[eDebate] Job Announcement- Temple U Parliamentary Debate

Paul Johnson paulj567
Thu Mar 15 10:24:45 CDT 2007


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Temple University???s College of Liberal Arts
announces the
opening of a non-tenure track lecturer position for
the
director of the University's debate program for
2007-2008 with
the possibility of continuation. The position can be
located
in any liberal arts department (such as English,
Intellectual
Heritage, Philosophy, Political Science, or
Sociology).

The successful candidate will serve as Director of the
University???s debate program.  Temple???s debate
program has
recently transitioned to an NPDA format with an
increasing
number of active student debaters.  The college is
strongly
committed to growing this program.  

The successful candidate will have an excellent
academic
record, teaching experience, and experience in
coaching
debate.  Minimum of an M.A. required, Ph.D. (in any
liberal
arts field or communication or rhetoric) preferred,
recent
coaching experience essential.  The person hired for
this
position will teach undergraduate courses each
semester.  As a
coach, the successful candidate will coordinate the
team???s
budget, oversee daily operations, and travel to NPDA
tournaments regularly with the team.
Temple University, of the Commonwealth System of
Higher
Education, is a comprehensive public research
university with
more than 34,000 students. One of Pennsylvania's three
public
research universities, Temple University is the 36th
largest
university in the United States, and the third largest
provider of professional education (law, dentistry,
medicine,
pharmacy, and podiatric medicine) in the country.
Temple
University offers degree programs in 2 associate
degree areas,
123 bachelor's degree areas, 117 master's degree
areas, 51
doctoral degree areas, and 5 first professional degree
areas. 
Interested individuals should send letter of
application,
including discussion of coaching experience;
curriculum vitae;
a statement of teaching and research interests;
undergraduate
and graduate transcripts (copies will suffice for
now); a
chronological list of courses taught including title,
department, number of students enrolled, and
institution; and
three letters of recommendation to:

Angela N. Scott
Director, Undergraduate Affairs
Temple University, College of Liberal Arts
1228 Anderson Hall
1114 West Berks Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122-6090.

Review of applications will begin immediately and
continue
until position is filled.  

Temple University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
Women and
minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.


 
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