media Convergence and Audience Interaction
Roles of race in online fandom and entertainment
How interactive media challenge or reinforce stereotypes
Audience appropriation of new media to rearticulate identities via mashups, remixes, etc.
Subversion of mainstream media treatments of race

Other topic areas relevant to the book’s overall theme are welcomed. All theoretical and methodological approaches are invited for consideration.

Deadline for receipt of chapter proposals and supporting materials: 1 August 2016

Proposals should be no more than 500 words plus include a complete chapter title and 3-5 keywords. In the abstract, please include: topic, explanation of material to be analyzed and/or theoretical approach, as well as preliminary findings/ theoretical points. A brief (2-3 page) CV should be included for every author. Email proposal and CV in MS Word (.doc or .docx) format to: clglenn[at]uncg.edu AND roypoet[at]gmail.com

Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to submit full manuscripts for consideration due: 1 November 2016

Beijing Normal University postdoc (China)

The Department of Digital Media, School of Art and Design at Beijing Normal University invites applications for Post-doc Research Fellow in

(A) Communication (with specializations in Digital Media, Media Art & Design, or Political Communication) OR
(B) Data Mining on Social Media OR
(C) Statistics

Appointment to the appropriate rank will be considered with reference to the candidate’s qualifications and experience. Applicants should (i) possess a PhD degree from a reputable university; (ii) have undertaken research in the aforementioned field(s); (iii) be proficient in English OR Chinese; (iv) be able to publish research output with international impact.

Appointment(s) will normally be made on contract basis for up to 20 months, which, subject to funding, performance and mutual agreement, may lead to longer-term appointment. Salary will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Please email the Application Materials (full curriculum vitae, together with copies of qualification documents, a publication list and abstracts of selected published papers) to ZHANG Lun.

CFP Chinese NGOs, Digital Media & Culture

CALL FOR PAPERS
Chinese Non-Governmental Organizations, Digital Media and Culture: Perspectives, Practices and Challenges
Special Issue of Chinese Journal of Communication
Submission Deadline: December 30, 2015

Guest Editors
Pauline Hope Cheong (Ph.D., Associate Professor, Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, Arizona State University)
Aimei Yang, (Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California)

The general aims and focus of the Special Issue
In today’s increasingly mediated Chinese societies around the world, innovative forms of non-profit organizing have emerged to address pressing social concerns. While state systems and corporations are sometimes portrayed as inefficient in dealing with local and transnational social and environmental problems, the rising power of civil groups in many Chinese societies are increasingly prominent. Non-government organizations (NGOs) play significant roles in areas such as the building of emerging nations, international civil society and global development, corporate global alliance networks, international relationship and public diplomacy, humanitarian aid, environmental conservation and engaged spirituality. Given the increasing influence of Chinese NGOs in many facets of social, political, and religious life, it is important to examine their mediation, communication networks, and organizational dynamics in their operational and advocacy work.

While a growing corpus of research is being done on Chinese NGOs, we know less about the opportunities and challenges facilitated by Chinese NGOs’ appropriation of various forms of communication, including the use of newer digital media to build their community, social capital and service capacity. NGOs have traditionally faced the challenges of mobilizing their volunteers, translating their abstract principles into embodied interventions, sustaining members’ interest and commitment, and maintaining relationships with resourceful strategic partners. These difficulties are amplified in today’s increasingly media saturated environment where a diversity of ideas, ideologies, information and causes are available, which can serve as competition for Chinese NGOs and may not be compatible with their local and global capacity building. Moreover, although NGOs exist to serve the public good, their work is mired in and may be hindered by local cultural conditions, including value orientations, socio-political governance and regulations, as well as telecommunications infrastructure (or lack thereof) in which they are embedded.  Yet, at the same time, Chinese NGOs may creatively adopt and negotiate their media connections and communication networks to (re)build their trust and legitimacy to members, policy makers, potential donors and other civil actors.

Accordingly, this special issue aims to address the theoretical issues underlying the constitution and evolution of Chinese NGOs and to map empirical research on the mediated and communicative mechanisms fueling Chinese NGO growth and collaborations across different institutional actors.

We invite contributions in the following areas:
–        Historical perspectives on Chinese non-profit organizing, media use and culture
–        Analysis of digital media use and innovation in the constitution of Chinese NGOs
–        Examinations of the use of mobile social media by Chinese civil actors in communication and capacity building
–        Implications of cultural frameworks on volunteering and nonprofit service
–        Potential and limitations of digital advocacy, issue management, and/or fundraising in Chinese societies in Asia and beyond
–        Collaboration and/or conflict in multi-actor/cross-sectoral constellations of private, government and Chinese NGO networks
–       Assessment of globalization and/or glocalization developments in Chinese NGOs and their relationships with international NGOs and international developments
–        Comparative research on non-profit organizing, social value and partnerships
–        Short and longer terms implications of Chinese NGOs, civil society and social change

We welcome multidisciplinary scholarly contributions that draw upon, integrate or cross-fertilize literature from varied divisions of communication and media, information sciences, and management. We seek both qualitative and quantitative research, and papers that present critical reflections on methods, detailed discussions of the specific challenges of doing fieldwork in this area and data-mining on Chinese social media are welcome.

All manuscripts must be submitted by December 30, 2015. All accepted manuscript will be published online first and the planned printed publication date is an issue of CJC in 2017.

Submissions should conform to the editorial guidelines of the Chinese Journal of Communication under “Instructions for Authors”.

Papers for consideration in this special issue should be submitted online and should indicate they are
intended for inclusion in the special issue.

CFP Qualitative Research in Communication (Bucharest)

International Conference
Qualitative Research in Communication
September 23-25, 2015
Bucharest, Romania

This conference  is dedicated to exploring qualitative methodology as an approach which enriches interdisciplinary understanding of communication phenomena. It aims to provide a venue for discussing related theories and methods, for presenting the results of research projects, and for assessing emerging trends. An additional goal is to provide international researchers with a stimulating environment for cultivating current and future collaborative projects. We invite communication scholars and interdisciplinary colleagues to contribute papers in all of these areas, but particularly welcome those addressing the following themes: mediated interpersonal communication, intergenerational communication, communication and emotion, language and social interaction, digital media, and applied communication.

Accepted papers will be programmed for one of three themed panels (see below), or in the open sessions.

1. Ageing, Communication and Technology
Panel head: Mireia Fernández-Ardèvol, IN3 – Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona (Catalonia), Spain

Ageing populations are experiencing a world that is increasingly mediated by digital devices, and influenced by their proliferation. Related questions include: How do digital and mobile technologies mediate the communication experiences and practices of older people? Does ICT use contribute to the development of personal autonomy of seniors (and if so, how)?

This panel is organized in collaboration with the ACT Project [http://actproject.ca/ ]

2. Communication and the Emotion Economy
Panel head: Liz Yeomans, Leeds Business School, Leeds Beckett University, UK

Increasingly, emotion is viewed as more than an individual psychological state, and as a social and cultural phenomenon which is also constituted ‘outside’ the individual. An ’emotion economy’ perspective encourages us to view communication as part of a system of emotion expression, exchange, circulation, and distribution. New, related codes and rituals are subsequently developed in interpersonal, organizational, intercultural, political, and mediated contexts. Related questions include: What are the distinctive forms and practices of which constitute the emotion economy? How may qualitative methods distinctively advance this research program?

3. Digital Explorations: Research with and about Digital Media
Panel head: Ana Adi, Quadriga University of Applied Sciences in Berlin, Germany

The rise in global popularity of the Internet, its increased adoption both by organisations and individuals, and the rise of ‘big data’ regimes all present numerous opportunities for qualitative researchers. Related questions include: How, generally, are traditional research methodologies challenged and transformed by online application?  By the specific context of social media platforms? How do new digital research tools (e.g., crowd-sourcing, visualization, etc.) influence the design of qualitative projects, and the collection and analysis of qualitative data?

Keynote speakers for the conference will include:
Kim Sawchuk, Professor in Communication Studies, Concordia University, Canada; Bryan C. Taylor, Professor in Communication, University of Colorado Boulder, USA; Eugene Loos, Professor at Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR, Department of Communication Science, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Important conference deadlines include:
April 7th, 2015: Abstract submission;
May 15th, 2015: Notification of authors via email; June 20th, 2015: Full paper submission; August 30th, 2015: Notification of authors.

Abstracts
Paper abstracts (max. 300 words, followed by 3-5 keywords) should be submitted for review in MS Word format (.doc, .docx). Please use the abstract template.  Please mention whether you desire consideration for programming on one of the three themed panels. Only one paper for each participant (i.e., as a first author) will be accepted. Submit abstracts as attachments to email messages to Corina Buzoianu. The official language of the conference is English.

Publication
All conference papers are subject to a peer-review process. All accepted papers will be published in a hard-copy, conference proceedings volume (i.e., with ISBN). Selected papers will be published in a special issue of the Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations.

Conference Fees:
The conference fee is 100 Euro/participant (approx. $114 USD). The fee includes conference attendance, conference bag, publication in conference proceedings, and consideration for publication in the Romanian Journal of Communication and Public Relations, refreshments during coffee breaks and lunch.

Conference Venue:
National University of Political and Administrative Studies, College of Communication and Public Relations, 30A Expozitiei Boulevard, Bucharest, Romania.

Sponsoring Programs and Institutions:
National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Romania; ACT project, Concordia University, Canada; University of Colorado Boulder, USA.

For details and inquires please send an e-mail to Corina Buzoianu.

Gulf University of Science and Technology job ad (Kuwait)

Asst/Assoc/Full Prof: PR/Strategic Comm, Broadcasting, or Digital Media 
Gulf University for Science and Technology

The Gulf University for Science and Technology is Kuwait’s first private, American-model university. GUST currently offers programs in Arts and Sciences, and Business—including an MBA.

The Department of Mass Communication and Media (MCM) at GUST invites applications for four full-time positions beginning in Fall 2015 in the following areas:

Public relations or strategic communication (x2): Professional experience and expertise in international/intercultural public relations, advertising, political communication, or rhetoric are highly desirable. Teaching duties include courses in PR and advertising, integrated marketing communication, strategic/political communication, and persuasive writing.

Broadcasting (x1): Experience with audio/video production and broadcast copywriting are expected. Expertise in media law, media theory, journalism, or digital media are highly desirable. Teaching duties include courses in radio and TV production, video and sound editing, media packages, news gathering, public speaking, media theory, and writing for mass media.

Digital or social media (x1): Teaching duties include courses in digital/social media, web design, digital animation, graphic design, visual communication, or visual culture depending on the faculty’s areas of specialization.

Additional duties for all positions include advising students, engaging in scholarship, and providing institutional service.

Qualified candidates will hold a Ph.D. in one of these areas or a related degree in communication by the time of appointment, have evidence of quality teaching, and demonstrated scholarly potential. Review of applications begins December 1, 2014 and will continue until the positions are filled.

The MCM Department offers a B.A. degree with concentrations in public relations and advertising, visual communication, and radio/TV broadcasting. The department hosts approximately 500 majors in a university of over 3,500 students.

GUST offers generous salaries and an excellent package, including a housing allowance, educational allowances for dependents, medical and dental plans, as well as annual return airfare home. Kuwait is also a tax-free country. Interested applicants are requested to send a cover letter, complete CV, and the names and contact information for at least three references to Dr. Ali Ansari, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. In the subject of the email please state “Position applied for: Public Relations.” Kindly note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

CFP Networking East and West

CONFERENCE INVITATION AND CALL FOR PAPERS
Networking East and West: Communications, Commerce, Culture

For many centuries, the East and the West have been entangled in dense networks of communications and commerce. Yet only in our current age of globalization, influenced by a generation of media theorists shaped by the emergence since the 1970s of digital media, has it become customary to interpret these networks as a distinctive social relationship with a pervasive and enduring influence on culture, economics, politics, and international relations. For these theorists, media is more than a representation: in addition, and more fundamentally, it is an institutional practice laden with cultural meaning.

Media scholars in Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America from disciplines that include but are not confined to history, sociology, political science, literature, anthropology, geography, and media studies share a commitment to increasing our understanding of these networks so as to enhance mutual understanding, foster a common research agenda, and nurture an academic community that lowers cultural barriers. To promote this goal, a conference on the theme of “Networking East and West: Communications, Commerce, Culture” will be convened in Renmin University, China, on July 11 -12, 2014. The papers in this conference explore the conflicts, commonalities, and contrasts that have shaped communications networks linking East and West, with a focus on China, the Pacific Rim, and the United States in the period between the mid-nineteenth century and the Second World War.  The call for papers is intended to encourage submissions on a broad range of topics from various disciplinary perspectives. Possible topics include: journalistic ethics, technology transfer, telegraphy, print culture, and media theory.  Papers need not be explicitly comparative, though all should address the conference theme.

Specific details about the conference are as follows:
I.      Conference Title: “Networking East and West: Communications, Commerce, Culture”
II.     Hosts: Confucius Institute Headquarters (Hanban); Confucius Institute at Columbia University
III.    Organizer: School of Journalism and Communication, Renmin University, China
IV.     Co-organizers: Columbia Journalism School, Fudan Journalism School
V.      Theme: the conflicts, commonalities, and contrasts that have shaped communications networks linking East and West
VI.     Venue: Beijing, China
VII.    Date: July 11-12, 2014 (Registration deadline: July 10, 2014)

Participants should send the texts of their proposed papers by June 1 to the organizing committee at mediaculture2014@163.com. Successful proposals will be announced on June 15.  Participants are responsible for their own transportation and accommodation expenses.

Contact (U.S.):
Prof. Richard R. JOHN
Tel: (+1) 212-854-7837

Contact (China):
Dr. CHANG Jiang
Tel: (+86) 139-1151-1157

Further Details:
1.      The proposed paper can be written either in English or Chinese.
2.      The paper’s content shall be relevant to the conference theme.
3.      English-language papers shall be 6,000-10,000 words long; Chinese-language papers shall include 8,000-12,000 characters.
4.      Papers will include: title, name and introduction of the author, abstract, key words, main body, annotations, etc. For the Chinese-language papers, authors are required to supply an English-language title, abstract and keywords. There is no such requirement for English-language papers.
5.      All citations shall be formatted as endnotes in accordance with the conventions described in The Chicago Manual of Style (CMS).
6.      Proposals shall be sent to the organizing committee before June 1, 2014 in Microsoft Word format (.doc/ .docx).

Nanyang Tech U Singapore job ad

Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Faculty Positions at Assistant Professor Level

The Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information (WKWSCI) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, was founded in 1992 and has grown to become a leading institution for world-class education and research in communication and information studies. In 2006, the School established an endowment fund of S$30 million to support a wide range of educational and research activities. Extensive research, teaching and production facilities help to keep faculty and students at the leading edge of their disciplines.

WKWSCI has over 50 full-time faculty members, 400 graduate students and 700 undergraduates. For further information about the School and its programs, please refer to the following website.

NTU

WKWSCI invites qualified academics to apply for the following faculty positions in the following areas, with a preferred duty assumption date in July or August 2014:

Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Mobile Communication and Media

We are looking for an outstanding young scholar to develop a program of teaching and research on mobile communication. Candidates should possess a Ph.D. in communication or a related field and have a solid grounding in social scientific theory and research. Preferred areas of interest related to mobile communication include one or more of the following: communication and social change, social networks, consumer behaviour, economics and policy. Experience with traditional and online surveys is a plus. The ability to cross disciplinary lines is also considered an asset and work that is at the intersection of information and communication studies will be particularly valued.

Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Multimedia Journalism

We are looking for an innovative scholar to study and teach convergent and cross-platform journalism. Candidates should possess a Ph.D., with a record of high quality research and some professional experience with cross-platform news media production. A solid grounding in journalism practice will be an asset. Duties will include teaching courses in multimedia and online journalism and engaging in ongoing professional development through research, publication and curriculum development. He or she will teach in the Schools signature multimedia news production facility, Newsplex Asia, and contribute to its advancement through curriculum development and other innovative programs. Newsplex Asia is a joint venture of the WKWSCI and the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA), and is designed to help students and practitioners to develop the skills needed to be news professional in a converged media environment.

Tenure-track Assistant Professor in Visual Communication/Digital Media

We are looking for an Assistant Professor with strong scholarly potential and experience in visual communication and digital media studies, and specialization in one or more of the following general areas: film studies, television studies, emerging media, visual narratives, comparative media systems and telecommunication policy. An established research agenda is essential, and specialized production skills are considered an asset, as is an ability to contribute to the teaching of an introductory visual communication course. The ability to cross disciplinary lines is also considered an asset, especially in terms of research that bridges the humanities and social sciences.

To apply, please refer to the Guidelines for Submitting an Application for Faculty Appointment and send your application package (consisting of a cover letter, curriculum vitae, personal particulars form, teaching and research statements, names of three potential referees, evidence of teaching effectiveness and writing samples) to:

The Search Committee
Nanyang Technological University
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
31 Nanyang Link, WKWSCI Building
Singapore 637718
Email: faculty-recruit@ntu.edu.sg

U New Hampshire job ad

The Department of Communication at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, invites applications for the position of tenure-track Assistant Professor of Media Studies, beginning August 2014. Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Communication or a closely related discipline (outstanding ABDs considered), excellent teaching credentials, and an active research program.

The Department seeks a broadly trained communication scholar with expertise in critical, theoretical, and historical approaches to areas such as (but not limited to) digital media, global media, film, political economy of the media, and media and gender, race, and/or sexuality. The successful candidate will be expected to develop courses in his or her areas of expertise in ways that complement the department’s undergraduate major curriculum. The successful candidate should also be able to teach existing courses, including Introduction to Media Studies. The teaching load is four courses per academic year (two per semester).

The Department has approximately 500 undergraduate majors and offers a curriculum that integrates critical media studies, rhetorical studies, and studies of language and social interaction.

Application procedures can be found here. Pleaser refer to job # 0901816
or click on the direct link . Required materials include: a letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching excellence (e.g., syllabi and teaching evaluations), three professional references contact information and samples of scholarly work.  Three letters of reference are also required and should be sent by email attachment from the letter writers to media.position AT unh.edu.  Inquiries (but not applications) may be directed to Prof. John Lannamann, media.position AT unh.edu.

The Application Deadline is September 17, 2013.

The University of New Hampshire is a major research institution, providing comprehensive, high-quality undergraduate programs and graduate programs of distinction. UNH is located in Durham on a 188-acre campus, 60 miles north of Boston, 8 miles from the Atlantic coast, and is convenient to New Hampshire’s lakes and mountains. There is a student enrollment of 14,000 students, with a full-time faculty of over 600, offering 90 undergraduate and more than 70 graduate programs.

The University seeks excellence through diversity among its faculty, staff, and students. The university prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, veteran status, or marital status. Application by members of all underrepresented groups is encouraged.

Hiring is contingent upon funding and the candidate’s eligibility to work in the U.S.

Save

U British Colombia job ad

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Liu Institute for Global Issues/Graduate School of Journalism
Assistant Professor

The Liu Institute for Global Issues and the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada) invite applications for a jointly appointed tenure-track Assistant Professor position, with anticipated start date as early as January 1, 2014.  Candidates must have a PhD and a research record in global affairs and digital media. The ideal candidate will have an active research profile and possess a broad understanding of global issues, with research interests that could include (but are not limited to):  international relations, human security, peace and disarmament, the environment, development, global health, and international justice issues. We will consider candidates working on any part of the world and from any disciplinary or interdisciplinary background; we particularly encourage those involved in policy analysis and implementation.  The Liu Institute for Global Issues is an important part of UBC’s vision with a mission to pursue interdisciplinary and policy-relevant research on global issues. The Emmy-Award winning Graduate School of Journalism conducts research on media, science, health, ethics and society. For full details of this advertisement and to submit an application, go here. Deadline: September 1, 2013.

Save