It strikes me that I never even considered posting this here. Come work here! We are hiring cool people, at least 2 or 3 of them this year. If you are cool, you should send us your CV. (Those who have worked with me know that I place a premium on cool ideas; the rest of the hiring committee would like to see a Ph.D. and some publications as well. :) The deadline is April 1, and we will have selected our top candidates by that date.
I’ve included the job listing below. Our shortlist is heavy on the health and less on the computer-mediated stuff (by about 2 to 1), so if you know of any bright, newly minted Ph.D.s or associate profs, especially if they work in network structures, visualization, blogs, social effects of ICTs, international effects of ICTs, or something related, please point them my way ASAP!
The Department of Communication in the School of Informatics at the State University of New York at Buffalo invites applications for one or more tenure track positions in communication/information technologies beginning Fall 2003. Emphasis in communication/information technology preferred with an additional emphasis in small group, organizational, mass communication, health/medical information systems or health communication. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Communication, Information Science, Computer Science or related disciplines and an active research agenda. Ability to seek research funding is desirable. Rank is open. A curriculum vitae, a cover letter describing research and teaching interests, and the names of three references should be sent by April 1, 2003 to Dr. Gerald Goldhaber, Search Committee Chair, Department of Communication, 359 Baldy Hall, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260-1060.
Composed of the Department of Communication and the Department of Library and Information Studies, The School of Informatics was formed in 1999, in recognition of the changing role of information technology in human communication. The School offers a B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. in Communication, a M.L.S. and a M.A. in Informatics. For complete information about the Department of Communication and the School of Informatics visit the website at: http://informatics.buffalo.edu/.
The University at Buffalo (SUNY) is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. The Department of Communication is interested in identifying prospective minority and women candidates and professionals with disabilities. Qualified individuals with a disability may request needed, reasonable accommodation to participate in the application process. No person, in whatever relationship with the University at Buffalo, will be subject to discrimination on the basis of age, creed, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, ethnicity, sex, sexual orientation, or marital or veteran status.