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Sun Jul 16 2000

Jobs: Comp Ling: Visiting Assistant Prof, U of Mich

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  1. Prof.Marilyn Shatz, Computational Ling: Visiting Assistant Professor at University of Michigan, Michigan USA

Message 1: Computational Ling: Visiting Assistant Professor at University of Michigan, Michigan USA

Date: 14 Jul 2000 00:10:15 -0000
From: Prof.Marilyn Shatz <mshatzumich.edu>
Subject: Computational Ling: Visiting Assistant Professor at University of Michigan, Michigan USA


Rank of Job: Visiting Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Computational Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of Michigan
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Michigan
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: November 1, 2000
Contact: Prof. Marilyn Shatz mshatz

Address for Applications:
1076 Frieze Bldg.
Ann Arbor
Michigan 48109-1285
USA

Institution: UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Position: Visiting Assistant Professor


The Program in Linguistics at the University of Michigan invites
applications for a one-year position as Visiting Research Assistant
Professor in Computational Linguistics (with the possibility of renewal
for another year), beginning September 2001. The position will include
1/2 time teaching responsibilities in computational linguistics (one
course per semester) and 1/2 time research as the Language Learning
Visiting Research Assistant Professor.

We seek outstanding applicants who have graduate training in
Linguistics, knowledge of computer science, and advanced experience
with some form of language-related technology. A Ph.D. by the start
of the appointment is required.

A letter of application, CV, one representative publication, and three
letters of recommendation should be sent to Professor Marilyn Shatz,
Director, Program in Linguistics, The University of Michigan, 1076
Frieze Building Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285. The search committee will
begin to examine dossiers November 1, 2000.

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