LINGUIST List 12.2874

Thu Nov 15 2001

Jobs: General Ling: Asst Prof, Illinois USA

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  1. Ron Fortune, Chair, General Ling: Asst Prof at Illinois State Univ, USA

Message 1: General Ling: Asst Prof at Illinois State Univ, USA

Date: 15 Nov 2001 05:41:48 -0000
From: Ron Fortune, Chair <rfortuneilstu.edu>
Subject: General Ling: Asst Prof at Illinois State Univ, USA


Rank of Job: Tenure-track Assistant Professor
Areas Required: The Structure of English
Other Desired Areas: ESL Grammar
University or Organization: Illinois State University
Department: English
State or Province: Illinois
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: November 16, 2001
Contact: Ron Fortune, Chair, rfortuneilstu.edu

Address for Applications:
Department of English, Campus Box 4240
Normal
Illinois 61790- 4240
USA

Illinois State University
English, Normal IL 61790
Assistant Professor of English
http://www.English.ilstu.edu

Given our Ph.D. in English Studies, we seek candidates prepared to
work in a department that stresses the relationships among
literatures, languages, and rhetorics, as well as both undergraduate
and graduate teaching. A tenure-track Assistant Professor position is
anticipated in Linguistics with a specialization in the structure of
English, including ESL Grammar. Requirements to be met by appointment
date: 1)terminal degree, 2) dissertation and/or publications in the
field, and 3) demonstrated commitment to publishing and
teaching. Position start date: August 16, 2002. The successful
applicant must be legally authorized to work in the United States by
August 16, 2002. 

To assure full consideration, please send letter, vita, and complete
dossier by November 16, 2001 to: Ron Fortune, Chair, Department of
English, Campus Box 4240, Normal, Illinois 61790- 4240. Applications
acknowledged. Illinois State University is an equal opportunity,
affirmative action University encouraging diversity. Email inquiries
to rfortuneilstu.edu
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