Adjunct Instructor of English Classification: Faculty Faculty: Adjunct Instructor of English A qualified instructor to teach first-year composition courses.
Position Description Title: Adjunct Instructor Classification: Defined-term faculty Supervisor: Position reports to Chair of Department of English, Division of Humanities.
Duties: Teach at least two sections of English 111, College Composition I (The Expository Essay) or English 112, College Composition II (The Documented Essay) each semester. Responsibilities will include teaching the process of college writing and researching, as well as critical thinking and oral communication skills. *Qualifications: Master of Arts (MA) or doctorate (PhD) with at least 18 graduate-level semester credit hours in studies related to English. College-level or high school teaching experience is recommended.
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Mars Hill University is a private, four-year liberal arts institution located in the mountains of western North Carolina. Founded in 1856 by Baptist families of the region, it is the oldest institution of higher learning in western North Carolina on its original site.Mars Hill’s small campus of approximately 1,200 students offers a warm and engaging environment, where students get to know each other, as well as professors and university staff. Mars Hill boasts a eclectic mix of students, and one of the highest percentages of minority students in the region. The university draws students from all over the United States, and the world.