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Jobs: General Ling; Communication Disorders: Visiting Asst Prof, U of Delaware
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From: Dr. Irene Vogel, Search Committee Chair <ivogeludel.edu>
Subject: General Linguistics; Communication Disorders: Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Delaware, DE, USA
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University or Organization: University of Delaware
Job Location: Delaware, USA
Job Rank: Visiting Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science; General Linguistics; Communication Disorders
**This position has been filled
The University of Delaware Department of Linguistics and Cognitive
Science invites applications for a one-year (9 months) temporary
assistant professor position, to support the Department's
undergraduate teaching needs in the cognitive science and linguistics
majors. In particular, we seek candidates who can bridge the
undergraduate curriculum in speech pathology with the theoretical
Rank: Assistant Professor, non-tenure track (9-month hire); salary
competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Responsibilities: The responsibility of the position is to teach a 3 + 3
load that will include a subset of these undergraduate courses:
- Introduction to communication disorders
- Laboratory phonetics
- Introduction to acoustic phonetics
- Anatomy and physiology of speech
- Clinical principles and procedures in speech pathology
- Language acquisition
- Introduction to linguistics
Qualifications: Applicants for this position should have a Ph.D. in hand
or expect to complete their degree requirements prior to appointment.
The degree can be in linguistics, communication disorders, or related
The University: The University of Delaware is a private state-assisted
research university, enrolling approximately 20,000 students. The city
of Newark, with a population of approximately 30,000 is located in
northeastern Delaware, fourteen miles southwest of Wilmington, the
principal city of the state. Students and faculty enjoy easy access to
cultural events in Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington,
The Department: The Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science
(http://www.ling.udel.edu) offers a PhD in Linguistics, a Master's
degree in Cognitive Science, a Bachelor of Science degree in Cognitive
Science, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics. The Department
is comprised of 9 full-time faculty and enrolls approximately 26 PhD
students, 7 MA students, 172 undergraduate majors and 58 minors.
Application: Applicants should apply at http://www.udel.edu/udjobs/ by
attaching a letter of interest, curriculum vitae (including telephone
number and email address) and names, addresses, and phone
numbers of three references in one PDF document by May 15, 2012.
Additional information may be requested at a later date. Inquiries
should be addressed to Dr. Irene Vogel, contact information below.
Or Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/wfyskbc
Application Deadline: This position has been filled.
Web Address for Applications: http://www.Click2Apply.net/wfyskbc
Dr. Irene Vogel, Search Committee Chair
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