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Adjunct Lecturers - English

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Work type: Academic Staff - 9 Month
Location: Platteville
Categories: Humanities

Job Details:

The Department of Humanities at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville has immediate needs for English lecturers to teach College Writing I & II for the 2018/2019 academic year.  Positions are dependent on enrollment and departmental need. The academic year is scheduled for August 22, 2018 through May 20, 2019. Positions may be part-time/full-time and for one/both semesters.

Qualifications:

Required

  • Master’s Degree in English (minimum 18 graduate credit hours in English)

  • Experience teaching composition at the college level.

To Apply:

Application materials are required to be emailed to Dr. James Romesburg at romesburgj@uwplatt.edu. To be considered, please include the following materials:

  • Letter of application addressing your qualifications;
  • Resume/CV; and
  • List of three (3) professional references (name, contact info, professional relationship to you)

Questions about possible opportunities may be addressed to Dr. Romesburg at 608-342-1436.

 

Applications will be kept on file for future vacancies.

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