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Mon Sep 17 2001

Jobs: Phonetics AsstProf at Purdue Univ, IN USA

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  1. Jackson T.Gandour, Phonetics, Analysis of speech: AsstProf at Purdue Univ, IN USA

Message 1: Phonetics, Analysis of speech: AsstProf at Purdue Univ, IN USA

Date: 17 Sep 2001 14:40:36 -0000
From: Jackson T.Gandour <>
Subject: Phonetics, Analysis of speech: AsstProf at Purdue Univ, IN USA

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: acoustics, acoustic analysis of speech
Other Desired Areas: speech perception
University or Organization: Purdue University
Department: Audiology & Speech Sciences
State or Province: Indiana
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: Dec. 3, 2001 or until filled
Contact: Jackson T. Gandour

Address for Applications:
1353 Heavilon Hall
West Lafayette
Indiana 47907-1353

Assistant Professor position available in Speech Science; Department of
Audiology and Speech Sciences; Purdue University; West Lafayette, IN
47907-1353. This position is a tenure track 10-month position available
Fall 2002. Ph.D. required. Teaching duties include teaching
undergraduate and graduate courses in acoustics, acoustic analysis of
speech, and speech perception. Successful candidate is expected to
pursue an active research program in an area related to normal and/or
disordered speech/hearing processes. To be assured of full
consideration, applications should be received by December 3, 2001. 
However, applications will continue to be accepted until the position is
filled. A curriculum vitae, letter of application, selected
publications/papers, and three letters of recommendation that address
the candidate's potential abilities in both teaching and research
should be sent to: Jackson T. Gandour, Ph.D., Chair, Search Committee,
Department of Audiology and Speech Sciences, Heavilon Hall, Purdue
University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1353. E-mail correspondence should
be directed to: Purdue is an equal access/equal
opportunity/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a
diverse workforce.
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