Georgia Tech shares the job ad for midyear hires for the Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship, with multiple positions starting January 1, 2023.
This three-year fellowship includes service, research, and a 3/3 teaching assignment in first-year composition or business/technical communication. Within programmatic outcomes related to rhetoric, process, and multimodality, Fellows integrate their own research interests into the courses they teach.
In addition to full faculty benefits, including health insurance, retirement, and research support, Brittain Fellows receive preparation in and support for further development of multimodal pedagogy via the Digital Pedagogy Postdoctoral Seminar. Brittain Fellows also benefit from other support activities and services, including the postdoctoral seminar in technical communication and job market support for both academic and non-academic positions.
Information about the Brittain Fellowship, including course descriptions, program philosophy, and current Fellow profiles can be found here. Short videos about the fellowship and how to apply can be found here.
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