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Message 1: Theoretical Linguistics: AsstProf at Carleton Univ., Ontario Canada

Date: 24 Dec 2001 22:42:23 -0000
From: Ian Pringle <IanPringlepigeon.carleton.ca>
Subject: Theoretical Linguistics: AsstProf at Carleton Univ., Ontario Canada


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor. Possibly higher
Areas Required: Theoretical Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Cognitive Science
University or Organization: Carleton Univ.
Department: School of Linguistics & Applied Lang. Studies
State or Province: Ontario
Country: Canada
Final Date of Application: March 1st, 2002
Contact: Ian Pringle IanPringlepigeon.carleton.ca

Address for Applications:
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa
ON K1S 5B6
Canada

The School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies at Carleton
University invites applications for a tenure-track position in any
area of general or theoretical linguistics. While the intention is to
make appointments at the rank of Assistant Professor, applications for
positions at other ranks will be considered. A Ph.D. and significant
evidence of ability in research and the potential for effective
teaching are required.

Responsibilities will include teaching courses in general linguistics
at the undergraduate level. Successful applicants may also be
considered for a cross appointment in Cognitive Science, where they
supervise Ph.D. students in their area of specialization. Starting
date August 1, 2002.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. The applications
of Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered
first. Carleton University is committed to equality of employment for
women, aboriginal peoples, visible minorities and persons with
disabilities. Persons from these groups are encouraged to apply.

This position is subject to budgetary approval. Applications
should be submitted to Professor Ian Pringle, Director, School of
Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, Carleton University Ottawa,
Ontario K1S 5B6 by March 1, 2002.
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