Adjunct Instructor in Public Speaking - College of Liberal Arts
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|Job Title||Adjunct Instructor in Public Speaking - College of Liberal Arts|
|Full-time or Part-time?||Part Time|
|Tenure Status||Non Tenure Track|
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The Department of Communications at the University of Southern Indiana invites applicants for part-time, adjunct instructors to teach Introduction to Public Speaking (CMST 101). CMST 101 is one of two basic communication courses that fulfills the communication requirement of Core 39, USI’s general education program. Qualified candidates must hold a Master’s degree in communication OR hold a Master’s degree in a different academic area AND have successfully completed at least eighteen (18) graduate credit hours in communication coursework. Applicants not holding these credentials will not be considered. Preference will be given to those applicants with college or university-level teaching experience. For inquiries on these positions, please contact Dr. Wes Durham at email@example.com or 812.464.1739.
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