LINGUIST List 11.2592

Thu Nov 30 2000

Jobs: Syntax: Asst Prof at West Virginia U, USA

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  1. Frank W. Medley Jr., Syntax: Asst Prof at West Virginia U, USA

Message 1: Syntax: Asst Prof at West Virginia U, USA

Date: 29 Nov 2000 20:31:14 -0000
From: Frank W. Medley Jr. <>
Subject: Syntax: Asst Prof at West Virginia U, USA

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Syntax
Other Desired Areas: Psycholinguistics, Semantics
University or Organization: West Virginia University
Department: Foreign Languages
State or Province: WV
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: March 19, 2001
Contact: Frank W. Medley, Jr.

Address for Applications:
P. O. Box 6298
WV 26506-6298

The Department of Foreign Languages at West Virginia University is
seeking candidates for a tenure-track position in Linguistics with
specialization in Syntax at the rank of Assistant Professor. Also
desired is expertise in Psycholinguistics, Semantics, and other
related areas. This is a full-time nine-month appointment that begins
August 16, 2001.

Requirements include the Ph.D. or equivalent in Linguistics, with
expectation that the degree is in hand by appointment date; evidence
of scholarly orientation and promise of establishing an active
research and publication record; excellence in teaching; and native or
near-native fluency in English; and knowledge of a second
language. The successful candidate will be committed to contributing
to general education, undergraduate, and graduate teaching missions of
the Department; she or he will be expected to teach undergraduate and
graduate courses in our Linguistics and TESOL programs, advise
students, and guide student research.

Send a cover letter, curriculum vitae and three letters of
recommendation to: Chair, Linguistics Search Committee, Department of
Foreign Languages, P.O. Box 6298, West Virginia University, Morgantown,
WV 26506-6298. 

Preliminary interviews at MLA and LSA. 
West Virginia University is an Affirmative Action-Equal Opportunity
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