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Fri Sep 10 2004

Jobs: Tesol: Asst Prof, Central Michigan University

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  1. holde1s, Jobs: Tesol: Asst Prof of English, Central Michigan University

Message 1: Jobs: Tesol: Asst Prof of English, Central Michigan University

Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2004 11:42:40 -0400 (EDT)
From: holde1s <>
Subject: Jobs: Tesol: Asst Prof of English, Central Michigan University

University or Organization: Central Michigan University
Department: English Language and Literature
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor of English
Specialty Areas: Sociolinguistics, TESOL and Assessment


TESOL/English Linguistics. Tenure-track position as Assistant
Professor of English beginning Fall, 2005. Ph.D. in Applied
Linguistics or related field required by August, 2005. 

Ability to teach graduate courses in MA-TESOL program, TESOL
methodology, assessment, and curriculum development required. Ability
to teach sociolinguistically-focused lower level linguistics courses
required. Ability to teach Composition required. Evidence of effective
teaching required. K-12 teaching experience or English Education
experience desired. Publication desired. 

Screening will begin November 1, 2004. Send application, current vita,
transcripts, and letters of reference. 

Recently classified by the Carnegie Foundation as a
doctoral/research-intensive university, CMU is a growing
student-focused university with opportunities for leadership and
involvement for its entire team. CMU, an AA/EO institution, strongly
and actively stives to increase diversity within its
community. Minorities are encouraged to apply 
(see ).

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Chair Stephen Holder
	Department of English Language and Literature
	Central Michigan University
	Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859
	United States of America 
	Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:

	Chair Stephen Holder
	Tel: (989) 774-3171
	Fax: (989) 774-1271

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