Boise State University
Assistant professor of English, rhetoric and composition
Following a successful hire in this area in 2011, we again invite applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position in rhetoric and composition, beginning fall 2012. Ph.D. in rhetoric and composition required by time of appointment. Teaching and research interests in multiple literacies (such as community, digital, or global literacies) or pedagogy for diverse learners are preferred. The successful applicant will teach graduate and undergraduate courses, including first-year writing; standard teaching load is 2/3. Opportunities are available to administer the first-year writing program, the undergraduate writing major, and the graduate program. Excellent teaching, scholarly publication, and service are required for academic advancement. Previous applicants may reapply.
Send application letter, curriculum vitae, and transcripts (may be unofficial) as PDF attachments to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Three reference letters (hard copy) should be sent directly to Professor Michelle Payne, Chair of English. See <http://english.boisestate.edu/faculty-positions/> for full details. Application review begins October 19, 2011.