LINGUIST List 9.1025

Sat Jul 11 1998

Jobs: Postdoc in ASL/Cognitive Science

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  1. Cecile McKee, Postdoc in ASL/Cog Sci

Message 1: Postdoc in ASL/Cog Sci

Date: Fri, 3 Jul 1998 17:08:38 -0700 (MST)
From: Cecile McKee <mckeeU.Arizona.EDU>
Subject: Postdoc in ASL/Cog Sci

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE AT THE COGNITIVE SCIENCE PROGRAM,
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

A research team studying deaf elementary school children's language
development plans to appoint a postdoctoral fellow for the period of
August, 1998, to July, 1999. (Funding available will permit renewal of the
postdoctoral appointment, and extensions may be made subject to
satisfactory performance review.) Salary will be $25,000 per year, plus
health benefits. Candidates must have a PhD or EdD and be experienced in,
or wish to gain experience in, developmental psycholinguistics with
emphasis on experimental as well as observational techniques. Candidates
with background in experimental language research will be given priority.
The successful candidate must be bilingual in English and ASL; some
knowledge of Spanish is also desired. Primary responsibilities will be
helping design and evaluate measures of language development; some
teaching and testing of children and report-writing will also be done. The
University of Arizona is an EEO/AA Employer - M/W/D/V. Direct questions to
either Cecile McKee (voice/TTY: 520-621-2188, email: mckeeu.arizona.edu)
or Sam Supalla (TTY: 520-621-9466, email: ssupallau.arizona.edu). See
also the research project's abstract:
http://www.jsmf.org/98_csep_grants_awarded.htm. Review of applications
will begin 1 July, 1998, and will continue until the post is filled. Send
vita, statement of research interests, three lett ers of recommendation,
and writing samples (preprints or reprints of articles preferred) to:
	Dr. Cecile McKee
	Linguistics Dept, U of Arizona
	PO Box 210028
	Tucson, AZ 85721-0028
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