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FYI: Asst/Assoc Prof & Director of Tech Comm Position
Subject:FYI: Asst/Assoc Prof & Director of Tech Comm Position From:Johndan Eilola <johndan -at- PRISM -dot- NMT -dot- EDU> Date:Tue, 1 Feb 1994 08:32:26 -0700
The following will appear in the Chronicle of Higher Education and the
MLA Job Information List (we missed the issue currently in press, so the
ad will appear in the next issue). Please note that the following only
represents tentative copy; please consult the printed advertisement when
it appears in the publications mentioned above for final information. If
you would like to *informally* discuss the position, feel free to email
me (johndan -at- prism -dot- nmt -dot- edu) or call (505/835-5200).
- Johndan Johnson-Eilola
* ASST/ASSOC PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH (TENURE-TRACK) AND
DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION PROGRAM
Tenure-track position to teach in and direct a nationally recognized
Technical Communication program in a Humanities Department. Rank at the
assistant/associate professor level; to be considered for the associate
level, the candidate must currently possess that rank. The position is
available Fall, 1994. Teaching will consist of advanced courses in
Technical Communication (TC), College English, and Technical Writing.
Responsibilities include directing the TC Program; teaching 6 or 9 hours
each semester and advising students; supervising a student-staffed TC
Program Computer Center and Multimedia Lab; publishing in the field of
TC. Ph.D. required in English, Rhetoric, or Technical Communication.
Teaching experience at the college level and knowledge of technical
and/or composition writing programs required; publications desirable;
and ability to teach Instructional Writing and Online Information Design
preferred. Send letter of application and dossier, including transcripts
and three letters of recommendation, with a brief description of
research interests postmarked by April 29, 1994.
Send to Human Resources
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Socorro, NM 87801
- Johndan Johnson-Eilola johndan -at- prism -dot- nmt -dot- edu
Humanities Department 505/835-5200
New Mexico Tech
Socorro, New Mexico 87801