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LINGUIST List 18.1064

Mon Apr 09 2007

Jobs: General Ling, Cog Sci: Post-bac Research Fellow, U of Maryland

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Message 1: General Linguistics, Cognitive Science: Post-bac Research Fellow, University of Maryland, MD, USA
Date: 08-Apr-2007
From: Colin Phillips <colinumd.edu>
Subject: General Linguistics, Cognitive Science: Post-bac Research Fellow, University of Maryland, MD, USA

University or Organization: University of Maryland
Department: Linguistics
Web Address: http://www.ling.umd.edu

Job Rank: Post-bac Research Fellow

Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science; General Linguistics


As part of a new initiative in undergraduate research, the Department of
Linguistics at the University of Maryland is pleased to announce the second
year of the Baggett Fellowship Program, which offers intensive year-long
research experiences for students who are US citizens or permanent
residents who have completed a bachelors degree.

One-year Baggett Fellowships are full-time positions intended for
individuals with a BA or BS degree who are interested in gaining
significant research experience in an active interdisciplinary environment
before pursuing graduate study in some area of linguistics or cognitive
science. Applicants should be US citizens or permanent residents, and
should have completed a BA or BS degree or equivalent by the time of
appointment (Summer or Fall 2006). There are no restrictions on where the
fellow received the bachelor's degree. One or two fellowship positions are
available for the 2007-2008 year. Salary is competitive, with benefits

The Department of Linguistics has well-integrated research groups in
theoretical linguistics, psycholinguistics, and computational linguistics
that are engaged in research on a wide variety of areas of language,
ranging from acoustics to semantics, in children and adults, in both
typical and atypical populations. In addition to its expertise in
theoretical linguistics, the department has outstanding facilities for
multidisciplinary research on language, including MEG and EEG
brain-recording facilities, eye-tracking labs, an infant lab and an
on-campus lab preschool, plus tools for a variety of other experimental and
computational approaches. Information on the department can be found at

Applicants should submit (i) a cover letter, describing relevant experience
and interests, (ii) a current CV, (iii) names of 3 potential references,
and (iv) a writing sample. Fuller information can be found on the Baggett
Fellows web page. All materials should be sent electronically to Jeff Lidz

Review of applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the
positions are filled. However, for best consideration, completed
applications should be received by April 30th. Prospective fellows should
feel free to send a preliminary letter of interest ahead of the completed

Prospective fellows who are currently applying to graduate programs should
indicate this in their application and notify Dr Lidz if they accept an
offer from a graduate program and intend to withdraw their application.

For further information visit: http://www.ling.umd.edu/baggett

Application Deadline: 30-Apr-2007 (Open until filled)

Email Address for Applications: jlidzumd.edu

Contact Information:
Jeffrey Lidz
Email: jlidzumd.edu
Phone: +1 301 405 8220
Fax: +1 301 405 7104

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