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Lecturer in Instructional Communication & Research
University of Kentucky


Date Posted Nov. 8, 2021
Title Lecturer in Instructional Communication & Research
University University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY, United States
Department 8M500:School of Information Science
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date August 2022
 
 
  • Lecturer/Instructor
  • Communications/Journalism (all)
 
 

The School of Information Science (SIS) in the College of Communication and Information at the University of Kentucky (UK) invites applications for a Faculty Lecturer with an anticipated start date of Aug. 16, 2022.

Qualifications/Responsibilities:
This position teaches courses in the CIS sequence (CIS 110/111/112 and 300). These courses make up the UK Core requirement for Composition & Communication, and cover oral, written, visual, and digital communication. Candidates must hold an earned master’s degree in Communication or a related field by the start date. Past teaching experience is required.

This academic-year faculty appointment is for one year but is renewable based on performance and needs of the unit. Candidates will be expected to teach four classes per term, with the potential to earn additional compensation for summer teaching as available.

Our Commitment to Diversity:
We are committed to recruitment, retention, and representation strategies and practices to increase the presence of underrepresented individuals. Our commitment applies to all candidates inclusive of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, age, marital status, disability, or status as a protected veteran.

About the School
The School of Information Science at UK offers two online master’s degrees, one in library science and a second in information communication technology, an undergraduate major in information communication technology (including an online degree completion component), and an online minor in information studies. Additionally, the SIS includes the Instructional Communication and Research group, which teaches UK core courses in multi-modal communication to incoming students. The library science program, and specifically the program in health information, are both recognized nationally.

About the College
The College of Communication and Information is composed of two schools (The School of Journalism and Media, School of Information Science), two departments (Department of Communication, Department of Integrated Strategic Communication) and an interdisciplinary graduate program. Nearly 1,700 undergraduate majors and more than 400 graduate students are led by more than 80 full-time faculty, who also teach in the university’s core curriculum and serve students perusing minors and certificates in the College. The College also houses UK’s independent student newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel, and the defending national championship Intercollegiate Debate Team.

About the University
Located in the vibrant city of Lexington, the University of Kentucky is a public, land-grant institution that plays a critical leadership role in promoting diversity, inclusion, economic development and human well-being. The campus is home to 30,545 students, 1,734 instructional faculty, 852 non-instructional faculty, and 13,940 full-time staff. The university is one of just eight in the country with a major academic health center and a full spectrum of academic colleges and professional schools on one contiguous campus. As such, UK is an incubator for multidisciplinary research. These collaborations allow researchers to address the rapidly changing needs of a global society.

About Lexington
The City of Lexington is a great place to live, work, and study. It recently appeared on USA Today’s list of the top cities to live in. With a population of roughly 320,000, Lexington offers both the warmth – and lower cost of living – of a small city, along with some of the amenities you would enjoy in a larger city, including the arts, cultural events, and a thriving dining scene.

The University of Kentucky offers a comprehensive benefits package. For more details, please visit www.uky.edu/HR/benefits

To apply, please visit the UK Jobs site https://ukjobs.uky.edu/postings/360903. Application materials should include a letter of application uploaded under "Cover Letter" in the required documents, a curriculum vita, evidence of teaching excellence and/or administrative/professional experience uploaded under "Specific Request 1" in the required documents, and contact information for three references when prompted in the application. Please note that references will not be contacted without prior consent.

Application review will begin November 22, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.

Questions regarding the position may be directed to Search Committee Chair Dr. Soohyung Joo via email at soohyung.joo@uky.edu


 
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