Full-time, tenure-track position in Communications Design in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Design
The Communications Design program at Syracuse University, in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, invites applications and nominations for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor. This academic-year, benefits-eligible position begins August 2019.
Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The Communications Design Program seeks to integrate a broad based academic and studio arts curriculum with the highest standards of professional practices through project based learning. Students are prepared for careers in the field of communications design, either as specialists or generalists and advised about their ethical responsibilities as shapers of public opinion and behavior, and as citizens of the world. We encourage entrepreneurial thinking and creative problem solving in search of the big idea. Our program has a strong national reputation and is proud of the success of its graduates around the world and the leadership roles they play in a multitude of creative endeavors.
The School of Design is an inquisitive and intelligent community of faculty and students who address issues in context. As a professionally oriented academic unit in a large research university, the School is fully committed to forging bold, imaginative, reciprocal relationships with constituents who are local as well as global. With a long and distinguished history at Syracuse University, the School of Design currently offers several highly-ranked undergraduate programs, including: Industrial and Interaction Design; Environmental and Interior Design; Fashion Design; and Communications Design. The School also houses a graduate program in Museum Studies and an MFA in Design. Enrolling approximately 500 undergraduate and 50 graduate students, the School of Design occupies the Nancy Cantor Warehouse in downtown Syracuse.
Internal Number: 77251
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