4.0337 Notes: Job; Biblical Scholars Directory (2/64)

Elaine Brennan & Allen Renear (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Tue, 31 Jul 90 23:04:42 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 4, No. 0337. Tuesday, 31 Jul 1990.


(1) Date: Tue, 31 Jul 90 08:21:28 -0400 (EDT) (29 lines)
From: Leslie Burkholder <lb0q+@andrew.cmu.edu>
Subject: job posting

(2) Date: Mon, 30 Jul 90 20:14:38 MDT (35 lines)
From: Sterling Bjorndahl <USERBJOR@UALTAMTS.BITNET>
Subject: Biblical Scholars address book - update is forthcoming

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Date: Tue, 31 Jul 90 08:21:28 -0400 (EDT)
From: Leslie Burkholder <lb0q+@andrew.cmu.edu>
Subject: job posting

DATE: 07-11-90 JL
TITLE: Assistant Director of Computer Education
DEPARTMENT: Academic Computing & Instructional Technology
SALARY RANGE: Negotiable
STARTING RANGE: Negotiable
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
HOURS: 8:30 - 5:00, M-F
This position is responsible for managing the Academic Computing and
Instructional Technology department charged with coordinating and
delivering faculty and student education services, including the
development and provision of courses and workshops about the CMU
computing environment, general computing, and computing techniques;
overseeing a computing skills workshop; promoting computer learning
activities; providing information on discipline-specific software and
acquisition of computer applications software for public clusters and
centrally supported systems; developing system documentation and help
files; coordinating external communications on computing for Academic
Computing and publishing the "Cursor"; and managing public computer
facilities.
QUALIFICATIONS: An advanced degree or equivalent in a computer
related discipline is required along with a solid background in the
delivery of computer education services, previous management
experience, strong communication and marketing skills.

lb0q+ andrew 7/31/90
Leslie Burkholder editors@brownvm.bro 7/31/90 job posting


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Date: Mon, 30 Jul 90 20:14:38 MDT
From: Sterling Bjorndahl <USERBJOR@UALTAMTS.BITNET>
Subject: Biblical Scholars address book - update is forthcoming

Dear HUMANIST readers:

Some of you know that for several years I have been maintaining an
annotated list of scholars in the field of Biblical Studies and
related fields. This list includes electronic addresses, paper
addresses, phone numbers, and a brief description of fields of
research and study, for as many people in the discipline(s) who care
to be included in the list. It is *not* a discussion, it is just a
sort of "telephone book."

Those of you who are already included in the list should have recently
received a brief message from me as a test in advance of the next
distribution of the list, which I hope to do in a few weeks.

If you would like to be included in the list, and to received copies
if it, and you have not recently received the above-mentioned test
message, please send me your name, electronic and paper addresses,
phone number, and a few lines describing your major areas of interest
and research.

When HUMANIST was still at UTOREPAS, there was a copy of the latest
edition of my list on the file server. I haven't checked to see
whether it survived the move to BROWNVM yet, but if it's there, those
wondering what it looks like can order a copy from LISTSERV.

[Send mail to LISTSERV AT BROWNVM (or LISTSERV@BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU)
with the line GET BIBLICAL SCHOLARS HUMANIST as the body --eds]

Sterling Bjorndahl
Camrose, Alberta, Canada
USERBJOR@UALTAMTS