LINGUIST List 5.655

Wed 08 Jun 1994

Jobs: Vietnamese/Laotian/Khmer, African lang pedagogy, Post-doc

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  1. Victor Raskin, Vietnamese, Laotian, Khmer
  2. robert n shull, Job
  3. ", job: post-doc in psycholinguistics

Message 1: Vietnamese, Laotian, Khmer

Date: Fri, 3 Jun 94 14:48:17 ESTVietnamese, Laotian, Khmer
From: Victor Raskin <raskinmace.cc.purdue.edu>
Subject: Vietnamese, Laotian, Khmer

I know of a nice job opportunity for a person or persons with
linguistic expertise in Vietnamese, Laotian, and/or Cambodian (Khmer,
I guess?). May I ask people who come under these categories to contact
me privately by e-mail? Thank you!
--

Victor Raskin raskinmace.cc.purdue.edu
Professor of English and Linguistics (317) 494-3782
Chair, Interdepartmental Program in Linguistics 494-3780 fax
Coordinator, Natural Language Processing Laboratory
Purdue University
W. Lafayette, IN 47907-1356 U.S.A.
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Message 2: Job

Date: Mon, 6 Jun 1994 15:26:12 -Job
From: robert n shull <rshullsilver.ucs.indiana.edu>
Subject: Job

The Department of Linguistics and the African Studies Program of
Indiana University invite applications for a pre- or post-doctoral
traineeship in African language pedagogy beginning this coming August,
1994. Fluency in Bambara and prior teaching experience are required.
To express interest and request further information, contact Professor
Paul Newman as soon as possible.
Telephone: (812) 855-6459
Fax: (812) 855-6734
email: lingdeptindiana.edu
Mail: Department of Linguistics
 Indiana University
 Bloomington IN 47405
 USA
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Message 3: job: post-doc in psycholinguistics

Date: Tue, 7 Jun 1994 11:27:09 +job: post-doc in psycholinguistics
From: " <nnguyenfpssun10.unige.ch>
Subject: job: post-doc in psycholinguistics

 Post-doctoral position in Geneva, Switzerland

 Applications are invited for a post-doctoral position to
work on a Swiss Fonds National de la Recherche Scientifique
(FNRS) grant within the psycholinguistics laboratory of the
Faculty of Psychology and Education (FPSE) at the University of
Geneva. The successful candidate is expected to conduct research
in the area of experimental and computational psycholinguistics
on a project studying spoken word recognition. The main topics
being addressed concern: the input representation(s) and units of
speech processing, the mapping process between input and lexical
representations, and the segmentation processes and the role
played by prosodic information. A strong background in experimen-
tation and a good knowledge of computational modelling and/or
phonological theory are highly desirable. Native or near native
fluency in French is required.

 The 2 1/2 year position starts on October 1, 1994 and
continues through March 31, 1997. Remuneration will be approxi-
mately 55,000 Fr./year (excluding taxes and social insurance).
Interested candidates should send a letter of application stating
past experience and current psycholinguistics interests, a curri-
culum vitae, a copy of the highest degree (doctorate), and the
names/(email) addresses of two references. In order to obtain a
Swiss working permit, the successful candidates must enroll at
the university as a student. Since the closing date for receipt
of applications is June 15, candidates are encouraged to send
their applications either by e-mail or FAX.

Prof. Uli Frauenfelder

Laboratoire de Psycholinguistique, FPSE
9 route de Drize, CH-1227 Carouge Suisse
tel.: (+41) 22 705 97 40 - Fax: (+41) 22 300 14 80
e-mail: frauenfeuni2a.unige.ch
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