LINGUIST List 10.1956

Sat Dec 18 1999

Jobs: Corpus Ling/Old Eng:UK, NSF Director

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  1. Susan Pintzuk, Corpus Ling/Old English:Research Fellow at University of York, UK
  2. Chapin, Paul G, NSF, Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences

Message 1: Corpus Ling/Old English:Research Fellow at University of York, UK

Date: Tue, 14 Dec 1999 11:16:57 +0000
From: Susan Pintzuk <sp20york.ac.uk>
Subject: Corpus Ling/Old English:Research Fellow at University of York, UK

Research Fellow in Old English Corpus Syntax

The department is seeking a second researcher to work on a project to
tag and parse an electronic corpus of Old English. The candidate will need a
background in syntax, a good knowledge of Old English, and strong
computer skills, preferably with a PhD in a relevant area of linguistics or
English studies.

The project is funded by a grant awarded to Professor Warner and Dr
Pintzuk by the English Arts and Humanities Research Board, and the principal
researcher is Dr Ann Taylor. The project will result in a tagged and parsed 
corpus of 1.5 million words of Old English.

The post is available from 1 April 2000 for a period of 2 years in the
first instance, and the salary will be within the range GBP16,286 - GBP19,869
per annum.

Further particulars and details of how to apply are given at
http://www.york.ac.uk/admin/persnl/jobs/6094.htm
or write to the Personnel Office, University of York, Heslington, York
YO10 5DD, UK (e-mail: jobsyork.ac.uk), quoting reference number arw/6094.
The closing date for applications is 17 January 2000.
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Message 2: NSF, Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences

Date: Thu, 16 Dec 1999 14:25:27 -0500 (EST)
From: Chapin, Paul G <pchapinnsf.gov>
Subject: NSF, Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences

	
	
The National Science Foundation is seeking qualified candidates for the
position of Director, Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS).
The BCS Division supports research and education in the psychological,
cognitive, linguistic, anthropological, and geographical sciences. 
It includes a staff of approximately 20 employees and a FY 2000 budget of about
$45.33 million. 
	
Detailed information about the position, including qualification
requirements, may be found on the NSF Web site, at
http://www.nsf.gov/cgi-bin/getpub?vep0006a. Applications must be received
by March 1, 2000.
	
	
	
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