LINGUIST List 11.2119

Tue Oct 3 2000

Jobs: French/SLA: Lang Coordinator at Indiana U, USA

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  1. Barbara S. Vance, French/SLA: Junior/Senior Lang Coordinator at Indiana U, USA

Message 1: French/SLA: Junior/Senior Lang Coordinator at Indiana U, USA

Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2000 14:16:12 -0500 (EST)
From: Barbara S. Vance <bvanceindiana.edu>
Subject: French/SLA: Junior/Senior Lang Coordinator at Indiana U, USA



Department of French and Italian
Indiana University
Position as French Language Coordinator

Appointment beginning August 2001 for a junior or senior tenure-track
specialist in second language acquisition or applied linguistics to serve as
coordinator of French language instruction. Duties include: coordinating
first and second-year language courses, training graduate assistants,
teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and directing
dissertations. 

The ideal profile for a senior applicant is a solid publication
record, outstanding pedagogical qualifications, and experience in the
coordination of basic language instruction and teacher training, as
well as material development. Familiarity with current technological
supports, e.g., interactive computer-assisted instruction, Internet,
is highly desirable. For a junior applicant, we are looking for
completion or near completion of a PhD dissertation in applied
linguistics, language acquisition, or methodology, as well as some
supervisory experience. The language coordinator is assisted by three
full-time instructors holding the PhD degree or ABD status.

Please send a letter of application, CV, sample publications, and
three references postmarked by November 15, 2000 to Professor Albert
Valdman, Chair, Search Committee for French Language Coordinator,
Dept. of French & Italian, Indiana University, 1020 E. Kirkwood Ave.,
Bloomington, IN 47405. 

Indiana University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
employer. Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to
apply.
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