LINGUIST List 10.1404

Fri Sep 24 1999

Jobs: Appl. Lx, Lg Acq/Syntax/Phonology/Morphology

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  1. Graham Thurgood, Assistant Professor in Applied Linguistics/TESOL
  2. Carol Neidle, Lang Acquisition/Syntax/Phonology/Morphology - Boston U.

Message 1: Assistant Professor in Applied Linguistics/TESOL

Date: Thu, 23 Sep 1999 15:13:51 -0700
From: Graham Thurgood <gthurgoodcsuchico.edu>
Subject: Assistant Professor in Applied Linguistics/TESOL

Job Opening. Tenure- track, Assistant Professor in Applied
Linguistics/TESOL

RESPONSIBILITIES: Teaching load is 4 courses per semester. Teaching
responsibilities of the position include ESL courses (specifically ESL
for Academic Purposes), introduction to Second Language Acquisition
Theories and Methods, and a graduate seminar on Second Language
Acquisition Theories and Research. The position also involves advising
ESL students, pursuing research and publication, and providing service
to the University community.

MINIMUM
QUALIFICATIONS: Ph. D. in applied linguistics or TESOL (with strong
linguistics background). Teaching experience in EAP (English for
Academic Purposes) programs in the US and in ESL in a non-US setting, or
ESL/bilingual programs in K-12 schools in the US. A strong record of
teaching and scholarship. Experience in and commitment to ESL program
development and administration, and to ESL teaching.

RANK AND SALARY: Rank and Salary are based on qualifications and
experience.

STARTING DATE: August 2000

TO APPLY: Mail letter of application, current curriculum vitae, and
recommendations by November 29, 1999 to:
 Karen C. Hatch, Chair
 Department of English
 California State University, Chico
 Chico, CA 95929-0830
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Message 2: Lang Acquisition/Syntax/Phonology/Morphology - Boston U.

Date: Thu, 23 Sep 1999 23:20:33 -0400 (EDT)
From: Carol Neidle <carollouis-xiv.bu.edu>
Subject: Lang Acquisition/Syntax/Phonology/Morphology - Boston U.

Announcement of 1 full-time position (beginning 9/2000)
and 3 part-time positions (for spring 2000) in linguistics 
at Boston University

 BOSTON UNIVERSITY -- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LINGUISTICS,
 tenure track, beginning 9/2000. Specialization in 
 LANGUAGE ACQUISITION and SYNTACTIC THEORY. Ph.D. required,
 with strong background in linguistic theory, broad range of
 interests, demonstrated teaching ability, and commitment to
 undergraduate and graduate teaching.

 Please send letter of application, cv, and 3 representative
 publications, and have 3 letters of recommendation sent
 directly, to: Prof. Carol Neidle, Chair, Linguistics Search
 Committee, Boston University MFLL, 718 Commonwealth Avenue,
 Boston, MA 02215. Deadline for receipt of materials:
 December 1. Please do not send application materials by
 e-mail. AA/EOE.

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 Boston University seeks part-time instructors to teach three
 linguistics courses (mixed undergraduate and graduate level) 
 for spring semester of 2000:

 Introduction to phonology 
 Introduction to morphology 
 Intermediate-level syntax 

 Please send letter of application, clearly indicating which
 course(s) you would be interested in teaching, along with 
 cv and 3 representative publications, to Prof. Carol Neidle,
 Chair, Linguistics Search Committee, Boston University,
 Department of Modern Foreign Languages, 718 Commonwealth Avenue
 Boston, MA 02215. Please also have three letters of 
 recommendation sent to the same address. Do not send 
 application materials via e-mail. Deadline for receipt of 
 materials: October 10, 1999. Ph.D. (in hand) required 
 at time of application.

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See http://www.bu.edu/linguistics/UG/jobs.html for further information. 
Inquiries about these positions may be directed to carolbu.edu.


Carol Neidle
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