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Assistant Director position, Judith R. Frank Business Communications Center, Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa

The University of Iowa Tippie College of Business Undergraduate Program Office (UPO) Assistant Director, Judith R. Frank Business Communications Center

Faculty Director, Writing and Multiliteracy Center

The CSU Channel Islands (CI) John Spoor Broome Library seeks an Assistant Professor/Director to ensure the successful transition of the University Writing Center into the University Writing and Multiliteracy Center. The Director will be charged with continuing to build the culture of undergraduate writing and communicating, including providing leadership in developing and implementing programs that address learning, writing, and communicating in complex and culturally diverse environments.

Part-Time Position in ESL Section of First Year Writing at DePaul University

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The Department of Writing, Rhetoric, & Discourse at DePaul University in Chicago is seeking an experienced Chicago-area instructor with an MA in Composition and Rhetoric (or a related field) and TESOL certification to teach Composition and Rhetoric for international students in Autumn Quarter. The course is scheduled for Tuesday and Thursdays at the Lincoln Park Campus. Applicants should contact Eileen Seifert, Associate Director of First Year Writing:

Writing Center Specialist, Colorado College

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UDPATE: This position has been closed.

Colorado College invites applications for a full-time Writing Center Specialist. This 12 month position will address the needs of both under-prepared and L2 learners as well as students working on major projects, e.g. senior theses and fellowship applications. The Specialist will also lead workshops on specific writing issues, teach credit-bearing adjunct writing courses, and support summer Bridge and Intensive English Institute offerings.

Position Announcement: Writing & Language Center Program Specialist, University of New Mexico

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The University of New Mexico invites applications for the position of Program Specialist of the Writing & Language Center at the Center for Academic Program Support. (CAPS). CAPS, a nationally recognized student success program, is the learning & writing center at the University of New Mexico. Located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, UNM is a large, research-oriented Institution focused on serving the culturally and linguistically diverse population of the region. The CAPS Writing and Language Center employs over 30 undergraduate and graduate peer tutors.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Composition Specialist, University of Central Arkansas

Visiting Assistant Professor in Writing:

Composition Specialist

Assistant Professor in Composition Studies, University of Maine, Fixed-length

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Assistant Professor in Composition Studies

The Department of English at the University of Maine invites applications for a fixed-length, non-tenure-track, academic-year appointment as Assistant Professor in Composition Studies, effective September 1, 2014. This position is renewable for a second year, contingent upon a performance review.

Lecturer Positions - Willam Paterson University

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Lecturer – Program in Writing and Rhetoric English Department, William Paterson University of New Jersey

University of Central Arkansas--four Visiting Lecturer positions in First-Year Writing

The Writing Department at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) invites applications for four full-time, 9-month Visiting Lecturer positions for the 2014-2015 academic year. These one-year positions will begin August 15, 2014 with potential renewal for up to two additional years. Teaching load is 4/4 in the First-Year Writing program with the possibility of collaboration with UCA’s Residential College and/or University College.

University of Vermont: Director of Writing and Information Literacy, Associate Professor

The University of Vermont’s Department of English invites applications for a tenured, full-time Associate Professor to serve as the Director of the campus’ newly-established Foundational Writing and Information Literacy Program. The appointment begins in Fall 2014. The Director will be responsible for shaping the implementation of UVM’s first campus-wide first-year writing requirement, which draws on introductory composition courses in English as well as first-year seminars in every department in the College of Arts and Sciences and in the Honors College.

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