Journalism professors teach in colleges and universities. They are journalism graduates who may have had previous experience as a professional journalist or may also be writing professionally as additional work while working as a journalism professor. Journalism professors may specialize in different fields of journalism such as photography, news writing, sports writing, feature writing, or culture writing. Whatever field they specialize in, they must be knowledgeable in the basic principles in journalism as well as be familiar with the various issues about journalism and code of ethics. Journalism professors teach students from different levels. Many continue to do writing work together with their teaching work.
Sample Journalism Professor CV Template
Merseyside, L27 6EL
Skilled writer and teacher with work experience in practicing professional journalism is hoping to be part of a university as a journalism professor where I can contribute to producing high calibre journalists.
Summary of Qualification
- Six years of experience working as a journalism professor.
- Sound understanding and specialized skill in photojournalism and news writing.
- Knowledgeable of journalism concepts and ethical issues.
- Outstanding written and oral communication skills.
Career Experience/Job History
2004 – Present: Journalism Professor, London University
- Handle a minimum of twelve units of advance journalism courses which includes online courses for graduate students.
- Write column for an online national paper.
- Serve as editor of university publication.
2000 – 2003: Master of Science in Journalism, London University
1996 – 2000: Bachelor of Science in Journalism, London University
Professional reference will be furnished upon request.