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>Date: Thu, 05 Dec 1996 13:40:10 -0600
>From: Franklin Anderson <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Position Announcement
>Sender: TRIO Program Educators <[log in to unmask]>
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>The SSS program at the University of Houston is currently seeking
>
> an Instructor of Special Programs to teach a developmental studies
>course and conduct academic workshops for a program serving 215
>students
>
>The SSS program at the University of Houston is a diverse program
>serving a population that consists of 35%African American, 35%
>Latino, 20%  White and 10% Asian students. We are particularly
>interested in someone who is bi-lingual.Requirements are as
>follows.
>
>                        Qualifications
>
>-Master's degree preferred, bachelor's required in related
>field.
>-Minimum 3 years teaching experience in related field.
>-Experience with disadvantaged students in post secondary
>institutions.
>
>                       Job Desription
>
>- Plan and implement instructional activities according to
>project and host institution guidelines.
>-Provide specialized assistance to participants experiencing
>academic difficulty.
>- Evaluate course content and instructional methods at the
>end of each semester.
>
>                          Salary
>$20,500 for 10 month contract with possibility of additional
>compensation ($2,000 ) for instruction of non TRIO students.
>
>Applicant should be well trained in teaching of study skills,
>reading and writing skills. Additinally, they should have some
>understanding of certain assessment tools such as the Nelson
>Denny test for reading, LASSI ( study skills inventory )
>
>Our work environment is afun place where we work very hard and
>expect much out of ourselves as well as our students. As its been
>said before, "to whom much is given, much is expected".
>
>Inquiries should be directed to:
>
>                              Franklin J. Anderson
>                             Challenger Program (SSS)
>                             University of Houston
>                             4800 Calhoun,SSC 319
>                             Houston, Texas 77204-3242
>                             713/743-5422
>                             713/743-5446 Fax
>
Sylvia Mioduski, Director
University Learning Center
Chemistry 214                        520-621-9363 (voice)
University of Arizona                520-621-7596 (FAX)
Tucson, AZ  85721                    [log in to unmask]