LINGUIST List 13.2567

Wed Oct 9 2002

Jobs: Spanish & Applied Ling, Michigan State Univ

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  1. lunn, Spanish & Applied Ling: Rank Open, Michigan State University, MI, USA

Message 1: Spanish & Applied Ling: Rank Open, Michigan State University, MI, USA

Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 12:38:32 +0000
From: lunn <>
Subject: Spanish & Applied Ling: Rank Open, Michigan State University, MI, USA

University or Organization: Michigan State University
Rank of Job: Rank Open
Specialty Areas Required: Applied Linguistics, Language Acquisition
Required Language:Spanish (Code = SPN)


The Department of Romance and Classical Languages at Michigan State 
University seeks an applied linguist to take a leadership role in the 
development of a high quality and effective language curriculum in a 
newly revised undergraduate Spanish program and the MA program in 
Applied Spanish Linguistics.

Qualifications: Ph.D. in Spanish linguistics completed by date of 
appointment (16 August, 2003), native or near-native fluency in 
Spanish and English, demonstrated excellence in teaching and research. 
Specialization in second language acquisition/pedagogy or other 
relevant fields and a record of accomplishment in effective language 
curriculum development.

Expectations: Effective leadership in the development and maintenance 
of the Spanish language program. Innovative collaborations with MSU's 
Study Abroad programs and the Language Learning Center. Effective 
teaching and curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels; 
scholarly agenda consistent with a research-intensive, land-grant 
institution. Participation in the college general education program, 
via the Center for Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities 
(IAH), and in other interdisciplinary centers, such as the Center for 
Language Education and Research (CLEAR) and the Center for Latin 
American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS).

Michigan State University is an equal opportunity institution. Women 
and minorities are encouraged to apply. Persons with disabilities may 
request and receive reasonable accommodation. Send letter of 
application, CV and complete dossier by November 15, 2002 to Professor 
John Rauk, Interim Chair, Department of Romance and Classical 
Languages, 256 Old Horticulture Building, Michigan State University, 

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Professor John Rauk
	Romance and Classical Languages
	Michigan State University
	Department of Romance and Classical Languages
	256 Old Horticulture Building
	East Lansing, MI 48824-1112
	United States of America 
	Applications are due by 15-Nov-2002

Contact Information:
	Professor Nancy Marino.
	Tel: 517 353-0769, ex 108
	Fax: 517 432-3844

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