LINGUIST List 12.2295

Tue Sep 18 2001

Jobs: 2nd Lang Acquisition: Asst Prof, Michigan USA

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  1. Peter J.Binkert, 2nd Lang Acquisition Theory: Asst Prof, Oakland University, MI USA

Message 1: 2nd Lang Acquisition Theory: Asst Prof, Oakland University, MI USA

Date: 18 Sep 2001 12:51:16 -0000
From: Peter J.Binkert <binkertoakland.edu>
Subject: 2nd Lang Acquisition Theory: Asst Prof, Oakland University, MI USA


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Second Language Acquisition Theory
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Oakland University
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Michigan
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: January 15, 2002
Contact: Peter J. Binkert binkertoakland.edu

Address for Applications:
Oakland University
Rochester
MI 48309-4401
USA

The Department of Linguistics at Oakland University invites 
applications for a tenure track assistant professor with a 
specialization in Second Language Acquisition Theory beginning 
August 15, 2002. The position requires a Ph. D. in Linguistics, 
a strong theoretical background, and a commitment to research 
and teaching. Preference will be given to candidates with 
expertise and interest in another area of linguistics in addition 
to L2. The appointee will be expected to teach courses in ESL 
theory and methodology, general education and the core areas of 
linguistics as well as participate in the continued development 
of the Center for American English. 

Curriculum vitae, samples of work and three letters of reference
should be sent to: Dr. Peter J. Binkert, Chair, Search Committee,
Department of Linguistics, Rochester, MI 48309-4401. 

To ensure full consideration, applications should be received by
January 15, 2002. Preliminary interviews with members of the search
committee are possible at the LSA meeting in San Francisco, January
3-6, 2002. 

Oakland University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity
employer and encourages applications from women and minorities.
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