The Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab in Program in Comparative Media Studies at MIT is pleased to announce a postdoctoral teaching-research associate position for nontenured scholars and teachers in videogame research and development. Postdocs will be required to fulfill a combination of teaching, management, research, and publishing roles, working with faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students. The position is designed to encourage the academic growth of promising scholars with recent Ph.D. degrees. The appointment is for a one-year period beginning September 1st, 2010, with a salary of $49,000 and a competitive benefits package.
The Postdoctoral Associate position is available in one or more areas of specialization related to videogame studies, design, development or market analysis. Dossier evaluations begin July 1, 2010.
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