Monday, December 15, 2008

Chronicle for Higher Education 12/15/08

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Eastern Shore Community College (Virginia)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)



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Multiple Positions: Physics, Petroleum Engineering, Food Chemistry, Comparative Anatomy and Physiology, Marine Biology, Bioinf...
American University in Cairo (Egypt)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Computer Science Faculty
Lindenwood University (Missouri)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Dean, School of Science and Computer Engineering
University of Houston-Clear Lake (Texas)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Teaching Assistant Professor in Forensic Science
West Virginia University (West Virginia)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Assistant Professor, Applied Science, Construction Science
University of Cincinnati (Ohio)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Indiana University-Southeast (Indiana)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Assistant Professor - Clinical Laboratory Science
Eastern Kentucky University (Kentucky)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Dean of Engineering
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Hong Kong)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Dean, College of Technology and Computer Science
East Carolina University (North Carolina)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Research Assistant or Associate Professor in Wildland Fire Science
University of Washington (Washington)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Instructor in Computer Science
Bemidji State University (Minnesota)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Teaching Faculty Positions
North Carolina State University (North Carolina)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Assistant/Associate Professor in Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sport Science (focus in Recreation and Sport
St. Cloud State University (Minnesota)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Criminalist/Generalist
Sam Houston State University (Utah)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Organismal Biologist
Rochester Institute of Technology (New York)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Probationary/Tenure-track Position in Library Media Education
Minnesota State University at Mankato (Minnesota)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Assistant/Associate Professor-Nursing
College of New Jersey (New Jersey)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

School of Education, Public Policy and Civic Engagement - Careers with Mass Appeal
University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth (Massachusetts)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

Multiple Faculty Positions
Oakland University (Michigan)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)

African American Studies, Assistant Professor
Western Illinois University (Illinois)
(date posted: 12/15/2008)




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