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Subject: Position at San Francisco State University

Position at San Francisco State University

From: Glenn E. Wharton <glenn.wharton<-at->
Date: Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Digital Preservation Professor
Museum Studies program
San Francisco State University

The Master of Arts Program in Museum Studies is seeking an expert in
Digital Preservation in Museums to join our faculty at the rank of
Assistant or Associate Professor, effective August 2014.  Experience
and interest in art museums is preferred.  The successful applicant
will possess museum professional experience in all areas of digital
preservation in museums and will be knowledgeable about digital
media, digital curation, mobile experiences, digitization
strategies, and digital asset management.  The candidate will also
be engaged in critical discourse surrounding digital preservation in
museums, be able to bridge theory and practice, and have a strong
interest in how museums communicate with the public.

See the posting at the American Alliance of Museums website:

    <URL:http://www.jobtarget.com/c/job.cfm?job=15896364&vnet=0&site_id=8712>

SFSU Museum Studies is one of the highest producers of MA graduates
in the field, with alumni working from the Getty to the Smithsonian,
and in a range of related nonprofit organizations.  Aligned with the
Department of Art, Museum Studies works collaboratively with other
units on campus and with our professional networks to develop
engaged, thoughtful, and well-rounded museum employees.

Edward M. Luby
Director-Museum Studies

Find out more about us at:  museumstudies.sfsu.edu

Glenn Wharton, Ph.D.
Clinical Associate Professor
Museum Studies
New York University
240 Greene St. Suite 406
New York, NY 10003

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