Are you interested in learning more about hypertext publishing and hypertext tools? Eastgate is looking for superb interns to join us for periods of at least six weeks at our Boston-area offices.
Each intern will have their own project in their primary area of interest: - hypertext editing - software design, development, and support - marketing and communication. In addition, interns help out on all facets of operations, from interface design to fulfillment. Eastgate is a fun, informal, and exciting place to work. There's always a lot happening, and you'll have terrific scope to make a real, independent contribution. And Boston is a terrific place. Internships carry a small stipend. Sound interesting? Contact Elin Sjursen at firstname.lastname@example.org! (For summer internships, please get in touch before April 4, 2005. Internships are also available for Fall 2005.)
[do you have a PhD and know XML and PHP?]
My department needs to hire a person to teach a course on web programming for the autumn semester (July 1 - December 31, 2005). It's a fulltime, six-month position as an associate professor (førstelektor), with a minimum of 25% research (of your choice), and that single course to teach - about six hours contact time a week for 12-15 weeks of the semester plus some advising. The rest of your time is yours, for your own research. Last year the course had 17 students, and we're expecting about the same next semester. Since it's a research position, we really want someone with a PhD, but might consider someone who's close to completing a PhD.
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