The Department of English at St. John's University invites applications for full-time writing faculty to teach first-year writing, beginning August 2007. These are contract positions, renewable annually for a total of seven years; faculty receive full benefits and competitive salaries. Candidates will work closely with existing writing faculty, with the Director of the Institute for Writing Studies, and Writing Center Directors. Teaching responsibilities include a 3/3 load. Qualifications: doctorate or terminal degree with primary or secondary area in composition preferred. The search committee will begin screening applications immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.
The Department of English at St. John's University invites applications for the position of tenure-track assistant professor or associate professor of English, beginning August 2007, to design and direct the University's first Writing Across the Curriculum program. The candidate will work with the Director of the Institute for Writing Studies and Writing Center Directors to design workshops and WAC/WID initiatives throughout the University; develop University-wide assessment projects; create a Writing Fellows program; and create writing and rhetoric courses at the undergraduate and graduate level.
The Department of English at St. John's University invites applications for the position of tenure-track assistant professor, beginning August 2007, to direct one of the University's two Writing Centers. The candidate will work closely with the existing Writing Center Director and the Director of the Institute for Writing Studies, as well as with first-year writing faculty. Teaching responsibilities include a 1/1 load. Qualifications: doctorate in composition and rhetoric; administrative Writing Center experience; assessment experience preferred. The search committee will begin screening applications immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
U of Missouri-Columbia
English, 107 Tate Hall Columbia MO 65211
Associate Professor or Advanced Assistant Professor of English: Rhetoric and Composition
The English Department at the University of Missouri-Columbia seeks a rhetoric and composition scholar, preferably at the Associate level, although Advanced Assistant applicants may be considered. Applicants should have publications commensurate with rank, evidence of strong teaching, and an active research agenda. We seek a colleague who would share in the administration of our composition program on a rotating basis, provide leadership as we expand our program, and help direct the work of graduate students. Area of research emphasis is open with preference given to digital media and multimodal writing, multi-ethnic rhetorics, and/or technical writing. PhD required.
The English Department at Northern Arizona University seeks candidates for a tenured associate professor position to serve as Director of Composition, starting Fall 2007. Duties include directing Northern Arizona Universityâ€™s Writing Program and overseeing the computer labs, training graduate assistants who teach composition, and teaching in the undergraduate and graduate programs in Literacy, Technology, and Professional Writing.
Qualified candidates should have interest and expertise in Composition Studies, Writing Program Administration, Writing Across the Curriculum, Literacy, Digital Studies, Professional Writing, and/or related areas. Candidates should also have experiences working with diverse student, staff, and faculty groups. This is an eleven-month position. Salary will be commensurate with experience.
Tenure track position in composition and rhetoric starting Fall 2007. We are
looking for a faculty member who values teaching, research, and service to
join a dynamic department and an active group of composition/rhetoric
faculty in a nationally recognized writing program. We seek expertise in
some combination of the following: writing program administration, first
year writing, and writing and technology. Responsibilities will include
administration or co-administration of the First Year Writing Program (with
commensurate reassigned time), and some teaching in FYC and/or upper-level
or graduate courses in Written Communication. Teaching excellence, scholarly
The Department of English at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga invites applications for the position of tenure-track assistant professor of English, beginning August 2007, with primary specialization in rhetoric and composition. The department seeks a candidate able to teach writing and rhetoric courses at all levels (including graduate courses). Teaching responsibilities include a 4/4 load. Qualifications: Ph.D. in rhetoric and composition; demonstrated excellence in and commitment to undergraduate teaching; excellent writing, interpersonal, and communication skills. The search committee will begin screening applications immediately and will continue until the position is filled.
We seek an advanced scholar/teacher (associate or full professor) with administrative experience and a record of significant publication and exemplary teaching to guide our first-year writing program. The successful candidate will rotate through this administrative position (three-year term) and, while working in this capacity, spearhead curriculum development and teacher training for graduate instructors. In addition, this individual will teach and develop courses for our M.A. track in Composition and Rhetoric and serve on related thesis committees. Opportunities to teach in and/or assist with our professional writing minor degree program are also available. Area of specialization is open, although candidates with strong backgrounds in rhetorical theory and/or the history of rhetoric, composition research methodology, assessment, electronic writing, or composition pedagogy are especially welcome. The expected teaching load for this position is 2/1.
Founded in 1997 and operating under the auspices of the Office of the Provost, the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute at Baruch College is committed to facilitating the infusion of oral, written, and computer mediated communication into Baruchâ€™s undergraduate curriculum through the development and support of Communication Intensive Courses (CICs), co-curricular programs for students, as well as its efforts as part of the CUNY WAC program. The Institute likewise sponsors a wide range of professional development activities for Baruch faculty and administration and engages in sustained dialogue on communication and communication intensive instruction with leading business professionals and educators from around the country.