Adjunct Instructors – Communication Studies & Journalism – Augsburg University

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Location: Minneapolis, MN Category: Adjunct Posted On: Fri Nov 5 2021 Job Description:

General Statement of Duties: Responsibilities for this position include teaching undergraduate major courses and lower division, non-major courses.

Job Specifications: Such courses may include:
Public speaking.

Introduction to communication studies.

Business and professional communication.

Science and technical communication.

Environmental communication.

Interpersonal communication.

Small group communication.

Organizational communication.

Intercultural communication.

Nonverbal communication.

Journalism- print, digital, multimedia.



Other courses as needed.

Job Requirements:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Masters degree or equivalent in relevant field, and a demonstrated ability to create an engaging, dynamic, personalized classroom experience.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Appropriate terminal degree is preferred (PhD, MFA, etc); Master’s Degree or equivalent is required, although for certain courses candidates with significant professional experience and a master’s or equivalent may be preferred.

Such candidates should have a record of professional activity and teaching experience in two or more of the following areas: marketing communications, public relations, advertising, social media, media relations, crisis communication, organizational communication, new media theory, social media, journalism, digital journalism, and/or another relevant area of interest. Professional activity may be corporate, artistic and/or scholarly.

Additional Information:
Among the distinctive features of the university are its deep dedication to civic and community engagement, robust undergraduate research programs, and a strong belief in the integration of liberal arts and professional studies across all programs. The University’s commitments to our urban context and the world beyond it are enhanced through the work of four signature centers: the Christensen Center for Vocation, the Center for Global Education and Experience, the Sabo Center for Democracy and Citizenship, and the Strommen Center for Meaningful Work.

For more than a decade, Augsburg’s commitment to intentional diversity has been reflected in the student body as Black, Indigenous and other students of color comprise more than 70% of the student body. Augsburg’s commitment to an intentionally diverse community goes beyond race and ethnicity and includes programs for first-generation students; non-traditional-age students; students from a broad array of faith backgrounds, cultures and nationalities; students of various gender and sexual orientation identities; students in recovery; and students with disabilities.

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