klunsford's blog

UCSB Writing Program Director Search

Hi everyone,
A final reminder! Please forward this announcement widely. We have a very strong,
independent Writing Program--wonderful colleagues and a vibrant
curriculum. (Not to mention that the campus has a beach.) If you
have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Best,
Karen Lunsford
klunsford@writing.ucsb.edu
http://www.writing.ucsb.edu/

----------------------------------
Director of Writing Program
University of California, Santa Barbara

The University of California, Santa Barbara is conducting a search for

Keywords: 

Lectureships in Composition, University of California, Santa Barbara

LECTURESHIPS IN COMPOSITION,
WRITING PROGRAM,
University of California, Santa Barbara

Deadline for primary consideration, November 9, 2007; however, positions are open until
filled.

The UCSB Writing Program invites applications for the 2008-2009 academic year for
LECTURERS in composition. Lecturers teach lower division courses, including courses for
EOP students, and advanced writing courses in the humanities, social sciences and various
professional areas.

Director of Writing Program, University of California, Santa Barbara

Director of Writing Program,
University of California, Santa Barbara

The University of California, Santa Barbara is conducting a search for the Director of
the Writing Program effective July 1, 2008. The Writing Program is an independent unit
within the College of Letters and Science that offers approximately 335 undergraduate
courses yearly at both lower- and upper-division levels. Some freshman composition
sections are linked to general education courses across the disciplines. Numerous
upper-division writing courses are discipline specific. The Program offers a Minor in

Writing Technologies and Writing Across the Curriculum: Current Lessons and Future Trends

Call for Proposals
A special issue of Across the Disciplines, Fall 2008
http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/

Writing Technologies and Writing Across the Curriculum: Current Lessons and Future Trends

Guest editor: Karen J. Lunsford, Writing Program, University of California at Santa Barbara