The School of Communication and Information seeks qualified applicants for the following positions:
Part-Time Teaching Opportunities
Teaching Bachelors and Masters Students
SC&I offers a number of undergraduate and masters programs that make use of part-time faculty. If you are interested in applying to become a part-time faculty member, contact the department chair or program director of the program in your area of expertise by emailing them with your resume/CV and a cover letter that outlines your teaching experience, your subject matter expertise, and lists the courses we offer that you feel qualified to teach. To see a list of courses in each program, go to the program page by using the blue navigation bar above; the "Undergraduate" and "Graduate" options will allow you to select a program and see its course listing.
Areas in which we currently have need include:
- gaming and other technology - contact Sharon Stoerger
- public speaking and strategic communication - contact Brian Householder
- digital communication, information, or media - contact Mary Chayko
- journalism - contact Steve Miller
Full-time Teaching and/or Research Positions
SC&I will be posting full-time positions in Communication and in Journalism and Media Studies early in the fall.
All full-time and permanent part-time staff positions at SC&I are listed through the University Human Resources portal.
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