LINGUIST List 7.1398

Wed Oct 9 1996

Jobs: Dean of grad studies, Director of center for lang acq

Editor for this issue: Ann Dizdar <dizdartam2000.tamu.edu>


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  1. Lynn Alan Eubank, DEAN, TOULOUSE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES, U of North Texas
  2. "Lisa Reed", DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Message 1: DEAN, TOULOUSE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES, U of North Texas

Date: Tue, 08 Oct 1996 12:25:29 CDT
From: Lynn Alan Eubank <eubankjove.acs.unt.edu>
Subject: DEAN, TOULOUSE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES, U of North Texas
I don't know if any linguists would be interested, but the folks
at the grad school here certainly would not balk at hiring a
linguist as dean, should a qualified one apply ...
Lynn Eubank
eubankjove.acs.unt.edu



 ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSITION

 DEAN, TOULOUSE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES
 University of North Texas


The University of North Texas seeks applications and nominations for
the position of Dean of the Toulouse School of Graduate Studies. The
Dean is responsible directly to the Provost and Vice President for
Academic Affairs for matters related to graduate education, including
the operations of the Toulouse School of Graduate Studies, and must
work collegially and effectively with the other deans, the Vice
Provost for Research, the graduate faculty, and the Texas Higher
Education Coordinating Board. This appointment will be restricted to
qualified individuals who are currently members of the UNT faculty,
and will be effective as soon as possible.

Candidates must hold the rank of Professor by the end of the 1996-1997
academic year and appointment in Category III of the Graduate Faculty.
They must have a full understanding of the comprehensive nature of the
university and the diversity of its graduate programs. Experience in
graduate programs, including the directing of dissertations and
theses, is strongly preferred. Candidates should also demonstrate
capabilities to:

 represent and promote the interests, quality, and integrity of
 graduate education and advanced study both within and outside the
 University;

 assist in the development of new graduate programs, the review of
 existing programs, and the successful marketing of graduate programs
 to new audiences, especially through distance education;

 promote and secure additional student financial support, especially
 at the doctoral level, in collaboration with programs; 

 develop and support appropriate student recruiting activities at the
 graduate school and program levels; and

 supervise and manage extensive record-keeping and processing
 functions.

Applications and nominations should be forwarded to Dr. John Todd,
Chair of the Search Committee, at the Office of the Provost. 
Applications should consist of a current curriculum vitae and the
names, addresses, and telephone numbers of at least three references. 
Review of applications will begin on October 15th and applications
will be received until the position is filled.

UNT is an equal opportunity employer and women and members of minority
groups are encouraged to apply.
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Message 2: DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Date: Tue, 08 Oct 1996 13:29:00 EDT
From: "Lisa Reed" <LAR13PSUVM.PSU.EDU>
Subject: DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

 DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Tenurability as Professor or advanced Associate Professor in any of
the degree-carrying languages at Penn State (i.e. French, Spanish,
German, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Italian), but with a preference
for one of the first three.

Presumed specialty in second language acquisition theory/applied
linguistics and computer-assisted instruction. Ph.D., strong record of
publications appropriate to rank, evidence of teaching effectiveness,
native or near-native proficiency in English and one target language,
and experience working with computer-assisted language learning
required. Willingness to teach at graduate and undergraduate levels
expected. Some administrative experience preferred.

Applications received by November 29, 1996 will be assured of
consideration. However, applications will be considered until
position is filled.

Send vita & complete file to:

 Chair, CLA Search Committee
 Box A, 316 Burrowes Building
 Penn State University
 University Park, PA 16802

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities
are encouraged to apply.
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