Indiana University of Pennsylvania, English Department
Assistant Professor of Composition Studies
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The Position: The Department of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania invites applications for a full-time tenure-track appointment at the Assistant Professor level beginning August 2014. We seek a teacher-scholar in the field of Composition Studies who presents the strongest combination of qualifications in terms of research and publications, teaching, and professional involvement.
Qualifications: A PhD specializing in Composition must be in hand by the time of employment. Candidates must be qualified to teach doctoral, master’s, and undergraduate courses and must show a record of excellence in teaching. Expertise with issues related to diversity in the field of composition studies is also preferred. Candidates must communicate effectively and perform well during the interview(s), which may include a teaching demonstration.
Responsibilities: Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in composition theory and pedagogy, advise students in undergraduate and graduate programs, engage in scholarly work in the field and participate in related department, university, and community service. Participation in the graduate program in Composition and TESOL also includes teaching graduate students during one, four–week summer session (with additional compensation). The IUP English Department’s commitment to broad faculty participation in the liberal studies offerings requires that all faculty can also expect to teach Composition I and II.
How to Apply: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applications received by November 15, 2013 will receive fullest consideration. Visit www.iup.edu/employment to apply through our on-line application system.
IUP is an equal opportunity employer M/F/H/V. IUP is a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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