LINGUIST List 8.619

Mon Apr 28 1997

Jobs: Corrections: TESOL, Arabic/Thai lang

Editor for this issue: Susan Robinson <suelinguistlist.org>


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  1. Raymond Weitzman, Correction - Lecturer Position in TESOL
  2. Patricia Ann Robinson, Modification to job posting

Message 1: Correction - Lecturer Position in TESOL

Date: Mon, 28 Apr 1997 07:32:16 -0700
From: Raymond Weitzman <raymondwcsufresno.edu>
Subject: Correction - Lecturer Position in TESOL

The correct e-mail address of Professor Ellen Lipp, Chair of the
Search Committee for the Lecturer position (temporary) in TESOL at
California State University, Fresno is

	ellenlzimmer.csufresno.edu
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Message 2: Modification to job posting

Date: Mon, 28 Apr 1997 09:52:55 -0400
From: Patricia Ann Robinson <parlinus.mitre.org>
Subject: Modification to job posting

Fluent/native Thai speaker to act as language consultant to natural
language processing team. Part-of-speech, word boundary (segmentation),
and phrase-level labeling of Thai news source text. Familiarity with
basic word processing required. Experience with UNIX and SGML is
optional, but desirable. This is a temporary position located in
Bedford, Massachusetts, USA. Applicants should reside within commuting
distance of the Boston area, as relocation will not be considered. If
interested, please forward your resume to Patty Robinson at
parannmitre.org 

Fluent/native Arabic speaker to act as language consultant to natural
language processing team. Part-of-speech and phrase-level labeling of
Arabic news source text. Familiarity with basic word processing
required. Experience with UNIX and SGML is optional, but desirable. 
This is a temporary position located in Bedford, Massachusetts, USA.
Applicants should reside within commuting distance of the Boston area,
as relocation will not be considered. If interested, please
forward your resume to Patty Robinson at parannmitre.org

Thank you,

Patty Robinson
MITRE Corporation
(617) 271-2849
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