Is this Bob Monterio's replacement?
At 11:47 AM 3/27/00 AST4ADT, Russ Hunt wrote:
>Please forgive crossposting, as usual in these instances. If you
>know of someone who might be interested (notice that it doesn't need
>to be an entry-level position), we'd be happy if you'd pass this on.
> -- Russ
>St. Thomas University is a small, Catholic, undergraduate, liberal
>arts university where excellence in undergraduate teaching is the
>highest institutional priority. The department of education invites
>applications for a tenure-track appointment to commence July 1, 2000.
> The appointment is intended to be at an entry level but an
>appointment at the rank of associate professor might also be
>considered. The successful candidate will be skilled in a course in
>teaching methods in addition to possible courses in the areas of
>educational psychology or secondary methods (language arts/English
>and social studies/history) or the role of the professional.
>Applicants should have successful teaching experience in one or more
>of the K to 12 grades and have demonstrated to themselves and others
>that they were effective and/or superior classroom teachers.
>Teaching in a faculty of education would also be beneficial. A
>Ph.D. or imminent completion is required, as well as a teaching
>certificate or eligibility for a New Brunswick Teaching Certificate.
>St. Thomas University's education programme is available to students
>who have already completed an undergraduate degree. It consists of
>60 credit hours over an eleven-month period (Sept. - July), and each
>year accepts 60 students. Our programme is designed to develop and
>encourage, through a small and intimate community of learners,
>effective and competent classroom teachers. As a faculty, we are
>committed to this model and we are seeking applicants who would
>welcome the opportunity to work with us in, and help us develop and
>learn from, this learning community. Each applicant should indicate
>in the letter of application which profile they feel suits their
>application, submit a curriculum vitae, samples of scholarly work,
>evidence of teaching effectiveness (teaching portfolio preferred),
>and arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly to Dr.
>Sharon Murray, Chair, Education Department, St. Thomas University,
>Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5G3. Ph. 506-452-0473, FAX 506-452-0609, E-
>Mail [log in to unmask] Closing date: May 15, 2000 or when
>position is filled. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that
>their files, including letters of reference, are complete by this
>date. In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this
>advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent
>residents. St. Thomas University is committed to employment equity
>for women, Native persons, members of visible minority groups, and
>persons with disabilities.
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