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Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition (Assessment and/or Writing Across the Curriculum)

The Spelman College English Department invites applications for a tenured position at the rank of Associate Professor with a concentration in Rhetoric/Composition to direct the Comprehensive Writing Program, beginning August 2016, job code TF0700. Candidates should be able to teach in the general education core, and in the English major and Writing minor. Directing the CWP will be a rotating position.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Rhetoric/Composition or related field with a specialization in Assessment and/or Writing across the Curriculum.

Late Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of English and WAC Coordinator

Late Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of English

Rhetoric and Composition and Writing Across the Curriculum Coordinator

College of Arts and Humanities

The faculty of the Department of English at California State University Dominguez Hills invites applications from individuals for a tenure-track late Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor position in Rhetoric and Composition and Coordinator of the campus’s Writing Across the Curriculum Program.

The Position

Late Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of English and WAC Coordinator

Late Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor of English

Rhetoric and Composition and Writing Across the Curriculum Coordinator

College of Arts and Humanities

The faculty of the Department of English at California State University Dominguez Hills invites applications from individuals for a tenure-track late Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor position in Rhetoric and Composition and Coordinator of the campus’s Writing Across the Curriculum Program.

The Position

Graduate Writing Instruction Across the Disciplines

Hello All,

I'm beginning a project that attempts to explore (and starts to define) graduate writing instruction as it is occurring across the disciplines. I'll be conducting a few local interviews, but I'd first like to see what's been written and who might already have experience with this topic. I thought I might call on the expert knowledge of the WPA members as a first resort. Can anyone suggest notable sources that cover this topic? Is there any notable scholarship that takes a WAC approach to graduate student writing instruction?

Many thanks in advance!

Lectureships in Composition, University of California, Santa Barbara

LECTURESHIPS IN COMPOSITION,
WRITING PROGRAM,
University of California, Santa Barbara

Deadline for primary consideration, November 9, 2007; however, positions are open until
filled.

The UCSB Writing Program invites applications for the 2008-2009 academic year for
LECTURERS in composition. Lecturers teach lower division courses, including courses for
EOP students, and advanced writing courses in the humanities, social sciences and various
professional areas.