LINGUIST List 13.1103

Sun Apr 21 2002

Jobs: Second Lang Acquisition: U/Kansas USA

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  1. Sara Rosen, Second Lang Acquisition: AsstProf, non-tenured at Univ/Kansas, USA

Message 1: Second Lang Acquisition: AsstProf, non-tenured at Univ/Kansas, USA

Date: 21 Apr 2002 18:05:58 -0000
From: Sara Rosen <>
Subject: Second Lang Acquisition: AsstProf, non-tenured at Univ/Kansas, USA

Rank of Job: Assistant Professor, non-tenure track
Areas Required: Second Language Acquisition
Other Desired Areas: Phonology
University or Organization: University of Kansas
Department: Department of Linguistics
State or Province: Kansas
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: May 15, 2002
Contact: Sara Rosen

Address for Applications:
1541 Lilac Lane
KS 66044-3177

The Linguistics Department at the University of Kansas invites
applications for an academic year, non-tenure track visiting Assistant
Professor starting August 18, 2002, subject to budgetary approval. A
Ph.D. in linguistics or a closely related field is required with a
specialization in second language acquisition. An emphasis in a
secondary field, such as phonology, is preferred. The successful
candidate will have a strong record of research in second language
acquisition. The preferred candidate will also teach courses in another
area of linguistics, such as phonology or syntax. A complete
application will include a letter of application, curriculum vitae,
sample publications, and three letters of reference. Please include
phone number and e-mail address, and send to: Linguistics Search
Committee, Linguistics Department, University of Kansas, 1541 Lilac
Lane, Lawrence, KS 66044-3177. Further information concerning the
position may be obtained by telephone (785-864-3450) or by e-mail
( Women and minorities are particularly encouraged
to apply. First priority will be given to applications received by May
15, 2002. Interviews will be conducted by telephone. Salary is set at
$35,000. EO/AA Employer. 
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