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  1. The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science and Department of Arts, Culture and Media at Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N) invite applications for a tenure-track position in Design / Visualization at the Assistant or early Associate Professor level, based at RU-N, to begin September 2019. We seek a design professional working in the intersection between design/visual arts and visualization/data science. Committed to building a cluster of faculty around interdisciplinary Graphic Design, Computer Science, Data Science, and AI, we also are hiring in the areas of Philosophy and Machine Learning. We seek candidates who have a dynamic and interdisciplinary conception of their research, who can contribute to research and teaching in their areas, and as a core around which to build a new research center, graduate program, and undergraduate programs in interdisciplinary Graphic Design, Computer Science, Data Science, and AI. The successful candidate should have a strong mastery of visual form, typography, and critical language, and a commitment to advancing the design discipline through the innovative use of evolving technologies, traditional and new media used in the fields of visual communication, user experience, and motion design. Responsibilities: The successful applicant will be responsible for undergraduate and graduate teaching in the areas of Graphic Design, Computer Science, Data Science, and/or Artificial Intelligence. Candidates must undertake independent scholarly activity appropriate for advancement within Rutgers University. Candidates will also be responsible for usual advising and administrative duties. Requirements: M.F.A. or Ph.D. by time of appointment; relevant teaching experience; a record of scholarly work and a clear research agenda, demonstrating the ability to build a body of recognized work suitable for tenure at a research university. Please send application letter, curriculum vitae, a research statement, writing sample, evidence of teaching excellence, professional design portfolio, and the names of three references. Please find the complete Job Description and Instructions at this link: http://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/75009
  2. Self-publishing has really come into its own. In the past self-publishing has sometimes gotten a bad name because of lack of editorial oversight and not all P&T committees will count self-published writing for tenure. But lulu, blurb, and amazon and other print-on-demand services mean that anyone can get their ideas out to readers. In my experience, self-publishing is ideal for topics and writing that are unusual and/or not immediately relatable to traditional publishers. I've published a few books but always traditional channels where they've been accepted through the editorial process and/or peer-review. I'd love to learn more about self-publishing! Please share information about the nuts and bolts of how its done as well as why one might choose to self-publish design writing and creative work. I'm including images of two of my favorite self-published books and magazines and hopefully their authors, James Panafino and Garth Walker will tell us more about their creative and editorial process. BTW - Pannafino has sold as many or more of his book Interaction Design: A Visual Guide than any of my own books. And Walker's Ijusi never fails to keep me interested with wacky graphics and on-point content.
  3. Have you ever wondered where to publish design writing? We put together the a list of publishers, academic journals and some trade magazines for the Design Incubation Fellows and wanted to share it out. The journals on the list aren't ranked so some might be better than others for tenure and promotion. The good news is that if your work gets accepted, there are so many venues you could publish in a different journal every month for a couple years! Please help grow the list by posting suggestions for new additions. 2017_Journals_Publishers.pdf Art, Design and Communication in Higher Education Curriculum and Instruction Design Issues Design and Culture Design Philosophy Papers Design Principles and Practices Design and Technology Education Eye [crossover with trade] FORMakademisk Info Design Journal International Journal of Design Iridescent [online only] Journal of Communication Design Journal of Design Research International Journal of Design Education Journal of Design Research Journal of Education through the Arts Journal of Material Thinking The International Journal of Design in Society The International Journal of Visual Design The International Journal of Design Management and Professional Practice International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation Journal of Design History Leonardo: Art Science and Technology Plot - Parsons Design Studies student journal The Design Journal The Idea Journal TRACEY West 86th: A Journal of Decorative Arts, Design History and Material Culture Word and Image Visible Language Visual Studies Trade: Metropolis, How, Print, Communication Arts, Wallpaper, Interactions, 3x3, Justapoz, Computer Arts, Layers, CMYK, Digital Arts, FORM, Web Designer Art Journal Art Bulletin Bulletins of the Serving Library Interiors: Design/Architecture/Culture Dialectic/ AIGA
  4. I received my MS Degree in 1999 from Pratt Institute in Communications Design. At that time, it was the only terminal degree they offered for design. SVA did not have their program yet. I lived in the NYC, worked as a designer and pursued part of my degree while I worked. Finally, I went full-time, because it was taking to long to finish while working. I never intended to teach with this degree. I only did a Master's for myself and hone my craft. I have been teaching for twelve years now, and would like to pursue other teaching opportunities. I was hired at an R1 University with my current degree, but do not know if this will be the case at other places. Do I need to pursue my MFA? Has anyone else been in this situation? I would appreciate any advice or help other members could offer. Thank you.
  5. Peer-reviewed academic journals typically have a clear process for submissions, etc., However, I've noticed that this is not the norm for non-academic publications (i.e., Eye magazine or similar). Do any of you have experience with this? If so, how have you navigated article or essay submissions to those venues?
  6. The Art Department at Southern Connecticut State University invites professionals in the field of Graphic Design committed to college teaching and knowledgeable in screen-based media such as interactive design, web design, mobile application development, and/or motion graphics to apply for a full-time tenure-track position in Graphic Design at the Assistant Professor level. SCSU, a diverse, comprehensive university of about 10,000 students located in New Haven, CT, regards enabling student success to be its highest priority. The SCSU Art Department offers undergraduate majors in Art History, Art Education, and Studio Art, with concentrations in Ceramics, Graphic Design, Jewelry and Metals, Painting and Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, and Sculpture. It also offers a post-baccalaureate program leading to initial teacher certification. Please see our website at http://www.southernct.edu/art for more information. Brief Description of Duties/Responsibilities: Teach Graphic Design courses from introductory to advanced, with a focus on developing students' skills related to interactive design and other screen-based media. Help to advise and mentor students, develop curriculum, coordinate internships, supervise adjunct faculty, manage lab facilities, and participate in departmental recruiting and governance while sustaining professional and academic work appropriate to the discipline. Nominal teaching load is 12 credit-hours per semester (currently two courses). Research/creative activity in area of expertise, professional participation, and university service are expected of all faculty at Southern Connecticut State University. Required Qualifications: M.F.A. in Graphic Design or related field or equivalent terminal degree by time of appointment; successful discipline-specific teaching experience at the college level; strong professional skills; interest in pursuing research/creative activity; interest in working within a liberal arts environment and developing collaborative professional relationships across the University. Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience beyond teaching assistantships and strong skills and interests in the areas of interactive design cited above. Application Process: Please send the following required submission items electronically in a single pdf no larger than 10 MB to ARTsearch1@southernct.edu: a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of creative/research interests, statement of teaching philosophy and interests, 10 samples of professional work and a link to an online portfolio, 10 samples of student work, teaching evaluations and/or other evidence of teaching effectiveness, and the names and contact information of three professional references. Be sure to label your file as follows: [Lastname]_[Firstname].pdf. Include your personal contact information along with a work address on your CV. Only electronic applications in the prescribed format received by March 1, 2018 will be considered.
  7. James Pannafino writes: Patrick McNeil (UX Architect) and I wrote and published a intro book on UX methods. Feel free to pass it along to anyone you think might be interested: http://uxmethodsbook.com/ and http://amzn.to/2zUe6gN We put a lot of work into it to visualize and break down complex methods into short concise spreads. Thanks, James UX Methods “UX Methods is an exceptional resource and should be required reading for those who are new to the industry. It’s also an excellent source of inspiration for seasoned UX veterans, especially when tackling complex problems.” Jennifer Aldrich, UX &...
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