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Subject:Academic Position Announcement (NC State) From:Brad Mehlenbacher <brad_m -at- UNITY -dot- NCSU -dot- EDU> Date:Sat, 11 Nov 1995 10:30:48 -0500
A colleague asked me to post the following announcement. Please respond to
the address listed in the announcement. Brad.
***** POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT *********************************************
Assistant Professor of English
Specialization in Professional Writing
North Carolina State University
Qualifications: Ph.D. with an emphasis in professional writing;
preferably a research focus on corporate communication and writing in the
workplace or on computer networks and usability testing; ability to teach
graduate courses and supervise masterUs theses in rhetoric and
Departmental Programs: We are seeking a colleague who can contribute to
teaching, curriculum development, advising, and research in an
interdepartmental M.S. in Technical Communication, now in its eighth year,
and a well-established B.A. program track in Rhetoric, Writing, and
Language. We also provide courses for non-majors in business, scientific,
and technical writing; together these enroll about 1500 students each
year and are projected to grow dramatically.
Research Center: This year, the Provost has provided seed money for a
research and public-service center for Communication in Science,
Technology, and Management, to be housed in the College of Humanities and
Social Sciences. It will promote interdisciplinary research and program
development, as well as outreach to improve communication in the workplace
and in public life.
Applications: Send a letter and vita by December 1, 1995, to: Search
Committee, Professional Writing, Department of English, Box 8105, North
Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8105.
Dr. Brad Mehlenbacher Voice: 919-515-4178 Fax: 919-515-1836
Technical Communication E-mail: brad_m -at- unity -dot- ncsu -dot- edu
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