Non-Tenure Track, Position for Fall 2007
|NATURE OF WORK:
include teaching courses in our first year writing program (ENGL 1101
and ENGL 1102). Part-time faculty may teach up to three (3) sections
per semester, subject to availability and scheduling. To learn more
about these courses, go to http://www.westga.edu/~engdept/writing/
||M.A. in English
or higher degree in the field required OR at least 18 semester hours
of content area coursework in English with a Masters Degree in a related
field. Preference will be given to candidates with the M.A. English
degree and proven experience teaching at the college level.
||$2,500 per section
||We accept applications
throughout the year. Hiring based on availablity of sections. Contact
the department chair for more information.
||To apply send
letter of application addressing the above responsibilities, a curriculum
vitae, unofficial transcripts of all college work (official transcripts
required prior to employment), three letters of reference that address
your teaching, a separate statement of teaching philosophy that addresses
introductory courses in composition and a sample composition syllabus
Dr. Randy Hendricks,
Department of English
University of West Georgia
Carrollton, GA 30118.
||The English Program
is located in theTechnology
Learning Center (TLC).
Visit our department
web site at
or email Dr.
Randy Hendricks to learn more.
|About West Georgia:
of West Georgia is a coeducational, residential, liberal arts
institution located approximately 45 miles west of Atlanta in Carrollton,
Georgia. The university offers undergraduate degrees in 50 areas
of study and Master's degrees in 33 areas of study. UWG is a
multi-purpose public institution providing a liberal arts experience
for all students and is part of the University System of Georgia.
For additional information visit our website at http://www.westga.edu/
For further information
on job openings, system benefits and employee policies, visit The
Department of Human Resources.