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From: Seungahn Nah <seungahn.nah@uky.edu>
Date: Fri, May 18, 2012 at 6:55 AM
Subject: [Air-L] Postdoctoral Scholar in Community-Based Campaign
To: air-l@listserv.aoir.org

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***Please forward this job opening to those who might be interested in.


*Postdoctoral Scholar*

*in Community-Based Campaign Communications*

*Department of Community and Leadership Development*

*University of Kentucky*


The University of Kentucky is pleased to announce a postdoctoral scholar
position in Community-Based Campaign Communications in the Department of
Community and Leadership Development. The position seeks a candidate to
work with Dr. Seungahn Nah and Dr. Kang Namkoong through the University of
Kentucky’s Community Communication Research Group (UK-CCRG). This is a
one-year, 12-month position with a possibility of a single year renewal
contingent upon satisfactory performance and availability of funding. The
position includes a competitive stipend plus benefits and is available July
1 with a negotiable starting date no later than August 24, 2012.

The successful candidate will be expected to develop a research program
with the research team focusing on the community-based campaign
communications (e.g., health, science, environmental, risk communication
and/or civic, political, and nonprofit communication).


  - An earned doctorate in communication, journalism, media studies,
  sociology, anthropology, public health, information studies, computer
  science or related discipline (the Ph.D. must be completed prior to
  - Demonstrated research productivity.**
  - Ability to compete for external funding.**
  - Interpersonal skills to interact effectively with a variety of
  audiences and stakeholders.**

* *

The Department of Community and Leadership Development includes faculty
with expertise in communication, community development, rural sociology,
agricultural education, and leadership. The department offers undergraduate
degrees both in Community and Leadership Development and in Career and
Technical Education. At the graduate level, the department offers an MS
degree in Career, Technical, and Leadership Education with options in
either Community and Leadership Development or Career and Technical
Education. In cooperation with the Department of Sociology, many faculty
members also participate in the MA and PhD programs in Sociology.

Review of applicants will begin on May 21 and continue until a suitable
candidate is found. Interested candidates should send a letter of interest,
a curriculum vita, a representative writing sample, and contact information
of three references to: Dr. Seungahn Nah, Associate Professor of Community
Communication, Department of Community and Leadership Development, 500
Garrigus Bldg., University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40546-0215 (phone:
859-257-1509; e-mail: seungahn.nah@uky.edu). The University of Kentucky is
an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from minorities and females are

Seungahn Nah, PhD
Associate Professor of Community Communication
Director, The Kentucky Citizen Media Project (KCMP):
The Lexington Commons (kylexingtoncommons.org)
Director, Community Communication Research Group (CCRG)
Graduate Faculty in Communication and Information Studies

Dept. of Community & Leadership Development
College of Communication and Information Studies (Affiliated)
University of Kentucky
514 Garrigus Building
Lexington, KY 40546-0215
Tel: (859) 257-1509
Fax: (859) 257-1164
Mobile: (859) 608 - 8035
Email: seungahn.nah@uky.edu
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