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- Teach required and elective courses according to departmental needs;
- Serve on and direct graduate committees;
- Produce quantitative research leading to referred publications;
- Other duties as assigned by the Department Chair.
- Ph.D. in Communication or clearly related discipline (ABD will be considered);
- Research program demonstrating theory-based quantitative approach to the study of human communication;
- Research program in the area of relational communication, interpersonal communication, or intercultural communication;
- Demonstrated ability to produce publishable quantitative research;
- University teaching experience in relational communication, interpersonal communication, or intercultural communication.
- Demonstrated high scholarly potential;
- Demonstrated high quality teaching potential;
- Record of participation in service activities;
- Advanced training in quantitative research methodology;
- Ability to direct graduate teaching assistants and teach a multi-section, mass lecture course;
- Strong communication and organizational skills.
- Dr. Jessica Gasiorek, Search Committee Chair; firstname.lastname@example.org
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