Butler U jobs

Butler University: The College of Communication invites applications for four open faculty positions beginning August 2012.  Review of applications will begin October 15 and continue until the positions are filled. Consideration will be given only to complete applications.
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Organizational Communication & Leadership Program
Three organizational communication positions: one position as an associate professor with tenure and two as assistant professor tenure-track positions.

All of the successful candidates should be broadly trained in the area of organizational communication. Successful candidates should have a terminal degree in the discipline or closely related field. Candidates should be able to teach undergraduate introductory communication classes as well as upper-level courses in organizational communication and leadership, public speaking, business and professional speaking, communication theory, research methods and interest in developing and implementing curricula that address multicultural issues.  We seek applicants from a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches. The teaching load is 3/3 for all three positions and all full-time faculty are expected to recruit and advise students.  The College is planning to develop graduate programs in communication in the future.  Salary based on qualifications and experience.

Candidates should submit a letter of application, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, samples of published work or evidence of scholarly activity, copies of unofficial transcripts, and three letters of reference.  We would like to conduct interviews at the National Communication Association annual meeting in New Orleans in November.
1.    Associate professor with tenure preferred. An advanced assistant professor considered (tenure track).  The successful candidate should have a strong teaching and research portfolio and should demonstrate the ability to provide leadership in curriculum and program development. We are particularly interested in candidates whose area of study allows them to collaborate with our College of Business and Butler’s Business Accelerator. Search Chair: David Waite, Ph.D. (dwaite@butler.edu), Re: Organizational Communication Faculty Search
2.     Assistant professor, tenure track. The successful candidate should have a strong teaching portfolio as well as a program of research leading to publication.  Although open, we are especially interested in candidates with research areas in intercultural communication, international communication, health communication, critical theory and conflict mediation.  Search Chair: Ann Savage, Ph.D. (asavage@butler.edu), Re: Organizational Communication Assistant Professor Search
3.     Director of Debate, Assistant Professor, tenure track.  The successful candidate should have extensive debate experience, a strong teaching portfolio, as well as a program of research leading to publication.  Although open, we are especially interested in candidates who can also contribute to the rhetoric and rhetorical theory component of the new major in Media, Rhetoric and Culture.  Ability to teach Media Literacy a plus.  Search Chair: Allison Harthcock, Ph.D. (aharthco@butler.edu), Re: Director of Debate/Assistant Prof Search
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Strategic Communication Program
Visual Communication Instructor: Graphic Design Specialization
The Strategic Communication Program is searching for an outstanding teacher in visual communication who specializes in graphic design for public relations and advertising. The full-time, three-year renewable instructor position will begin in August 2012. We are seeking an accomplished professional and an experienced instructor, who has a passion for teaching and design and would bring that passion and energy into a college classroom.  All full-time faculty are expected to advise and recruit students.
The successful candidate is expected to teach undergraduate courses in beginning to advanced levels of graphic design, 2D design publishing, motion graphics, advertising and related industry software for print and online publishing, and all digital media; as well as participate in student advising, curriculum development, senior project reviews, program committee work and service at the University level.  An ongoing program of creative work is expected.
Qualifications: Minimum of a master’s degree in Communication Design, Advertising, Digital Art, Art & Design Education, Fine Arts, or related area is required. Minimum 6 years professional experience in graphic design-related field is expected. College teaching experience is a definite plus. The ideal candidate possesses excellent communication skills and an eye for great concept and design, and previous experience interacting with diverse communities.  The teaching load for this position is fulltime: 4 courses per semester.  These courses emphasize the application of design and production principles to advertising and public relations materials.

Interested candidates should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, copies of unofficial transcripts, current teaching evaluations (if applicable), and a list of three references and their contact information to: Rose Campbell, Ph.D.; Search Chair; Re: Visual Communication Instructor Position
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Created in 2010, the College of Communication brought together longstanding departments and courses that include: Organizational Communication and Leadership; Strategic Communication; Communication Sciences and Disorders; Media, Rhetoric and Culture; Creative Media and Entertainment; plus the School of Journalism.
Butler University, founded in 1855 by attorney and abolitionist Ovid Butler, is home to about 4,000 undergraduate and 700 graduate students in six colleges and more than 60 academic majors.  Located in Indianapolis, a thriving metropolitan area of approximately 1.5 million people in the 27th largest media market, Butler occupies 290 acres in a vibrant and diverse neighborhood near the White River on the northwest side of Indianapolis. The University emphasizes a liberal arts-based education with the goal of teaching clear and effective communication, appreciation of beauty, and a commitment to lifelong learning, community service and global awareness.  For further information visit the Butler website at www.butler.edu.
Please submit applications to the corresponding search chair at the College of Communication, Butler University, 4600 Sunset Avenue, Indianapolis, IN  46208-3485.

Butler University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community, and strongly encourages applications from women and historically underrepresented groups.

U Oregon job ad

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
School of Journalism and Communication
Assistant Professor

The University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication seeks up to three outstanding Assistant Professors to join our faculty, carry out scholarly research, and teach in both our undergraduate and graduate programs. The ideal candidates for these tenure-related positions will have a track record of research and university teaching experience in the field of journalism and communication and share our demonstrated commitment to working effectively with students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds.  Professional experience aligned with one or more of our undergraduate majors is preferred.  A Ph.D. in a relevant field is required, though ABD may be considered.

We seek colleagues with strong research and teaching interests in fields such as, but not limited to, media history; media effects; gender, diversity and media; international communication (particularly East Asia); communication technology; communication economics; visual communication; and media management.  Media historians are especially encouraged to apply, as are scholars with success in obtaining external funding for their research.  The new colleagues will teach and advise in one or more of our undergraduate majors (Journalism, Public Relations, Advertising, Communication Studies), as well as contribute to core undergraduate coursework relevant to all majors, such as our cross-disciplinary Gateway courses; Media and Society; Understanding Media; Media History; Gender, Diversity and Media; and/or International Communication.  The colleagues will also teach and advise in our master’s and doctoral programs in Communication and Society.  They will also have opportunities to participate in programs at our George S. Turnbull Center in Portland.

We invite applications from qualified candidates who share our commitment to a diverse learning and work environment.  Employment begins September 16, 2012.  For full consideration, applications must be received by November 1, 2011.  The position will remain open until filled.  Please send a letter of interest, CV and contact information for three references to:

Professor Janet Wasko
School of Journalism and Communication
1275 University of Oregon
Eugene OR  97403

Robert Shuter Researcher Profile

ProfilesRobert Shuter is Director and Founder of the Center for Intercultural New Media Research.  A pioneer in intercultural communication studies, Dr. Shuter is Professor Emeritus at Marquette University (USA).

A noted researcher on communication across cultures, he has published over 60 articles and books in major scholarly journals including Journal of Social Psychology, Journal of Communication, Communication Monographs, Management Communication Quarterly as well as popular press outlets like the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. His recent article on emerging interpersonal norms of text messaging in India and the US appeared in the July 2010 issue of the Journal of Intercultural Communication Research.  He edited a special forum (2011) on intercultural new media research for the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication as well as a special issue (2012) of the Journal of Intercultural Communication Research on new media research across cultures.


NOTE: Robert Shuter passed away May 4, 2021. He was a long time colleague in Milwaukee. He was interviewed by CID a few years ago: Intercultural Dialogue and New Media Research: An Interview with Robert Shuter. Further information about his life and work can be found in his ASU obituary.

 

IICD NCA Scholarship awards

Nominations are invited for the National Communication Association distinguished scholarship annual awards by the Division of International and Intercultural Communication for scholarship published during 2010 in the areas of international and intercultural communication.  Up to four awards will be given for the following categories featuring work in international and intercultural communication:

*         Best Book (edited or authored)
*         Best article (or book chapter),
*         Best Dissertation and /or Master’s Thesis

Unless otherwise specified, all nomination materials must be by electronic submission only to: mendoza@oakland.edu and must include the following

(A)  A nomination letter outlining justification for the award.

(B)   For Article or Book Chapter submissions, send pdf copies only.

(C)  For Book, send three (3) copies of the complete work (you may ask your publishers to send copies directly as part of their promo!).

(D)  For Dissertation, or Thesis submissions, mail three (3) cd-rom copies of the complete work.

Mail hard copies (for C & D) to:
Dr. S. Lily Mendoza
1341 Nicolet Place
Detroit, MI 48207
Email: mendoza@oakland.edu

Awards will be presented at the NCA International and Intercultural Division Business Meeting at the November 2011 convention in New Orleans.  Recipients of the awards will be notified by September 1 and are expected to be present for the award presentations. Self, peer, or advisor nominations accepted. Works must have been published during the 2010 calendar year.

Nomination packets must be received by April 30, 2011.

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