SFSU Multi Media Position

Position Description

San Francisco State University’s Journalism Department offers an exciting opportunity for a tenure-track assistant professor with expertise in multimedia journalism across digital platforms starting in August 2019. We seek a colleague whose teaching and research interests include digital/online journalism, data journalism, beginning and advanced video and audio storytelling. We are especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute through their research or creative works, teaching, and/or service, and through diversity, to the excellence of the academic community. read more

VISCOM 33 Mammoth Village Lodge

We are pleased to announce that Viscom 33 will be held June 19-22 at Mammoth Village Lodge on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada range. We are announcing the conference early because we think attendees might want to plan their vacations around the conference. We chose Mammoth, which is less than an hour from the east entrance to Yosemite National Park, because of its affordable accommodations ($136/night for a single, $101/night per person for two sharing a 1-bedroom condo with sofa bed), and $80/night per person for three sharing a 2-bedroom condo with sofa bed.) The condos, which are privately owned and leased back for the summer, are gorgeous! read more

Wanted: Research Chapters for Second Edition of Handbook of Visual Communication

Completed Manuscript Deadline: March 1, 2019

Length: About 5,000 words or 20 pages double-spaced with a reference list
Style: APA
Process: Blind peer-review
Requirements: Unpublished and not under review
Editors: Sheree Josephson of Weber State University, contributor to the first edition; Ken Smith of University of Wyoming, co-editor of the first edition; Jim Kelly of Indiana University, past editor of Visual Communication Quarterly
Publisher: Routledge
Visuals: Strongly encouraged with copyright permission read more

Final Program

Hi all,

I think I got all the requested changes! So, you have 48 hours until this is written in stone.  At that point, Louis can print to his heart’s content!

2018-Program-6.5

Please let me know if there are any changes.  Can’t wait to see you all! This looks like a great program!

Trischa

Finalish Program with Titles and Chairs

Hi All,

Sorry it’s taken so long to get this posted.  Sabbatical travel is an awesome if inconvenient thing!  Attached is a more final version of the program.  I’m pretty sure I got all of the changes requested.  Please read carefully and let me know ASAP if there are other changes. Please check to see if you are listed as a chair…if you don’t want to do it, let me know and I can slot someone else in!  Thanks for your patience. read more

2018 Program – Updated

This is the preliminary program.  If you have co-authors/presenters please let me know (I know there is one, but I think I accidentally deleted the email!).  Check your affiliations and titles.  I think I have everyone, if not let me know.  Also, if you’d like to be a chair, let me know.  You can contact me at tgoodnow@oregonstate.edu.  Whew! read more

Things to do near Camp Casey

This is from a sheet Camp Casey puts out – no endorsements on anything, just places to go and explore!

Clinton:

☐   Clinton is located on the south end of the island right after you get off the Mukilteo ferry.

☐   Dining choices include Cozy’s Roadhouse, Island Nosh, Dairy Queen and Hong Kong Gardens. A little up the road is award winning Pickles Deli. read more