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- For placement in lecturer pool beginning Fall 2016 and for future semesters. Positions are part-time, temporary, non-tenure, and contingent upon course offerings, sufficient student enrollment, position clearance, and availability of funds.
- Teach undergraduate courses in Communicology such as interpersonal communication, verbal communication, nonverbal communication, message processing, persuasion, intergroup communication, intercultural communication, family communication, deceptive communication, evolution and communication, public speaking, interviewing, group-decision making, leadership, and conflict management
- Fulfill other related duties, including meeting course requirements as established by the department, preparing syllabus, grading, and maintaining weekly office hours
- May include instructional assignments involving distance education
- Master's in Communicology or related field, or equivalent appropriate academic or professional training
- Some experience conducting research on human communication employing a theory-based quantitative approach
- Some teaching experience
- Demonstrated teaching effectiveness
- Ph.D. in Communicology or related field, or equivalent appropriate academic or professional training
- Advanced experience conducting research on human communication employing a theory-based quantitative approach
- Prior college-level teaching experience
- Department of Communicology
- 2560 Campus Road, George Hall 326
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Amy Hubbard; 808-956-8202; firstname.lastname@example.org
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