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Thu 06 May 1993

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  2. Geoffrey S. Nathan, TESOL
  3. , Lectureship in Linguistics

Message 1: Research Associate in Second Language Acquisition

Date: Mon, 03 May 1993 11:49:36 Research Associate in Second Language Acquisition
From: <SchachteOREGON.UOREGON.EDU>
Subject: Research Associate in Second Language Acquisition

Research Associate in Child Second Language Acquisition

The American English Institute in the Department of Linguistics, University
of Oregon, anticipates a renewable, nine-month, full time position as a
Research Associate for academic year 1993-1994 to carry out research in
child second language acquisition. Candidates must have a Ph.D. in
linguistics or a related discipline and have completed a dissertation on
second language acquisition. Responsibilities include child second
language acquisition research. Salary depends on background and
experience. Applications will be reviewed beginning May 1, 1993.
Candidates should submit an application letter including a statement of
interests, vita, reprints, and three letters of reference to: Professor
Jacquelyn Schachter, Search Committee, American English Institute, 107
Pacific Hall, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403.

The University of Oregon is an affirmative action/equal opportunity
institution committed to cultural diversity.
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Message 2: TESOL

Date: 4 May 1993, 09:34:50 CST
From: Geoffrey S. Nathan <ga3662siucvmb.siu.edu>
Subject: TESOL

One year faculty position in the Department of Linguistics,
effective August 16, 1993. Applicants should have a strong
background in Applied Linguistics with TESOL focus and experience
with computer-assisted instruction.
Duties include teaching a variety of courses within the department's
M.A. programs in TESOL and Applied Linguistics
including TESOL Methods and Oral Practicum.
Preference will be given to those who have completed all
requirements for the Ph.D. by the time of employment. Applications
should include a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three
letters of reference and be submitted by June 1, 1993 to:
Paul J.Angelis, Chair, Department of Linguistics, Southern Illinois
University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL, 62901.
Telephone: (618)536-3385.
SIUC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.
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Message 3: Lectureship in Linguistics

Date: Wed, 5 May 93 10:35:34 BSTLectureship in Linguistics
From: <searchling.edinburgh.ac.uk>
Subject: Lectureship in Linguistics

UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND
DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS

 LECTURESHIP IN LINGUISTICS

The Department is seeking a lecturer to begin on 1st October 1993, or as
soon as possible thereafter, who will make a strong contribution both to
the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching reponsibilities of the
Department and to its international research profile. Applicants should
have a proven research expertise in a non-Indo-European language or
language family with a specialisation in theoretical syntax, phonetics,
or phonology.

Salary will be on the Lecturer A scale (L13,400 - L18,572 per annum),
or, exceptionally, at the lower end of the Lecturer B scale (L19,352 -
24,726 per annum) with placing according to age, qualifications and
experience. The candidate appointed will be eligible to contribute to
the University's Superannuation Scheme (USS) for which the current
contribution is 6.35% of annual salary, the University contributing a
sum equal to 18.55% of annual salary to USS. For staff coming to
Edinburgh from other parts of the United Kingdom the University will
reimburse the cost of any reasonable vouched expenditure in respect of
the removal of furniture and effects (including associated insurance),
together with the costs of fares of bringing the family to Edinburgh.
Claims in respect of travel, etc. from overseas will be considered on
their merits.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. at the time of application or be in a
position to complete one by 1st October 1993. Applicants will be
considered without regard to sex, marital status, sexual orientation,
ethnic origin, or citizenship. However, the appointment of any
applicant from outside the European Community is subject to the
University's obtaining a Work Permit.

Applications (6 copies) should be sent to:

 The Personnel Office,
 The University of Edinburgh,
 1 Roxburgh Street,
 Edinburgh EH8 9TB,
 Scotland, U.K.,

Applications should include a full curriculum vitae, a letter outlining
the applicant's particular qualifications for the post, and the names
and addresses (including electronic mail addresses and/or fax numbers if
possible) of two referees. Additionally, candidates may send one copy
of one or two representative publications. (Entire theses or large
numbers of papers should not be sent). Please quote the job reference
number (930 154) on your application. Applicants from overseas are
advised to send their names, addresses and the names and addresses of
their referees by e-mail to searchling.ed.ac.uk or by FAX to Search
Committee on (+44) 31 650 3962. The closing date for applications is
21st May 1993 and it is hoped that interviews will be held in mid
June 1993.

This statement does not of itself constitute a contract or conditions of
service.
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