LINGUIST List 12.2293

Tue Sep 18 2001

Jobs: 2nd Lang Acquisition: Postdoctoral fellowship

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  1. culver, 2nd Lang Acquisition: Postdoctoral fellowship, Southern California

Message 1: 2nd Lang Acquisition: Postdoctoral fellowship, Southern California

Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 12:01:43 -0700
From: culver <>
Subject: 2nd Lang Acquisition: Postdoctoral fellowship, Southern California

University of Southern California, The Department of Linguistics
invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship funded through a
grant to the university from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The
fellowship is for a period of one academic year, beginning September
1, 2002. We are seeking recent Ph.D.s in Linguistics with a specialty
in formal approaches to adult Second Language Acquisition. In
accordance with the fellowship guidelines, all requirements for the
Ph.D. must be completed prior to the start of the fellowship period.
The salary is $36,000; the recipient will be expected to teach one
graduate- level course in each of two semesters and to give a
colloquium to the department at some time during the fellowship year.

For fullest consideration, candidates should ensure that their
application arrives before November 15, 2001. The application should
include the candidates CV (indicating an email address), statements of
research and teaching interests, teaching evaluations (if available),
and reprints or other written work. Candidates should arrange to have
2-3 letters of reference sent directly to the search committee by the
application deadline; if possible, one of the letters should
specifically address the applicant's teaching qualifications. 

Send all materials to: Mellon Search Committee, Dept. of Linguistics,
Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-1693; tel. (213)
740-2986; fax (213) 740-9306. Email inquiries should be directed to
the search committee at The web page for the
department is: 
The University of Southern California is an equal opportunity/affirmative 
action employer.
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