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Sun Sep 11 2005

Jobs: Applied Ling: Asst Prof, Queens College of CUNY

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        1.    Robert Vago, Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Queens College of CUNY, NY, USA


Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Queens College of CUNY, NY, USA
Date: 09-Sep-2005
From: Robert Vago <robertvagoyahoo.com>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor, Queens College of CUNY, NY, USA


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University or Organization: Queens College of CUNY
Department: Linguistics and Communication Disorders
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; L2 Phonology/Literacy, Educational Linguistics


Description:

The Department of Linguistics and Communication Disorders of Queens College
of the City University of New York (CUNY) seeks to fill a tenure-track
position at the Assistant Professor level beginning September 1, 2006, with
a specialization either in applied/second language phonology or second
language literacy/educational linguistics. Salary range: $35,031-$61,111,
commensurate with qualifications and achievement; excellent benefits. This
position will be shared equally between the Department of Linguistics and
Communication Disorders at Queens College of CUNY (teaching in bachelor's
and master's programs in TESOL and applied linguistics) and the Research
Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Society (RISLUS) of the Ph.D.
Program in Linguistics at the Graduate Center of CUNY (managing existing
research projects, locating funding sources for new research projects, and
writing grant proposals). Candidates must have earned a doctorate related
to language and/or literacy by June 2006 and should evidence promise of
excellence in teaching and research. Demonstrable research and teaching
experience in issues involving urban L2 minority students and previous
experience and success in seeking research grants are highly desirable.
Candidates should submit a letter of application, detailing their teaching,
research, and grant writing interests and experience, and a current
curriculum vitae. In addition, letters of reference should be submitted
directly by three recommenders. All materials, including letters of
reference, should be sent to the address below.

Queens College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


Address for Applications:

Prof. Robert Vago, Chair
Department of Linguistics and Communication Disorders
Queens College of CUNY
Kissena Hall 349
65-30 Kissena Blvd.
Flushing, NY 11367-1597
USA

Application Deadline: 01-Dec-2005

Contact Information:

Prof. Robert Vago
Email: robert_vagoqc.edu
Phone: (718) 997 2870
Website: http://www.qc.edu/LCD


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