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The Department of Languages, Philosophy, & Communication Studies at Utah State University invites applications for a tenure-track position: Assistant Professor in Communication Studies. Candidates should have a Doctorate in a Communication related field completed by August 12, 2013. Other qualifications include: specialization in one or more of the following areas: international communication, interpersonal communication, and/or technology and communication; demonstrated ability to conduct and publish scholarly research and to effectively teach a variety of courses; ability to mentor undergraduate students. Typical teaching load is 2/2. Utah State University is a Carnegie Research University located in a mountain valley 80 miles north of Salt Lake City.

Job Requirements:
(1) Doctorate in Communication completed by August 12, 2013;
(2) demonstrated ability to effectively teach a variety of courses;
(3) demonstrated ability to conduct research and publish scholarly research;
(4) ability and willingness to mentor undergraduate students;
(5) Satisfactory background check per university policy.

Apply online. Along with the online application, please attach:
(1) a curriculum vita;
(2) a cover letter expressing your interest in the position;
(3) a sample of research;
(4) evidence of teaching effectiveness, such as recent teaching evaluations, portfolio, etc. (.doc, .docx, .pdf format);
(5) The names and email addresses of three references. (Your references will be sent an email from USU, asking them to upload a letter of recommendation on your behalf).

Review of a applications begins October 15, 2012

Westminster College postdoc

Westminster College in Salt Lake City seeks applicants for a Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellowship in Speech

Applicants for the Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellowship in Speech must have a doctoral degree (Ph.D. or Ed.D.) in hand by August 2012. While the primary responsibility of this position is teaching SPCH 111 Public Presentations LE (a required course in the Liberal Education curriculum), the committee invites applicants from a broad range of interdisciplinary perspectives (such as communication studies, media studies, cultural studies, gender studies, ethnic studies, mass communications, and more). Qualified candidates must possess successful teaching experience in a public speaking or hybrid (public speaking plus introduction to human communication) course. We seek candidates with experiences, skills, and potential to provide mentoring support to historically underrepresented students (such as students of color, Native American students, LGBT students, students with disabilities, and first-generation college students).

For a complete job posting including application instructions, please navigate to the online job board.

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