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Date: Mon, 24 Mar 1997 14:54:22 EDT
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Subject: JOBS: LIS faculty positions - Washington, DC

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Date:          Mon, 24 Mar 1997 13:18:17 -0500
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From:          Terry Kuny <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:       US - LIS faculty positions - Washington, DC
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The Catholic University of America, located in Washington,=20
DC, seeks two full-time tenure track faculty members for the=20
ALA-accredited School of Library and Information Science.

Successful candidates will be prepared to teach in the core=20
curriculum and in two or more of the following areas: =20
archives, records management, book arts, information=20
systems, networking, and information storage and retrieval.

The ability to carry out a research and publication agenda,=20
the potential for leadership in professional and scholarly=20
organizations, and the desire to work with a collegial=20
community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni are=20
necessary.  Requirements for consideration include an=20
earned doctorate in library/information science or related=20
specialty as well as an MSLS and/or substantial experience=20
in libraries, archives, or other information service environments.

The School, which grants the Master of Science in Library=20
Science, serves over 350 full- and part-time students on=20
the Washington campus, at the Library of Congress, and=20
at three sites in Virginia.  The Catholic University of=20
America is sponsored by the Roman Catholic bishops=20
of the United States as a national university and center=20
of instruction and research.  Members and associates=20
of the faculties are expected to respect the religious=20
commitment and mission of the University and to=20
be supportive of its aims and ideals, whatever their=20
personal religious backgrounds and affiliations might=20
be.  The University=D5s faculties are composed of teachers=20
from diverse backgrounds and religious traditions. =20
The Catholic University of America has affirmative=20
action, equal opportunity, and no smoking in the=20
workplace policies.

Appointment will be at the Assistant Professor level. =20
Appointment is for 8-1/2 months, with additional=20
contracts available for summer teaching.  For consideration,=20
submit a letter, curriculum vitae, and names of three=20
references to Elizabeth S. Aversa, Dean, School of=20
Library and Information Science, The Catholic=20
University of America, Washington, DC 20064 or=20
fax materials to 202-319-5574.  Review of applications=20
has begun and will continue until the vacancies are filled.