Falmouth University has a history of more than 100 years of creative thinking and design innovation. Established in 1902 as Falmouth School of Art, the university has grown to become a digital innovation hub, delivering impact for lives and economies through the development of new knowledge, solutions, services and products. Today, the undergraduate and postgraduate courses represent the breadth of the creative industries, the fastest growing sector in the UK economy. Falmouth’s specialisms will be key to future economic and cultural success both at a local and global level.
To help deliver our 2030 Strategy, Falmouth University are currently looking to expand their register of Associate Lecturers on the Marine and Natural History Photography course and invite applications from suitably experienced candidates. You should possess an undergraduate qualification in a relevant subject area and have experience of teaching photography or filmmaking within an HE environment. In addition, you should be knowledgeable on issues currently facing the natural world.
Along with your excellent interpersonal skills, you will have a constructive approach to team working as well as a dedication to the development of the subject.
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