Adjunct Instructor of Communication Arts
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) is searching for teacher-scholars who are dedicated to creating a personal, connected, and transformative learning experience for an increasingly diverse student body. We seek creative and adaptable individuals who can establish an inclusive educational environment in which everyone’s voice is heard and appreciated, and individuality is celebrated. W&J is dedicated to the values of a liberal arts education that is both liberating and practical, promotes the close interaction between faculty and students, and supports a community committed to multicultural and global understanding
The Department of Communication Arts at Washington and Jefferson (W&J) College invites applicants for an adjunct instructor for the fall of 2018. This position will entail teaching two sections of public speaking starting August 22 through December 14 on a Tuesday/Thursday morning schedule.
Minimum qualifications: M.A. in Communication, ABD preferred, as well as experience teaching public speaking.
Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Send a letter of application, a current curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references to: [email protected] Official transcripts will be requested upon hire.
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Washington & Jefferson College is the best of both worlds: a small-town college setting in historic Washington, Pa., with easy access to the bustling business and cultural districts of nearby Pittsburgh, Pa. just 30 miles to the north. Founded in 1781, W&J College is a private, residential liberal arts college that is focused on student success. Our dedicated, experienced professors are passionate about teaching and work closely with our students to ensure that they receive a quality, comprehensive education. For more than 200 years, our alumni have influenced change in business, politics, medicine, and the arts and sciences as CEOs, lawyers, doctors, researchers, writers, teachers, and in many other equally worthy professions.
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