LINGUIST List 3.772

Wed 14 Oct 1992

Jobs: Language Lab, Applied, Phonology

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  1. Robert D Hoberman, Job: Director of Language Lab and Learning Center
  2. Peter Schreiber, Applied English Linguistics and TESOL
  3. Marc Authier, Phonological Theory

Message 1: Job: Director of Language Lab and Learning Center

Date: 09 Oct 1992 12:01:21 -0400Job: Director of Language Lab and Learning Center
From: Robert D Hoberman <RHOBERMANccmail.sunysb.edu>
Subject: Job: Director of Language Lab and Learning Center


 STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT STONY BROOK
 Stony Brook, NY 11794.

ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, TENURE TRACK. To begin no later than Sept.
1993. Salary commensurate with qualifications. Stony Brook seeks a DIRECTOR
OF ITS LANGUAGE LABORATORY AND LEARNING CENTER. Ph.D. required. In addition
to administrative experience, candidate must be able to teach, conduct, and
direct research on foreign language instructional technologies at the
undergrad. and graduate levels. Specialization preferably in one of the
commonly taught foreign languages.

Stony Brook encourages women and minorities to apply. Send application and
dossier by Dec. 1 to Lou Deutsch, Dept. of Hispanic Languages.
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Message 2: Applied English Linguistics and TESOL

Date: Fri, 09 Oct 92 16:01 CDT
From: Peter Schreiber <PSCHREIBmacc.wisc.edu>
Subject: Applied English Linguistics and TESOL

The Department of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
will have a position in Applied English Linguistics and TESOL
at the Assistant Professor level (tenure-track) starting 1993-94.
Ph.D. is required.
Responsibilities will include the following: Direct ESL Program, plus teach
courses in two or three of the following areas: L2 acquisition, research on
ESL, ESL methodology, interlanguage analysis, ESL academic writing/
reading/oral communication skills; should also have solid preparation
to teach introductory English phonology or syntax; expected to publish
actively in fields of specialization.
Candidates should send letter of application, vita and 1 page summary
of current research to Thomas Schaub, Chair, Department of English,
600 North Park Street, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison,
Wisconsin 53706, by November 23, 1992. Unless confidentiality is requested
in writing, information regarding applicants must be released upon request.
Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality.
UW-Madison especially encourages women and minorities to apply and is
an EO/AA employer.
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Message 3: Phonological Theory

Date: Mon, 12 Oct 92 14:12:58 EDPhonological Theory
From: Marc Authier <JMAAFacadvm1.uottawa.ca>
Subject: Phonological Theory

 POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
 UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Ottawa invites applications
for a tenure-track position in phonological theory at the assistant or
associate professor level, effective July 1, 1993. Requirements: Ph.D. in
Linguistics, proof of excellence in research. In addition, the person selected
will be expected to teach courses in both official languages (English and
French). Candidates are invited to address their application with CV, three
letters of recommendation and copies of representative publications and/or
unpublished research to: Philip Hauptman, Chair, Department of Linguistics,
University of Ottawa, 78 Laurier Avenue, East, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5, Canada
(Fax: (613) 564-9067; e-mail: lingacadvm1.uottawa.ca). Applications received
before December 1, 1992 are guaranteed consideration, but the department will
consider applications until the final decision is made. The University of
Ottawa has an employment equity policy. In accordance with Canadian immigration
requirements, this advertisement is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent
residents of Canada.
 ANNONCE DE POSTE
 UNIVERSITE D'OTTAWA
Le departement de linguistique de l'Universite d'Ottawa annonce un poste en
linguistique theorique dans le domaine de la phonologie. Il s'agit d'un poste
regulier menant a la permanence. Le poste sera comble au rang de professeur
adjoint ou agrege. La date d'entree en fonction est fixee au 1er juillet 1993.
Exigences: doctorat en linguistique, preuves d'excellence en recherche.
De plus, on s'attend a ce que la personne choisie puisse enseigner dans les
deux langues officielles, soit le francais et l'anglais. Les candidat(e)s sont
prie(e)s de faire parvenir leur CV, trois lettres de recommandation, et des
copies de publications et/ou travaux de recherche non encore publies a:
Philip Hauptman, Directeur, Departement de linguistique, Universite d'Ottawa,
78 rue Laurier est, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5, Canada (telecopieur: (613)564-9067
courrier electronique: lingacadvm1.uottawa.ca). Les candidatures recues avant
le 1er decembre 1992 sont assurees d'etre prises en consideration, mais le
departement se reserve la possibilite de considerer les candidatures a une date
ulterieure jusqu'a ce que la decision finale soit prise. L'Universite d'Ottawa
a une politique d'equite en matiere d'emploi. Conformement aux exigences
d'Immigration Canada, cette annonce s'adresse aux citoyen(ne)s et aux
immigrant(e)s recu(e)s du Canada.
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