|Course Details:||Young People's Literature after 1914
Start 2013-07-01 End 2013-08-30
Summer Day - Lectures Mon & Wed 0900-1100
|$6,067 per half course (195 hours nominally)
$12,134 per full course (390 hours nominally)
Please note: Instructors who are employed in a 2-hour/week lecture, or the equivalent of a 2-hour/week lecture, are responsible for the first hour of seminar/lab in each course.
|The non-classroom time is made up of preparation of lectures, student consultation, marking or grading and course administration, including grade appeals and cases of academic dishonesty. In addition, creating a course syllabus to be approved by the Department Chair.|
|- A PhD complete or near-complete in English Literature
- Demonstrated scholarly competency and currency in Young People's Literature
- Evidence of successful teaching in Young People's Literature in a post-secondary setting
|Applications will be accepted until 2013-03-01
Applications should include a cover letter, a current resume, a CUPE 4207 application form and your seniority date.
Dr. Neta Gordon, Chair
Department of English Language & Literature
500 Glenridge Avenue
St. Catharines, ON L2S 3A1
|If applicable, applicants are responsible for submitting their seniority date with their application. Applicants that don't include a seniority date will be assumed not to have one. All applications should be forwarded to the appropriate department. Do not submit your information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Positions listed on this posting are subject to course enrolments and budgetary approval.
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|For office use only: 2013-02-11 - #5298 - Approved|