LINGUIST List 11.133

Sun Jan 23 2000

Jobs: English/Japanese/Applied Ling, Korean Language

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  1. Jessica Chen, English/Japanese/Applied Linguistics: Prof/Associate Prof/ Assistant Prof at Yuan Ze Univ, Taiwan Republic of China
  2. Eun-su Cho, Korean Language Lecturer at U of Michigan

Message 1: English/Japanese/Applied Linguistics: Prof/Associate Prof/ Assistant Prof at Yuan Ze Univ, Taiwan Republic of China

Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2000 02:21:15 -0500 (EST)
From: Jessica Chen <hhchensaturn.yzu.edu.tw>
Subject: English/Japanese/Applied Linguistics: Prof/Associate Prof/ Assistant Prof at Yuan Ze Univ, Taiwan Republic of China


Rank of Job: Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor
Areas Required: English, Japanese, Applied Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Yuan Ze University
Department: Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics
State or Province: Taiwan
Country: Republic of China
Final Date of Application: March 10, 2000
Contact: Jessica Chen hhchensaturn.yzu.edu.tw

Address for Applications:
135 Yuan Tung Road
Chungli
Taiwan 320
Republic of China

Seeking New Full-Time Professors
Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics,
Yuan Ze University, Taiwan

1. Rank: Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor

2. Position Requirements: Applicants should be specialists in teaching
 English or Japanese (including courses in basic theory and 
 applications, such as listening, speaking, reading, writing,
 interpretation, translation, computer-aided instruction, and
 multimedia instruction.)

3. Qualifications:
 a) Ph.D. in related fields.
 b) Native speakers, or possessing language ability equivalent to
 native speakers.
 c) Eligible for a certificate issued by the Ministry of Education,
 with a good teaching record.
 d) Outstanding achievements in research.
 e) Ideals and enthusiasm for teaching.
 f) In addition to professional skills, those who have other
 specialties (e.g., can teach two or more languages) are
 preferred.

4. Deadline: Applications must be received by March 12, 2000.

5. Appointments to begin on August 1, 2000.

6. Application Procedure:
 To apply, please submit a) curriculum vitae, two autobiographies
 (in English or Japanese); b) diplomas and transcripts; 3) three
 letters of recommendation; d) list of publications; e) two copies
 of doctoral dissertation and sample publications; f) statement of 
 research and teaching plans (two copies in English or Japanese);
 g) certificate(s) of academic ranking, if any.

 to Professor Ting-Chi Tang
 Chairman, Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics
 Yuan Ze University
 135 Yuan Tung Road
 Chungli, Taiwan 320
 Republic of China
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Message 2: Korean Language Lecturer at U of Michigan

Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2000 10:50:49 -0500
From: Eun-su Cho <eunsuchoumich.edu>
Subject: Korean Language Lecturer at U of Michigan

Position in Korean Language Instruction

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University of Michigan
Department of Asian Languages and Cultures

Seeks candidates for
Korean Language Lectureship

The Department of Asian Languages and Culture seeks to appoint a
full-time lecturer of Korean language beginning Fall Semester, 2000. The
initial appointment will be up to three years with possibility of
renewal. Applicants should have native or near-native fluency in Korean
and at least a M.A. degree in Korean Language, Language Pedagogy,
(Applied) Linguistics or related areas. Appointee should be able to
teach Korean at any level, and train, supervise, and evaluate graduate
student teaching assistants. In addition, the appointee will be expected
to be active in developing new curricular and classroom materials.
Preference will be given to applicants with successful and innovative
teaching experience in a large university setting. Please send
applications, including a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching
interests, three letters of recommendation, and other relevant
supporting materials such as a video tape demonstrating classroom
teaching, to: 

Chair, Korean Lecturer Search Committee
Department of Asian Languages and Cultures
3070 Frieze Building
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285

Review of applications will begin Feb 15, 2000, and will continue until
the position is filled.

The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory/affirmative action
employer.
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