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Sat Aug 7 2004

Jobs: Cognitive Science: Asst Prof, Massachusetts,USA

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Message 1: Jobs: Cognitive Science: Asst Prof, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, USA

Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2004 12:49:55 -0400 (EDT)
From: heather.mccormick <heather.mccormicktmp.com>
Subject: Jobs: Cognitive Science: Asst Prof, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA, USA



University or Organization: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department: Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science, Cognitive Neuroscience

Description:

Faculty Positions Available

MIT's Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences anticipates making
two faculty appointments at the Assistant Professor level in cognitive
science or cognitive neuroscience. Applicants should be conducting
cognitive science or cognitive neuroscience research with humans in
the areas of perception, learning, memory, attention, motor control,
language, knowledge representation, reasoning, decision-making, social
cognition, development, or computational modeling of cognition. It is
important for applicants to identify the area or areas for which they
are applying. 

Please enclose a CV, a statement of research and teaching interests,
and representative reprints. In addition, please arrange to have
three letters of recommendation sent to the search committee. Review
of applications will begin September 15, 2004. 

Qualified women and minority candidates are especially encouraged to
apply. MIT is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.


	Address for Applications:

	Attn: Cognitive Search Committee
	E25-406, MIT
	Cambridge, MA 02139
	United States of America 
	Position is open until filled.


	Contact Information:

	Email: jrauchmit.edu
	Website: http://web.mit.edu/bcs
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