[xmca] Fwd: FW: Position available at UMBC

From: Peter Smagorinsky (smago@uga.edu)
Date: Thu Nov 10 2005 - 06:00:17 PST

> The Language, Literacy and Culture (LLC) Doctoral Program at the
> of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) invites applications for an
>Assistant/Associate Professor of Research Methodology, beginning August 23,
>2006. Major responsibilities include: teaching courses in qualitative and
>quantitative research design, mixed methods, and advanced qualitative
>research methods; supervising and serving on Ph.D. student dissertation
>committees; and chairing the LLC Research Committee. Candidates will also
>have the possibility of teaching additional courses in disciplines related
>to the LLC Program.
> Applicants must have an earned doctorate in a discipline related
>to the LLC program and an active program of research that is relevant to
>language, literacy, and culture. Tenured Associate-rank candidates are
>preferred, but outstanding candidates at the Assistant level are also
>invited to apply. Although 100% of the candidate's time will be in LLC,
>there is a possibility of a joint appointment in a participating department:
>Africana Studies, American Studies, Education, English, Modern Languages and
>Linguistics, Sociology and Anthropology, and Women Studies.
> LLC is an interdisciplinary program of study of language,
>culture, human interaction and communication. Since its beginning in 1998,
>we have produced 22 Ph.Ds and currently have 50 students. Through courses
>and seminars, internships, and research, students in the program investigate
>ways in which social structure, social and cultural assumptions, and
>language use affect interactions between members of different social and
>cultural groups and impact upon educational and training programs,
>communications systems, public policy formation, and organization and
> UMBC is a highly ranked Carnegie Doctoral/Research-Extensive
>public university located between Baltimore and Washington, DC. With
>12,000 graduate and undergraduate students, it reflects the wealth of
>diversity of the regionšs peoples and opportunities.
> Applicants should submit a letter of interest addressing
>qualifications, a vitae, and have three letters of reference sent to Pam
>Gemmill, LLC Program, UMBC, 1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD 21250.
>(Gemmill@umbc.edu <mailto:Gimmill@umbc.edu> ) Review of applications will
>begin on December 1, 2005 but will continue until the position is filled.
>Please address questions to Professor Fred L. Pincus, Chair, LLC Search
>Committee pincus@umbc.edu <mailto:pincus@umbc.edu> , (410) 455-2079.
> UMBC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and
>actively seeks the applications of minorities, women, and individuals with
>disabilities. More information about the university and the program can be
>found at www.umbc.edu/llc. <http://www.umbc.edu/llc.>
>Return-Path: <crandall@umbc.edu>
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>From: Jodi Crandall <crandall@umbc.edu>
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>To: Spencer Salas <swsalas@uga.edu>
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>We have a position available in our PhD program in Language, Literacy
>and Culture.
>I'm not sure who to send it to at U GA. Can you circulate it?
>JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall
>Professor and Director
>Language, Literacy and Culture Ph.D. Program
>University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)
>1000 Hilltop Circle
>Baltimore, MD 21250
>tel: 410-455-2313
>fax: 410-455-8947
>email: crandall@umbc.edu

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