LINGUIST List 6.1242

Wed Sep 13 1995

Jobs: Asst prof at U of Delaware, Research asst at Sheffield

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  1. William J Frawley, Position Announcement: University of Delaware
  2. Yorick Wilks, Research Studentships available at Sheffield

Message 1: Position Announcement: University of Delaware

Date: Tue, 12 Sep 1995 11:35:04 Position Announcement: University of Delaware
From: William J Frawley <billfUDel.Edu>
Subject: Position Announcement: University of Delaware

=09The Department of Linguistics at the University of Delaware is=20
seeking an Assistant Professor, tenure track, with a specialization=20
in formal syntax and a serious secondary specialization in some area=20
of Cognitive Science. The individual will be expected to help bridge=20
Linguistics and Cognitive Science and collaborate with other faculty=20
and students in those fields. Cognitive Science at the University of=20
Delaware includes individuals from Psychology, Computer Science,=20
Philosophy, Neuroscience, Educational Studies, and the Applied=20
Science and Engineering Laboratory. Potential areas of interaction=20
include, but are not restricted to, language acquisition and=20
processing, communicative disorders, vision, computational=20
linguistics, artificial intelligence, philosophy of mind/language, and=20
cognitive neuropsychology. The individual will teach graduate-level=20
courses in syntax and cognitive science, an undergraduate=20
introductory-level linguistics course, and an undergraduate course=20
in cognitive science. Position will begin 9/1/96. Ph.D. by time of=20
appointment. Interested candidates should send a letter of=20
application detailing how they meet the position description, CV,=20
three letters of recommendation, and samples of=20
research/publications. Send applications by December 15, 1995. =20
Candidates should indicate whether they plan to attend any of the=20
following conferences: the North East Linguistic Society, the Boston=20
University Conference on Language Acquisition, and the Linguistic=20
Society of America. Send materials to Search Committee --
Syntax/Cognitive Science, Department of Linguistics, University of=20
Delaware, Newark, DE 19716-2551. =D2The University of Delaware is=20
an Equal Opportunity Employer Which Encourages Applications From=20
Minority Groups and Women.=D3

Email or Phone Inquiries to:
William Frawley
Interim Chair
Dept. of Linguistics
University of Delaware
billfbrahms.udel.edu
302-831-6806
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Message 2: Research Studentships available at Sheffield

Date: Wed, 13 Sep 1995 15:54:17 Research Studentships available at Sheffield
From: Yorick Wilks <yorickdcs.shef.ac.uk>
Subject: Research Studentships available at Sheffield


 The University of Sheffield

 Department of Computer Science

 UP TO TWO RESEARCH STUDENTSHIPS IN
 NATURAL LANGUAGE ENGINEERING

Research studentships are still available in the Natural Language Processing
research group for October 1995. A candidate should have a good first
degree in Computer Science or something closely related, and have an interest
or experience in natural language processing. We would be particularly
interested, for one studentship, in someone with a background in some
mainstream paradigm in formal syntax and parsing. The other could
be in any area of our interests: information extraction, pragmatics, knowledge
 representation, interfaces to dialogue systems, computational lexicons etc.

Informal enquiries to Yorick Wilks (y.wilksdcs.shef.ac.uk) or to Mark Hepple
(m.heppledcs.shef.ac.uk) for the first. The Department's WWW address is:
http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/ where there is a lot of material on what we do, and
the group's involvement with ILASH (Institute for Language, Speech and Hearing)
.
The studentships would be at the standard UK rate (about 5000 pounds at present
)
but some enhancement is possible for a good candidate. For those without
WWW access, a paper or email version of our research description is available
from Yorick Wilks at the above email address.
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