LINGUIST List 7.53

Thu Jan 11 1996

Jobs: Special ed at San Franciso, Ling at Morehead State

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


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  1. Philip M. Prinz, Special Education
  2. Michelle Hardin, Linguistics at Morehead State University

Message 1: Special Education

Date: Thu, 11 Jan 1996 13:41:37 MST
From: Philip M. Prinz <pmsfsu.edu>
Subject: Special Education

Tenure Track PositionSan Francisco State University (SFSU). Joint
Doctoral Program in Special Education - San Francisco State University
& UC Berkeley--Atypical Developmental Psycholinguistics emphasis:
Assistant/Associate Professor, based on qualifications. Doctorate in
Special Education, Education of the Deaf, Linguistics, Psychology or
related discipline. Knowledge of language acquisition in atypical
populations (e.g., Deaf, language/learning disabled, specific language
impaired). Strong evidence of scholarly productivity or potential.
Minimum of two years professional experience. University teaching,
research, grant writing, and experience working with special needs
children in language and/or literacy development desirable. Knowledge
of multicultural and multilingual aspects of deafness and related
areas of education preferred. Duties include teaching doctoral level
courses in linguistics of ASL, sign language acquisition, teaching
master's degree courses in related areas of special education, and
supervision of doctoral dissertations, research and teaching practica.
Application reviews begin March 15, 1996; position open until filled.
Send letter of application, vita, and three letters of recommendation
to: Chair, Search Committee, Joint Doctoral Program, Department of
Special Education, San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway
Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94132. SFSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer.

Dr. Philip M. Prinz, Coordinator, Joint Doctoral Program in Special
Education
 (SF State University & UC Berkeley) San Francisco State University
Department of Special Education & ASL Literacy Project 1600 Holloway
Ave. San Francisco, CA 94132 
Tel: (415) 338-7655 Fax: (415) 338-0566
E-mail: pmsfsu.edu



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Message 2: Linguistics at Morehead State University

Date: Thu, 11 Jan 1996 16:22:52 EST
From: Michelle Hardin <m.hardinmorehead-st.edu>
Subject: Linguistics at Morehead State University


Morehead State University invites applications for a tenure track
position as Assistant Professor of English beginning fall 1996.
Teaching responsibilities will include upper-division and graduate
English language and linguistics courses as well as composition and
introduction to literature; occasional off-campus course assignments.
Qualifications: Completion of requirements for the Ph.D. with
specialization in English linguistics by May 1996; evidence of strong
teaching ability; evidence of scholarly productivity or potential;
commitment to teaching, research, and service. Background in language
acquisition, semantics, and/or socio-linguistics preferred. To ensure
consideration, submit letter of application, curriculum vitae, three
references, three recent letters of recommendation, graduate
transcripts, and a writing sample by February 1, 1996, to: Office of
Human Resources, Attn: Linguistics Search #2629, Morehead State
University, HM 101, Morehead, KY 40351. MSU is an AA/EO employer.
The University has a strong commitment to the principles of diversity
and seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities,
and individuals with disabilities.


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Michelle P. Hardin			Recruitment and Employment Manager
m.hardinmorehead-st.edu		Office of Human Resources
(606) 783-2097 Office Telephone		Morehead State University
(606) 783-5206 Personal Telephone	Howell-McDowell 101		
(606) 783-5028 Fascimile		Morehead, KY 40351-1689
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