New St Andrews College is hiring a Greek Professor

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Jonathan Robie
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New St Andrews College is hiring a Greek Professor

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Just saw this job posting.
Greek Professor

NSA is a confessionally Reformed Christian Liberal Arts college seeking to hire a Classicist with an expertise in Greek and Greek pedagogy to teach all levels of Greek language within our Liberal Arts and Culture BA as well as Greek and Latin at the Graduate Level in our MA in Theology and Letters. Ideally the candidate will also have research interests/experience in Reformation-era texts and be able to lead the College’s Wenden House program that directs graduate students in the translation of previously untranslated reformation texts. A Ph.D is preferred as is an ability to teach Classical Greek from a living language approach. All faculty are required to sign the college’s statement of faith. Salary and rank dependent on experience. All enquiries should be directed to the Dean: timedwards@nsa.edu.
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Re: New St Andrews College is hiring a Greek Professor

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Always good to see. (By the way, I edited the title so as to avoid confusion with the more famous St Andrews in Edinburgh; this one's in Moscow, ID.)
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Stephen Carlson wrote: November 25th, 2020, 11:45 pm Always good to see. (By the way, I edited the title so as to avoid confusion with the more famous St Andrews in Edinburgh; this one's in Moscow, ID.)
Och, Mon, St. Andrews is nay in Edinburgh. Tis tween Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
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Serves me right!
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