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Subject:teaching positions available From:"mike markel, director of technical communication" <RENMARKE -at- IDBSU -dot- IDBSU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 5 Oct 1994 14:26:45 MST
The Boise State University
announces two openings:
Technical Communication, Rank Open, start Fall
1995. *Two* tenure-track positions to teach
undergraduate and graduate courses. Rank and
salary commensurate with experience and background
for a specialist in several of the following
areas: document design and production, writing for
the computer industry, human-computer interaction,
visual rhetoric, research methodology, and
publication management. Other course assignments
are possible. College teaching experience,
research in technical communication, and a Ph.D.
in a relevant field preferred. However, those with
an M.A. or M.S. in Technical Communication and
considerable industrial experience and scholarship
will be considered. The course load is 9
hours/semester; scholarly publication, teaching
excellence, and service expected for academic
advancement. The Department of English offers a
B.A. and M.A. in Technical Communication and two
levels of certificates.
For both positions, send letter of application,
current vita, official graduate transcripts, and
three letters of recommendation or dossier to Dr.
Chaman L. Sahni, Chair, English Department, Boise
State University, 1910 University Drive, Boise,
Idaho 83725. Application Deadline: November 18,
1994. Boise State University is strongly committed
to achieving excellence through diversity. The
University actively encourages applications from
women, persons of color, and members of under-
represented groups. EEO/AA Institution.