LINGUIST List 3.7

Sun 05 Jan 1992

Jobs: Chinese job at UWM, Distinguished Chair in Int'l Studies

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  1. Gregory K. Iverson, Chinese job at UWM
  2. , Distinguished Chair in Int'l Studies Open

Message 1: Chinese job at UWM

Date: Fri, 3 Jan 92 13:42:38 CST
From: Gregory K. Iverson <iversonconvex.csd.uwm.edu>
Subject: Chinese job at UWM
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee invites applications for
an anticipated tenure track appointment as Assistant Professor
of Chinese to begin in the fall of 1992. Applicants should
have the Ph.D. by summer of 1992 and some language instruction
experience. Native or near-native proficiency in standard
Chinese and English required to teach introductory and
intermediate level language courses in an expanding program
associated with the UW-Milwaukee and Marquette University joint
International Studies Center, a DOE sponsored National Resource
Center. Preference given to candidates with formal linguistics
training and research interests. Send letter of application,
vita, three letters of recommendation and one sample of your
research to David D. Buck, Chair, Chinese Search Committee, 390
Holton Hall, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Box 413,
Milwaukee, WI 53201 before February 15, 1992. Tel: 414-229-
3961. Women and minority candidates are especially invited to
apply: AA/EOE.
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Message 2: Distinguished Chair in Int'l Studies Open

Date: Sat, 04 Jan 92 16:55:12 EST
From: <GCRUSSELECUVM1.bitnet>
Subject: Distinguished Chair in Int'l Studies Open
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EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY, invites applications for a one or two year
appointment as the Thomas W. Rivers Distinguished Visiting Professor
of International Studies to begin January or August 1993. Applicants
should be distinguished scholars in global and/or multicultural studies.
Duties include teaching at least one course, and offering lectures and
workshops. Screening begins March 1, 1992 and will continue until the
position is filled. Salary is commensurate with experience. Send let-
ters of application, curriculum vitae, and names of three references to:
Linda D. Wolfe, Rivers Distinguished Chair Search Committee, Office of
International Studies, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858-
4353 (E-Mail: SOWOLFEECUVM1, FAX: 919-757-4363) An equal opportunity/
affirmative action university.
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