Professor of Journalism (Named Professor specializing in Local News; Open Track (Tenure-Track or Professional Practice): Open Rank (Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor)) in New York, for Columbia University

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Professor of Journalism (Named Professor specializing in Local News; Open Track (Tenure-Track or Professional Practice): Open Rank (Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor))
Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism (www.journalism.columbia.edu) is currently seeking candidates for an endowed and named professorship whose primary field of study, teaching and research is local journalism. The Philip S. Balboni Professor of Local Journalism (open track, open rank) will offer a vision for rebuilding the public square in communities large and small, while nurturing the development of journalists who dig deeply into local issues, who connect with residents and who use innovation to build news organizations that can thrive.The preference is for a candidate who will join the tenure track. That means someone who has the ability to produce a body of substantial work that will make a significant contribution to the field. The work could include outsta


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