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LINGUIST List 16.2660

Thu Sep 15 2005

Jobs: Neurolinguistics: Asst Prof, University of Kansas

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        1.    Sara Rosen, Neurolinguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Kansas, KS, USA

Message 1: Neurolinguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Kansas, KS, USA
Date: 14-Sep-2005
From: Sara Rosen <rosenku.edu>
Subject: Neurolinguistics: Assistant Professor, University of Kansas, KS, USA

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University or Organization: University of Kansas
Department: Linguistics
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Neurolinguistics; Neurocognitive Science


Linguistics Department at the University of Kansas invites applications for
a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Cognitive Neuroscience,
starting August 18, 2006. A Ph.D. in Linguistics or related field with a
specialization in cognitive neuroscience, neurolinguistics, or
psycholinguistics is required. The successful candidate will have a strong
record of research in cognitive neuroscience and potential for external
funding. Preferred qualifications include excellence in teaching and
record of external funding. The successful candidate would contribute to
the climate of diversity in the College, including a diversity of scholarly
approaches. Responsibilities will include maintaining an active research
program, supervising graduate and undergraduate research, teaching courses
in the area of expertise, and contributing to departmental governance. We
seek applicants whose interests and experience intersect with existing
research in the department.

The University of Kansas has emphasized Cognitive Neuroscience with several
recent hires in the behavioral sciences. Interdisciplinary research on the
processing of language and speech and its neural correlates is currently
pursued across a number of departments including Linguistics, Psychology,
and Speech-Language-Hearing, as well as at the University of Kansas Medical
Center and its state-of-the-art Hoglund Brain Imaging Center.

A complete application will include a letter of application expressing research
and teaching interests, curriculum vitae, sample publications, and three letters
of recommendation. Please include a phone number and e-mail address. First
priority will be given to applications received by December 1, 2005.

The University of Kansas is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer;
women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.

Address for Applications:

Search Committee Allard Jongman
Department of Linguistics
1541 Lilac Lane
Lawrence, KS 66044-3177

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Professor Allard Jongman
Email: ajongmanku.edu
Phone: 785-864-3450
Fax: 785-864-2754
Website: http://www.linguistics.ku.edu/

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