LINGUIST List 12.422

Thu Feb 15 2001

FYI: Summer: Chinese/Japanese, Faculty Development

Editor for this issue: Lydia Grebenyova <lydialinguistlist.org>


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  1. yi li, Summer - Intensive Chinese/Japanese Lang, Teacher Training
  2. JFDP, Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP), ACTR/ACCELS

Message 1: Summer - Intensive Chinese/Japanese Lang, Teacher Training

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 12:20:19 -0800
From: yi li <li.47osu.edu>
Subject: Summer - Intensive Chinese/Japanese Lang, Teacher Training

Summer Programs East Asian Concentration

Intensive Chinese/Japanese Languages

(June 18-August 24)

&

Chinese/Japanese Teacher Training

(June 18-August 3)

The Ohio State University Department of East Asian Languages
and Literatures, in conjunction with the OSU National East Asian
Languages Resource Center, is offering intensive summer programs for
learners of Chinese/Japanese, and teachers of Chinese/Japanese languages
during the summer of 2001. The 10-week intensive Chinese (Levels I and
IV) and Japanese (Levels I, II, and IV) language programs allow learners
to complete the equivalent of a full academic year of language study and
earn 15 credit hours. The Training Programs for Teachers of
Chinese/Japanese (15 graduate credits) provide lectures, master classes,
workshops, and hands-on teaching practice over 7 weeks. 

Professor Mari Noda of the Ohio State University, co-author of Japanese:
The Spoken Language, is director of SPEAC and director of the Training
Programs for Teachers of Japanese. Professor Matthew Christensen of
Brigham Young University, co-author of Kaleidoscope: A Course in Spoken
Cantonese, is director of the Training Program in Teaching Chinese.

Applicants who submit their application materials prior to March 9, 2001,
will receive priority consideration for admission and fellowships. 
Fellowships are available to a limited number of qualified applicants on
a competitive basis. Final deadline is April 2, 2001. The deadlines for
international students are: February 9 (priority consideration) and
February 28, 2001 (final deadline).

For more information and application, please contact: SPEAC Coordinator,
Foreign Language Center, The Ohio State University, 276 Cunz Hall, 1841
Millikin Rd., Columbus, OH 43210. Tel: (614) 292-4361. Fax: (614)
292-2682. E-mail: speacosu.edu. Please visit our web site to get more
information about SPEAC: http://www.deall.ohio-state.edu/speac/ .

Best regards,

Liyi
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Message 2: Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP), ACTR/ACCELS

Date: Mon, 12 Feb 2001 20:04:39 -0500
From: JFDP <JFDPactr.org>
Subject: Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP), ACTR/ACCELS

Call for Applications
from U.S. Host Institutions
for the 2001-2002 Academic Year

AMERICAN COUNCILS FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION: ACTR/ACCELS
JUNIOR FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (JFDP)

The Junior Faculty Development Program (JFDP) brings university faculty from 
the Newly Independent States (NIS) to the United States for a one-year 
fellowship. Current JFDP Fellows are from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, 
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. The 
fellowship consists of non-degree study in the Humanities and Social Sciences,
during which the Fellows create curricula for new courses, modify curricula 
for courses they already teach, and develop new teaching methodologies. 
In addition, JFDP Fellows may focus on developing the administrative 
infrastructures of their home universities. Fellows fulfill these goals by 
informally auditing and observing courses, working with faculty in hosting 
departments, networking, attending conferences, and teaching (if circumstances
permit). The program lasts one year, and includes a summer practicum.

The JFDP is fully funded by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of 
the U.S. Department of State, and is administered by the American Councils 
for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS.

Please visit the JFDP website at http://www.actr.org/jfdp or write to 
jfdpactr.org to receive more information and an application. All interested 
faculty, departments, research centers and university offices are welcome to 
apply.

Deadline for submitting application: March 30, 2001.
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