Communication Teaching Positions: Part-time

Laurier University has a number of positions open in the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Liberal Arts, with a deadline of June 7 and June 8 (see descriptions).  Those of you who live nearby may find these opportunities a way to fill gaps at Ryerson. See below for the links for the Waterloo campus:

History of Communication Thought

Communication Research Methods

And the following:

The Digital Media and Journalism Program at Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford Campus invites applications for instructors to teach the following courses in the Fall 2018 and Winter 2019 terms:

Course Instructor: DMJN/HR252 BR2/L2 – Designing Digital and Social Media

Course Instructor: DMJN/HR312 BR/OO – Advocacy Journalism: Principles and Practice

Course Instructor: DMJN/MX211 BR – Introduction to Media Studies

Course Instructor: DMJN202 BR1/1A – Cross-Media Story Telling
Course Instructor: DMJN202 BR2 / 1B – Cross-Media Story Telling
Course Instructor: DMJN307 BR – Media, Culture and Democracy
Course Instructor: DMJN308 BR – Advanced Data Journalism and Investigative Research

Course Instructor: DMJN317 BR – Editing and Verification
Course Instructor: DMJN319 BR – Integrated Media Lab

The positions are posted on Laurier’s Faculty and Librarian Job Postings page at:

The courses are posted under the Faculty of Liberal Arts. Please see the links there or above for detailed information about the courses.

The deadline for applications is June 8, 2018.

Kenneth C. Werbin, PhD | Associate Dean: Faculty of Liberal Arts | Program Coordinator – Associate Professor: Digital Media and Journalism | Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford Campus | 73 George Street, Brantford, ON N3T 2Y3 | 519.756.8228 x5732 |

Job: Tenure-Track Communication Studies Position

Applications for this position in “data and networked publics” at Concordia University in the Communication Studies department are due March 24. A notice was sent out by the chair recently to remind people to apply and to hint that the deadline might be flexible in certain circumstances.  Her message could be a sign that not a lot of qualified people have applied, so if the job is up your alley, this may be the time to give it a shot.