LINGUIST List 11.2605

Sat Dec 2 2000

Jobs: Psycholing at U of Massachusetts/Amherst, USA

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  1. Lyn Frazier, Psycholing at U of Massachusetts/Amherst, USA

Message 1: Psycholing at U of Massachusetts/Amherst, USA

Date: 1 Dec 2000 16:11:55 -0000
From: Lyn Frazier <lynlinguist.umass.edu>
Subject: Psycholing at U of Massachusetts/Amherst, USA


Rank of Job: open
Areas Required: Psycholinguistics
Other Desired Areas: Sentence processing
University or Organization: University of Massachusetts/Amherst
Department: Linguistics 
State or Province: Massachusetts
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: January 1, 2001
Contact: Lyn Frazier lynlinguist.umass.edu

Address for Applications:
226 South College
Amherst
MA 01003-9274
USA

The University of Massachusetts/Amherst Linguistics Department expects
to offer a fractional one-year sabbatical replacement position in
psycholinguistics, starting date September 1, 2001.

Teaching load of one co-taught introductory graduate psycholinguistics
course and one or two other courses in sentence processing at the
graduate and undergraduate level. Advising of graduate students in
parsing and participation in the interdisciplinary community of
scholars interested in cognitive science, language disorders, and
language acquisition would also be expected. Salary $35,225. Rank
open.

Candidates should send CV, three letters of reference, and sample
publications by January 1, 2001 for fullest consideration. Teaching
evaluations should also be included, if available. Applications will
be accepted after that date until the position is filled. Candidates
should let us know if they will be available for interviews at the
LSA.

Applications should be sent to:

Psycholinguistics Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
226 South College
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003-9274

Women and members of minority groups are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE.
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