Job Opportunities

TWP Assistant Professors of the Practice of Writing Studies

The Thompson Writing Program at Duke University seeks several Assistant Professors of Practice in Writing Studies. We are seeking candidates with scholarly and teaching expertise in any of the following areas: Oral Communication; Scientific or Technical Writing and Rhetoric; Digital/Multi-Modal Writing/Rhetoric; Multilingual Rhetorics; The Rhetorics and Literacies of Race, and Antiracist Pedagogies...

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TWP Lecturers in Writing Studies

The Thompson Writing Program at Duke University invites applications for several Lecturers in Writing Studies. The Lecturer's primary teaching responsibility will be to teach five sections of First-Year Academic Writing per academic year, using innovative writing pedagogy in at least one section per year, but responsibilities may also include, as part of the regular course load, upper-level writing courses as programmatic and broader curricular needs dictate. In addition to their teaching, Lecturers will demonstrate ongoing scholarly engagement in the field of writing studies and take an active role in assessment, service, and programmatic efforts essential to the TWP’s mission to advance the teaching of writing at Duke ...

For inquiries, to see full description, and/or to apply, please visit Academic Jobs Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/20516


Graduate Student Job Opportunities

Each year we run a competitive search for a select number of Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs) of Writing 101 and Graduate Student Consultants (GSIs) of the TWP Writing Studio. For more information, please contact Vanessa Turnier.


Undergraduate Job Opportunities

For students interested in working as a writing consultant in either The TWP Writing Studio or as an Embedded Writing Consultant paired with a W-coded class, the first step is completing Writing 255. Please contact Eliana Schonberg for information about the application process.