THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences/International Programs
Asian Studies Endowed Chair
The University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and UI International Programs invite applications for the position of C. Maxwell and Elizabeth M. Stanley Family Chair of Asian Studies. Geographic area of specialization is open to East and Southeast Asia, with an emphasis on transnational and cross-cultural topics. A successful candidate will demonstrate a high level of proficiency and research competence in a relevant East or Southeast Asian language. The appointment will be within one of the following units: Department of Anthropology, Department of Communication Studies, Department of History, or the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The successful applicant will also hold a 0% appointment in International Programs, and is expected to be an active participant in the activities of the Center for Asian and Pacific Studies. Review processes, teaching assignments, and primary responsibility for mentorship will reside within the department of appointment.
TO VIEW POSITION QUALIFICATIONS AND TO APPLY: visit http://jobs.uiowa.edu and reference requisition #65204. The review of applications will begin on November 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.
The Departments and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences are strongly committed to diversity; the strategic plans of the University and College reflect this commitment. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran. The University of Iowa is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Rhetoric & Discourse:
The University of Iowa Department of Communication Studies invites applications for a full time, tenure-track faculty position in rhetoric and discourse at the rank of assistant professor. The ideal candidate’s research and teaching program will be centrally concerned with civic engagement and the ways in which individuals and groups use rhetorical strategies to engage public controversies at the local, national, and/or global level (e.g. campaigns to affect policy-making or organizing public support for or opposition to an issue). Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Communication Studies or a related discipline in hand by August 15th, 2012. A strong record, or promise of, outstanding teaching and scholarship are required qualifications for this position. The ability to collaborate across specializations in the Department and with other disciplines, to contribute to one of the existing UI cluster initiatives, and mentor graduate students are desirable.
The successful candidate will join a growing department of faculty with diverse research backgrounds. The University of Iowa is a large public university in a friendly, culturally diverse community. The Department and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are strongly committed to gender and ethnic diversity. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The University of Iowa is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Candidates should submit a letter of interest, CV, two writing samples, evidence of teaching effectiveness through UI’s online application system. Refer to requisition #60092. Three letters of reference should be e-mailed to email@example.com Screening will begin October 28th, 2011 with applications considered until the position is filled.
John F. Murray Prize in Strategic Communication for the Public Good
Deadline for nominations extended: August 1, 2011
The 2011 John F. Murray Prize in Strategic Communication for the Public Good will be awarded by the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at The University of Iowa to a pioneering innovator who uses communications to ennoble the human spirit. The Selection Committee seeks an individual whose work through persuasive communication has elevated the well-being of our shared human existence. Such a person will have conceived of, played a key role in, or carried out a vital public campaign aimed at increasing awareness – or spurring a behavioral change – of a fundamental issue that improves the world in which we live. Innovators may have spearheaded public causes, such as advancing health care, education, environment/sustainability, quality of life, or democratic values and governance. They may have created a successful civic project that caused dramatic, quantifiable, and necessary reforms. The results should have a clear and demonstrable impact in either the public or private sectors. To be considered for the award, the impact of the nominee’s action must be publicly documented. Candidates may have devoted substantial parts of their careers to promoting the causes and efforts advanced by the Murray Prize. Candidates may reside in the United States or elsewhere. The winner of the John F. Murray Prize in Strategic Communication for the Public Good may serve in any strategic communication profession. The Murray Prize is not necessarily given every year. In rare circumstances, the Prize may be given to a group or institution. The John F. Murray Prize will consist of an engraved crystal bowl and an honorarium of $2,500. The selection of the winner of the John F. Murray Prize in Strategic Communication for the Public Good will be made by the faculty of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at The University of Iowa. The winner will deliver a public address at an event held in his/her honor in July 2011. The Prize is named after the late John F. Murray, an internationally known benefactor and philanthropist and strategic communication pioneer. To nominate a candidate for the Murray Prize, please send a letter, outlining in detail the nominee’s qualifications and any supporting material to firstname.lastname@example.org. Only electronic nominations and materials will be accepted.