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LINGUIST List 17.780

Tue Mar 14 2006

Support: French/Japanese Lang & Culture: MA Student, NY

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        1.    Karen Ames, French;Japanese & General Linguistic; Language and Culture; Tesol: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse University, USA


Message 1: French;Japanese & General Linguistic; Language and Culture; Tesol: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse University, USA
Date: 14-Mar-2006
From: Karen Ames <koamessyr.edu>
Subject: French;Japanese & General Linguistic; Language and Culture; Tesol: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse University, USA


Institution/Organization: Syracuse University
Department: Linguistic Studies
Level: MA / MSc
Duties: Teaching
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Language and Culture
Required Language(s): French (fra); Japanese (jpn)


Description:

Teaching Assistantships in French and Japanese are available for the support of
students beginning study in Fall 2006 in the Master of Arts Program in Linguistic
Studies at Syracuse University. The Program offers a U.S. master's level degree
in any one of six different concentrations: TESOL; linguistic theory; logic and
language; information storage and retrieval; language, culture, and society; and
language acquisition. The time of study is one and a half to two years. Teaching
Assistants must have at least native-like command of the languages they teach.
The deadline for submission of an application for admission to the program is
April 15, 2006, if an applicant wishes to be assured of consideration for
one of these Teaching Assistantships. However, applicants will be considered
until all Teaching Assistantships are filled. Admission to the Program is
continuous.

Consult the department Web site at http://lang.syr.edu/ for further details.
If, after reading the Web site thoroughly, you still have questions, contact the
Program's Graduate Admissions Coordinator, Ms. Karen O. Ames, at
koamesmailbox.syr.edu or the Syracuse University Graduate School at
gradschlsuadmin.syr.edu. Repeat: These are not free-standing teaching
positions but are, rather, awards to support students in a graduate program of
study.


Web Address for Applications: http://gradsch.syr.edu

Mailing Address for Applications:

Attn: Ms. Erin Stebbins
Graduate Enrollment Management Center, Syracuse University
Suite 303 Bowne Hall
Syracuse NY 13244
USA

Applications are due by: 15-Apr-2006

Contact Information:

Ms. Karen Ames
koamessyr.edu
Phone:(315) 443-3022
Fax:(315) 443-5376


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