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Call for Submissions: CWPA Graduate Writing Award

 

Award for Graduate Writing in WPA Studies:  Call for Submissions

The Council of Writing Program Administrators is pleased to announce the call for submissions for its award recognizing outstanding scholarship by graduate students writing on issues in writing program administration.

Associate Professor - Composition and Rhetoric

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

DePaul University

English, 802 W. Belden, Chicago, IL 60614

Associate Professor in English

http://www.depaul.edu/~english

The English department invites applications from accomplished, senior teacher-scholars in rhetoric and composition who have established ongoing research agendas in one or more of the following fields: history/theories of rhetoric, genre studies, teaching English at the secondary level, digital literacies, technical and/or professional writing, workplace writing. The successful candidate will be expected to play a leadership role along with other senior faculty in support of a large Master of Arts in Writing program and an emerging undergraduate major track in Writing and Rhetoric. Significant experience and interest in writing program administration is highly desirable in a department that staffs the directorships of First-Year Writing and the University Center for Writing-based Learning.

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Assistant Professor - Composition and Rhetoric

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

DePaul University

English, 802 W. Belden, Chicago, IL 60614

Assistant Professor in English

http://www.depaul.edu/~english

The English Department invites applications for a tenure-track position in rhetoric and composition at the rank of Assistant Professor, starting in September 2007. We are particularly interested in candidates with specializations in technical and/or professional writing, and expertise in one or more of the following areas: workplace writing, digital literacies, new media studies, genre studies. Applicants must have the PhD in hand by September 2007, demonstrated expertise in teaching, and an active scholarly agenda.

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