LINGUIST List 10.1777

Tue Nov 23 1999

Support: Syracuse University Teaching Assistantships

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  1. writchie, Syracuse University Teaching Assistantships

Message 1: Syracuse University Teaching Assistantships

Date: Mon, 22 Nov 1999 20:51:36 -0500
From: writchie <>
Subject: Syracuse University Teaching Assistantships

 The Linguistic Studies Program at Syracuse University, Syracuse,
NY, USA, will have a number of Teaching Assistantships available beginning
in Fall 2000 as support for those interested in pursuing an American
Master's degree in Linguistic Studies with concentrations in any one of the
following six areas: (1) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages,
(2) Linguistic Analysis, (3) Language in Culture and Society, (4) Logic and
Language, (5) Language Acquisition, (6) Information Representation and
 The available Teaching Assistantships involve teaching duties in
the following areas: elementary/intermediate courses in French language,
Spanish language, Chinese language, Japanese language, and
intermediate/advanced courses in English as a Second Language. Recipients
of these awards receive tuition and a stipend that will cover living
 To ensure consideration for these TAships, applications should
reach the the Graduate Admissions Office at Syracuse University by Jan. 15,
2000. However, the competition will remain open until all awards are
granted. Candidates for language TAships must have at least native-like
proficiency in the language and must, of course, meet requirements for
admission to the program.
 For application materials, address an inquiry to the Graduate
Admissions Office, 303 Bowne Hall, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
13244-1200, USA or at one of the following -- voice phone USA (315)
443-4492 or FAX USA (315) 443-3423 or email <GRADSCHLSYR.EDU>. For
further information about the MA in Linguistic Studies and something about
the duties and stipends of TAs in the Department of Languages, Literatures,
and Linguistics at Syracuse, see our website at 
For answers to any questions left unanswered at the website, contact William C.
Ritchie at voice phone USA (315) 443-5905 or FAX USA (315) 443-5376 or
email at <>.

 Thank you,
 William C,. Ritchie
 Associate Professor
 Graduate Advisor
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