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Wed Sep 27 2000

Jobs: Spanish/Applied Ling: Asst Prof, Northeastern U

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Message 1: Spanish: Asst Prof at Northeastern U, MA, USA

Date: Mon, 25 Sep 2000 14:49:01 -0400
From: lynx <sasadowlynx.dac.neu.edu>
Subject: Spanish: Asst Prof at Northeastern U, MA, USA

Assistant Professor
Department of Modern Languages
Northeastern University, Boston

Position Description:

The Department of Modern Languages invites applications for an
entry-level tenure-track position in Applied Linguistics with an
emphasis on Applied Linguistics Language Pedagogy. The department is
particularly interested in candidates who can combine expertise in
Language Pedagogy and Applied Linguistics with an ability to teach
Spanish. The appointment begins in September 2001 and, as with all new
university appointments, is dependent on final university approval
and funding. The appointment will be at the Assistant Professor level,
and the candidate will be expected to contribute in the normal ways
to the department. 

The successful candidate will have native or near-native fluency in
Spanish and have a completed Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics or Language
Pedagogy or a Ph.D. in Spanish with a concentration in Applied
Linguistics or Language Pedagogy. The candidate will also provide
evidence of successful teaching of Spanish at all levels and evidence
of scholarly promise. Inquiries from minority candidates are
especially welcome. 

Send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of
reference from academic sources to: 
Professor Stephen Sadow, 
Search Committee Chair, 
Department of Modern Languages, 
405 Meserve Hall,
Northeastern University, 
Boston, 
MA 02115. 

Review of applications will be on-going and will conclude in
mid-January. Additional questions can be addressed to
sasadowlynx.neu.edu.

Northeastern University is an Affirmative Action, Title IX, and Equal
Opportunity Employer.
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