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Subject:Job Announcement/Clarkson/Upstate NY From:Stuart Selber <sselber -at- CRAFT -dot- CAMP -dot- CLARKSON -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 1 Mar 1996 07:28:04 -0500
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Technical Communications, Fall 1996.
Tenure-track assistant professor or instructor. Multimedia/Internet
specialist. To teach rhetoric, writing, technical writing, and computer
documentation. Expertise needed in two or more of the following:
multimedia, Internet, WWW, operating systems, telecommunications,
hypermedia, JAVA, usability testing. Evidence of successful teaching and an
active research agenda necessary. Because we are committed to integrating
new technologies into our curriculum, the successful candidate will
demonstrate the ability to participate in instructional design using such
technologies. Applications will be reviewed beginning March 18, 1996 and
continue until the position is filled. Possible interviews at 4C's. Refer
to Position # 55-95.
Ph.D. preferred, ABD considered; corporate experience welcomed. Send letter
of application, resume, and dossier to Dr. Bill Karis, Chair, Department of
Technical Communications, Clarkson University, Box 5760, Potsdam, NY
13699-5760, karis -at- craft -dot- camp -dot- clarkson -dot- edu -dot- Clarkson University is an
AA/EOE. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.