LINGUIST List 15.2159

Wed Jul 28 2004

Jobs: Psycholinguistics: Asst Prof, Rutgers

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  1. langsearch, Psycholinguistics: Asst Prof, Rutgers University

Message 1: Psycholinguistics: Asst Prof, Rutgers University

Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 14:59:53 -0400 (EDT)
From: langsearch <>
Subject: Psycholinguistics: Asst Prof, Rutgers University

University or Organization: Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Department: RuCCS, Linguistics, CS, Psychology
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Psycholinguistics, Computer Science or Psychology


Psycholinguist or Computational Linguist. The Rutgers Center for
Cognitive Science together with the Computer Science, Linguistics and
Psychology Departments at Rutgers, New Brunswick, seeks a
psycholinguist and/or a computational linguist, whose research spans
at least two of the three disciplines, for a tenure-track appointment
at either the advanced Assistant or beginning Associate Professor
level. A successful applicant should have an outstanding research
program, a serious commitment to teaching, grant procurement
potential, and a strong commitment to interdisciplinary research and
scholarship in a rich and supportive cognitive science environment.
Please send a vita and a personal statement outlining your research
agenda and teaching philosophy, and three letters of recommendation
	Chair of the Language Search Committee, 
	Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science, 
	152 Frelinghuysen Road,
	Piscataway, New Jersey, 088540 


Invitations to interview will begin to be issued in late October.
Rutgers is an equal opportunity employer. It strongly encourages
applications from women and members of underrepresented groups.


Address for Applications:

	Attn: Chair Search Committee
	152 Frelinghuysen Rd
	Piscataway, NJ 08854-8020
	United States of America 

	Applications are due by 15-Nov-2004 

Contact Information:
	Chair Search Committee
	Tel: 732-445-0635

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