If you can’t find information you need, please send an e-mail message to the M&C director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is M&C?
M&C is the doctoral program of the School of Media and Communication at Temple University. Its faculty prepare advanced graduate students to contribute to theory and research in the field of communication, with an emphasis on mediated communication.
What do M&C faculty do?
M&C faculty administer the program and advise, teach and work with the doctoral students while pursuing their own research and scholarship. M&C faculty with less than two years of full-time teaching experience are protected from taking on major administrative, advising, and teaching responsibilities in the program. Untenured M&C faculty are expected to fulfill fewer service obligations.
Why is there an application to be on the M&C faculty?
To provide its students with the necessary training and opportunities for collaborative research and to build a positive reputation within Temple and beyond, the M&C faculty members need to be active scholars, so every year all eligible faculty in the School (including all those who are currently M&C faculty) are asked to apply to be members for the following year.
What are the criteria for membership?
All full-time faculty members in SMC with tenure-track appointments who have a Ph.D. are eligible to apply. M&C faculty members have to have authored or co-authored either 1) two scholarly, blind peer-reviewed publications on M&C-relevant subjects, 2) three scholarly, (blind or non blind) peer-reviewed publications on M&C-relevant subjects, or 3) one scholarly blind peer-reviewed book (not an edited volume) on M&C relevant subjects within the previous 5 years.
Where can I find out more?
For more information about M&C, please explore this web site and/or subscribe to the M&C listserv.
Where can I apply for faculty membership?
If you have questions or problems, please send e-mail to the current M&C director at email@example.com.