GSI & Reader Positions

FALL 2017

Graduate Student (GSI) and Reader positions available for Media Studies courses, pending budgetary approval, are listed below. Course descriptions are available on the Media Studies website.

MEDIA STUDIES GSI POSITIONS

Media Studies 10: Introduction to Media Studies - These positions have been filled.
Instructor: Josh Jackson (joshjackson@berkeley.edu)
Lecture: TuTh 11:00AM – 12:29 PM, 105 Stanley Hall

   (section times are subject to change)
   Sec. 101: MoWe 10:00 – 10:59 AM
   Sec. 102: MoWe 5:00 – 5:59 PM
   Sec. 103: MoWe 8:00 – 8:59 AM
   Sec. 104: MoWe 9:00 – 9:59 AM
   Sec. 105: TuTh 8:00 – 8:59 AM
   Sec. 106: TuTh 10:00 – 10:59 AM
   Sec. 107:TuTh 5:00 – 5:59 PM
   Sec. 108: TuTh 4:00 – 4:59 PM
   Sec. 109: MoWe 5:00 – 5:59 PM
   Sec. 110: MoWe 3:00 – 3:59 PM
   Sec. 111: MoWe 11:00 – 11:59AM
   Sec. 112: MoWe 4:00 – 4:59 PM

Media Studies 102: Effects of Mass Media
Instructor: Ed Timke (etimke@berkeley.edu)
Lecture: TuTh 9:30 – 10:59 AM, 105 Stanley Hall

   (section times are subject to change)
   Sec. 101: MoWe 8:00 – 8:59 AM
   Sec. 102: MoWe 9:00 – 9:59 AM
   Sec. 103: MoWe 3:00 – 3:59 PM
   Sec. 104: MoWe 10:00 – 10:59 AM
   Sec. 105: TuTh 8:00 – 8:59 AM
   Sec. 106: TuTh 4:00 – 4:59 PM
   Sec. 107: TuTh 5:00 – 5:59 PM
   Sec. 108: TuTh 1:00 – 1:59 PM
   Sec. 109: MoWe 11:00 – 11:59 AM
   Sec. 110: MoWe 5:00 – 5:59 PM
   Sec. 111: MoWe 4:00 – 4:59 PM
   Sec. 112 MoWe 2:00 – 2:59 PM

To apply for a GSI position, email the following to the relevant instructor listed above with a copy to Laura Demir (demir@berkeley.edu):

   1. Media Studies GSI Application Information Cover Page (See form at end of web page.)
   2. Curriculum Vitae or Resume
   3. Three Letters of Reference

Applications from individuals with and without past teaching experience are welcome. Finalists in the application process will be asked for copies of their teaching evaluations if applicable.

If you have questions regarding the position, contact the relevant instructor first. Additional questions may be directed to Laura Demir, the Media Studies Student Academic Adviser.

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MEDIA STUDIES READER POSITIONS



Media Studies 104B: The History of Journalism – This position has been filled.
Instructor: Tom Goldstein (tomgoldstein@berkeley.edu)

Lecture: TuTh 8:00 – 9:29 AM  105 North Gate Hall



Media Studies 104D: Privacy in the Digital Age
Instructor: Geoffrey King (gking@berkeley.edu)

Lecture: MoWe 5:00 – 6:29 PM

Media Studies 130: Research Methods in Media Studies - This position has been filled.
Instructor Ed Timke (etimke@berkeley.edu)

Lecture: MoWe 2:00PM - 3:59PM





To apply for a Reader position with a course listed above, email the following to the relevant instructor listed above with a copy to Laura Demir (demir@berkeley.edu):

   1. Media Studies Reader Application Information Cover Page (See form at end of web page.)

   2. Curriculum Vitae or Resume
   

   3. Three Letters of Reference

Finalists in the application process may be asked for other reference materials.

If you have questions regarding the position, contact the relevant instructor listed above first. Additional questions may be directed to Laura Demir, the Media Studies Student Academic Adviser.

 

SUMMER 2017

Media Studies N10: Introduction to Media Studies - The reader positions for this course have been filled.