LINGUIST List 5.1264

Wed 09 Nov 1994

Jobs: Slavic, Proposals, Russian, Computational, Psycholing

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  1. , Job:Slavic Linguistics (forwarded from SEELANGS)
  2. Phil Bralich, Search for proposal consultant
  3. E. Wayles Browne, Russian Lecturer Position at Cornell
  4. Roger Evans, Job Advert - RF in Computational Linguistics
  5. Maryellen MacDonald, psycholinguistics postdoc

Message 1: Job:Slavic Linguistics (forwarded from SEELANGS)

Date: Tue, 08 Nov 1994 07:57:04 Job:Slavic Linguistics (forwarded from SEELANGS)
From: <GFIELDERCCIT.ARIZONA.EDU>
Subject: Job:Slavic Linguistics (forwarded from SEELANGS)


Russian/Slavic Linguist. Assistant Professor, tenure-track,
contingent on budgetary approval. Must have PhD in hand,
demonstrated teaching ability, commitment to research, and
ability to teach Slavic linguistics courses at the MA level,
Russian at all levels, and a second Slavic language.
Preference will be given to those who can help develop a
curriculum dealing with the interface between linguistics,
literature and culture. Please send CV, description of
research interests, and names of three references by December 1,
1994, to George Gutsche, Head, Department of Russian & Slavic
Languages, University of Arizona, Modern Languages 340,
Tucson, AZ 85721. Position available beginning August 1995.
The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA/ADA Compliance Employer.
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Message 2: Search for proposal consultant

Date: Tue, 8 Nov 1994 21:55:19 -Search for proposal consultant
From: Phil Bralich <bralichuhunix.uhcc.Hawaii.Edu>
Subject: Search for proposal consultant


I am looking for an individual or a company who can help me prepare

a proposal for a software project that I would like to market to private

companies. I can be reached by email for further details, but before I

hire someone, I will need to see a resume, a track record, and some

references. The consultant will need to be experienced in writing proposals

for the computer industry. A knowledge of human language translation

technology would be a definite plus.


Phil Bralich, Ph.D.


bralichuhccux.uhcc.Hawaii.edu


Philip A. Bralich

1555 Pohaku Street, #A508

Honolulu, HI 96817

(808)841-1087
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Message 3: Russian Lecturer Position at Cornell

Date: Wed, 9 Nov 1994 07:59:18 -Russian Lecturer Position at Cornell
From: E. Wayles Browne <ewb2cornell.edu>
Subject: Russian Lecturer Position at Cornell


RUSSIAN LECTURER POSITION

POSITION:
Full-time lecturer in Russian, to begin in the fall of 1995. One to three
year appointment with possible renewal.

DUTIES:
Teaching Russian language courses at all levels, from elementary through
advanced.

QUALIFICATIONS:
MA in Slavic, general, or applied linguistics. An ability to teach advanced
grammar courses for language learners. Teaching experience in a Russian
language program at a North American school. Evidence of excellent rapport
with undergraduate students. Professional commitment to language teaching.
Strong interest in language pedagogy. Near-native fluency in Russian.
Command of stylistic and grammatical nuances of English and Russian, and an
ability to provide linguistic explanations in both languages.

SALARY:
Minimum starting salary for this position is $24,250.

Please send curriculum vitae to:
 Russian Search
 Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics
 Morrill Hall, Cornell University
 Ithaca, NY 14853-4701

Please indicate the names, addresses, and current telephone numbers of
three persons who are familiar with your teaching style and teaching
experience and may be contacted for references.

Complete applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is
selected. Applications received after June 1, 1995 will not be considered.

Cornell University is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.


Wayles Browne, Assoc. Prof. of Linguistics
Dept. of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Morrill Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853, U.S.A.
tel. 607-255-0712, 607-273-3009
e-mail ewb2cornell.edu (earlier: jn5jcornella.bitnet //
jn5jcornella.cit.cornell.edu)
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Message 4: Job Advert - RF in Computational Linguistics

Date: Wed, 9 Nov 94 15:49:03 GMTJob Advert - RF in Computational Linguistics
From: Roger Evans <rpeit-research-institute.brighton.ac.uk>
Subject: Job Advert - RF in Computational Linguistics

(Please forward to any additional interested parties)

University of Brighton

Information Technology Research Institute

Research Fellow - Computational Linguistics (fixed term for 3 years)
up to #19,137 per annum

This post is concerned with the development of techniques for enhancing
the representational structure of large-scale lexicons. The work will
involve surveying and collecting existing lexical resources, rapid
prototyping of enhancement techniques, testing and evaluation through
construction of pilot applications, and refinement of the techniques
into usable tools. A PhD in Computational Linguistics or a closely
related area, experience of lexical representation and good programming
skills, including familiarity with PROLOG and either POP11 or LISP, are
essential. Familiarity with the lexical representation language DATR, as
well as other lexical formalisms, is highly desirable. Experience of
large-scale lexicon development or acquisition, and of developing tools
for language engineering would also be an advantage.

Ref: IT916

For an informal discussion about the post, please telephone Dr. Roger
Evans, Deputy Head of the Information Technology Research Institute,
(01273) 642900, or email Roger.Evansitri.bton.ac.uk.

For further details and an application form contact the Personnel
Department, University of Brighton, Brighton, BN2 4AT, or 24 hour
answerphone: (01273) 642849 quoting the appropriate reference number.
If you need further information, ring (01273) 642837.

Closing date: 25th November 1994

Information about the post and the project may also be found on the ITRI
FTP server (ftp.itri.bton.ac.uk) in the following files:

 pub/itri/posts/IT916-SEAL-advert This message
 pub/itri/posts/IT916-SEAL-jobdesc Job description for the post
 pub/itri/posts/IT916-SEAL-project Project description

Note, however, that applications should be made on the forms available
from the above address.
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Message 5: psycholinguistics postdoc

Date: Wed, 9 Nov 1994 18:02:16 -psycholinguistics postdoc
From: Maryellen MacDonald <mcmgizmo.usc.edu>
Subject: psycholinguistics postdoc

A Postdoctoral position in psycholinguistics is available immediately,
to join an interdisciplinary lab that is part of the University of
Southern California's Neural, Informational, and Behavioral Sciences
(NIBS) Program. The focus of research is sentence and discourse
processing in normal aging and Alzheimer's Disease, particularly the
role of working memory in these processes.

The candidate must hold a Ph.D. in Psychology, Linguistics, or related
field, and have expertise in the use of on-line methods in language
comprehension.

The research is funded by the National Institute of Aging, with a salary
of $28,000 plus benefits. This is a one-year position with a possible
renewal for the subsequent two years of the grant.

Send a letter of application and a curriculum vitae to:

Maryellen MacDonald
Hedco Neuroscience Building
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2520

phone: (213)740-6181
e-mail: mcmgizmo.usc.edu

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
USC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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