LINGUIST List 15.3103
Wed Nov 03 2004
Jobs: Signed Lang & Interpreting: Lecturer, U/New Mexico
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Signed Language & Interpreting: Lecturer, University of New Mexico, NM, USA
Message 1: Signed Language & Interpreting: Lecturer, University of New Mexico, NM, USA
From: Nancy Montoya <nmontoyaunm.edu>
Subject: Signed Language & Interpreting: Lecturer, University of New Mexico, NM, USA
University or Organization: University of New Mexico
Job Rank: Lecturer
Specialty Areas: Signed Language & Interpreting
JR 5752. The University of New Mexico's Department of Linguistics will be hiring
for a lecturer position to teach undergraduate signed language and interpreting
courses. Minimum qualifications include bachelor's degree, experience teaching
introductory signed language and SL interpreting courses, ability to teach ASL
at a variety of levels. For complete information regarding salary and position
qualifications, you may access Faculty Postings at
(http://www.unm.edu/~linguist). The University of New Mexico is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and educator.
Address for Applications:
MSC03 2130, Linguistics Department
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
United States of America
Application Deadline: 26-Nov-2004
Assistant Professor Barbara Shaffer
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