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"Jefferson Hendricks (by way of Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 26 Oct 1999 07:25:10 -0500
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Centenary College of Louisiana, a private, select,
liberal arts college, invites applications for the R.
Z. Biedenharn Eminent Scholars Chair in Communication
for fall 2000. Founded in 1825, Centenary is a member
of the Associated Colleges of the South.  The College
enjoys a student/faculty ratio of 12/1 and a $100 million endowment.

Candidates should have an M.F.A. or a Ph.D. and a
distinguished professional record in one or more of
the following areas:  new media/digital arts; R/TV
broadcasting; film and video production.  The ideal
candidate will be an excellent teacher with a
commitment to the principles of a liberal arts
education.  Duties include teaching and coordinating
an interdisciplinary program in communication that
primarily involves the departments of Art, English,
and Theater/Speech.

Rank and salary open.

Submit a letter of application, a c.v., three letters
of recommendation, and samples of published
scholarship and/or creative accomplishments to

David Havird, Chair,
Biedenharn Search Committee
Department of English
Centenary College
Shreveport, LA  71134-1188

The committee will begin reviewing dossiers December 1
with the intention of interviewing candidates in
January.  Applications from women and minorities are
especially welcome.

For more information on Centenary College, check out
our website:

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