LINGUIST List 12.2140

Sat Sep 1 2001

Jobs: Theoretical/Applied Ling/Asst Prof/USA

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  1. Dr.Loftus Jestin, Assistant Professor at Central Connecticut State University, CT USA

Message 1: Assistant Professor at Central Connecticut State University, CT USA

Date: 29 Aug 2001 16:56:09 -0000
From: Dr.Loftus Jestin <>
Subject: Assistant Professor at Central Connecticut State University, CT USA

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: See below
Other Desired Areas: See below
University or Organization: Central Connecticut State University
Department: English
State or Province: CT
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: Review of candidates will begin on Nov. 5,
Contact: Dr. Loftus Jestin

Address for Applications:
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain
CT 06050

Assistant Professor - F-196. Tenure-track position, pending funding.
To teach courses in theoretical and applied linguistics (especially
sociolinguistics and TESOL methods) in a TESOL M.S. and certification
program. Supervision of Pre K-12 student teaching. Teach and develop
curriculum of undergraduate linguistics courses, such as Introduction
to Language and History of the English Language. May also teach ESOL
courses or Freshman Composition. Further responsibilities include
committee work, participation in conferences, and publication.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in linguistics with a strong background in
language teaching required, preferably with a master's degree in
TESOL. Desired areas of specialization: sociolinguistics; history of
English; TESOL methods. Evidence of publications and professional
activity in the field required. Credentials and/or experience
substantially comparable to the above may be considered.

Please send letter of application (indicating position), CV,
transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to: Dr. Loftus
Jestin, Chairman, Department of English, Central Connecticut State
University New Britain, CT 06050. Review of candidates will begin on
November 5, 2001.

Central Connecticut State University aggressively pursues a program of
equal employment and educational opportunity and affirmative action.
Members of all underrepresented groups, women, veterans, and persons
with disabilities are invited and encouraged to apply.

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