LINGUIST List 16.496
Fri Feb 18 2005
Jobs: Phonetics/Phonology: Asst Prof, National Taiwan U
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Phonetics/Phonology: Assistant Professor or above, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Message 1: Phonetics/Phonology: Assistant Professor or above, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
From: Meiling Liu <hpliuntu.edu.tw>
Subject: Phonetics/Phonology: Assistant Professor or above, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
University or Organization: National Taiwan University
Department: Graduate Institute of Linguistics
Job Rank: Full-time Teaching Position as Assistant Professor or above
Specialty Areas: Phonetics; Phonology
Applicants should have a PhD in Linguistics with a research focus in
phonetics/phonology. Those with additional training in computational
linguistics and/or statistical analysis will be given priority consideration.
Further qualifications include evidence of strong research potential and
commitment to excellence in teaching. Responsibilities will include teaching
undergraduate and graduate courses in linguistics, students supervision and
advising, and departmental service.
Interested applicants should send in directly to Graduate Institute of
Linguistics at National Taiwan University the following by Feb. 28, 2005:
(1) Three copies of CV, which should at least include publication list of
different categories, such as journal papers, conference papers, book articles,
books, together with personal information, work experience and title of the PhD
(2) three copies of PhD diploma,
(3) three copies of graduate transcripts,
(4) evidence of work experience (if any),
(5) three letters of recommendation and
(6) six copies of representative publication (after May 2002 ) and
supporting publications after August 2000.
For further information, please contact Ms. Meiling Liu.
Address for Applications:
Director Shuanfan Huang
Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Taiwan University
Application Deadline: 28-Feb-2005
Ms. Meiling Liu
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