Saturday, January 28, 2012

legal writing opening in Arkansas

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PLEASE NOTE: We've been informed that U. Arkansas received a good response to this announcement and is no longer accepting applications.

The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, has an opening for a visitor to teach in the LRW program for the 2012-13 academic year. The position consists of teaching a total of 32 to 35 first year students divided into two sections of 16 to18 students each. The program teaches predictive writing in the fall and persuasive writing in the spring semesters.

Telephone interviews are being set up over the next week or two. If you are interested in the position or would like further information, you should contact Ann Killenbeck at akillen@uark.edu.

A search will begin next fall to fill the position with a full-time tenure-track professor.

position type: visitor for 2012-13 academic year
faculty vote: no, not as a visitor
salary: negotiable
students per semester: maximum of 40, will be closer to 32-35

submission deadline: rolling; will remain open until filled.

hat tip: Ann M. Killenbeck

(spl)

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The position consists of teaching a total of 32 to 35 first year students divided into two sections of 16 to18 students each. The program teaches predictive writing in the fall and persuasive writing in the spring semesters.

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