LINGUIST List 10.1486

Fri Oct 8 1999

Jobs: ESL, Formal Linguistics

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  1. Rebecca S. Wheeler, ESL/COMP- Asst Prof. at Christopher Newport Univ., Newport News, VA
  2. Peter J. Binkert, Formal Ling- Asst Prof at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan

Message 1: ESL/COMP- Asst Prof. at Christopher Newport Univ., Newport News, VA

Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 20:36:39 -0400
From: Rebecca S. Wheeler <rwheelercnu.edu>
Subject: ESL/COMP- Asst Prof. at Christopher Newport Univ., Newport News, VA


Assistant Professor of English

The Department of English at Christopher Newport University seeks
applications for one assistant professor position (tenure-track) in the
fields of ESL and composition, for probationary appointment for the
1999-2000 academic year. Successful candidates will have the appropriate
doctorate in English or Composition; a commitment to teaching freshman
composition; and demonstrated interest in scholarship and publication.
Also desirable: administrative experience and K-12 teaching experience.

The teaching load is four courses per semester. Salary is competitive.
Christopher Newport University is a comprehensive, state-supported
institution that offers literature, writing, and language arts tracks of
the B.A. in English and an M.A.T. in Language Arts. All members of the
English Department regularly teach Freshman English. The position is
contingent upon funding approval by the Legislature of the Commonwealth
of Virginia.

Send letter of application, current resume, and three letters of
recommendation to:

Dr. Jay Paul,
Search Committee Chair
Dept of English
Christopher Newport University
1 University Place,
Newport News, VA 23606

Review of complete applications will begin on November 15, 1999 and
continue until the position is filled.

Christopher Newport University employs only U.S. citizens and aliens
lawfully authorized to work in the U.S. Applications from women and
minorities are encouraged. EEO/AA.
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Message 2: Formal Ling- Asst Prof at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan

Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 16:04:04 -0400 (EDT)
From: Peter J. Binkert <binkertOakland.edu>
Subject: Formal Ling- Asst Prof at Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan


The Department of Linguistics at Oakland University invites applications
for a tenure track assistant professor, appointment effective August 15,
2000.

We are seeking a theoretical linguist with a broad range of interests
and a specialization in some ancillary area such as L1/L2 acquisition
theory, sociolinguistics, or neurolinguistics. The appointee will be
expected to teach courses and maintain an active research program in
her or his area of specialization, as well as teach additional courses
in the core areas of linguistics. The position requires a Ph.D in
Linguistics, a strong theoretical background, and a commitment to
research and teaching.

Curriculum vitae, samples of work and three letters of reference
should be sent to:

Peter J. Binkert, Chair,
Department of Linguistics,
Oakland University,
Rochester, MI 48309-4401

Preliminary interviews with members of the search committee will be
held at the LSA meeting in Chicago, January 6-9, 2000; candidates who
plan on attending the meeting should submit their applications by
December 1 so that interviews can be arranged; those unable to attend
are still encouraged to apply. All applications received by January
15, 2000 will receive full consideration.

Oakland University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity
employer and encourages applications from women and minorities. For
information about Oakland University, see http://www.oakland.edu. For
information about the Linguistics Department, see
http://pro.lin.oakland.edu.

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