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Thu Sep 16 2004

Jobs: Computational Ling:Asst Prof,Georgia Southern U

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Message 1: Jobs: Computational Ling: Asst Prof, Georgia Southern University

Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2004 13:46:43 -0400 (EDT)
From: tklein <tkleingeorgiasouthern.edu>
Subject: Jobs: Computational Ling: Asst Prof, Georgia Southern University



University or Organization: Georgia Southern University
Department: Writing & Linguistics
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics, Syntax, 
		 Applied and Historical Linguistics, 
		 Discourse Analysis


Description:
		 
Computational Linguistics. The Department of Writing and Linguistics
at Georgia Southern University
(http://class.georgiasouthern.edu/writling/) seeks applications for a
tenure-track assistant professor to teach undergraduate and graduate
courses in linguistics within its BA degree program.

Ph.D. in Linguistics with a specialization in computational
linguistics or related field required by starting date of the
position, Aug. 1, 2005.

Dissertation in field and evidence of excellent teaching are required.
A minimum of two years of college teaching experience is preferred.
Preference may be given to candidates with experience working with
diverse student populations and experience teaching first-year
composition. Salary dependent upon qualifications. We seek
candidates with broad interests that complement a department with
programs in linguistics, technical and professional writing, creative
writing, writing and culture, first-year composition, teacher
education, and ESL. The successful candidate must also have expertise
in one or more of these areas: syntax, applied linguistics, historical
linguistics and discourse analysis. Pre-screening of applicants may
occur at the Linguistic Society of America Meeting in San Francisco,
CA, on Jan. 6-9, 2005. Interested candidates should send a letter of
application, curriculum vitae, evidence of excellent teaching, and the
names, addresses, email addresses, and telephone numbers of three
references for initial screening to Dr. Olaoba F. Arasanyin at the
address below. Screening begins November 1, 2004. Additional
materials may be requested at a later date. 

Georgia Southern University, a member of the University System of
Georgia, is the largest and most comprehensive center of higher
education in the southern half of Georgia. A residential university
serving approximately 16,000 students, Georgia Southern's hallmark is
a superior undergraduate experience emphasizing academic distinction,
excellent teaching, and student success. Founded in 1906, the
University offers 120 degree programs at the baccalaureate, master's,
and doctoral levels through seven colleges. The 675-acre campus is
located in Statesboro, a community of approximately 30,000 residents,
50 miles northwest of historic Savannah and 200 miles southeast of
Atlanta.

Georgia Southern University seeks to recruit individuals who are
committed to working in diverse academic and professional
communities. Georgia Southern is an Affirmative
Action, Equal Opportunity institution. Individuals who need
reasonable accommodations under the Americans with
Disabilities Act in order to participate in the search process
should notify the search chair. Georgia is an open records state. 
Additional information is available at 
http://ChronicleCareers.com/profiles/911.htm.
	

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Olaoba F. Arasanyin
	Department of Writing & Linguistics, Georgia Southern University
	Search Chair, P.O. Box 8026
	Statesboro, GA 30460-8026
	United States of America 
 
	Applications are due by 01-Nov-2004

Contact Information:

	Dr. Olaoba F. Arasanyin
	Email: sanygeorgiasouthern.edu
	Tel: +1-912-486-7749
	Fax: +1-912-681-0783
	Website: http://class.georgiasouthern.edu/writling/

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