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Tue Sep 04 2012
Jobs: Phonetics: Asst Prof, University of Michigan
Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett
From: Patrice Beddor <beddorumich.edu>
Subject: Phonetics: Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, Michigan, USA
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University or Organization: University of Michigan
Job Location: Michigan, USA
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Phonetics
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, invites
applications for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level, beginning
September 1, 2013. We seek outstanding applicants in phonetic theory.
Applicants in any area of phonetics are encouraged to apply, although
candidates with a phonologically informed research program would be an
especially good fit with current faculty. A Ph.D. by the start of the appointment
Applicants should submit a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, a statement
of current and future research plans and a statement of teaching philosophy and
experience, one or more representative publications or other writings, and
evidence of teaching excellence, and should arrange to have three letters of
Applications, including letters of recommendation, must be submitted
electronically to the the application email address below. Please include the
following information in your email Subject line: Phonetics Job Search-Last
name, First name. Questions should be addressed to the search committee
chair, Professor Patrice Beddor at the contact email address below.
Review of dossiers will begin on October 31; applications received after October
31 may not receive full consideration.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply; the University is supportive of
the needs of dual-career couples.
Application Deadline: 31-Oct-2012
Email Address for Applications: Michigan-Linguisticsumich.edu
Professor Patrice Beddor
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