Univ. of Washington Wants a Media Ethics Professor

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The University of Washington’s Department of Communications is looking for a “full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor who focuses on journalism and communication ethics in a digital age,” according to a recent job alert. The job posting reads:

“The ideal candidate would have a sophisticated understanding of ethical issues that arise in both legacy and digital journalistic practice, as well as the capacity to examine journalism ethics within the framework of a broad-based communication program.”

Applicants should “have earned or be close to completion of a Ph.D. in communication, mass communication or a closely related discipline.”  The professor job starts Sept. 16, 2013 and will include research, teaching an supervision.

You can apply for the job here.

Read more about the position, including contact information, on the university’s website.


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