Adjunct Faculty-Introduction to Speech Communication
- London Correctional Institute
Franklin University, located in Columbus, Ohio, is seeking part-time adjunct faculty to teach an undergraduate Introduction to Speech Communication course as part of our prison education program located in College Hall at the London Correctional Institute (LoCI) in London, Ohio. This 12-week course will be taught in a face-to-face format beginning with our Fall 2021 term. Classes are typically held one night per week but there is flexibility in when the course can be offered. The successful applicant will receive training on how to interact with inmates.
This public-speaking course emphasizes the fundamentals of extemporaneous speaking. Skill-building activities and assignments focus on research, organization, reasoning, style and delivery of presentations as well as listening and audience engagement.
Requirements for this position include a Master’s degree in Communication, PR, Marketing, Journalism, Media Studies, English, Theater or closely related field with at least 18 graduate credit hours in Speech, Communication or Rhetoric and previous presentation experience. Excellent teaching evaluations and previous teaching experience are also required.
Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.
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