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Message 1: POSITION IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS

Date: Fri, 24 Jan 1992 16:17 MSTPOSITION IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS
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Subject: POSITION IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS


 Northern Arizona University
 Department of English

 POSITION IN APPLIED LINGUISTICS

 One possible position, beginning assistant professor level,

in applied linguistics anticipated. (Contingent on approval of
funding.) Primary areas of specialization: second language
acquisition, with strengths in syntax, psycholinguistics or first
language acquisition desirable. Successful candidate will be
expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses including
Introduction to Linguistics; Grammatical Foundations and Theory;
Psycholinguistics; and seminars in syntactic theory and language
acquisition. Qualifications: Ph.D. in applied linguistics,
linguistics, or related field in hand; empirical research record;
prior university-level teaching experience and ESL teaching
experience a plus. Candidates are expected to maintain an ongoing
program of research.

 The Program in Applied Linguistics is housed in the English
Department in the College of Arts and Sciences. We offer a Ph.D.
in Applied Linguistics; a year-round M.A. in TESL; courses toward
ESL endorsement for teachers; and undergraduate language-related
courses. The Department also has a small and growing Program in
Intensive English for international students. Positions carry
standard expectations of research, teaching, and service.
Internal research support is available. Salary and benefits
competitive.

 Send letter of application, current vita, up to three sample
publications, and three letters of recommendation directly to:
Prof. Mary McGroarty, Chair of Search Committee in Applied
Linguistics, English Department, Box 6032, Northern Arizona
University, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-6032. Phone (602) 523-4911.

Screening has begun and will continue until position is filled.

Interviewers will be available at AAAL and TESOL Conventions.
Applicants should indicate whether they will be available at
these meetings.
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Message 2: Position, Director, ASL Program

Date: Fri, 24 Jan 1992 19:30 ESTPosition, Director, ASL Program
From: <LANEnortheastern.edu>
Subject: Position, Director, ASL Program

 Associate Professor and Director American Sign Language Program
Job Description
The College of Arts and Sciences at Northeastern University has an opening for a
tenure-track or tenured Associate Professor and Director of the American Sign
Language Program.
The ASL Program, founded in 1974 by Professor Harlan Lane, is now one of the
leading programs of its type, offering courses in ASL language, Deaf history,
 Deaf
culture, interpreter education, and teacher training.
The Program Director will guide the program in a new phase of development
 leading to
an expansion of its role in interpreter education, and research and instruction
 in ASL
language and culture.
Candidates should have the PhD degree in disciplines related to Deaf studies
 such as
linguistics, psychology, anthropology and sociology. The candidate should be
 fluent
in ASL and have substantial knowledge of Deaf culture. Appropriate
 administrative
experience is desirable. The Program Director will provide intellectual
 leadership,
including the development of scholarly research, will plan and implement program
development, direct the day to day management of the program, administer its
 budget,
and teach in the program.
Salary is negotiable. Deaf candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
 Candidates
should send a curriculum vitae and three letters of reference to: Holbrook C.
Robinson, Chair, Department of Modern Languages, 367 Holmes Hall, Northeastern
University, Boston, Mass., 02115.
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