LINGUIST List 8.1466

Fri Oct 10 1997

Jobs: Linguistics/TESOL

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  1. Paul Angelis, LIN/TESOL: SIUCarbondale

Message 1: LIN/TESOL: SIUCarbondale

Date: Thu, 09 Oct 1997 09:21:06 -0500
From: Paul Angelis <>
Subject: LIN/TESOL: SIUCarbondale

Tenure-track Position - Linguistics/TESOL

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Linguistics/TESOL: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale seeks
applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor beginning
August 16, 1998. Applicants with an established record of teaching and
publications may be considered for appointment as Associate Professor. The
individual selected must hold the Ph.D. in Linguistics or a closely related
field by the time of appointment with a specialization in TESOL, second
language reading and writing, and experience in teacher training and
supervision preferred. If all degree requirements are not completed at the
time of appointment, the appointment shall be a term appointment at the
rank of instructor. Duties include teaching undergraduate and M.A. level
courses, particularly TESOL theory and methods and practicums, coordination
and supervision of undergraduate writing courses and teaching assistants,
research, and service on student and departmental committees. Applicants
should submit letter of application summarizing experience in areas of
designated specializations, current CV, transcripts, samples of
publications, and three letters of recommendation to Search Committee,
Department of Linguistics, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale,
Carbondale, IL 62901-4517. The closing date for applications is November
17, 1997 or until an acceptable candidate is found. Tel: (618) 536-3385.
FAX: (618) 453-6527. E-mail: Southern Illinois University is
an Equal Employment/Affirmative Action Employer. 

Paul J. Angelis
Department of Linguistics
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Carbondale, IL, 62901-4517
Phone: (618) 536-3385 FAX: (618) 453-6527
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