- Several permanent faculty positions available in the English Department, beginning September 1993. Applicants in all areas are invited to apply, but pressing needs are in English education, technical writing, creative writing, British romanticism and folklore; rank open. Must have Ph.D. Send letter, vita to Gregory Clark, associate chair, English Dept., BYU, Provo, Utah, 84602, by Nov. 1, 1992; Enclose postcard for acknowledgment.- Opening in Secondary Education Department. Must have Ph.D. or Ed.D. in secondary curriculum and instruction with math and/or science emphasis; should also have successful public secondary school teaching experience and demonstrated excellence in teaching, research, and writing on university level. Will teach undergraduate and graduate courses. Send letter of application, vita, three professional references to C. Garn Coombs, chair, Department of Secondary Education, Box 97, BYU, Provo, Utah, 84602. Application deadline: Jan. 15, 1993.
- The Department of Health Sciences is building a file of prospective faculty, particularly in environmental and occupational health and safety, gerontology, school and community health, to replace retiring faculty in the near future. Send current vita, statement of research interests, any reprints of publications and letters of reference to: Keith J. Karren, chair, BYU Department of Health Sciences, 213 Richards Building, Provo, Utah, 84602.
- Opening for assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry in organic-bioorganic chemistry; responsible to teach at undergraduate and graduate levels. Send letter outlining teaching and research goals, a brief outline of two specific research proposals, complete resume, three letters of professional recommendation to Earl M. Woolley, chair, Chemistry Department, BYU, Provo, Utah, 84602, before Dec. 15, 1992.