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Potential WAC Director position at UVA

The University of Virginia will embark this fall on a 5-yr Quality Enhancement Program devoted to writing instruction, and part of the plan is to hire a WAC Director (our first) next year. The QEP faculty committee has insisted that the WAC Director should be a tenure-track (or, ideally, tenured) hire, but the Provost wants assurance that we'd get applicants who are serious scholars in the field before granting a tenure line. (He may not recognize the degree to which Rhetoric & Composition has a long record of serious scholarship.)
 

Assistant Professor, General Faculty (NTT) - 5 positions - deadline Feb 22

The English Department at the University of Virginia invites applications for five non-tenure-track positions in Academic and Professional Writing to begin Fall 2017. These positions are three-year renewable appointments beginning at the rank of assistant professor, general faculty and are eligible for promotion to associate and full professor in the years that follow. We seek candidates with strong records as teachers of writing, with a Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric or terminal degree in a related field by the appointment start date.

Assistant Professor, General Faculty (non-tenure-track) - five positions - deadline Feb 22

The English Department at the University of Virginia invites applications for three non-tenure-track positions in Academic and Professional Writing to begin Fall 2017. These positions are three-year renewable appointments beginning at the rank of assistant professor, general faculty and are eligible for promotion to associate and full professor in the years that follow. We seek candidates with strong records as teachers of writing, with a Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric or terminal degree in a related field by the appointment start date.

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Assistant Professor, General Faculty (non-tenure-track) - five positions - deadline Feb 22

The English Department at the University of Virginia invites applications for five non-tenure-track positions in Academic and Professional Writing to begin Fall 2017. These positions are three-year renewable appointments beginning at the rank of Assistant Professor, General Faculty and are eligible for promotion to Associate and Full Professor in the years that follow. We seek candidates with strong records as teachers of writing, with a Ph.D. in Composition and Rhetoric or terminal degree in a related field by the appointment start date.

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