Posting Summary: The Department of Communications invites applications for an experienced journalism/multimedia producer to teach students in the journalism track (news, sports, entertainment). The successful candidate will have recent regional or national experience as a writer, editor, and producer for digital and print environments and possess strong teaching ability across digital platforms and tools.
Undergraduate courses focus on gathering, producing, and distributing content for an audience across platforms. The curriculum ranges from basic reporting, writing, and editing to in-depth reporting projects and incorporates all elements of storytelling, including audio, video, social-media tools. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses supporting student newscasts, sports coverage, and entertainment journalism.
Other courses to be taught may include introductory and survey courses in mass communication, communication research, and communication law and ethics.
Internal Number: 220_56800
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