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  • Tenure-track positions for assistant professors made up 53 percent of the English jobs advertised and 48.5 percent of those in foreign languages.

    Career/Job Related

  • Tenure-track hiring committees are more impressed by candidates who have demonstrated a diversity of training between grad school and post-doc.

    Choosing a thesis lab based on rotation experiences

  • Tenure-track competitors vault over stacked tenure files, landing in a pit filled with letters of recommendations, reader's reports, and student evaluations.

    Sports

  • Tenure-track faculty in English (Fiction, open rank), Wesleyan University (Connecticut)

    Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

  • Tenure-track faculty in English (Creative Nonfiction, open rank), Wheaton College (Illinois)

    Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

  • Tenure-track position (rank open) in English and Literature (primary emphasis in creative nonfiction), Marshall University (West Virginia)

    Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

  • Tenure-track position in Creative Writing (Creative Nonfiction, open rank), Wheaton College (Illinois)

    Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

  • Tenure-track faculty in English, "with primary area of interest in creative writing (poetry) and with secondary expertise in American literature," Hampden-Sydney College (Virginia)

    Monday Morning Markets/Jobs/Opportunities

  • Tenure-track job opening for an Assistant/Associate Professor at Missouri Western State University, to join a team of writing faculty that shares responsibility for a variety of courses and programs.

    Monday Morning Market/Job Listings

  • Tenure-track faculty in English (creative writing-poetry), Shippensburg University (Pennsylvania);

    Archive 2007-10-01

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