LINGUIST List 5.337

Tue 22 Mar 1994

Jobs: Semantics, psycholinguistics

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  1. , Semantics at SUNY Buffalo
  2. Ann Cooreman, professorship

Message 1: Semantics at SUNY Buffalo

Date: Tue, 22 Mar 1994 09:38:02 Semantics at SUNY Buffalo
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Subject: Semantics at SUNY Buffalo

 The Department of Linguistics at the State University of New York at
Buffalo has a one-year temporary position open for 1994-95, pending final
budgetary approval. We are seeking a person with a primary specialization in
SEMANTICS and a strong secondary specialization. He/she will be expected to
teach introductory and advanced courses at the undergraduate and graduate

 Initial application can be made by e-mail or letter (fax); please send
application letter, CV and names of three references (including e-mail and
phone numbers) to Robert Van Valin (LINVANUBVMS.CC.BUFFALO.EDU), Chair,
Dept. of Linguistics, 685 Baldy Hall, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo NY 14260
[phone: (716) 645-2177; fax: (716) 645-3825]. Additional materials will be
requested as needed. Consideration of applications will begin April 15,
1994, and applications will continue to be accepted until the position is
filled. AA/EOE.
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Message 2: professorship

Date: Tue, 22 Mar 1994 12:54:36 professorship
From: Ann Cooreman <>
Subject: professorship


Department of Psychology

Chair of Psychology

The University of Glasgow intends to proceed to the appointment of a
Professor of Psychology from 1 October 1994 or such other date as may be
arranged. As part of this process, applications are invited from candidates
with an established international reputation and proven record of leadership
in research and of teaching in any of the Department's areas of activity.
However preference may be given to those with interests which are
complementary to the psycholinguistics group in the Department, possible
areas including human neuropsychology; aspects of cognition particularly
those relating to clinical and experimental approaches; memory and
attention; perception; decision making; cognitive development and
associated disorders.

Further particulars may be obtained from the Academic Personnel Office,
University of Glasgow, Glasgow G11 8QQ, where applications (3 copies, 1 copy
in the case of overseas applicants), giving the names and addresses of three
referees, should be lodged on or before 15th April 1994.

In reply please quote Ref No 8208.
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