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Georgia Conference on Information Literacy

It's not too late to register for the Georgia Conference on Information Literacy!  Our third annual conference will be held at the Coastal Georgia Center in the historic district in Savannah, Georgia, October 6-7, 2006.  Register by September 18, 2006, for reduced fee.

For more information, see http://ceps.georgiasouthern.edu/conted/infolit.html, or email Janice Walker at jwalker@georgiasouthern.edu.

Job Announcement - Rhetoric & Composition (2 openings)

Rhetoric and Composition (http://class.georgiasouthern.edu/writling/). Two tenure-track assistant professor positions.  Ph.D. in rhetoric and composition or related field required by appointment date, with specialization in cultural studies, literacy studies, rhetorical history, writing technologies, and/or composition theory as they relate to teaching and research in the field of writing studies.  Ph.D. required by starting date of position, August 1, 2007.  Experience teaching with technology and evidence of scholarly potential and excellence in teaching are required.  Two to four years college teaching experience preferred.  Preference may be given to candidates with publications or presentations at professional conferences and to candidates with experience working with diverse student populations.  Duties will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the department’s degree concentration in Writing and Culture, as well as first-year composition.  Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications.  Screening of applications begins November 1, 2006 and continues until the position is filled.  A complete application consists of a letter addressing the qualifications cited above; a curriculum vitae; and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references.  Applications should be sent to Professor Michael Pemberton, Search Chair, Search #51761, Department of Writing and Linguistics, Georgia Southern University, P.O. Box 8026, Statesboro, GA  30460-8026.  Additional materials may be requested at a later date. Georgia Southern University, a member of the University System of Georgia, is the largest and most comprehensive center of higher education in the southern half of Georgia.  Georgia Southern University is classified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a Doctoral/Research institution.  A residential university serving 16,646 students in Fall 2005, Georgia Southern’s hallmark is a superior undergraduate experience emphasizing academic distinction, excellent teaching, and student success.  Founded in 1906, the university offers 120 degree programs at the baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral levels through eight colleges.  The 675-acre campus is located in Statesboro, a community of approximately 30,000 residents, 50 miles northwest of historic Savannah and 200 miles southeast of Atlanta.  Georgia is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution.  Individuals who need reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act in order to participate in the search process should contact the Associate Provost.  Georgia is an open records state.

Dr. Michael Pemberton           
Associate Professor, Department of Writing and Linguistics
Director, University Writing Center
Georgia Southern University             
P.O. Box 8026                           
Statesboro, GA  30460                   
(912) 871-1383
http://class.georgiasouthern.edu/~michaelp/

2006 Graduate Research Network and Travel Awards

Please excuse any cross-postings, but please help me disseminate this as widely as possible!

May 3, 2006, is the deadline to be included in the printed GRN program and to submit your application for the 2006 CW/GRN Travel Grant Awards!

Remember, even if you checked the “GRN” box on the C&W Registration, you still need to follow the directions below to submit your abstract.

It's not too late to be a part of this exciting event! We still need participants and discussion leaders! SIGN UP NOW!

The Graduate Research Network will take place on May 25, 2006, at the Computers and Writing Conference, hosted by Texas Tech University. We welcome anyone (graduate students or others) who wants an opportunity to talk about ideas, projects in gestation or in progress, or any stage in between. Attend the full day workshop, or attend the morning or afternoon session.

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New Home for the GRN-L Listserv!

Announcing the new Graduate Research Network listserv

The Graduate Research Network (GRN) list has a new home. Unfortunately, the old list has met its demise. The removal of the list from the ISU server ended up coinciding with a hard drive crash, and we lost the list of member addresses. :( To subscribe to the new list, please visit: http://www.letu.edu/mail/lists/listinfo/grn-l

We apologize for the inconvenience of not being able to move people over to the new list automatically the way we had hoped to. Please pass this along to anyone who may either have been on the old list, or who you think would be interested in participating in the GRN discussions online. Thanks!

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Across the Disciplines New Issue!

Forwarde message. Please forgive any cross-postings:

The editors of Across The Disciplines are pleased to announce the publication of a special issue on “WAC, WID, ECAC, CAC, CXC, LAC VAC? Incorporating the Visual into Writing / Electronic / Communication / Learning Across the Curriculum,” guest-edited by Joan Mullin (University of Texas at Austin). We invite you to visit the journal and read these articles at our Web site (hosted by the WAC Clearinghouse) at http://wac.colostate.edu/atd/ .

“This special issue explores the use of visuals to teach, to construct knowledge, and to deconstruct knowledge; specific disciplinary expectations concerning visuals as end products/forms of communication; the production, changes and/or effects visual technologies (from paper to screen) have had on our field; the intersections between/among visual/written/spoken pedagogies and productions across disciplines/interdisciplines; ways in which brain activity dedicated to writing intersects/affects/changes visual production.”

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