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TT Job Opportunity in Rhet/Comp at U of Missouri, Kansas City

Assistant Professor of English (Tenure-Track), Rhetoric/Composition with a specialization in oneor more of the following areas: Digital Rhetorics/Multi-Modal Composing; Technical andProfessional Writing; or Medical Writing or Bioinformatics Communication. The successfulcandidate will join the departmental rotation to serve as director of composition and provideleadership around writing in the department and in the university. A PhD in rhetoric andcomposition, technical communication, or closely related field is required by the time of appointment.


Assistant Professor of Professional and Technical Writing at University at Buffalo

The University at Buffalo, SUNY is hiring an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) in professional and technical writing, with an emphasis in digital communication. This faculty member will teach a 2/2 load, consisting of undergraduate and graduate classes in the English department, and contribute to the University’s commitment to undergraduate student writing. A PhD in English, Rhetoric/Composition, Technical Communication, or closely related field is required by time of appointment. Please send letter of inquiry and CV by November 1.


University at Buffalo, Director, Writing Across the Curriculum; Associate/Full Professor, English

The University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, is seeking an Associate or Full Professor in English with research and teaching interests in the area of rhetoric and writing, who will also serve as the Director of Writing across the Curriculum for UB’s general education program.


Endowed Professorship—Roy Pearce Professor of Professional Communication

Clemson University's English Department seeks an outstanding scholar and teacher at the associate or full professor rank for an endowed professorship, the Roy Pearce Professor of Professional Communication. With a well-established and active research agenda, the Pearce Professor will inspire innovative and engaged critical inquiry, articulate the need for and value of public rhetorics, mentor junior faculty and students, and provide vision and leadership in support of various curricular and institutional programs, including a robust professional writing curriculum at the BA level, MA programs in Writing, Rhetoric, and Media (MAWRM) and English (MAE), as well as an interdisciplinary PhD in Rhetorics, Communication, and Information Design (RCID). The Pearce Professor will also work closely with the Pearce Center for Professional Communication and the Campbell Chair in Technical Communication to advance Clemson’s highly regarded communication across the curriculum initiatives.