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Fri Jan 12 2001

Jobs: Sign Lang, Research: Asst/Assoc Prof, NJ, USA

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  1. John Albertini, Sign Lang, Research: Asst/Assoc Prof at National Tech Inst for the Deaf, NY, USA

Message 1: Sign Lang, Research: Asst/Assoc Prof at National Tech Inst for the Deaf, NY, USA

Date: 11 Jan 2001 20:38:13 -0000
From: John Albertini <jaancrrit.edu>
Subject: Sign Lang, Research: Asst/Assoc Prof at National Tech Inst for the Deaf, NY, USA


Rank of Job: Assistant/Associate (Tenure-track)
Areas Required: Institutional Research
Other Desired Areas: Quantitative methods
University or Organization: Rochester Institute of Technology, National
Technical Institute for the Deaf
Department: Research
State or Province: NY
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 28 Feb 2001
Contact: John Albertini jaancrrit.edu

Address for Applications:
96 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester
NY 14623-5604
USA

RESEARCH FACULTY

Ten-month, tenure track, assistant/associate professor position,
flexible starting date.

Conduct research related to student retention, enrollment management,
and graduate follow-up. Teach graduate and/or undergraduate students.

Strong skills in quantitative methods and computer applications,
demonstrated research accomplishments, and Ph.D. or equivalent
required. Fluency in sign language and knowledge of deaf culture
strongly preferred. Ability to contribute in meaningful ways to the
college's continued commitment to cultural diversity, pluralism, and
individual differences strongly preferred. People who are deaf or hard
of hearing, have a disability, or are members of a minority group are
encouraged to apply.

Deadline: February 28, 2001. Reference position #0004 when applying.

Send letter of application, CV, and names and contact information for
three references to:

John Albertini, Chair, Department of Research, National Technical
Institute for the Deaf, 96 Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY
14623-5604. 

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