14.0575 job at Dakota State

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 14, No. 575.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
             Date: Fri, 29 Dec 2000 09:01:47 +0000
             From: Eric Johnson <johnsone@jupiter.dsu.edu>
             Subject: Faculty position: Computer-Based Writing Faculty
    Dakota State University
    Computer-Based Writing Faculty
    Full-time tenure-track position (and possible full-time term or
    part-time positions) for specialists in composition or technical
    writing.  Ph.D. (or nearly-completed A.B.D.) in English (or
    equivalent terminal degree) required for tenure-track position.
    Primary duties (starting August 15, 2001) are teaching computer-
    based composition.  Teaching load may include courses in
    computer-based basic writing, first-year composition, advanced
    composition, and, technical writing.  Familiarity with computer
    applications for writing essential.
    Dakota State University emphasizes integration of computer
    technology in all areas of instruction and has been recognized by
    Yahoo!/Internet Life rankings of 12th or better among the 100
    most wired colleges in the nation for the last three years.  For
    information about Dakota State University, see the DSU web site
    at http://www.dsu.edu
    Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience.  To
    apply, send letter of application, resume, copies of graduate
    transcripts, and names and current telephone numbers of at least
    three references to Dr. Eric Johnson, Dean, College of Liberal
    Arts, Dakota State University, Madison, SD  57042-1799.  Email:
    eric.johnson@dsu.edu  Review of applications will begin on
    February 9, 2001, and will continue until the positions are
    Applicants with disabilities are invited to identify any
    necessary accommodations required in the application process.
         --Eric Johnson

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