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Company: Washington and Lee University
Ethics Professor
Job Status:  Temporary
Ad Expires: 
January 18, 2013
Job ID: 1456640



            Washington and Lee University’s Department of Journalism and Mass Communications is seeking a colleague to teach journalism ethics and media ethics for the 2013-14 academic year, beginning Aug. 15.  The ideal candidate will have at least a bachelor’s degree, considerable recent journalism experience and evidence of a sustained interest in and knowledge about professional ethics.  An advanced degree is desirable and past teaching experience is a plus.  In addition to teaching ethics, our one-year colleague will teach at least one other course each term in the department.   This is an interim position while the department seeks its next permanent Knight Chair in Journalism Ethics.  That search will begin in summer 2013.
            The successful candidate will join a collegial eight-person faculty in a facility designed for the technology requirements of 21stcentury journalism.  Located in the beautiful Valley of Virginia, Washington and Lee is the only highly competitive, private liberal arts college with an accredited journalism program; teaching journalism ethics has been a fundamental component of the department’s curriculum for nearly four decades.  Interested candidates should submit, by Feb. 1, 2013, a resume, cover letter and names of three references to Prof. Pam Luecke, head, Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, Reid Hall, Washington and Lee University, Lexington VA 24450, or to Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.  Detailed information about the University is available at www.wlu.eduand about the department at  





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