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Chris Young <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 17 Mar 1999 15:19:34 -0800
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Robert Shelton wrote:
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> Michigan State University invites applications for two full-time, temporary
> positions as visiting assistant professors  of science and technology
> studies (STS) in the Lyman Briggs School, an undergraduate, residential,
> liberal arts science program in the College of Natural Science. Candidates
> will teach two sections per semester of our first-year writing course,
> which also serves as an introduction to science and technology studies.
> (One of the four courses is likely to be replaced by an upper-division STS
> course.) Candidates should hold a Ph.D. with a specialization in STS,
> composition, rhetoric, English, history, philosophy, or a related field,
> and should have experience working with undergraduates in composition
> courses. ABDs will be considered, particularly those who combine strengths
> in STS and expository writing instruction. Salary commensurate with
> experience, but in the mid-$20K range. Positions may be renewed annually,
> depending on performance and budgetary factors. Underrepresented minorities
> and women are especially encouraged to apply. Letters of application,
> accompanied by a curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation,
> should be sent by April 5, 1999, to Dr. Robert Shelton, Lyman Briggs
> School, E-27 Holmes Hall, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
> 48825-1107.