Part-Time Faculty - Communications Law for Communicators
New York, NY
$1380 per credit hour minimum
Fall Semester 2022.
Office hours required.
New York, NY
Unionized Position Code
The S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in Syracuse
University is seeking an individual to teach COM 509 Communications
Law for Public Communicators on Mondays 6:00-9:00PM Fall 2022
Semester, NYC campus (3 credits).
Course Description: The course covers the First Amendment; systems
of media regulation; corporate speech and election-related speech;
commercial speech (advertising regulation); defamation; privacy;
access to places, documents and meetings; reporter/source
confidentiality; and intellectual property.
Instructor should have a law degree and relevant knowledge of the
Job Specific Qualifications
Ability to personally instruct the class in the assigned classroom
on the days it is designated to meet.
Ability to hold office hours on campus.
Ability to grade all assignments and examinations.
Ability to operate standard classroom instructional technology,
which may include computer, projector, document camera, etc.
Teaching assignments may include the following:
- Developing a syllabus.
- Ordering in advance books and materials for students in the
class to purchase on or before the first day of classes.
- Preparing for classes.
- Holding office hours each week to meet with students in the
class and others.
- Grading in a timely manner student assignments and examinations
for the course; and turning in mid-semester progress reports and
final grades according to University regulations.
Please attach a resume.
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