Assistant/Associate Professor of Mass Communications (FT211)

first_imgCLAFLIN UNIVERSITY, founded in1869, is becoming recognized as one of the leading institutions ofhigher education in the southeast. With rigorous student-focusedacademic programs and a faculty comprised of world-class scholars,these attributes have contributed to the U.S. News and World Reportranking Claflin ninth in its 2021 list of the nation’s tophistorically black colleges/universities (HBCUs). Claflin is theonly HBCU in South Carolina in this “Top Ten” ranking. Claflin hasearned a place among the Top 10 HBCUs in the publication’sprestigious ranking for 10 consecutive years. U.S. News and WorldReport also ranked Claflin University ninth overall among theschools in the Best Regional Colleges in the South rankings.REPSONSIBILITIES: TheDepartment of Mass Communications invites applications for aninstructor/assistant professor for the Fall 2021 semester. Theselected individual will teach web design, television and radioproduction courses. The selected individual should have basicknowledge of Media, Digital Media/Convergence, and productioncourses and be able to support the overall mass communicationscurriculum.  The candidate will supervise and supportdepartment production projects, facilities and students. He/shewill participate in advising, research and service activities asrequired and perform any other duties within the scope of theposition.QUALIFICATIONS:  MA/MS inMass Communications with a minimum of 18 documented hours in MassCommunications at the graduate level required.  PHD/ADBpreferred; Expertise in the area of Adobe Creative Suites Software,Web Design, Social Media, Video and Audio Editing Software, such asAvid Editing, ProTools and Final Cut Pro, required. Basic knowledgeof Multi-Media & Convergence Equipmentexpected. SALARY:  Salary and rank commensurate withqualifications and experience. APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applicants shouldcomplete a Claflin University Faculty Application located on ourwebsite Please visit: (https://careers-claflin.icims.com/jobs)Official transcripts will be required upon appointment. Please senda letter of application, a current curriculum vita, copies oftranscripts of all graduate work, three current letters ofrecommendation and the addresses, telephone numbers and emails ofat least five references. Send all the above materials via emailto: Dr. Isaiah McGee, DeanSchool of Humanities and Social SciencesClaflin University400 Magnolia St.Orangeburg, SC 29115Email: [email protected]last_img read more

Reviewing The Wolves’ Season and Rosas’ First Year [PODCAST]

first_img About Connatix V56490 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip WJON’s Alex Svejkovsky joined “Hang Up and Listen” Wednesday to discuss Rosas’ first year on the job, coach Ryan Saunders’ performance in his second (abbreviated season), which of the upcoming free agents might be re-signed and more.”Hang Up and Listen” airs Monday through Friday from 1-2 p.m. on WJON.Minnesota Lynx First Round PicksGetty ImagesNapheesa Collier – 2019Collier was named the WNBA rookie of the year. She averaged 13.1 points and 6.6 rebounds a game her rookie season.Getty ImagesAlexis Jones – 2017Jones played just 2 seasons in Minnesota never averaging more than 3.3 points per game.Getty ImagesTricia Liston – 2014Liston, a Duke graduate, played just 2 seasons with the Lynx and never averaged more than 3.4 points per game.Getty ImagesDamiris Dantas – 2012Dantas has played 5 WNBA seasons including parts of 3 with Minnesota.Getty ImagesDevereaux Peters – 2012Peters played 6 seasons in the WNBA including her first 4 in Minnesota. She averaged 4.3 points in her career.Getty ImagesMaya Moore – 2011Moore was the first overall pick by the Lynx in 2011. She lead the team to 4 WNBA Titles and averaged 18 points per game. She is currently out of the WNBA.Getty ImagesKelsey Griffin -2010Griffin played 5 seasons in the WNBA all with the Connecticut Sun.Getty ImagesMonica Wright – 2010Wright averaged 7.3 points a game in her 6 year career including 5 seasons in Minnesota. Timberwolves President of Basketball Operations Gersson Rosas had a fantastic first year in the drivers’ seat, despite the Wolves’ woeful record this season.Rosas succeeded on a number of fronts. First, he implemented a more modern style of basketball than his predecessor Tom Thibodeau, with an emphasis on ball movement creating open three-point shots and high percentage two’s.The roster he inherited wasn’t designed for his offense, so he constantly tinkered with the squad until he found a combination of players that fit his mold. Whether it was the bigger moves like trading for Malik Beasley and D’Angelo Russell, or smaller moves like signing unheralded players such as Jake Layman, Jordan McLaughlin and Naz Reid, every move Rosas made added up. 360p About Connatix V56490center_img 720p HD 1080p HD 1/1 Auto (360p)last_img read more