Department of Communication, Cornell University

The Department of Communication at Cornell University invites applicants for two tenure track, open rank faculty positions appointment starting July 1, 2008. At least one of the positions will be filled at the rank of Assistant Professor. We encourage qualified applicants of any rank to apply for either position.

Communication and Information Technology:
They are seeking a colleague to conduct research and to teach in the area of Communication and Information Technology, with an emphasis in one or more of the following:


Tenure Track Junior Faculty Position in Communication and Technology
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Department of Language, Literature and Communication

The Department of Language, Literature and Communication seeks a strong scholar/researcher in communication and technology. We are especially interested in candidates whose focus complements faculty strengths in games studies, human-computer interaction, or new media studies from the perspective of current communication theory and research methods. Candidates are expected to develop a substantial program of research leading to peer-reviewed publication and external funding. Teaching opportunities will be at the undergraduate and graduate level with the typical teaching load set at two courses per semester. Our flexible program allows faculty to devise and teach courses related to individual scholarly interests. The candidate should show evidence of strong promise in teaching and scholarship.


Assistant Professor in Digital Media Studies

The Department of Communication and Culture at Indiana University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in digital media studies to begin Fall 2008. We seek an individual with expertise in critical approaches to digital media to join an innovative, interdisciplinary program that includes media studies, ethnography and performance studies, and rhetoric and public culture.


The School of Arts and Humanities at The University of Texas at Dallas invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Arts and Technology (ATEC), with a focus on 3-D Game Design and Online Worlds. They invite applications from scholars and artists working in such areas as serious gaming, modeling and training game development and online multi-participant games.


Ebug logoThe European Commission funded e-Bug project ( is seeking artists to work on a pack for schools and an accompanying series of online games.

The successful applicants will be provide graphics and layout design for the pack and website and will involved with every aspect of game visuals production, from high level concept design through to texturing and animating.