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Bentley University is seeking Adjunct Instructors in Information Design and Corporate Communication for two undergraduate courses, starting Spring Semester 2016.
This position requires experience in corporate communication strategy; knowledge of management/business/corporate communication skills; strong writing, presentation and speaking skills and applying them in a business setting inside an organization and when communicating outside the organization; an interest in the communication possibilities of new media.
The Course: IDCC 320 Managerial Communication
section 1 - Spring 2016, Monday and Thursday 11.00AM-12.20PM.
section 2 - Spring 2016, Monday and Thursday 2.00PM-2.20PM.
Course Description: IDCC320 approaches effective communication both as an essential personal-professional skill and as an important function of management. Discusses the elements of communication (argumentation, structure, style, tone and visual appeal) and presents techniques for increasing effectiveness in each area. Students read, discuss and write about cases based on tasks that managers commonly face, such as explaining changes in policy, and communicating with employees, shareholders, the press, and the public.
For more information please contact Simon Moore, Chair, Information Design & Corporate Communications. firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION DESIGN & CORPORATE COMMUNICATION: The Information Design & Corporate Communication Department focuses on creatively connecting organizations with their stakeholders.
At the Undergraduate level IDCC majors can pursue one of three interconnected career tracks:
- Public relations
- Information design/UX
- Web design
Information Design and Corporate Communication concentrates on understanding communication in governments, businesses and nonprofits. We focus on the communication potential of emerging media, and encourage teamwork and creativity.
Graduates enter the public and private sectors, including nonprofits, government, consultancies and corporations. They are found in PR, User Experience, corporate communication, web design, marcom and communication.
At the Graduate level we offer the Human Factors in Information Design MS, an internationally renowned user experience graduate program. The reputation of this program is based on educating top performers in user experience research and design.
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