Job Posting: 2014/2015 Sessional and Guest Artist Positions Available, University of Windsor

The School intends to offer the following courses during the 2014-15 academic  year.  In accordance with Section 54:07 of  the 2011-14 Collective Agreement, the School of Dramatic Art invites applications from qualified individuals.

Applications can be forwarded to:  Dr. Tina Pugliese,  Director, School of Dramatic Art, University of Windsor, Windsor, ON  N9B 3P4, phone (519) 253-3000, ext. 2805; FAX (519) 971-3629; e-mail: tinap@uwindsor.ca.


WINTER 2015

24-400-01    Styles in Theatre (Business as Performance)
An exploration of selected theatrical styles.  Topics and materials may vary from year to year.
Topic: Performance as presentation for entrepreneurial development and practice.  Students will develop skills in: storytelling, improvisation, script development as well as practice interpersonal communication, team building strategies and physical gesture.  (Open only to business student in the ENACTUS Program)  (Note: The preferred applicant should have experience or involvement with ENACTUS as well as professional experience in areas of public speaking and performance. )
(Wed:  4:00 to 6:50 pm)

24-421-01    Television Performance
Introduction to basic  television performance techniques. Each student performs behind and in front of the camera although the emphasis is on performance.
(Wed – 10:00 am to 12:50 pm)
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To ensure full consideration, deadline for applications is  Friday August 8,  2014 – 12:00 noon.

Note:

  • Subject to budgetary approval and/or sufficient enrollment.
  • When you apply, all class times are fixed.

New Applications are required to include the following materials:

  • Letter of application, including statement of citizenship/immigration status
  • A current curriculum vitae (for the Faculty Association template go to http://www.wufa.ca/?q=node/398)
  • A statement of teaching philosophy and interests (maximum of 250 words)
  • Two (2) letters of reference
  • Evidence of qualifications (i.e. transcripts, certification of degrees, courses taken, dissertation and thesis topic, etc.)
  • Indications of successful teaching (i.e. official SETs or equivalent for all courses taught)
  • A brief statement that explains how the applicant’s teaching and research background prepares her/him to teach this particular course.

All other candidates who have previously taught at the University of Windsor are strongly encouraged to provide an updated curriculum vitae and must submit a brief statement that explains how her/his teaching and research background prepares her/him to teach this particular course.