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Chowan University Recruiting New Faculty

Monday, January 25, 2016

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Murfreesboro, NC. - Chowan University invites applications for tenure-track position for an Assistant/Associate Professor of Graphic Communications to begin August 2016. The ideal candidate will be able to teach and advise at all levels of an undergraduate curriculum; introduction to graphic communications, basic and advanced color theory, video editing, and web design.  A Master's degree is required in Graphic Communications or in a closely associated field; a Doctorate is preferred. The committee will give preference to applicants with professional and teaching experience. General awareness of current issues/trends in printing technology, packaging, and the demands of the professional field and the tools, technologies and resources inherent to the discipline, as well as being able to contribute through service to the Communication Arts program.

Include a cover letter expressing specific areas of teaching expertise (including salary requirements), transcripts, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three references is required. Applications may be emailed to the Vice President for Human Resources, John Hinton, at hintoj@chowan.edu, or mailed to: Graphic Communication Search Committee, Attn: Department of Human Resources, Chowan University, One University Place, Murfreesboro, NC 27855.  Application review begins immediately and continues until filled.  Candidates are urged to visit the University website, www.chowan.edu for further information.  Inquiries are kept in strict confidence.  As an Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of diversity among its faculty and staff, Chowan University encourages women and minorities to apply.

With an eye to the future, Chowan's Department of Communication Arts is creating a setting where creativity and innovation will merge to produce a student that is aesthetically, theoretically, and technologically trained in graphic design, interactive design, print technology, packaging design, and/or studio art. By combining its technological resources and faculty expertise, the university will renew its efforts to develop students’ critical thinking, creative and artistic abilities, self-expression, and production and professional skills as they study video, digital design, print design, drawing, digital imaging, packaging, web design, photography, painting, ceramics, mixed media, etc., at the intersection of art and technology. Whether using “centuries-old methods or by pushing the boundaries of digital creativity,” the department develops unique and confident graduates with the skills and attitudes that contemporary print technology, art, and design demands.

 

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