LINGUIST List 22.1645|
Wed Apr 13 2011
Support: Clinical Linguistics: PhD Student, U. of Louisiana Lafayette
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1. Martin Ball ,
Applied Linguistics, Communication Disorders, Clinical Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
Message 1: Applied Linguistics, Communication Disorders, Clinical Linguistics: PhD Student, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA
From: Martin Ball <mjballlouisiana.edu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics, 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://www.louisiana.edu
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Phonetics; Phonology; Sociolinguistics
Communication Disorders, Clinical Linguistics
Ph.D. Assistantships are available for the start of Fall 2011 (mid-August) or for
Spring (January) 2012. Applicants for Fall 2011 should contact us IMMEDIATELY.
All tuition fees and a stipend for living expenses will be paid. Candidates with good
GRE scores (or those about to take GRE) should contact Ph.D. Coordinator for more
details (Dr John Tetnowski). Please attach a current CV with GRE and GPA scores.
Candidates from the US should have a Master's degree in Communication Disorders
or a Master's or honors bachelor degree in Linguistics. Candidates from outside the
US can apply if they have a good honours bachelor degree in Speech-Language
Therapy if that is the qualifying level for the profession, or in Linguistics.
See website for details about the doctoral program in Applied Language and Speech
Sciences. Supervision is offered in all areas of language and speech disorders but
not in audiology.
For a Fall 2011 start, candidates should contact us immediately. Overseas
applications are welcome, but should bear in mind they will need to have taken the
GRE exam. Alternate contacts: Head of Department, Dr Nancye Roussel (ncroussel
louisiana.edu); Director of Research Center, Dr Martin J. Ball (mjball louisiana.edu).
Applications Deadline: 13-Sep-2011
Mailing Address for Applications:
Attn: Dr John Tetnowski
Dept Communicative Disorders
P O Box 43170
Lafayette LA 70504-3170
Web Address for Applications: http://gradschool.louisiana.edu/
Dr John Tetnowski
Phone:337 482 6721
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