As an Assistant Professor in the Digital Technology and Culture (DTC) Program on the Tri-Cities campus the successful applicant will teach undergraduate courses within their area of expertise and within the core undergraduate course curriculum; aid in the management and development of collaborative practices, spaces, and projects that engage the university and other publics; be an active part of the DTC faculty; engage in creative production and/or conduct scholarly research in areas of expertise; and support current and emerging research, teaching, and creative activities in digital research on campus and within the region. The DTC program is committed to building a diverse faculty and to the retention of new faculty and as such the successful candidate will be provided with a faculty mentor within the College of Arts and Sciences and have access to university programs such as the External Mentor Program.

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