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Fri Oct 21 2011
Jobs: Lang Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax: Asst Prof, Simon Fraser U
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1. Thomas A. Perry ,
Language Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax: Asst Prof, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada
Message 1: Language Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax: Asst Prof, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada
From: Thomas A. Perry <perrysfu.ca>
Subject: Language Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax: Asst Prof, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada
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University or Organization: Simon Fraser University
Job Location: BC, Canada
Web Address: http://www.sfu.ca/linguistics
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Language Acquisition; Phonology; Syntax; Language acquisition or processing
The Department of Linguistics at Simon Fraser University will have one or
more openings at the rank of assistant professor (tenure track), beginning
September 1, 2012. Applications are invited from candidates with expertise in
the core areas of phonology or syntax; the ability to combine one of these
fields with language acquisition or processing would be an asset. A
completed Ph. D. by the time of appointment is a primary qualification for
appointment, as is demonstrated promise as both a teacher and researcher.
Duties of the position will include both undergraduate and graduate teaching,
development of a strong research program, and participation in the collegial
governance of the department and university.
Linguistics at SFU offers both graduate and undergraduate degree programs,
joint majors with Computing Science and First Nations Studies, a TESL
certificate program, a speech science certificate, a certificate in First Nations
language proficiency, and provides one of the principal components of the
Cognitive Science undergraduate degree program. The department serves
128 undergraduate majors, 23 graduate students, and over 500 international
students annually through the English for Academic Success unit within the
department. In addition to a full suite of linguistics courses at all levels, the
department offers an array of courses in First Nations languages, primarily in
communities throughout B. C. and the Yukon. The department's research
infrastructure includes a phonetics lab, language and brain lab, phonology and
cognition lab, experimental syntax lab, and a new Centre for First Nations
Application with a covering letter, the names of three references, and a
current curriculum vitae should be submitted electronically to the application
email address or sent to the application address below. The closing date for
applications is January 11, 2012. All qualified candidates are encouraged to
apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.
Simon Fraser University is committed to the principle of equity in
employment and offers equal employment opportunities to qualified
applicants. These positions are subject to budget approval.
Under the authority of the University Act, personal information that is required
by the University for academic appointment competitions will be collected.
For further details see the collection notice:
Application Deadline: 11-Jan-2012
Mailing Address for Applications:
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Email Address for Applications: lingasstsfu.ca
Prof. Thomas A. Perry
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