LINGUIST List 16.1010

Sat Apr 02 2005

Support: Language Acquisition: Open Student, U of Maryland

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        1.    Mike Long, Arabic, Standard;Chinese, Mandarin;Korean;Russian & Language Acquisition: Open Student, University of Maryland, College Park, USA


Message 1: Arabic, Standard;Chinese, Mandarin;Korean;Russian & Language Acquisition: Open Student, University of Maryland, College Park, USA

Date: 30-Mar-2005
From: Mike Long <mlong5umd.edu>
Subject: Arabic, Standard;Chinese, Mandarin;Korean;Russian & Language Acquisition: Open Student, University of Maryland, College Park, USA


Fund Drive 2005 is now on! Visit http://linguistlist.org/donate.html to donate now!
University or Organization: University of Maryland, College Park
Job Rank: Open
Specialty Areas: Second language acquisition of less commonly taught languages
Required Language(s): Arabic, Standard (ABV)
Chinese, Mandarin (CHN)
Korean (KKN)
Russian (RUS)

Native speakers of Arabic (preferably Egyptian or Levantine), Mandarin
Chinese, Korean, Persian, and Russian are sought for part-time or full-time
work as members of an approximately 15-person team conducting a Linguistic
Profiling project, expected to last for three years. Applicants will
ideally be current graduate students or post-docs with rigorous training in
second language acquisition and descriptive linguistics (two or more of
phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicon, and pragmatics) of the language
concerned. 9-month and 12-month appointments available at competitive
salaries. Applicants must be available to start work at Maryland by August
1, 2005.


Address for Applications:

Professor Mike Long
School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
1105 Jimenez Hall
College Park 20742
United States of America

Contact Information:

Professor Mike Long
mlong5umd.edu
1-301-405-6464




United States of America

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