LINGUIST List 11.2413

Tue Nov 7 2000

Jobs: TESL, Discourse: Asst/Assoc Prof, U of Florida

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  1. Ratree Wayland, TESL, Discourse Analysis: Asst/Assoc Prof at U of Florida, USA

Message 1: TESL, Discourse Analysis: Asst/Assoc Prof at U of Florida, USA

Date: 6 Nov 2000 21:09:09 -0000
From: Ratree Wayland <>
Subject: TESL, Discourse Analysis: Asst/Assoc Prof at U of Florida, USA

Rank of Job: Assistant or Assoc Professor
Areas Required: TESL, Discourse Analysis
Other Desired Areas: Pragmatics, SLA, ASE
University or Organization: University of Florida
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Florida
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 01/05/01
Contact: Ratree Wayland

Address for Applications:
PO Box 115454
FL 32611


Assistant or Associate Professor; appointment to begin August 2001.

Active involvement in one or two of the following: TESL, Discourse
Analysis, SLA, Pragmatics, and Sociolinguistics; adequate background
in the others.

(A) to teach 2 courses per semester, direct theses and dissertations,
actively research in these areas, share responsibility with other
faculty members in unit's governance, and

(B) direct the International Teaching Assistant Program
(a.k.a. Academic Spoken English [ASE], which is
administered by Linguistics.

Demonstrated strength in teaching; experience in supervision, testing,
and program design; native command of English; Ph.D.

Application: Submit in hard copy by January 15, 2001: 
1) a letter of application outlining research achievements/goals, and
teaching philosophy; and

2) a dossier with at least three recent recommendation letters, a
complete CV, and supportive materials to Dr. Ratree Wayland, Chair,
Linguistics Search Committee, PO Box 115454, U. of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611.

The University of Florida encourages research and teaching with
substantial awards. Details about the Linguistics Program and a fuller
description of this position can be found on our Website 
Minority and women candidates are encouraged to apply.
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