The RIT School of Interactive Games and Media (rit.edu/gccis/igm) and the RIT School of Film and Animation (rit.edu/artdesign/schools/film-animation), in collaboration with the RIT Center for Media, Arts, Games, Interaction & Creativity (RITMAGIC Center), invite candidates for multiple, college-based tenure-track positions at assistant, associate, and full professor ranks with expertise and collaborative potential in one or more of the following: experimental media-centric experiences, game development, game animation, virtual reality, digital media, 3D animation, and interactive film. These positions are being filled as part of a strategic hire in collaboration with the MAGIC Spell Studios effort, a new public-private partnership at the university focused on growing the regional, state, and national economy through entrepreneurial and creative engagements with the digital media sector. Successful candidates are expected to contribute broadly to the goals of the MAGIC Center, as well as one or more of the academic programs in the respective colleges. Multi-disciplinary approaches are highly encouraged, and each position will be eligible for tenure in the most appropriate college while being affiliated with, but not employed by, MAGIC Spell Studios.
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