LINGUIST List 7.700

Thu May 16 1996

Jobs: Post-doc at Rochester; ESL

Editor for this issue: Anthony Rodrigues Aristar <>


  1. Peter Lasersohn, Post Doc
  2. Park, Sang Jin, ESL at Yeungnam Univ. in Korea

Message 1: Post Doc

Date: Mon, 13 May 1996 15:44:24 EDT
From: Peter Lasersohn <>
Subject: Post Doc
Post-Doc Position at the University of Rochester

The Center for Language Sciences at the University of Rochester
anticipates having one NIH post-doc available beginning July 1. The
center brings together faculty and students with interests in spoken
and signed languages from the departments of Linguistics, Computer
Science, Brain and Cognitive Sciences and Philosophy; and the
interdisciplinary programs in Cognitive Science and Neuroscience. We
will consider applicants from any of the disciplines who are
interested in contributing to an interdisciplinary language community.
However, we are particularly interested in post-doctoral fellows who
have interests in computational approaches to language, including both
stochastic and traditional approaches in computational linguistics and
natural language processing.

Applications should be sent to James Allen, University of Rochester,
Department of Computer Science, Computer Studies Building, Rochester,
NY 14627. Include a vita, sample reprints and/or pre-prints, a
statement of research and training interests, and arrange for letters
of reference from at least three referees. Applications must be
citizens or permanent residents of the USA. Applications will be
considered as soon as they are complete. The University of Rochester
is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from
women and from minorities.

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Message 2: ESL at Yeungnam Univ. in Korea

Date: Wed, 15 May 1996 17:29:11 +1000
From: Park, Sang Jin <>
Subject: ESL at Yeungnam Univ. in Korea
To sincere job-seekers:

We are now looking for ESL instructors to teach Laboratory English classes
or English conversation classes at Yeungnam University's Foreign Language
Institute, starting September 1, 1996. The instructor will teach 20 hours
per week, Monday through Friday, during the contract period. The instructor
will be provided with a furnished apatment. The anuual salary will be
13,000,000 -- 18,000,000 Korean Won (approximately $17,000 -- 23,000). To
apply for the position, please send us the following documents by June 10, 1996

1. two copies of your most recent resume
2. two copies of your diploma(s), certified by a Korean consulate
3. two original copies of your transcript(s)
4. two recent passport-size color photos
5. a photocopy of the first page of your passport
6. a statement of career goal

Further positions may be available starting in January and March in 1997. If
your have any questions, don't hesitate to ask us. Our mailing address is
the Foreign Language Institute, Yeungnam University, 214-1, Taedong,
Kyongsan, Kyongpuk 712-749, Republic of Korea. Phone: 82-53-810-3651, 3659
Fax: 82-53-812-7424


Prof. Lee, Han Sup
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