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Sun Oct 14 2001

Jobs: General Ling: Instructor or AsstProf, MI USA

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  1. Dr.Stephen Holder, English Linguistics: Instructor, AsstProf - Central Michigan Univ, USA

Message 1: English Linguistics: Instructor, AsstProf - Central Michigan Univ, USA

Date: 13 Oct 2001 00:46:51 -0000
From: Dr.Stephen Holder <holde1cmich.edu>
Subject: English Linguistics: Instructor, AsstProf - Central Michigan Univ, USA


Rank of Job: Instructor or Assistant Professor
Areas Required: English Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Experience teaching beginning courses
University or Organization: Central Michigan University
Department: English
State or Province: Michigan
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: November 12, 2001
Contact: Dr. Stephen Holder holde1cmich.edu

Address for Applications:
Central Michigan University
Mount Pleasant
Michigan 48859
USA

English Linguistics. Non-tenure-track position as Instructor or
Assistant Professor of English beginning Fall, 2002. Initial two-year
contract, renewable. ABD or Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, English
Linguistics, or related discipline required. Ability to teach lower
level classes in language and linguistics, including a
sociolinguistically-oriented language awareness survey course, and
composition courses required. Evidence of effective teaching
required. Publication and/or demonstrated ability to teach
pre-service teacher candidates desired. Send current curriculum vita,
letter of teaching philosophy, transcripts, and materials documenting
teaching effectiveness by November 12, 2001 to Dr. Stephen Holder,
Chair, Department of English Language and Literature, Central Michigan
University, Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859. 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, is strongly and actively committed to increasing
diversity within its community (see http://www.cmich.edu/aaeo html).
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