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Associate Professor in Rhetoric and Technical Communication

Associate Professor in Rhetoric and Technical Communication
Department of English
North Carolina State University
Position Vacancy Number: T06-41-0614

The Department of English at North Carolina State University seeks an Associate Professor to join its programs in technical communication, professional writing, and digital media in August 2007. We seek both applications and nominations.

Position Description: Duties include teaching and developing graduate and undergraduate courses in technical communication, digital media, professional writing, and/or rhetoric of science and technology (3-2 base teaching load). Duties also include advising students, maintaining an active research and publication program, and engaging in professional and university service.

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Assis/Assoc Prof., Comp. emphasis, Morningside College

Morningside College
English, Sioux City, Iowa, 51106
Assistant/Associate Professor of English
A ten-month, tenure-track position beginning in August, 2006, for a Ph.D. with a strong and varied record of graduate courses in composition and rhetoric and with a passion for writing pedagogy. Primary responsibilities include teaching two courses each academic year in our first-year composition program and working with faculty from across the curriculum to develop their abilities to teach writing. There will also be upper-level teaching opportunities in the candidate’s area of specialization or in a strong secondary field. Preparation and enthusiasm for teaching public speaking is a plus. This position involves the potential for directing the freshman program and/or the writing across the curriculum program. Leadership experience in these or other areas is highly desirable. We want someone who can work collaboratively with faculty from all disciplines and who is eager to pursue the opportunities a small, dynamic, college offers. Standard teaching load is twenty hours per academic year (five four-hour courses).

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Writing Center Director, Coker College, Hartsville, SC (tenure track)

Coker College’s Department of Communication, Language, and Literature seeks applicants for a tenure-track assistant professor to serve as the Director of the Writing Center beginning August 2006. Candidates should hold a doctorate in composition and rhetoric. Applicants with creative writing experience will receive special consideration. Successful candidate will teach two courses a semester while supervising the writing program at the Hartsville and satellite campuses. Desire to instruct non-traditional students is essential. Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. Review of applicants will begin December 1. Send application letter, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation to David McCracken, Coker College, 300 East College Avenue, Hartsville, South Carolina 29550. EOE. www.coker.edu.

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