13.1140, Jobs: Foreign Lang/French: Lecturer Rochester NY USA

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Subject: 13.1140, Jobs: Foreign Lang/French: Lecturer Rochester NY USA

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Date:  23 Apr 2002 23:44:05 -0000
From:  Wilma Wierenga <wvwgsl at ritvax.isc.rit.edu>
Subject:  Foreign Language/French: Lecturer, Rochester Institute/Tech, NY USA

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Date:  23 Apr 2002 23:44:05 -0000
From:  Wilma Wierenga <wvwgsl at ritvax.isc.rit.edu>
Subject:  Foreign Language/French: Lecturer, Rochester Institute/Tech, NY USA

Rank of Job: Lecturer
Areas Required: Foreign Language/French
Other Desired Areas:
University or Organization: Rochester Institute of Technology
Department: Dept. of Language and Literature
State or Province: New York
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: until position filled
Contact: Wilma Wierenga wvwgsl at ritvax.isc.rit.edu

Address for Applications:
92 Lomb Memorial Drive
NY 14623-5604

Lecturer of French

Foreign Language/French: Rochester Institute of Technology invites
applications for a one year appointment of Lecturer of French.  The
position begins September 2002.  Required are the ABD or Ph.D. in
French, Second Language Acquisition, or Linguistics and native or
near-native fluency in French and English.  Candidate must have
commitment to and demonstrable excellence in the teaching of language
courses using proficiency-oriented methodologies.  The successful
candidate can integrate technology into the learning process and has a
commitment to fostering global awareness.  Interest in curriculum
development is desirable.  Responsibilities include language courses
at the beginning and intermediate levels, and departmental and
collegial involvement.  We offer concentrations, minors, and electives
to all RIT students as part of the Liberal Arts curriculum, and we
anticipate contributing to a degree program in International Studies.

Send letter, curriculum vitae, dossier, a teaching demonstration video
and a statement of teaching philosophy to Professor Wilma Wierenga,
French Search Committee, College of Liberal Arts, Rochester Institute
of Technology, 92 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY 14623-5604.
Review of applications begins at once and continues until position is

RIT is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer looking for
individuals with an ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the
Institute's commitment to cultural diversity and pluralism.

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