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Two positions available:
1. We seek applications for the Roy Pearce, Class of '41, Endowed
Professorship in Professional Communication, beginning Fall, 1996. The
Pearce endowment calls for an established scholar to "provide
leadership for the University's communication initiatives," especially
those of the Pearce Center for Professional Communication and the MA
in Professional Communication.
2. Subject to funding, we will hire a tenure-track assistant
professor to join our growing graduate program in professional
communication. Ph.D. required. Preferred research areas include visual
communication, instructional technology, international communication,
rhetoric of science, workplace studies, and non-profit/public interest
writing. For additional information about Clemson and professional
communication program see
For either position, send letter with c.v. to Frank Day,
Chair, Department of English, Clemson University, Box 341503, Clemson,
SC 29634-1503, by 11/20/95. Clemson is an AA/EO employer.
Clemson is a state-supported, land-grant university of 17,500
students located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The
English Department has approximately 70 faculty and offers an
undergraduate degree in English, a M. A. in English, and a M. A. in
Professional Communication. In addition, the Pearce Center for
Professional Communication supports a university-wide
communication-across-the-curriculum program as well as outreach and
collaborative projects with industry and with the schools.
Art Young, Campbell Chair in Technical Communication and
Professor of English is Chair of the Search Committee for these two
positions. If you need further information regarding either of these
positions, please contact Art at: 803-656-3062 (office); 803-656-1345
(FAX); or APYOUNG -at- clemson -dot- edu (email).