LINGUIST List 10.1171

Fri Aug 6 1999

Jobs: Lang Acquisition, Speech, Spanish Lang

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  1. Robert Allen Fox, Lang Acquisition & Disorders, Speech & Hearing
  2. Stephen Gregory, Spanish Language: Lecturer at U. of New South Wales, Sydney

Message 1: Lang Acquisition & Disorders, Speech & Hearing

Date: Wed, 4 Aug 1999 13:27:28 -0400 (EDT)
From: Robert Allen Fox <fox.2osu.edu>
Subject: Lang Acquisition & Disorders, Speech & Hearing


POSITION 1

The Department of Speech and Hearing Science at The Ohio State University
invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in language
acquisition/language disorders. 

Position: Assistant/Associate Professor

Qualifications: Completed doctorate in speech/language pathology or related
field; CCC-SLP preferred, but not required; potential for excellence in
research and teaching; research specialization in the area of language
acquisition and/or disorders. This position is part of an interdisciplinary
research emphasis on human language processing.

Appointment: Academic year (9 month) contract, tenure-track position

Duties and Responsibilites: Conduct research in area of expertise, seek
extramural funding for research activities, teach undergraduate and/or
graduate course, advise graduate students, and participate in related
scholarly activities. Supervision of clinical practicum is not required.

Salary: Negotiable

Benefits: The University offers an excellent package which allows for
flexibility in selecting health, dental and vision-care, life insurance, and
retirement benefits. 

Facilities: The Department is housed in a well-equipped, 30,000 sq. ft.
facility containing our research space (individual faculty laboratories),
class rooms, and clinic. The Department enjoys close working relationships
with many departments on campus, including Linguistics and Psychology as
well as with Ohio State's world-class Medical Center. Faculty members may
also participate in the University-wide Neuroscience Graduate Program and
the Cognitive Science Center.

Earliest Beginning Date: Autumn Quarter, 2000

Application: In order to be assured of full consideration applications must
be received by November 30, 1999.

Apply to: Applicants should submit a letter of application (including a
description of research focus and teaching interests), a curriculum vitae,
three letters of recommendation, and copies of any published work to: Robert
Allen Fox, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Speech and Hearing Science, 110
Pressey Hall, 1070 Carmack Rd., Columbus, OH 43210, Phone: 614 292 8207,
E-mail: fox.2osu.edu

The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. Qualified women, minorities, and Vietnam-era Veterans, persons
with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

POSITION 2

Postdoctoral Position Available Immediately. Topic area:
Cross-Disciplinary Research on Cochlear Implants. Department of Speech and
Hearing Science, The Ohio State University

A Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowship (National Institutional Research
Service Award Fellowship) for PhDs or MDs is available at The Ohio State
University. This postdoctoral traineeship provides an opportunity to pursue
focused research (either basic research or clinical research) on speech
perception by persons with cochlear implants. Emphasis of this training
program is on cross-disciplinary research. The faculty involved are Marios
Fourakis (Department of Speech and Hearing Science) and Bradley Welling
(Department Otolaryngology). Potential trainees should have a doctorate and
be a U.S. citizen or have permanent residence status. This traineeship is
for two years. Support will include a stipend, moving expenses, travel, and
other training-related expenses. 

Application: In order to be assured of full consideration applications must
be received by October 30, 1999.

Interested individuals should submit inquiries and vitae along with a list
of references to: Dr. Robert A. Fox, Department of Speech and Hearing
Science, 1110 Pressey Hall, 1070 Carmack Rd., Columbus OH 43210-1002, Phone:
614-292-1628, FAX: 614-292-7504, e-mail: fox.2osu.edu. 

POSITION 3

Postdoctoral Position Available Immediately. Topic area: Multidisciplinary
Program in Speech and Hearing Sciencem Department of Speech and Hearing
Science, The Ohio State University

A second Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowship (National Institutional
Research Service Award Fellowship) for PhDs or MDs is available (one
immediately; a second on 1 July 1997). This postdoctoral traineeships
provide an opportunity to pursue focused research (either basic research or
clinical research) in one of five areas of concentration within the
discipline of speech and hearing science including speech production, speech
processing, psychoacoustics, speech perception, and speech-language
development. Emphasis of this training program is on cross-disciplinary
research. The training faculty come from many different departments
including the Departments of Speech and Hearing Science (Robert Fox,
Lawrence Feth, Jan Weisenberger, Osamu Fujimura, Marios Fourakis, Jan
Edwards, Sandy Schneider, Michael Trudeau), Linguistics (Mary Beckman, Keith
Johnson,), Psychology (Mari Jones, Neal Johnson, Caroline Palmer, Mark Pitt,
Julie Boland), Otolaryngology (Kamran Barin, Tom DeMaria), Electrical
Engineering (Ashok Krishnamurthy, Stan Ahalt, Randy Moses), Zoology (William
Masters), Mechanical Engineering (Mardi Hastings), and Wright-Patterson AFB
(Tim Anderson). Potential trainees should have a doctorate and be a U.S.
citizen or have permanent residence status. 

This traineeship is for two years. Support will include a stipend, moving
expenses, travel, and other training-related expenses. 

Application: In order to be assured of full consideration applications must
be received by November 15, 1999.

Interested individuals should submit inquiries and vitae along with a list
of references to: Dr. Robert A. Fox, Department of Speech and Hearing
Science, 1110 Pressey Hall, 1070 Carmack Rd., Columbus OH 43210-1002, Phone:
614-292-1628, FAX: 614-292-7504, e-mail: fox.2osu.edu. 
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Message 2: Spanish Language: Lecturer at U. of New South Wales, Sydney

Date: Fri, 6 Aug 1999 15:52:26 +1000
From: Stephen Gregory <S.Gregoryunsw.edu.au>
Subject: Spanish Language: Lecturer at U. of New South Wales, Sydney

Lecturer in Spanish
SCHOOL OF MODERN LANGUAGE STUDIES

REF. 340NET

This is a re-advertised position, previous applicants need not apply.

The Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies has seven full-time
staff and teaches undergraduate courses at all levels in the Spanish
language; Spanish and Latin American social and political history, and
various areas of Hispanic culture. It also supervises postgraduate research
in these fields. The successful applicant will participate in the teaching,
coordination and development of the Department's language program at all
levels.

Essential criteria: native or near-native competence in Spanish;
postgraduate research degree in Spanish linguistics, preferably with a
special interest in second language teaching and/or learning, and a
documented commitment to extend such research; demonstrated excellence in
teaching Spanish as a second language at all levels in tertiary
institutions, as well as an understanding of equity and diversity
principles.

Desirable criteria: published and ongoing research in the area of second
language acquisition; interest in the application of new technologies to
second language teaching and ability to participate elsewhere in the
Department's multi-disciplinary program.

The salary range is A$48,678 - A$57,806 per year depending on
qualifications and
experience. Membership of a University approved superannuation scheme is a
condition of employment.

Enquiries may be directed to Dr Stephen Gregory on telephone (02) 9385 2397
or email:mailto:s.gregoryunsw.edu.au.

Applications close 10 September 1999.

Unless otherwise stated in the body of the advertisement - applicants
should submit a written application QUOTING REFERENCE NUMBER (if applying
for more than one position a separate application is required for each
reference). Include business and private telephone numbers; a complete
resume, (copies of academic transcript and qualifications where
appropriate); and the names, addresses (and preferably facsimile numbers)
of at least two referees to: The Recruitment Officer, Human Resources
Department, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, N.S.W. 2052 by
applications close date.
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