LINGUIST List 12.858

Tue Mar 27 2001

Jobs: Cog Sci: Post-doc Fellow at U of North Carolina

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  1. Peter C.Gordon, Cog Sci: Post-doc Fellow at U of North Carolina, USA

Message 1: Cog Sci: Post-doc Fellow at U of North Carolina, USA

Date: 26 Mar 2001 14:42:13 -0000
From: Peter C.Gordon <>
Subject: Cog Sci: Post-doc Fellow at U of North Carolina, USA

Rank of Job: Post-doc
Areas Required: cognitive science
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: University of North Carolina
Department: Cognitive Science Program
State or Province: North Carolina
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: April 15, 2001
Contact: Peter C. Gordon

Address for Applications:
Campus Box 3270, UNC
Chapel Hill
NC 27599-3270

The Cognitive Science Program at the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill invites applications for positions as Postdoctoral
Fellows, to begin in July 2001. These positions are supported jointly
by the Cognitive Science Program and by the home Departments of
faculty performing research in the Cognitive Sciences.

The positions will provide the opportunity to engage in scholarly
research, participate in activities of the Cognitive Science Program,
and contribute to the teaching and/or research missions of one of the
related Departments.

Applicants should submit a personal statement describing their
research qualifications and goals in cognitive science. This
statement should indicate the ways in which UNC-Chapel Hill would be
an appropriate place to pursue those goals, giving particular
attention to how the goals relate to ongoing research at UNC-CH. In
addition applicants should submit the following non-returnable
materials: curriculum vitae, up to 5 reprints or preprints, and 3
letters of reference to:
The Chair of the Cognitive Science Postdoctoral Search Committee,
Department of Psychology, CB #3270, Davie Hall, Chapel Hill, NC

All applications received prior to April 15, 2001 will be reviewed.
Applications received after that date will be reviewed until the
positions are filled. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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