AUDIO TEACHERS (job, June 30) by Bear Guerra

Via Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism:

Job Title: Distinguished Lecturer - Audio - Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism

Job ID: 20538

Location: School of Journalism

Regular/Temporary: Regular


Performs teaching duties in area(s) of expertise. Distinguished Lecturers are experienced practitioners or teachers who hold full-time, non-tenure track position with a maximum appointment period of seven years, subject to annual reappointment.

The Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, founded in 2006, has become nationally recognized for its innovative programs. The only public graduate journalism school in the northeastern U.S., it prepares students from diverse economic, racial, and cultural backgrounds to produce high-quality journalism. As the profession rapidly reinvents itself for the digital age, the Newmark J-School is at the forefront of equipping the next generation of journalists with the tools to find stories and tell them effectively - using print, broadcast, visual, interactive, and social media. The school offers two master's degree programs: a Master of Arts in Journalism and the nation's first M.A. in Social Journalism.

The Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY seeks candidates for a Distinguished Lecturer position. Reporting to the Associate Dean, the incumbent will serve as the head of Audio Journalism, beginning in Fall 2019. This is a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position.”

DEADLINE: June 30.



Via Voice of Witness:

“The Sharing History Initiative introduces oral history and social justice storytelling to under-resourced classrooms and communities around the United States by providing educators, storytellers, and advocates with free books & free culturally relevant curricula.

This national book placement program has placed 4,200 copies of our books in more than 150 schools and organizations around the U.S. since 2015, and offers a dynamic approach for teaching and learning our most pressing human rights issues.

In a political climate that threatens the safety and rights of immigrant communities in the U.S., many educators are searching for resources that address these issues in ways that are culturally relevant and meaningful to the students they serve. To address this need, the 2019-2020 Sharing History Initiative will offer teaching resources and free class sets of Solito, Solita: Crossing Borders with Youth Refugees from Central America. Each set will also include one copy of our methodology book, Say It Forward: A Guide to Social Justice Storytelling.”

DEADLINE: June 30.