LINGUIST List 13.1005

Fri Apr 12 2002

Jobs: Syntax: AsstProf, Univ/Puerto Rico, PR USA

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  1. Dr.Maria Soledad Rodriguez, Syntax: AsstProf (tenure track), Univ/Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR USA

Message 1: Syntax: AsstProf (tenure track), Univ/Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR USA

Date: 11 Apr 2002 03:54:43 -0000
From: Dr.Maria Soledad Rodriguez <marisol2coqui.net>
Subject: Syntax: AsstProf (tenure track), Univ/Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, PR USA


Rank of Job: Assistant professor (tenure track)
Areas Required: Syntax
Other Desired Areas: Phonology, semantics, language acquisition,
sociolinguistics, ESL as 
University or Organization: University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras
Department: English Dept., College of Humanities
State or Province: Puerto Rico
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: open
Contact: Dr. Maria Soledad Rodriguez marisol2coqui.net

Address for Applications:
Box 23356
San Juan
PR 00931-3356
USA

The University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras announces a tenure-track
position (assistant professor) beginning in August for a specialist in
English Syntax to teach undergraduate courses in English Language and
Linguistics and graduate courses in English Syntax, and serve as
thesis advisor. Secondary areas of emphasis might include phonology,
semantics, language acquisition or sociolinguistics. A willingness to
teach ESL as well as basic and advanced linguistics courses is
helpful.

A Ph.D. in Linguistics and a commitment to research and publication
are required. Knowledge of Spanish is desirable but not required at
the time of initial contract. Teaching load of 12 credits per
semester, competitive salary. Send curriculum vitae, 3 letters of
recommendation, copies of transcripts from all colleges and
universities attended, statement of teaching philosophy and research
interests to Director, Department of English, College of Humanities,
P.O. Box 23356, San Juan, PR 00931-3356. The University of Puerto Rico
is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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