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LINGUIST List 16.2708

Tue Sep 20 2005

Jobs: Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor: Brock U

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        1.    Richard Welland, Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor: Brock University, Ontario, Canada


Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor: Brock University, Ontario, Canada
Date: 16-Sep-2005
From: Richard Welland <rick.wellandbrocku.ca>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor: Brock University, Ontario, Canada


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University or Organization: Brock University
Department: Applied Linguistics
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences,
Psycholinguistics


Description:

The Department of Applied Linguistics, Brock University, offers
undergraduate majors in Applied Linguistics/TESL, in Speech and Language
Sciences, and in Hearing Sciences; and a graduate program in Applied
Linguistics/TESL. Applications are invited for a probationary tenure?track
appointment, subject to final budgetary approval, to begin on July 1, 2006
or at a mutually agreed time afterwards. We seek applicants with
demonstrated research and teaching expertise. The successful candidate will
teach courses in linguistics that are the common foundation for all
Department majors. Applicants with a strong research background relevant to
speech-language-hearing sciences, psycholinguistics, or TESL are
particularly encouraged to apply.

Candidates should hold a PhD in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, or a
closely related field. The successful candidate will be expected to develop
and/or sustain an active program of research/scholarship, to work toward
attracting external research funding, to participate in the academic and
administrative activities of the Department, and to teach at the
undergraduate level; there may also be future opportunities for teaching at
the graduate level. The appointment will be made at the rank of Assistant
or Associate Professor, conditional on qualifications and experience.
Review of applications will commence on November 14, 2005, and will
continue until the position is filled.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter (indicating clearly to
which position they are applying), current curriculum vitae, and complete
and up-to-date names, addresses and other contact details of three referees
to the address below. Please arrange for the three letters of recommendation to
be sent directly to Dr. Farrell, without awaiting solicitation; to assure that
letters are as specific as possible, candidates are advised to apprise referees
of the nature of the Department and of the advertised position.


Address for Applications:

Dr. Thomas S. C. Farrell, Chair
500 Glenridge Avenue
Department of Applied Linguistics
Brock University, St. Catharines
Ontario, Canada
L2S 3A1

Application Deadline: 14-Nov-2005

Contact Information:

Dr. Thomas Farrell
Email: tfarrellbrocku.ca
Phone: (905)688-5550 ext.3846
Website: http://www.brocku.ca


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