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Thu Oct 06 2005
Jobs: Lang Acquisition: Asst Prof, California State U
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Language Acquisition: Asst Prof, California State University, Fresno, CA, USA
Message 1: Language Acquisition: Asst Prof, California State University, Fresno, CA, USA
From: Brian Agbayani <bagbayancsufresno.edu>
Subject: Language Acquisition: Asst Prof, California State University, Fresno, CA, USA
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University or Organization: California State University, Fresno
Job Rank: Assistant Professor (Tenure Track) / Conversion (ABD)
Specialty Areas: Language Acquisition
- Available for the Academic Year: 2006/2007
- Salary is dependent upon academic preparation and professional experience.
- Teaching Load is 12 units per semester plus 3 units of non-instructional
- Instructional Level: Undergraduate and Graduate
Specific Position Characteristics: The successful candidate will primarily teach
courses and conduct research in the field of language acquisition. The
successful candidate may also teach basic courses in linguistics including upper
division GE courses. Specific assignments are dependent upon department needs.
Other responsibilities include research, publication, and other scholarly
activities, as well as advising students and engaging in service at all levels
of the university. The successful candidate may be called upon to teach in a
distance education mode and will be encouraged to develop web enhanced and/or
web based instruction. Outcomes assessment and service learning are important
components of the university curriculum. The successful candidate will be
expected to work cooperatively with faculty and staff in the department, college
Qualifications: Academic Preparation: An earned doctorate (Ph.D.) in Linguistics
or Applied Linguistics is required for appointment to a tenure track position.
Candidates nearing completion of the doctorate (ABD) may be considered for a
lectureship (temporary position) with the possibility of conversion to tenure
track upon completion of the doctorate. The ideal candidate should be familiar
with theories and research methods in first and second language acquisition. A
strong background in statistical methods in language acquisition
/psycholinguistic research is desirable.
Teaching or Other Professional Experience: Candidates are expected to
demonstrate a commitment to or potential for teaching excellence and scholarly
activity at the university level. The successful candidate must have the ability
to work effectively with faculty, staff and students from diverse ethnic,
cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Online application form can be found at
Applications: Correspondence, applications, and confidential papers should
be sent to the address below.
Open Until Filled: Applicants are encouraged to have all application materials
on file by January 15, 2006 to assure consideration.
Address for Applications:
Dr. Brian Agbayani, Search Committee Chair
Department of Linguistics
California State University, Fresno
5245 N. Backer Avenue M/S - PB92
Fresno, CA 93740-8001
Application Deadline: 15-Jan-2006
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