Position: The School of Art, Design and Art History at James Madison University seeks dynamic and innovative individuals to fill two (2) Lecturer in Graphic Design positions to teach a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum in an undergraduate graphic design program that includes print, web, interactive, illustration, exhibition, packaging, and emerging media. We seek candidates who wish to participate in a collaborative community that fosters independent thought and creativity, embraces the diversity of cultural expression, and cultivates excellence in the making and understanding of graphic design. Positions begin in August 2022.
Responsibilities: The successful candidates will demonstrate a critical understanding of communication problem solving, innovative conceptual and strategic thinking, typographic application and structure, design theory, media technology, aesthetic execution, design process, and historical/contemporary trends. The individuals must have expertise in two or more of the following: UI/UX design, web design, typography, branding, package design, design history, illustration, information design, business of graphic design, social impact design, publication design, or motion graphics. We are especially interested in candidates who have a demonstrated commitment towards building an equitable and diverse scholarly environment.
*For full position description and application instructions, please visit joblink.jmu.edu and search for Faculty Posting #F1712.
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