Academic Professional—Associate Director of Graduate Studies in Digital Media School of Literature, Media, and Communication
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Georgia Institute of Technology
The School of Literature, Communication, and Culture at Georgia Tech seeks an Academic Professional to serve as Associate Director of Graduate Studies (ADGS) in Digital Media (DM). This individual will provide administrative support to the program and Graduate Director, oversee the operation of the program offices, provide student guidance, and assist program faculty in the management of student and academic affairs. Qualified candidates should have a familiarity with (and ideally a professional and/or scholarly background in) current trends in computing and the humanities and hold at least a master’s degree in an applicable field. This position is for 12 months (annually renewable).
Specific duties include but are not limited to:
· Conducting program recruitment and marketing
- Researching, facilitating and managing grants
- Providing student advisement and support
- Managing program assessment
- Facilitating and processing graduate admissions
- Managing program graduate research assistants
- Planning and organizing program events
- Contributing to program curriculum and strategic development
- Planning and scheduling classes
- Managing the program’s facilities
- Coordinating program activities with School and College administrators, faculty, and staff
The ADGS may also have the opportunity to teach appropriate classes in the undergraduate program in Computational Media.
About LMC: A decidedly co-disciplinary unit, the School of Literature, Media, and Communication provides diverse humanistic perspectives on a technological world in its research, scholarship, and teaching. The unit offers a collegial and congenial work environment consisting of 32 tenure-line faculty, 40 post-doctoral fellows, and 10 support staff. For more information, please consult our web portal here.
About the Graduate Program in Digital Media: LMC’s Digital Media graduate programs provide both the theoretical and the practical foundation for careers in digital media, design, research, and development. The advent of a new medium of human communication and representation is a significant event in human social and cultural history, and introduces the possibility of new genres of artistic expression as well as new forms of information and knowledge transmission. The study of these new forms, from the point of view of the creators and the analysts, is an emerging field, one that requires a convergence of the methodologies of several traditional disciplines, and one that is also defining its own methodologies of research and practice. Within the larger field of Digital Media, LMC’s program focuses specifically on Civic Media, Knowledge and Creativity, and Arts and Entertainment. For more information, click here.
How to apply: Applicants should send a concise cover letter (surveying the applicant’s expertise for the position), and a CV (including a list of references), emailed as a single PDF, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin immediately, and we are aiming at an early April starting date for the position. Review of applications will begin immediately. The deadline for applications is March 12. The Georgia Institute of Technology is an EEO employer.