The Annenberg School of Journalism at the University of Southern California seeks a highly qualified adjunct instructor to teachÂ PR 463 Strategic Public Relations, Analysis and Insights.
This course is designed to provide a theoretical and applied understanding of the roles research can play in public relations and marketing. The course will cover research methodologies, techniques, design, and analysis with a focus on application. Course discussion and exercises will link the applied use of research to strategic direction, messaging and evaluation.
Requirements for consideration include a B.A., B.S., M.S., or an M.A. degree in a related field.Â Previous teaching experience is desirable.Â For some courses, outstanding professional experience may be substituted for academic credentials.
Applicants should send a letter describing their background, interests and areas of expertise, and an up-to-date resume or curriculum vitae through USCâs job site.
The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism is among the nationâs leading institutions devoted to the study of communication, journalism and public relations.Â With an enrollment of 2,400 undergraduate and graduate students, USC Annenberg scholars, both students and faculty, are defining these fields for the 21st century and beyond.
USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering has been one of the economic engines in Southern California and a vital hub in the California economy. The technical innovations and ideas generated by the Viterbi faculty and research community have resulted in countless innovations, many becoming the foundations for new companies, products and services. The thousands of students graduating each year bring new ideas and vitality to companies in California and beyond. With an annual research budget exceeding $205M each year, more than 46 research centers and institutes, more than 180 faculty members, 7,800 students and over 60,000 impassioned alumni world-wide, the Viterbi School is addressing some of the world’s great challenges.