LINGUIST List 11.2132

Wed Oct 4 2000

Jobs: French Ling: Asst Prof at Michigan State U, USA

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  1. Ehsan Ahmed, French/Romance Ling: Asst Prof at Michigan State U, USA

Message 1: French/Romance Ling: Asst Prof at Michigan State U, USA

Date: 3 Oct 2000 18:15:33 -0000
From: Ehsan Ahmed <>
Subject: French/Romance Ling: Asst Prof at Michigan State U, USA

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Romance Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Michigan State University
Department: Romance and Classical Languages
State or Province: MI
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: November 15, 2000
Contact: Ehsan Ahmed

Address for Applications:
258 Old Horticulture Building
East Lansing
MI 48824-1112

Tenure System, academic year appointment to begin August 16, 2001. 

Primary language French, second Romance Language desirable. Training
and experience in supervision of TAs is essential. Demonstration of
excellence in teaching and research. Required: Native or near-native
fluency in French and English, Ph.D. completed by date of appointment. 
Teaching assignments will include courses in theoretical and applied
Romance and French Linguistics; supervision of first and second-year
French program. Participation is also expected in the College general
education program, such as the Center for Integrative Studies in the
Arts and Humanities, and other interdisciplinary programs involving
linguistics, such as The Center for Language Education and Research. 

MSU is an affirmative action equal opportunity institution. Women and
minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Persons with
disabilities may request and receive reasonable accommodation. 

Send letter of application, CV, and complete dossier by November 15,
2000, to Professor Ehsan Ahmed, Chair, Search Committee, Department of
Romance and Classical Languages, Michigan State University, 258 Old
Horticulture Building, East Lansing, MI 48824-1112
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