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COM 665: Seminar in Communication and Negotiation in Employee Relations
The course examines the role of communication and negotiation in the employee relations process within a work organization.
Joint Base Andrews, MD/Troy, MI/Online*
PhD in Communication. In addition to providing resume/CV and transcripts, applicants must submit a narrative for this course which clearly outlines relevant background in this subject area by including the following: relevant graduate coursework, relevant research, relevant teaching experience and evidence of teaching effectiveness (student surveys, if available) and other information that might be pertinent (e.g. relevant professional experience).
The successful candidate will teach adult students in classes or online offered on alternating weekends or one night a week for eight weeks. A generous stipend is paid with the teaching of the course.
*Please Note: All online courses require the instructor to have online teaching experience or be willing to successfully participate in the online training provided by CMU's Center for Instructional Design in online teaching.
If you are interested in further information concerning these opportunities at CMU and how-to apply please visit the CMU website at http://www.cel.cmich.edu/faculty/recruitment/job-postings.aspx .
Local candidates are preferred for teaching assignments but qualified instructors outside local area may be considered. The University does not sponsor candidates or reimburse relocation expenses for part-time adjunct teaching opportunities.
CMU is an AA/EO institution, providing equal opportunity to all persons, including minorities, females, veterans, and individuals with disabilities. (see, www.cmich.edu/ocrie ).
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