Middle Tennessee State University

Middle Tennessee State University’s accredited School of Journalism is seeking two full-time, temporary Lecturers for the coming academic year. We anticipate upcoming tenure-track searches. Candidates (http://mtsujobs.mtsu.edu/postings/5255) will be able to teach digital media skills and software or reporting or advanced reporting or writing for public relations or writing for strategic communication or public relations case studies and other courses in journalism or public relations, according to applicant’s background. Knowledge and experience in media across multiple platforms is needed.

Required Education: Master’s degree in Journalism, Public Relations, Mass Communication or other related field required.  The candidate should possess professional work experience in the digital media world.  The semester begins August 22, 2017.

For information about either position, contact Dr. Greg Pitts, Director, School of Journalism, 615-494-8925 or greg.pitts@mtsu.edu.

Our faculty are committed to an educational model balancing the development of professional skills with an understanding of history, ethics and social impact of media. Members of our faculty include editors and former editors of national journals, prominent former journalists, and researchers with distinguished records and active research agendas. MTSU, located in Murfreesboro, TN, about 35 miles from Nashville, offers a low cost of living and high quality of life.