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Message 1: Studentships in Speech and Language Sciences at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK.

Date: Thu, 14 Mar 2002 11:11:00 GMT0BST
From: Gerry Docherty <G.J.Dochertynewcastle.ac.uk>
Subject: Studentships in Speech and Language Sciences at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK.


Postgraduate Research Studentships in Speech and Language 
Sciences at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. 

Applications are invited from graduates with a good first degree in 
linguistics, speech and language pathology, psychology, education 
and other related subjects (normally at least 2.1 Hons. or 
equivalent) who wish to do a PhD in any of the following areas: 

normal or impaired human communication processes, including 
developmental language and phonological disorders, dyslexia, 
aphasia, motor speech disorders, and dementia; 

assessment and intervention of communication disorders;

bilingualism and cross-linguistic studies of language acquisition and 
disorders; 

applied sociolinguistics;

phonetics.

Full or partial scholarships are available to outstanding applicants. 
Applicants are invited to consult our website for further information 
regarding the Department's research and staff interests 
(www.newcastle.ac.uk/speech). Applicants are also encouraged to 
discuss their ideas with a relevant member of staff. 

Applications may be sent to:

Mrs Gillian Cavagan
Department of Speech
Newcastle University
Queen Victoria Road
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 7RU
United Kingdom

Closing date for applications: 2 April 2002

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Gerry Docherty 
Department of Speech 
University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
UK - NE1 7RU
Ph. +44.191.222.8526 Fax: +44.191.222.6518
Mob: +44.78.14.44.18.60
E-Mail: g.j.dochertyncl.ac.uk
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