LINGUIST List 12.2564

Mon Oct 15 2001

Jobs: Spanish Techonlogy AsstProf at U/Nevada, USA

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  1. Dick Gerdes, Spanish Technology: AsstProf, Tenure-Track at U/Nevada, Las Vegas, USA

Message 1: Spanish Technology: AsstProf, Tenure-Track at U/Nevada, Las Vegas, USA

Date: 15 Oct 2001 16:20:16 -0000
From: Dick Gerdes <>
Subject: Spanish Technology: AsstProf, Tenure-Track at U/Nevada, Las Vegas, USA

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track
Areas Required: Spanish Technology
Other Desired Areas: N/A
University or Organization: University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Department: Foreign Languages
State or Province: Las Vegas
Country: NV
Final Date of Application: N/A
Contact: Dick Gerdes

Address for Applications:
4505 S Maryland Pkwy, Box 455047
Las Vegas
NV 89154-5047

To teach innovative graduate and undergraduate courses in technology 
and language teaching. Specialization open. Evidence of successful 
university teaching and commitment to scholarly research and service.
Ph.D. in Spanish or equivalent in hand.Salary is commensurate with 
qualifications and experience. Position is contingent upon funding.
Search committee will be available to meet candidates at MLA.

Please submit a letter of interest indicating the POSITION TITLE, a 
detailed resume listing qualifications and experience, and the names,
addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three professional 
references who may be contacted. Applicants should fully describe 
their qualifications and experience, with specific reference to each 
of the minimum and preferred qualifications because this is the 
information on which the initial review of materials will be based.
 The review of materials will begin November 15, 2001, and will 
continue until the position is filled. Documentation may be mailed to:

UNLV Assistant Professor of Spanish Search Committee
Attn: Dick Gerdes Search Chair
4505 S Maryland Pkwy, Box 455047
Las Vegas, NV 89154-5047

UNLV is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. Persons 
are selected on the basis of ability without regard to race, color, 
sex, age, national origin, sexal orientation, religion, disability or
veteran status. 
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