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Mon 07 Sep 1992

Jobs: Phonetics at OSU

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  1. Brian D Joseph, Phonetics Position at OSU

Message 1: Phonetics Position at OSU

Date: Fri, 4 Sep 92 14:48:10 EDTPhonetics Position at OSU
From: Brian D Joseph <>
Subject: Phonetics Position at OSU


The Ohio State University Department of Linguistics announces a new
position, pending final approval, for a tenure-track Assistant Professor
with specialization in phonetics, beginning with the Autumn quarter of 1993.

The primary duties of this position are to participate in the department's
phonetics program in all of its aspects: doing research in experimental
phonetics and phonetic theory, teaching introductory courses and graduate
seminars in phonetics, and related courses at all levels (including the
department's quantitative research methods course); contributing to the
department's advising of students, and directing graduate student research
in phonetics and related areas in the Linguistics Laboratory; sharing in
lab development and administration; etc.

The area of specialization within phonetics is open. However, preference
will be given to any candidate (1) who complements the department's
existing strengths in phonetics, (2) who displays a broad expertise both
in linguistic phonetics and in tangent disciplines within and outside of
linguistics, and (3) who has an established publication record showing
strong evidence of a capacity to advance phonetic theory through hands-on
experimental research. Candidates must have a Ph. D. in Linguistics by
the time of the appointment, and relevant teaching experience.

The deadline for applications is November 16, 1992. Applicants should send
a curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests, and up to five
sample publications, and arrange for three letters of recommendation to
be sent to:

	Mary Beckman, Phonetics Search
	Department of Linguistics
	The Ohio State University
	222 Oxley Hall
	1712 Neil Avenue
	Columbus, OH 43210-1298.

The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer. Qualified women, minorities, Vietnam-era veterans, disabled
veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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