LINGUIST List 13.613

Thu Mar 7 2002

Jobs: Modified: Applied Ling Asst/AssocProf, AZ USA

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  1. Roy Major, Modified Re: 13.518: Asst or AssocProf, Arizona State University, USA

Message 1: Modified Re: 13.518: Asst or AssocProf, Arizona State University, USA

Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 09:12:14 -0700
From: Roy Major <>
Subject: Modified Re: 13.518: Asst or AssocProf, Arizona State University, USA

The Department of English at Arizona State University is seeking to
make an appointment at the assistant professor level in Applied
Linguistics or American Literature. In addition to disciplinary
expertise, the successful candidate will have expertise in information
literacy and information technology and will contribute to the
implementation of a college-wide curricular initiative dedicated to
achieving information technology and information literacy for all
undergraduate college students. Faculty recruited for this initiative
will provide leadership for the Department of English, and throughout
the college by collaborating with other faculty on a steering
committee, to restructure degree programs and existing courses as well
as to develop new courses to help achieve the goals and competencies
of this initiative.

Required qualifications: Ph.D. or terminal degree in field by the time
of appointment; evidence of success in working with students and
faculty in integrating technology in the classroom. Area of
specialization either American Literature or Applied
Linguistics. Preference for literature given to pre-1900
American. Preference for Applied Linguistics given to curriculum and
materials development (ESL). Publications in area of specialization
desired. Evidence of college teaching and of expertise in information
technology and information literacy essential. The English Department
at ASU consists of 54 tenure-track faculty, 12 lecturers, 19
instructors, 30 faculty associates, 211 graduate students, and 472
undergraduate majors.

A complete application must include the following: a letter of
application stating qualifications, experience, and research plans and
teaching interests; a complete curriculum vitae. Applicants must
include graduate school transcripts, three letters of reference, and
samples of research and writing.

The deadline for applications is March 31, 2002. Position starting
date is August 15, 2002.

Send to: Roy Major, Chair, Information Technology Search Committee,
Department of English, Arizona State University, Box 870302, Tempe, AZ
85287-0302. All applications acknowledged.
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