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Jobs: Psycholing Assoc or Asst Prof, U/Louisiana USA

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  1. Claude G Cech, Psycholinguistics: Assoc or Senior Asst at U/Louisiana, Lafayette, USA

Message 1: Psycholinguistics: Assoc or Senior Asst at U/Louisiana, Lafayette, USA

Date: 21 Sep 2001 19:05:32 -0000
From: Claude G Cech <cechlouisiana.edu>
Subject: Psycholinguistics: Assoc or Senior Asst at U/Louisiana, Lafayette, USA


Rank of Job: associate or senior assistant
Areas Required: linguistics/psycholinguistics
Other Desired Areas: cognitive science
University or Organization: U. Louisiana at Lafayette
Department: Institute of Cognitive Science
State or Province: Louisiana
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: until position is filled
Contact: Claude G Cech cechlouisiana.edu

Address for Applications:
Institute of Cognitive Science, PO Drawer43772
Lafayette
LA 70504-3772
USA

FACULTY POSITION IN THE INSTITUTE OF COGNITIVE SCIENCE. The Institute
of Cognitive Science at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette
invites applications for a tenure-track faculty appointment for the
Fall of 2002. The appointment will be made at the associate professor
or senior assistant professor level. The Institute of Cognitive
Science is a graduate unit offering a Ph.D. program in cognitive
science. Focus areas of the program are in cognitive processes,
comparative cognition, cognitive development, computational models of
mind, cognitive neuroscience, and linguistic/psycholinguistic
processes. 

Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in cognitive science, psychology, or a
related discipline, and must exhibit evidence of a productive research
program. Please send a curriculum vitae, selected reprints, and at
least three letters of reference to Subrata Dasgupta, Institute of
Cognitive Science, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, P.O. Drawer
43772, Lafayette, LA 70504-3772. Formal review of applications will
commence December 1, 2001, but applications will be accepted until the
position is filled.

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action employee.
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