The School of Journalism at the University of Montana is taking applications through May 15 for the spring 2023 T. Anthony Pollner Distinguished Professorship.
The focus of the spring 2023 professorship is any of the following specializations: visual storytelling, audio journalism, online journalism, database reporting and infographics, or the business of journalism.
Applicants should have a national reputation in journalism and a keen interest in mentoring aspiring journalists. The successful candidate will teach a course relating to his or her specialization; work with the staff of the student newspaper, the Montana Kaimin; and give a workshop on campus during the school’s annual High School Journalism Day.
Recent Pollner professors have included “Bundyville” podcast producer and freelance reporter Leah Sottile; former editor-in-chief of National Geographic, Chris Johns; and multimedia and data storyteller Geoff McGhee. Other Pollner professors include Chris Jones, a two-time National Magazine Award recipient, and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists Eli Saslow, Sally Stapleton, Tamara Jones, John Woestendiek and Maurice Possley.
The stipend is $42,000
PLEASE APPLY ELECTRONICALLY. DO NOT APPLY UNLESS YOU ARE ABLE TO ACCEPT AN OFFER FROM THE SELECTION COMMITTEE.
Send a letter of interest that includes a robust proposal for a course topic, a resume, names and contact information of three references and links to professional work to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please indicate in the email subject line that you are applying for the spring 2023 professorship.
For more information and a list of all previous Pollner professors, go to: http://jour.umt.edu/about/faculty/pollner/default.php
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