Columbia University

Named Professor of Journalism (Tenure Track, Open Rank)

Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism ( is currently seeking a named professor of journalism (tenure track, open rank). As the Craig Newmark Professor of Journalism, the incumbent’s teaching, reporting and research will focus on journalism ethics education and security for the digital age and beyond. The holder of the professorship will also serve as the first director of the Craig Newmark Center for Journalism Ethics and Security and work to advance and amplify the Center’s activities.

The Center will work to modernize and advance journalistic ethics, within the School and in support of the profession, and assert the essential value of ethical, secure and professional journalism in the 21st century. The Newmark professor and the Newmark Center will initiate and lead discussions on ethical issues that arise from a shifting news and information landscape and as they apply to journalistic standards and practices. They will analyze social, economic, cultural and political tendencies that shape journalists’ ethical prospects and choices. They will investigate propaganda and disinformation campaigns; new technologies that affect journalistic practice; and security threats to journalists arising from changes in information production, distribution and consumption. Collaboration with internal and external partners from academia, media and other institutions in journalism will be essential to advancing the Center’s work.

Building on the School’s tradition, the endowed Center will help strengthen the ethics curriculum in all degree programs. As such, the Newmark Professor should have strong grounding in journalistic practice, while also being knowledgeable about how new computational methods and tools, as well as social and cultural forces surrounding journalism, are upending the media landscape. She/he should also be conversant in, and thoughtful about, the tradition of professional journalism ethics. The Newmark Professor will act as convener and thought leader, as well as be the public face of the School, when it comes to these issues.

For a more detailed description, and/or to apply for this position, please visit the following link:

Columbia University is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a community diverse in every way: race, ethnicity, geography, religion, academic and extracurricular interest, family circumstance, sexual orientation, socio-economic background and more.

St. Bonaventure University

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Communication

The Jandoli School of Communication at St. Bonaventure University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor who could teach in the areas of strategic thinking, marketing communications and/or leadership to begin in August 2019 or after.

The ideal candidate will teach in both the undergraduate strategic communication program and our online graduate programs in integrated marketing communications and strategic leadership. S/he will also have the opportunity to teach during the summer for additional compensation. S/he will advise students, contribute to curriculum and program development, participate in school-wide assessment and accreditation efforts, and provide service and outreach for the Jandoli School, University and community.


  • A terminal degree in communication, leadership, marketing or a related field. We will also consider candidates making substantial progress to a terminal degree.
  • Significant professional experience in communication that will inform teaching.
  • An active research agenda that shows promise of scholarly activity and publication.
  • Teaching experience, particularly online classes.

Additionally, candidates who have experience in sports media, visual communication and/or mentoring doctoral students are of interest. We also prefer candidates who have experience with Adobe Suite and analytics software.

If interested, please email a cover letter, curriculum vitae, contact information for three references, and statements of teaching philosophy and scholarly agenda to Dr. Kimberly DeSimone at

Applicants must be able to pass a criminal background check. Unless otherwise provided by law, a criminal record will not automatically disqualify an individual from employment.  EOE.

University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

Applications are invited for a position teaching University at Buffalo (UB) undergraduate courses in Communication  in the UB undergraduate program at the Singapore Institute of Management in Singapore.

Singapore is a multicultural, English-speaking city-state in Southeast Asia, and the University at Buffalo has offered undergraduate degree programs in partnership with the Singapore Institute of Management since 2004.  Additional information on the program in Communication, which was launched in 2005, is available at

Positions are available beginning with the fall 2019 semester, and the individual hired may be employed on a single-semester or a multi-semester basis.  Position salary will depend on qualifications as well as number and type of courses supported.  Accommodations in Singapore and round trip airfare are provided.

Available Communication courses may include those in the following areas: Communication Theory, Mass Communication, Intercultural Communication, Organizational Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Communication Technology, Advertising and Public Relations.

A Master’s degree in Communication, and one to three years’ experience teaching undergraduate students in a US college or university are required as is experience teaching in an intercultural context.  A Ph.D. degree in Communication or closely related field is preferred, as is additional teaching experience. Experience living and teaching in an overseas, especially an Asian environment, are a plus.

Employment in this position will be conditional upon receipt of applicable employment authorization from the Government of Singapore.

For additional information, and to apply, please visit UBJobs at

Application Deadline: March 24, 2019

This is a Research Foundation of SUNY position. The Research Foundation of SUNY is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/Recruiter.

Ithaca College

The Media Arts, Studies, and Sciences Department (MASS) in the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College (located in Ithaca, NY) invites applications for a tenure-eligible Assistant Professor position in television and video production— including digital producing and post-production— to begin August 16, 2019. We are seeking candidates that will bring to our program professional industry experience, preferably at the national level, and a deep desire to teach the next generation of media professionals. The MASS department is the largest department on campus and has over 1,000 majors enrolled across six different programs.

This position will primarily serve students enrolled in the Television Program, but students in the Sports Media; Documentary Studies & Production; Writing for Film, TV, and Emerging Media; and Emerging Media programs will also be in the classes. The candidate will be expected to teach foundation-level television production courses (single camera/field) through advanced, senior-level television production courses related to one’s own expertise. We welcome the opportunity for someone to join one of the strongest undergraduate television programs in the country. The ideal candidate will be equipped to create an environment that encourages student learning, will have a demonstrated record of professional accomplishment, and will bring additional visibility to the program. Faculty in the Park School are required to teach 21 credits per year, to serve as academic advisors for our students, and to serve on academic committees at the program, department, school, and college levels. Tenure-eligible faculty are expected to engage in peer-reviewed scholarly and/or creative work.

The successful candidate will also demonstrate an ability to teach in ways that value the varied learning needs and interests of a culturally diverse student population, and that reflect a commitment to encouraging the success of all students. We also seek candidates who have relevant experience and/or a record of professional engagement with groups and communities underrepresented in the academy. Candidates from underrepresented groups whose exclusion from the academy has been longstanding are strongly encouraged to apply. We are especially interested in candidates with experience and connections in television, cable, and digital programming that is designed for African-American and Spanish-speaking audiences and similar under-represented groups in terms of media ownership, executive production, and on-air representation.

Required Qualifications

  • M.F.A., M.A., or M.S. in Television/Film Production or related field, with significant professional experience.
  • A recognized or growing profile as an industry professional with the potential to become a top teacher of production in the areas of fiction, nonfiction, or hybrid.
  • Undergraduate teaching experience.
  • Experience teaching in one or more digital formats.
  • The candidate should be able to demonstrate the capacity to teach in innovative ways in order to meet the varied learning needs and interests of a culturally diverse student population.

Preferred Qualifications:
In-depth expertise and significant professional production experience for content distributed nationally via the broadcast networks (ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, CW, etc.), national cable networks (FX, TBS, HBO, Showtime, HGTV, etc.), streaming services (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc.), and/or or digital services (YouTube, Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, etc.).

This tenure-eligible position offers full benefits plus travel support for research and conferences, as well as yearly opportunities to apply for peer-reviewed research and

production grants housed within the Park School of Communications. Additional funding is often available at the college level.

Ithaca College is committed to building a diverse academic community and encourages members of underrepresented groups to apply. Experience that contributes to the diversity of the college is appreciated.

Interested applicants must apply online at and attach requested documents. Other materials of support may be requested at a later date. Questions about online application should be directed to the Office of Human Resources at (607) 274-8000. Screening of applications will begin immediately.