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Indiana University of Pennsylvania is seeking someone to teach graduate
level (and perhaps undergraduate) courses in Technical Writing. About
an hour from Pittsburgh, IUP has a program in Rhetoric and Linguistics
which draws students from all over the world, particularly because
students can attend summers only to obtain their doctorate. This position
will remain open, I am told, until they find the right person for the job,
although the search committee would like to fill the position starting
this fall. Contact:
Dept. of English, Graduate Studies
Search Committee Chair
Indiana University of PA
Indiana, PA 15705-1094
For more info, call: (412) 357-2263
warren -at- vax -dot- edinboro -dot- edu