Clark Kerr Presidential Chair of the University Writing Program -- Associate or Full Professor
The University of California, Davis, seeks to hire an associate or full professor to direct the University Writing Program, an independent academic program. The appointee will carry the title of Clark Kerr Presidential Chair of the University Writing Program for the duration of his or her tenure as director. We are seeking a candidate with successful administrative experience in a composition or writing program, preferably in a large public university, and with an emerging or national reputation in Composition and Rhetoric Studies. Ability to work with faculty in a large range of science, social science, and humanities disciplines desirable, as well as experience with assessment projects. Proven grant-writing ability is also desirable. Information about the program can be located at http://writingprogram.ucdavis.edu
Coker Collegeâ€™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.
Director of Womenâ€™s Studies Program
West Lafayette, Indiana
The Womenâ€™s Studies Program at Purdue University invites applications for the position of Director, effective August, 2006. The Womenâ€™s Studies Program, established in 1979, is an interdisciplinary academic program in the College of Liberal Arts. The program offers an undergraduate major and minor and a graduate minor curriculum. Courses are offered in feminist theory; interdisciplinary studies in sexualities; gender and multiculturalism; and global feminism, as well as a variety of specialized and advanced courses in areas of faculty interest. The program currently has eight joint-appointed faculty and more than 40 affiliated faculty and has received strong support from the College of Liberal Arts.
Tenure-track position in English Education with specializations in incorporating technology in Language Arts instruction and one or more of the following areas: literacy and learning theory; planning instruction for diverse learners; writing and writing assessment. Experience in middle or high school required. Ph.D. required.
Please send a current c.v. and a letter detailing expertise and experience in the areas indicated to Dr. Theodore Steinberg, Department of English, SUNY Fredonia, Fredonia, NY 14063.