LINGUIST List 17.2273|
Tue Aug 08 2006
Jobs: English & General Linguistics: Asst Prof, Shenandoah University
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English & General Linguistics: Asst Prof, Shenandoah University, VA, USA
Message 1: English & General Linguistics: Asst Prof, Shenandoah University, VA, USA
From: Kelly Rickert <lenglan2su.edu>
Subject: English & General Linguistics: Asst Prof, Shenandoah University, VA, USA
University or Organization: Shenandoah University
Web Address: http://www.su.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics
Required Language(s): English (eng)
TESOL- Assistant Professor
The TESOL Program in the Graduate Education Department at Shenandoah
University (www.su.edu/sas/tesol) invites applications for a full-time TESOL
Assistant Professor beginning August 2006.
Essential qualifications: Doctoral degree required. Online teacher
education familiarity and experience; background in teaching applied
linguistics and TESOL methodology. Experience with online instruction
curriculum development preferred.
Shenandoah University's TESOL program has students on campus, but the
majority of study is done by distance on line. Our faculty find it
stimulating and rewarding to interact with students across the US and
worldwide. ESL Magazine has described our program as "excellent" and "on
the front line of online TESOL training."
Teaching is the most important faculty activity at Shenandoah University
and we seek faculty members who focus on individual student learning styles
and motivation. The interaction of scholars in various disciplines and
fields of teaching is encouraged as the campus develops interdisciplinary
programs in environment, women's studies, and international studies.
Academic service, such as mentoring students and scholarship, is also
expected. Shenandoah encourages faculty/student collaborative research.
Complete applications will include a statement of interest (including
statement of teaching philosophy), curriculum vitae, official transcripts
and three letters of recommendation.
Please submit applications to Office of Human Resources, Shenandoah
University, 1460 University Drive, Winchester, VA 22601-5195.
Applications will be reviewed immediately and continue until the position
Shenandoah University supports and encourages a diverse workplace. EOE.
Application Deadline: 15-Sep-2006 (Open until filled)
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