LINGUIST List 7.1314

Sun Sep 22 1996

Jobs: Computational, Japanese Lg

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  1. Brian Joseph, COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS at Ohio State U.
  2. Jean Grossholtz, Japanese Language positin

Message 1: COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS at Ohio State U.

Date: Thu, 19 Sep 1996 13:46:15 EDT
From: Brian Joseph <bjosephling.ohio-state.edu>
Subject: COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS at Ohio State U.

FACULTY POSITION IN COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS

DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

The Ohio State University Department of Linguistics announces a
new position, pending final approval, for an Assistant Professor
or Associate Professor, beginning with the Autumn quarter of
1997. We are searching for a specialist in computational
phonetics/phonology/morphology or in discourse modeling, but
outstanding applicants in other areas of computational linguistics
who complement existing strengths in the department will be
considered.

The primary duties of this position are: maintaining an active
research program in computational linguistics; teaching
undergraduate- and graduate-level courses, advising students,
and directing graduate student research; and performing service
duties as required by the department, the College of Humanities,
and the University. The salary will be negotiable, but
commensurate with rank and credentials.

The successful candidate will show potential for excellence in
research and teaching, and will have a strong commitment to
building bridges among related areas of investigation within the
department and throughout the University.

The deadline for receipt of applications is Friday, November 15,
1996. Applicants should send a curriculum vitae, statement of
research interests, up to three representative publications, and the
names and addresses (electronic and mail) of three references
(whom we will contact for letters, as needed), to:

		Brian D. Joseph, Computational Linguistics Search
		Department of Linguistics
		The Ohio State University
		222 Oxley Hall
		1712 Neil Avenue
		Columbus, OH 43210-1298

Inquiries may be addressed to Brian Joseph by letter at the above
address, or via electronic mail at bjosephling.ohio-state.edu,
or by phone at 614-292-4981, or by FAX at 614-292-4273.

The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer. Qualified women, minorities, Vietnam-era
Veterans, disabled veterans, and individuals with disabilities are
encouraged to apply.
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Message 2: Japanese Language positin

Date: Sat, 21 Sep 1996 22:22:30 EDT
From: Jean Grossholtz <jgrosshomhc.mtholyoke.edu>
Subject: Japanese Language positin

Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Ma 0l075.

The Asian Studies program invites applications for
a tenure track position in Japanese language
teaching beginning in September 1997. Ph.d.
required. This position will involve further
development and direction of our existing Japanese
language program and coordination of our program
with those of the Five College consortium
(including Amherst, Hampshire and Smith Colleges
and the University of Massachusetts). The
appointee may be at any level and must be
concentrated on language teaching. We anticipate
that this person will have a major role in the hiring
of a second Japanese language position. The
appointee will teach two classes in first year
Japanese each semester and a fifth course in
language or related areas. Send a letter of
application, vita, and three letters of
recommendation to Jean Grossholtz, Chair, Asian
Studies Program by November 30, 1996. Mount
Holyoke College is committed to fostering cultural
diversity and multicultural awareness in its faculty,
staff and students and is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Women and
minorities are especially encouraged to apply.
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