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Two Tenure Track Comp/Rhet Openings - York College/CUNY

York College, a senior college of the City University of New York, invites applications for two positions at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure track) specializing in composition. Doctorate and primary research program in composition and rhetoric or a related field required, as well as two years teaching of writing at the college level.


Assistant Professor of Technical and Professional Writing

Georgia Southern University, an institution of the University System of Georgia, invites nominations and applications for the position of Assistant Professor in Technical and Professional Writing in the Department of Writing and Linguistics, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences. Georgia Southern University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a Doctoral/Research institution.

Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Professional Communication, New Mexico State University

Expertise in digital literacies, new media theory and production, and
critical theories of technologies. Prefer candidate with background in
some combination of visual and spatial rhetorics; workplace or community
communications; related developments in globalization or localization of
information; multimodal interaction and application.

Ph.D. and teaching experience required; publications preferred. All
requirements for the Ph.D. completed by date of hire in August 2008.


Two Assistant Professor Prof/Tech Comm Positions @ Auburn UN

The Department of English at Auburn University expects to make two appointments in 2008-09 for tenure-track positions as Assistant Professors or Advanced Assistant Professors in Technical and Professional Communication to begin Fall semester 2008. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

The teaching load is 3-2, and the successful applicants will join four tenured or tenure-track faculty in technical and professional communication and two in composition/rhetoric to teach graduate and undergraduate technical and professional communication courses in a large, supportive department.


Two Assistant Professor Rhet/Comp Positions @ Auburn UN

The Department of English at Auburn University expects to make two appointments for 2008-09 for tenure-track positions as Assistant Professors in Rhetoric and Composition to begin Fall semester 2008. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

The teaching load is 3-2, with assignments in upper-division and graduate courses in rhetoric and/or composition, but with some teaching in the core curriculum (freshman composition) and/or junior-level writing.


University of Delaware TT Assist Prof Composition

Tenure-track position in Composition. PhD required. The successful candidate
will have a promising research agenda and an interest in contributing to the
administration of the writing programs. Competitive salary and excellent
benefits. Department website: Send letter of interest
and curriculum vitae to Prof. Melissa Ianetta, Search Committee Chair,
University of Delaware Department of English, 212 Memorial Hall, Newark, DE


Assistant Professor of English Education, Eastern Illinois University

Tenure-track position in English Education. The position requires expertise in preparing students at BA- and MA levels for secondary certification in an integrated English Language Arts curriculum. Does not require supervision of student teachers. Especially interested in candidates who can cut across fields in English studies. PhD by date of appointment. Solid preparation in teaching composition and general literature required. We seek excellent teachers with wide interests and scholarly promise. Fall 2008 start. 3/3 teaching load.


Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, Niagara University, New York

Niagara University, a private Catholic, predominately undergraduate, institution sponsored by the Vincentian community seeks a full-time Assistant Professor in English (with a specialization in Rhetoric and Composition) for a tenure-track appointment in the English Department starting in Fall 2008. Please visit to learn more about our department.