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LINGUIST List 16.2987

Sat Oct 15 2005

Jobs: Theoretical Linguistics: Asst Prof, Oakland U

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        1.    Madelyn Kissock, Theoretical Linguistics: Asst Prof, Oakland University, MI, USA

Message 1: Theoretical Linguistics: Asst Prof, Oakland University, MI, USA
Date: 14-Oct-2005
From: Madelyn Kissock <kissockoakland.edu>
Subject: Theoretical Linguistics: Asst Prof, Oakland University, MI, USA

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University or Organization: Oakland University
Department: Linguistics
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Theoretical Linguistics


The Department of Linguistics at Oakland University invites applications for a
tenure track position as assistant professor of linguistics, to begin August 1,
2006. Within theoretical linguistics, the area of specialization is open;
preference will be given to candidates whose research and teaching interests
complement the Department's existing strengths. The minimum requirement is a
Ph.D. in Linguistics, awarded by August 1, 2006. The position requires a strong
background in formal linguistics and a commitment to research and teaching. The
appointee will be expected to teach courses in the core areas of linguistics and
in general education, as well as participate in the ongoing development of the
Department's undergraduate and graduate programs. A letter of interest,
curriculum vitae, samples of work and three letters of reference should be sent
to the address below. Candidates are encouraged to include a list of courses
that they have taken as graduate students as well as a list of courses they
would like to teach. Preliminary interviews with members of the search
committee will be held at the LSA Annual Meeting in Albuquerque, January 5-8,
2006. Candidates who plan on attending the meeting should indicate this in
their letter of application and should submit their completed applications by
December 15, 2005 so that interviews can be arranged; those unable to attend are
still encouraged to apply. All applications must be received by January 15,
2006 to receive full consideration. Candidates are encouraged to visit the
Department website at http://www.lin.oakland.edu. Oakland University, which is
located about 25 miles north of Detroit, is a state-supported university with
16,000 students. The community offers extensive cultural and social activities.
Oakland University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and
encourages applications from women and minorities.

Address for Applications:

Professor Madelyn Kissock, Chair
Search Committee
Linguistics Department
Oakland University
Rochester, MI 48309-4401

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:

Professor Madelyn Kissock
Email: kissockoakland.edu
Phone: 248-370-2175
Fax: 248-370-3144
Website: http://www.lin.oakland.edu

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