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LINGUIST List 22.3714

Fri Sep 23 2011

Jobs: Applied Computational Linguistics: Asst/Assoc Prof, Iowa State U

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        1.     Carol Chapelle , Applied Computational Linguistics: Assistant/Associate Professor, Iowa State University, USA

Message 1: Applied Computational Linguistics: Assistant/Associate Professor, Iowa State University, USA
Date: 22-Sep-2011
From: Carol Chapelle <carolciastate.edu>
Subject: Applied Computational Linguistics: Assistant/Associate Professor, Iowa State University, USA
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University or Organization: Iowa State University
Department: English
Job Location: Iowa, USA
Web Address: http://engl.iastate.edu/
Job Rank: Asst/Assoc Professor

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; Evaluation of English Learners' Linguistic Production


Description:

The English Department at Iowa State University is seeking applications for an
Assistant or Associate Professor of applied computational linguistics with an
emphasis in evaluation of English learners' linguistic production. At the
undergraduate level will teach courses in linguistics and foundation courses in
English. At the graduate level will teach courses in two Ph.D. programs,
Rhetoric and Professional Communication and Applied Linguistics and
Technology, at both MA and PhD levels. Graduate courses including
computational analysis of English, second language assessment, second
language acquisition according to specialty. Research areas of particular
interest: pedagogical applications of natural language processing, assessment
of second language, second language acquisition, and statistical approaches to
the study of language.

Beginning January 2012 or August 2012 depending on availability. Ph.D. in
computational linguistics or related field and potential for excellence in research
and effectiveness in teaching required for Assistant Professor, tenure-track;
Ph.D. in computational linguistics or related field, a demonstrated record of
accomplishments in scholarship, including an outstanding publication record,
and effectiveness in teaching required for Associate Professor, tenure-track or
with tenure. ESL teaching and assessment experience, publications, and
external research funding preferred. 2/2 teaching load to begin.

To apply for this position, please apply through the Iowa State University
website at the application URL below and click on 'Apply for the Vacancy'
(#110850) and complete the Employment Application. Please be prepared to
enter or attach the following: a letter of application/cover letter, curriculum vitae,
statement of teaching/research interests, transcript or list of graduate courses,
and contact information for three references. Application deadline is October 23,
2011. ISU is an EO/AA Employer. Women and members of historically
underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: 23-Oct-2011

Web Address for Applications: http://www.iastatejobs.com
Contact Information:
Carol Chapelle
Email: carolciastate.edu


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