LINGUIST List 11.1938

Thu Sep 14 2000

Jobs: German SLA Assistant Prof/Georgetown University

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  1. Cristina Sanz, German SLA Assistant Prof, Georgetown University

Message 1: German SLA Assistant Prof, Georgetown University

Date: Thu, 14 Sep 2000 13:37:33 -0700
From: Cristina Sanz <>
Subject: German SLA Assistant Prof, Georgetown University

Georgetown U

German, Washington DC 20057
Assistant Professor of German

The German Department at Georgetown University, Washington, DC,
invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position at the
Assistant Professor level, to begin with the fall semester of
2001. The position is central to the Department's commitment to
preparing its graduate students in the area of teaching through a
mentored TA development program. The Department's collaborative
culture and its four-year integrated content-oriented and task-based
undergraduate curriculum provide a highly favorable context for
coordinating various curricular activities, planning and implementing
TA- and faculty-development efforts, enhancing the use of technology
in instruction, and conducting research focused on diverse aspects of
instructed SLA. Teaching arrangements are 2/1 courses (graduate or
undergraduate) per academic year. The successful candidate will have
earned a Ph.D. with a strong background in German, Applied
Linguistics/SLA, and will have native or near-native fluency in
German. Please send letter of application and dossier, postmarked by
Nov. 3, to Dr. Heidi Byrnes, German Department, ICC 469, Georgetown
University, Washington, DC 20057. Georgetown University is an EO/AA
employer. Minority candidates and women are especially encouraged to

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Cristina Sanz
Associate Professor of Spanish Applied Linguistics
Georgetown University
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