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Subject:Job Opening in Professional Writing From:John G Bryan <bryanjg -at- UCUNIX -dot- SAN -dot- UC -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 19 May 1993 10:53:42 -0400
Visiting Assistant Professor of Professional Writing
The University of Cincinnati has an opening for a one-year faculty
appointment in professional writing, beginning September 1993. The position
may be renewable, depending upon funding. Duties include teaching upper-
division courses in business and technical writing. The courses are part of
a nationally recognized writing program.
MA in English, technical communication, rhetoric, or other appropriate
field required; PhD desirable; publication, professional activities, and
industry experience helpful; teaching experience preferred.
Applications accepted until June 18 or thereafter until the position
is filled. Send letter, vita, and references to Prof. James Hall, head,
Department of English and Comparative Literature, ML69, University of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0069. AA/EO educator and employer.