LINGUIST List 7.1225

Tue Sep 3 1996

Jobs: Lg Acquisition, Teaching positions

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  1. "Alison Henry", LANGUAGE ACQUISITION JOB
  2. NCTU DFLL, Positions in Taiwan
  3. NCTU DFLL, Positions in Taiwan

Message 1: LANGUAGE ACQUISITION JOB

Date: Fri, 30 Aug 1996 17:15:37 GMT
From: "Alison Henry" <AM.Henryulst.ac.uk>
Subject: LANGUAGE ACQUISITION JOB
Research Officer in Linguistics (Job Share)
University of Ulster at Jordanstown
Ref: J96/218/B

A vacancy exists for a researcher to work on a job share basis on an
ESRC funded project on 'Language Acquisition in Conditions of Variable
Input' which is investigating the acquisition of English in Belfast.
Applicants must have or be about to complete a PhD in Linguistics or a
cognate area and have experience of working on first language
acquisiton within the Principles and Parameters/Minimalist framework

The post is until 31 May 1998

Salary: #14,317-#21,519 (pro rata)

Closing date for applications: 13 September 1996
Interview date: 24 September 1996

Application forms and further details can be obtained from:
Recruitment Office, University of Ulster at Coleraine, Cromore Road,
Coleraine, Co Londonderry, BT52 1SA, N Ireland; telephone
01232-368222, or from outside the UK (+44)1232-368222.

Alison Henry
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Message 2: Positions in Taiwan

Date: Mon, 02 Sep 1996 16:30:15 +0800
From: NCTU DFLL <cptsaicc.nctu.edu.tw>
Subject: Positions in Taiwan
> > Job Announcement for Spring 1997
> >
> > Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
> > National Chiao Tung University
> > Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C
> >
> > The Department plans to fill a number of teaching positions in the
> > following fields:
> >
> > Computational linguistics, child language acquistion, speech
> > perception.
> >
> > Appointees will be required to conduct individual and collaborative
> > research, teach specialized as well as language proficiency courses
> > (including translation), participate in curriculum development, and
> > perform some administrative duties.
> >
> > Candidates must have Ph.D. degrees by the time of appointment, which
> > is scheduled for Feb., 1997. Appointments will be made at the ranks of
> > Assistant Professorship (pending government approval), Associate
> > Professorship, or Professorship. Salaries will be based on the
> > government pay scale, and commensurate with qualifications and
> > experience.
> >
> > Letters of application, brief statements of current research, C.V.
> > (including names, addresses (email address included), telephone or fax
> > numbers of 3 referees) should be sent (by Sept. 15th, 1996) to:
> >
> > Professor Shu-chen Chiang
> > Chair, Dept. of Foreign Lang. & Lit.
> > 1001 Ta Hsueh Road, Hsinchu
> > Taiwan 30050, R.O.C.
> >
> > For inquiry, please contact the Department:
> >
> > Telephone 886-35-712121 ext. 58100
> > Fax 886-35-72
>
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Message 3: Positions in Taiwan

Date: Mon, 02 Sep 1996 16:33:43 +0800
From: NCTU DFLL <cptsaicc.nctu.edu.tw>
Subject: Positions in Taiwan
> =========================================================================
> Job Announcement for Fall 1997
>
> Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
> National Chiao Tung University
> Hsinchu, Taiwan, R.O.C
>
> The Department plans to fill a number of teaching positions in the following
> fields:
>
> 1. Anglo-American literature, literature and film, literature and
> philosophy, multiculturalism.
>
> 2. Computational linguistics, cognitive science (spoken language processing
> preferred), speech perception, morphology.
>
> Appointees will be required to conduct individual and collaborative
> research, teach specialized as well as language proficiency courses
> (including translation), participate in curriculum development, and perform
> some administrative duties.
>
> Candidates must have Ph.D. degrees by the time of appointment, which is
> scheduled for August, 1997. Appointments will be made at the ranks of
> Assistant Professorship (pending government approval), Associate
> Professorship, or Professorship. Salaries will be based on the government
> pay scale, and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
>
> Letters of application, brief statements of current research, C.V.
> (including names, addresses (email address included), telephone or fax
> numbers of 3 referees) should be sent (by Feb. 1st., 1997) to:
>
> Professor Shu-chen Chiang
> Chair, Dept. of Foreign Lang. & Lit.
> 1001 Ta Hsueh Road, Hsinchu
> Taiwan 30050, R.O.C.
>
> For inquiry, please contact the Department:
>
> Telephone 886-35-712121 ext. 58100
> Fax 886-35-726037
> Email cptsaicc.nctu.edu.tw
>
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