LINGUIST List 8.655

Sat May 3 1997

Jobs: Instructor of Japanese

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  1. MAKI, Instructor of Japanese/Assistant Professor

Message 1: Instructor of Japanese/Assistant Professor

Date: Fri, 02 May 1997 20:26:51 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Instructor of Japanese/Assistant Professor

 The Department of Japanese Studies of Salem-Teikyo
 University invites applications for an instructor of
 Japanese at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning
 August, 1998. Salem-Teikyo University is a private
 American institution with 800 American students and 200
 Japanese students. Responsibilities include teaching 6
 modules (24 credit hours) and doing research for 2
 modules (2 months) per year. We are seeking a person
 who can teach 1) undergraduate Japanese language
 courses for non-native Japanese and 2) a course in
 his/her specialization. Applicants must have native
 fluency in Japanese and a terminal degree in the
 relevant fields. Yaruki no aru kata, mattemasu! (This
 year 6 students passed Level 3 of the Japanese
 Proficiency Test provided by the Japan Foundation, 3
 students passed the initial screening for the 1997-
 1998 Mombushoo scholarship, and 2 students gave
 presentations in a regional and a national conference.)
 Please send a letter of application, vita,
 graduate transcripts, and three current references to:

 Hideki Maki
 Department of Japanese Studies
 Salem-Teikyo University
 Salem, WV 26426-0500 U.S.A.
 Tel: 304-782-5587
 Fax: 304-782-5543
 Screening will begin on September 2, 1997 and will
 continue until the position is filled. Salem-Teikyo
 University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action
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