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New Media Director and Producer-in-Residence

  • Deadline:
    Nov. 13, 2002, 1 a.m.

Three-year appointment for senior-level, non-tenure track faculty position. Reporting to the Dean of the School of Communications and Theater, this individual will lead New Media faculty and students in a growing interdisciplinary program of national stature. The program draws from all Departments in the School which include: Broadcast, Telecommunications and Mass Media; Film and Media Arts; Journalism, Public Relations and Advertising; Speech Communications; and Theater.

The candidate will be expected to integrate research, teaching, creative, and fund-raising initiatives in New Media, including the development of IRIS LAB (Interdisciplinary Research of Interactive Societies), a cross-disciplinary research initiative for advanced new media study and production. For more information, please see the New Media web site at www.temple.edu/nmic.

Extensive industry, research, and/or professional/creative experience required. A record of fund raising is highly desirable. Candidates with national reputation in new media preferred. Salary competitive with industry.

Applicants must submit: (1) cover letter indicating interest and relevant experience; (2) c.v./resume; (3) statement of new media philosophy; (4) statement of experience working with people of diverse backgrounds; (5) samples of work and (6) the names, titles, telephone numbers and email addresses of at least three references to:

Jeff Rush
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
School of Communications and Theater
Temple University
Philadelphia, Pa. 19122
Attn: New Media Director Search

Temple University is an affirmative action employer. Women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.