LINGUIST List 13.2781

Tue Oct 29 2002

Jobs: Socioling or Psycholing: AsstProf, Florida USA

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  1. dmatias, Sociolinguist or Psycholinguist: AsstProf, U/Central Florida, USA

Message 1: Sociolinguist or Psycholinguist: AsstProf, U/Central Florida, USA

Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 13:00:21 +0000
From: dmatias <>
Subject: Sociolinguist or Psycholinguist: AsstProf, U/Central Florida, USA

University or Organization: University of Central Florida
Department: English
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Psycholinguistics, Sociolinguistics


U of Central Florida
English, PO Box 161346 Orlando FL 32816

Assistant Professor in Linguistics

Assistant Professor of English, sociolinguist or psycholinguist, able
to teach introductory through graduate courses, including in Texts and
Technologies Ph.D. Program and proposed M.A. in Rhetoric and
Composition. Research desirable in such areas as simulation and
modeling, internet, government, military discourses, multiple
literacies, or visual languages. Strong teaching record with promise
of significant scholarship. Tenure-track position begins August 2003.
Ph.D. or equivalent expected by start date.

Send letter of application specifying the position sought and c.v. to
Patrick D. Murphy, Chair, at the address below. Screening begins
October 31st and will continue until position is filled. Phone
interviews to be conducted around mid-January to mid-February.
Because of our commitment to diversity, we actively seek applications
from women and minorities. UCF is an AA/EEO employer. As an agency
of the State of Florida, UCF makes all selection procedures and
application materials available for public review upon request.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Patrick Murphy
	University of Central Florida
	P.O. Box 161346
	Orlando, FL 32816-1346
	United States of America 
	Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Denise Matias.
	Tel: 407-823-2213

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