Adjunct Instructor: Communication and Media
Posting Date July 25, 2016
Position Title Adjunct Instructor: Communication and Media
Vacancy # N/A
Department Communication and Media
Division Academic Affairs
The School of Communication & Media at Montclair State University invites applications for undergraduate teaching for the following two courses:
1. Introduction to Communication and Media: Monday and Thursday, 8:30-9:45am
This course examines the crucial role media play in contemporary society and surveys the technological, social, cultural, economic, and political impact of communication codes, media, and their convergence. Topics include the histories of varied media (print, electronic, digital), media narratives and genres, the interplay between media products/industries and identity, and the evolving significance of emerging technologies.
2. CMST 205, Race, Ethnicity and Media: Monday and Thursday, 10:00-11:15am
The course provides an in-depth examination of mass media theories and social effects on a national and global level, with particular attention to the representation of race and ethnicity. Through case studies, research, screenings, and class discussions students develop analytic tools they can use in their role as proactive consumers and potential creators of media products that serve a diverse range of communities.
Qualifications & Requirements
Instructors must have a minimum of a Master's degree in Communication or Media and relevant teaching experience. Instructors are required to participate in annual assessment efforts of the program.
$3,900.00 per 3 credit course per semester
Anticipated Start Date 9/7/2016
Send cover letter and resume to
(include vacancy # if above)
Send letter of application addressing qualifications, teaching experience, and a current CV or resume to:
Dr. Christine Lemesianou
School of Communication & Media
Apply By Open until position is filled.
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