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Sat Sep 29 2007
Support: Comm Disorders/Clinical Ling: PhD Student, U Louisiana Lafayette
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Communication Disorders/Clinical Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Message 1: Communication Disorders/Clinical Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
From: Martin Ball <mjballlouisiana.edu>
Subject: Communication Disorders/Clinical Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
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Institution/Organization: University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Department: Communicative Disorders
Web Address: http://speechandlanguage.louisiana.edu/
Duties: Research,Teaching,Project Work
Job Rank: PhD
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics
Communication Disorders/Clinical Linguistics
A PhD Assistantship is available for the start of the Spring semester 2008
(January). All tuition fees are paid and a stipend awarded for living expenses.
Due to the short notice involved, you should have already taken the Graduate
Record Exam (GRE) and, if relevant, the TOEFL. Candidates with GRE scores above
1000 should contact PhD Coordinator for more details (Dr John Tetnowski).
Suitable backgrounds include degrees in communication disorders/speech language
pathology or linguistics. Candidates can be considered with a good undergraduate
or Master's degree. Candidates will be expected to have an interest in some
aspect of communication disorders.
See website for details about the doctoral program in Applied Language and
Speech Sciences. Please note the short notice for this Assistantship; interested
candidates should get in touch immediately!
Applications Deadline: 10-Nov-2007
Web Address for Applications: http://gradschool.louisiana.edu/
Dr John Tetnowski
Phone:337 482 6721
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