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Open Faculty Positions

Director and Clinical Professor
Entertainment, Media and Technology Program

The Stern School of Business Entertainment, Media and Technology (EMT) Program comprises a wide range of courses in marketing, finance, management, economics, and law. The program includes two dual degree programs and a university-wide minor. In the 2015-16 academic year approximately 100 EMT courses were offered, with total enrollment of 4,000.

The Director of Stern’s Entertainment, Media and Technology Program, who will also be a clinical professor (rank TBD), is responsible for overseeing all the activities associated with the program. This includes teaching and helping to  develop  new EMT courses, managing a team of adjunct faculty, recruiting new adjunct faculty, scheduling courses, working with the program’s executive director, overseeing a University-wide minor, managing two dual degree programs in cooperation with the Tisch School of  the Arts, working with student  organizations, and generally being the advocate for the EMT Program both internally and externally. More information about the program can be found here.

Qualifications:  Candidates must have a graduate degree and significant administrative experience. A Ph.D. is desirable, but not required. Prior administrative responsibilities in a university setting is desirable, but not essential. Work experience in an entertainment, media or technology firm is highly desirable, with emphasis given to marketing experience.

To apply, click here and select the applicable position.

Adjunct Faculty Openings
Adjunct Faculty at Stern are part-time instructors, hired on a term-by-term basis. Responsibilities typically include teaching one to two classes per year. Most appointments are made 6-9 months in advance. However, applications are welcome at any time and will be kept on file for future openings.

Applications for adjunct positions should be directed to the Deputy Chair of the Marketing Department, Professor Kim Corfman ( Please include your resume, teaching interests and, if you have taught in the past, recent syllabi and teaching evaluations.

The Marketing Department is also seeking individuals capable of teaching courses in the Entertainment, Media, and Technology Program. For a list of current courses, please see EMT website here. EMT adjunct applications (resume and cover letter) should be directed to Professor Sam Craig (

 New York University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.