LINGUIST List 10.1444

Mon Oct 4 1999

Jobs: Applied Ling, Applied Ling

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  1. wus, TESOL/Applied Linguistics
  2. arm1234, Applied Ling-Asst Prof at California State University,Sacramento

Message 1: TESOL/Applied Linguistics

Date: Sat, 02 Oct 1999 21:07:59 -0400
From: wus <wusriver.it.gvsu.edu>
Subject: TESOL/Applied Linguistics

Grand Valley State University. Assistant Professor of English,
tenure-track (TESOL/Applied Linguistics). The Department of English at
Grand Valley State University seeks an applied linguist to fill a
tenure-track position in English. The position starts August, 2000.
Requirements: Doctorate in TESOL, applied linguists, or related field.
ABD considered if degree is completed by date of employment. The
position requires teaching and research experience in general and
applied linguistics, with expertise in at least two of the following
areas: ESL methods, sociolinguistics, history of English, second
language acquisition, assessment, minority language acquisition and/or
literacy studies. Public school ESL experience preferred.
Responsibilities include teaching both undergraduate and graduate
linguistics and TESOL courses. Salary and benefits are competitive.
Please send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of
reference to:

	Prof. Shinian Wu, Chair
	Linguistics Search Committee
	Department of English
	126 Lake Huron Hall
	Grand Valley State University
	1 Campus Drive
	Allendale, Michigan 49401
	USA

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin November 1, 1999
and the position will remain open until filled.

Grand Valley State University is an AA/EOE institution
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Message 2: Applied Ling-Asst Prof at California State University,Sacramento

Date: Thu, 30 Sep 1999 16:16:09 -0700
From: arm1234 <arm1234csus.edu>
Subject: Applied Ling-Asst Prof at California State University,Sacramento


Assistant Professor of English

Asst. Prof. of English, effective Fall 2000, tenure-track. Credentials 
(Teacher Preparation) specialist to teach applied linguistics and/or 
literature classes for perspective elementary and/or secondary teachers. 
Four-course load with diverse student population, committee work, 
advising, scholarly work, salary range $40,488 to $44,424; Ph.D. required; 
will accept ABD applications with hiring at temporary instructor level but 
must complete Ph.D. by end of first year; then depending on satisfactory 
evaluation, funding, and program needs, may be converted to Asst. Prof. 
on tenure-track. College-level teaching in Credentials (Teacher 
Preparation) preferred; ability to teach composition required; ability to 
teach English literature classes desirable Application deadline: will 
accept applications until position is filled, but to be eligible for interview 
at MLA in Chicago, application must be received by November 22, 1999. 
CSUS is an EOE/AA employer. Send letter of application, curriculum 
vitae, copies of all academic transcripts and at least 3 letters of 
recommendation to Jonathan Price, Personnel Chair, Department of 
English, California State University, Sacramento, 6000 J Street, 
Sacramento, CA 95819-6075.

Mark M. Hennelly, Jr., Chair, Dept. of English
http://www.csus.edu (School of Arts and Letters)

Jill Armstrong
English Department
CSUS
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