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Potential WAC Director position at UVA

The University of Virginia will embark this fall on a 5-yr Quality Enhancement Program devoted to writing instruction, and part of the plan is to hire a WAC Director (our first) next year. The QEP faculty committee has insisted that the WAC Director should be a tenure-track (or, ideally, tenured) hire, but the Provost wants assurance that we'd get applicants who are serious scholars in the field before granting a tenure line. (He may not recognize the degree to which Rhetoric & Composition has a long record of serious scholarship.)
 

Job Opening: Writing Center Director, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Please forward to anyone you think might be interested.

Department of English

Position: Writing Center Director, at the rank of lecturer
(non-tenure-track) or assistant professor (tenure-track), depending on
qualifications, beginning Fall 2009.

Duties: Supervising the Writing Center and computer lab (including
developing policies and procedures, hiring and training tutors,
promotion), teaching undergraduate courses, and service (e.g.,
advising, departmental and university committees). For an assistant
professor, continued publishing in field and work with M.A. and Ph.D.

Writing Programs Director/Advanced Associate or Full Professor of Rhetoric and Composition, Arizona State University

Writing Programs Director/Advanced Associate or Full Professor of Rhetoric and Composition