LINGUIST List 7.1588

Sat Nov 9 1996

Jobs: Phonology at U of Pittsburg, Graduate fellowships

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  1. "Daniel L. Everett", Phonology at U of Pittsburg
  2. Gregor Moehler, Research Stipends for Graduate Fellowships available

Message 1: Phonology at U of Pittsburg

Date: Thu, 07 Nov 1996 07:10:02 EST
From: "Daniel L. Everett" <deververb.linguist.pitt.edu>
Subject: Phonology at U of Pittsburg

The following announcement is being reposted at this time because we
have now been authorized to remove the qualification 'subject to
budgetary approval'.

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The Department of Linguistics at the University of Pittsburgh
announces a tenure-track position in Phonology at the rank of
Assistant Professor, starting September 01, 1997.


In addition to a strong record of research in theoretical phonology,
the ideal candidate should also have experience in some related area
of linguistic research, e.g. acoustic phonetics, morphological theory,
or the syntax-phonology interface. Field experience, especially with
American Indian languages, would count in a candidate's favor. It is
essential that candidates be able to document ability to teach a
general introductory course, as well as an elementary course in at
least one other core area of Linguistics (e.g. acoustic phonetics,
syntax, morphology, or semantics). We expect the successful candidate
to be interested in and able to contribute strongly to development of
an undergraduate program in Linguistics.

Complete CVs, along with three letters of recommendation should be
sent to Prof. Richmond Thomason, Chair, Search Committee, Department
of Linguistics, 2816 CL, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
15260. Please include phone numbers and email addresses.

The deadline for applications is December 01, 1996. We expect to
interview candidates who have passed initial screening at the LSA
meetings in Chicago, in January 1997.

Salary will be competitive.

The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action, Equal
Opportunity Employer.
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Message 2: Research Stipends for Graduate Fellowships available

Date: Thu, 07 Nov 1996 15:08:39 +0100
From: Gregor Moehler <gregor.moehlerims.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Research Stipends for Graduate Fellowships available
Applications are invited for three-year graduate fellowships at the 

 Graduiertenkolleg 
	 of the University of Stuttgart, Germany 

starting January 1997.

The Graduiertenkolleg, founded in 1990, specialises in:

Theoretical Computational Linguistics (Prof. Mats Rooth)
Experimental Phonetics, Speech Sciences (Prof. Grzegorz Dogil)
Philosophy, Formal Logic (Prof. Hans Kamp)
Computer Science, Intelligent Systems (Prof. Egbert Lehmann)
Syntactic Theory, Comparative Syntax (Prof. Ian Roberts)
Computational Linguistics (Prof. Christian Rohrer)

Applicants should have completed their undergraduate training and be
able to present evidence of adequate knowledge in at least one of the
above mentioned main research areas of the program. Applications
should contain a short research proposal, a curriculum vitae, samples
of previous work (including the MA/diploma-thesis), course and grade
lists, a copy of the diploma, a letter of evaluation, and, where
applicable, evidence of an adequate command of the English and German
language.

Financial aid: Candidates who are admitted are offered a research
stipend of DM 1600 (plus a supplement of DM 300 for married grant
holders and DM 200 for each child and additionally a certain amount of
travel expenses) for at most three years.

More information is available on:
http://www.ims.uni-stuttgart.de/Graduiertenkolleg/


Applications should be sent by November 22nd, 1996, at the latest, to: 

Mats Rooth 
Institut fuer Maschinelle Sprachverarbeitung 
Universitaet Stuttgart 
Azenbergstr. 12 
70174 Stuttgart 
Germany 
e-mail: matsims.uni-stuttgart.de
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