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Sat Mar 13 2010

Support: Phonetics,Prosody&Discourse: PhD Student,Texas A&M Commerce, USA

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        1.    Salvatore Attardo, Phonetics, Prosody and Discourse: PhD Student, Texas A&M University - Commerce, USA

Message 1: Phonetics, Prosody and Discourse: PhD Student, Texas A&M University - Commerce, USA
Date: 12-Mar-2010
From: Salvatore Attardo <sattardogmail.com>
Subject: Phonetics, Prosody and Discourse: PhD Student, Texas A&M University - Commerce, USA
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Institution/Organization: Texas A&M University - Commerce
Department: Literature and Languages
Web Address: http://www.tamu-commerce.edu/litlang/

Level: PhD

Duties: Research

Specialty Areas: Phonetics
Prosody and discourse


Supporting Institution: Texas A&M University - Commerce, Center for Applied

Support Description: One 5 year Ph.D. Research Assistantship is available from
August 2010 at the Center for Applied Linguistics in the Department of
Literature and Languages at Texas A&M University - Commerce.

The assistantship covers tuition fees for two courses per semester and a stipend
of $10,000 annually. The candidate will be expected to pursue Ph.D. research in
line with the research interests of the center.

The Applied Linguistics Center at Texas A&M University-Commerce is now seeking
an application for graduate training in our lab. Research will begin in Fall
2010 with Dr. Lucy Pickering examining multi-modal analyses of spoken
conversational discourse and the generation of computer platforms that will
permit this analysis. We are looking for highly motivated candidates with an MA
in a related subject. Preferred interests include:

Familiarity with the PRAAT program
Familiarity with video- and audio-recorded collection of data
Interest in discourse and prosodic analysis
Competence in French

We must receive a statement of interest, CV, names & contact information for
three references. Acceptance is conditional on admission by the Graduate School
and the department of Literature and Languages and is subject to all their

Please send applications to:
Contact Information: Kim Jefferies tamu-commerce.edu>
Phone #: 903-886-5260
Fax #: 903-886-5980

Please address any questions regarding the research program to Dr. Lucy
Pickering at eslluplangate.gsu.edu

Applications Deadline: 15-Apr-2010

Mailing Address for Applications:
        Attn: Ms Kim Jefferies
        Dept. of Literature and Languages
        Texas A&M University-Commerce P.O. Box 3011
        Commerce TX 75429

Contact Information:
        Ms Kim Jefferies
        Phone:(903) 886-5260
        Fax:(903) 886-5980

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