LINGUIST List 12.104

Thu Jan 18 2001

Jobs: Applied/Comparative Ling, William Paterson U

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Message 1: Position in Applied/Comparative Linguistics

Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2001 10:29:55 -0500
From: Yoon, Keumsil <YoonKwpunj.edu>
Subject: Position in Applied/Comparative Linguistics

Tenure-track Position Announcement
Applied/Comparative Linguistics, SLA, or strongly related area
September, 2001


Assistant Professor, Ph.D. in Applied/Comparative Linguistics, Second
Language Acquisition, or strongly related area required. Tenure-track
position for Fall 2001. Demonstrated ability to teach Structure of American
English, ESL/EFL methodology, and a language other than English required.
Publication and solid research agenda. Proficency in use of instructional
technology preferred.

(Please note that this position is different from the "Position in Applied
Linguistics" announced earlier in November/December, 2000. Both positions
are to be filled for Fall 2001. If you applied earlier, and wish to apply
for this position as well, please send us a letter.)

Candidates should send letters of application, cv, and dossier to the Chair
of the Department. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until
the position is filled. 

Dr. Bruce Williams
Chair, Department of Languages and Cultures
William Paterson University
300 Pompton Road
Wayne, New Jersey 07470

Phone: 973-541-3035
E-mail: williamsbwpunj.edu

William Paterson University is a comprehensive public university situated on
a surburban campus 20 miles west of New York City. The University is
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to the goals of
educational excellence, cultural and intellectual diverisity and a
reciprocal relationship with the region. Further information about the
University and the departmental programs can be obtained electronically to
its website at http://www.wpunj.edu
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