The School of Communication at Northwestern University is inviting doctoral students who study human behavior in digital environments, and are at the beginning stages of their dissertation work, to apply to a workshop focusing on methodological issues in this research.
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication is pleased to announce that graduate student Soyoon Kim was awarded the University of Minnesota's 2013-14 Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Award for her dissertation, "Challenging Bipolarity in Persuasive Health Communication: Tests of the Activation Patterns and Consequences of the Avoidance-Approach Motivations Explaining Media Health Message Effects."
The Missouri School of Journalism is seeking colleagues who will teach at the graduate and undergraduate levels in strategic communication in the areas of marketing research, data analysis, and consumer insights. Applications for two positions at the full-time tenure-track assistant professor level will be accepted beginning in August 2013.
Congratulations are in order for Prof. Marco Yzer. SJMC graduate students nominated him for the 2013 COGS Outstanding Faculty Award and he has been selected as the recipient.
The journalism program at the University of Minnesota Duluth seeks to add up to 3 instructors and/or assistant professors to teach courses in online editing, reporting, multimedia journalism and photojournalism on a full-time or part-time basis, beginning 8/26/2013. The applicants will be added to the Department of Writing Studies' hiring pool and may teach on a full-time or part-time level.
The Youth Activism Project
Minnesota State University Mankato is hiring an Assistant Professor of Mass Media, beginning August 19, 2013. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by April 26, 2013.
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The Communication Studies Department at Northeastern University is hiring a Lecturer in Media Production. For more information, see the following pdf.
The CLA Graduate Research Partnership Program (GRPP) is a graduate student fellowship program that supports research partnerships between faculty and students enrolled in graduate programs housed within CLA.
The Department of Communication Studies at Northeastern University in Boston is hiring a Post Doctoral Teaching Associate.