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LINGUIST List 16.1503

Wed May 11 2005

Support: Applied Ling: Student Assistantships, U Alabama

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        1.    Thomas R. Sawallis, Applied Ling: Student Assistantships, U of Alabama, USA

Message 1: Applied Ling: Student Assistantships, U of Alabama, USA
Date: 05-May-2005
From: Thomas R. Sawallis <tsawallibama.ua.edu>
Subject: Applied Ling: Student Assistantships, U of Alabama, USA

University or Organization: University of Alabama
Job Rank: Student Assistantships
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics

The Department of English at the University of Alabama is accepting
applications to the MA-TESOL program for the 2005-6 academic year.
A small number of full or half assistantships is available. Applications
will be considered until May 31.

Please see our web site, http://www.as.ua.edu/english/ for further
information about our program, and both that and
http://www.graduate.ua.edu/ for application procedures. Please note that,
in accordance with the graduate catalog (http://catalogs.ua.edu/graduate/),
the program also requires a sample of the applicant's academic writing.

Address any questions to Robert Young, Graduate Director, at

The appropriate parts of the application materials should be sent to:

English Department
The University of Alabama
P.O. Box 870244
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0244

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