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|Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS||Instructor||The department (www.comm.msstate.edu) is one of the largest on campus. Approximately 575 majors are in concentrations of Broadcasting, Communication Studies, Journalism, Public Relations, and Theatre. Students may choose concentrations in more than one area, and minors are offered in each concentration. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the activities below. The successful candidate will advise the independent student newspaper, The Reflector (founded in 1884), and teach two courses per semester. Courses include, but are not limited to, Introduction to News Writing, Editing and Typography, Photography, Advanced News Reporting, Feature Writing and Journalism Ethics.||October 7, 2018|
|Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS||Assistant Professor||The department (www.comm.msstate.edu) is one of the largest on campus. Approximately 575 majors are in concentrations of Broadcasting, Communication Studies, Journalism, Public Relations, and Theatre. Students may choose concentrations in more than one area, and minors are offered in each concentration. The successful candidate will have a 3/3 course load to go along with research and service responsibilities. Courses include, but are not limited to, Advanced News Reporting, Photography, Feature Writing, Journalism Ethics, Introduction to Mass Media, Mass Media Law, and Mass Media in Society.||October 7, 2018|
|Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Phoenix, AZ||Enrichment Program Manager||Our mission is to prepare the next generation of journalists and communications professionals while also taking responsibility for the fundamental news and information needs of the community through an innovative journalistic “teaching hospital”. We are ready to grow our camp and enrichment programs year-round, and we are looking for a passionate, energetic leader with an entrepreneurial spirit to drive this expansion. If you love working with kids, developing new programs and managing dynamic teams, we would like to hear from you.||September 4, 2018|
|Asian American Journalists Association Nation Office, San Francisco, CA||AAJA Executive Director||The ED is responsible for AAJA’s growth strategy and day-to-day operations. This includes growing AAJA’s revenue, developing new programming and managing a team of staffers and consultants. This position requires at least five years of executive management experience, financial acumen, grant development experience and a passion for working to advance journalism and diversity, equity and inclusion. The ED reports to AAJA’s governing board.||July 17, 2018|