LINGUIST List 11.2529

Fri Nov 24 2000

Jobs: Lang Acquisition Assist. Prof., Indiana Univ.

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  1. Prof.Phil J.Connell, Language Acquisition: Assist. Prof. at Indiana University Bloomington

Message 1: Language Acquisition: Assist. Prof. at Indiana University Bloomington

Date: 21 Nov 2000 16:09:08 -0000
From: Prof.Phil J.Connell <>
Subject: Language Acquisition: Assist. Prof. at Indiana University Bloomington

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Language acquisition
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Indiana University Bloomington
Department: Speech and Hearing Sciences
State or Province: Indiana
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: Until position is filled
Contact: Prof. Phil J. Connell

Address for Applications:
200 S. Jordan Ave.
Indiana 47405

		Indiana University Faculty Position

Faculty position available in the Department of Speech and Hearing
Sciences, Indiana University. Teach and conduct research in language
acquisition of normal and/or clinical populations. Mentor graduate
research. PhD required. Ten-month tenure-track assistant professor
appointment. Salary is competitive and commensurate with level of
experience and qualifications. 

Review of applications will begin November 2000 and will continue until
the position is filled. Start date is August 2001. A curriculum vitae,
letter of application, selected publications/papers, a statement of
teaching and research interests, and three letters of recommendation
should be sent to: 

	Phil J. Connell, Chair
	Search Committee 
	Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences
	200 S. Jordan Ave.
	Bloomington, IN 47405.

Indiana University is a highly regarded public research university and
the undergraduate and graduate programs of the Department of Speech and
Hearing Sciences are ranked among the top ten in the country. The
scenic Bloomington campus is home to approximately 35,000 students,
including approximately 225 undergraduate majors and 100 graduate
students in speech and hearing sciences. The Department has strong
connections to the psychology, linguistics, cognitive science and neural
science programs on the Bloomington campus and with the otolaryngology
department at the School of Medicine, located on the Indianapolis

For more information about the university and the department, consult
the web pages at 

Indiana University is an equal-opportunity/affirmative-action employer.
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