Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi invites applications for a tenure-line Assistant/Associate Professor of English, with a PhD in Rhetoric/Composition or a related field of writing studies with a firm theoretical grounding in rhetoric/composition.
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi invites applications for a tenure-line Assistant or Associate of English with a specialization in Technical / Professional Writing.
Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor
With a commitment to increasing diversity, the Baylor Department of English announces a tenure-track, rank-open line for a Rhetoric and Composition specialist, to begin Fall 2007. Upper-division undergraduate courses in our Professional Writing major. Also an occasional graduate seminar on a topic in Rhetoric/Composition Studies. Ability to teach Technical Writing. Active researcher with publications accepted and/or in print. Baylor is a Baptist University affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, Baylor encourages minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities to apply. Applicants should be able to affirm Baylor's Christian identity and mission. Applications will be reviewed beginning 16 October 2006, and will be accepted until the position is filled. MLA interviews. To ensure full consideration, applications should be completed by 28 November 2006. The position requires a letter of application, a c.v., and a dossier including at least three letters of recommendation, to be mailed to Professor Maurice Hunt; Chair, Department of English; One Bear Place #97404; Baylor University; Waco, Texas 76798-7404.
On WPA-L today, Shirley Rose asks, "How many schools are offering graduate coursework in writing program administration?"
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The Chronicle of Higher Education provides an analysis of the changes to this most recent draft of the report from the "Spellings Commission." Attached is a pdf copy of the report.
Those of us subscribed to WPA-L are aware of an ongoing conversation (in various venues). Here's a recent posting to KairosNews that includes links to most of the current discussions, with some added commentary of its own.