LINGUIST List 9.1379

Mon Oct 5 1998

Jobs: General Ling, Applied Ling, Spanish Ling

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  1. Li, Frank, Cal State: Discourse/cognitive/functional, Applied linguistics/TESOL
  2. Elaine Gaudio, Spanish Linguistics Position, Western Michigan University

Message 1: Cal State: Discourse/cognitive/functional, Applied linguistics/TESOL

Date: Fri, 2 Oct 1998 18:11:50 -0700
From: Li, Frank <FLIcsuchico.edu>
Subject: Cal State: Discourse/cognitive/functional, Applied linguistics/TESOL

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The English Department at California State University, Chico announces
two-tenure track (Assistant Professor) positions.

The position in linguistics requires a Ph.D. in linguistics with
research/training in discourse and cognitive/functional approaches to
syntax and semantics; experience in teaching core-area linguistics
courses as well as introduction to Second Language Acquisition. A
research interest in non-Indo-European languages(s) is desirable.
Tenure-track faculty are required to pursue research and publication
and provide service to the university community. The teaching load is
4 courses per semester, and teaching responsibilities will include
introduction to linguistics, introduction to syntax, introduction to
second language acquisition: theory and methods, and graduate seminars
in linguistics (as needed).

The applied linguistics/TESOL position requires a Ph.D. in applied
linguistics or TESOL (with a strong linguistics background); teaching
experience in English for Academic Purposes programs in the US and ESL
pin a non-US setting, or ESL/bilingual programs in K-12 schools in the
US. The position also involves advising ESL students, pursuing
research and publication, and service to the university community. The
teaching load is 4 courses per semester, including ESL, introduction
to second language acquisition theories and methods, and a graduate
seminar in second language acquisition.

As a university that educates students of various ethnic and cultural
backgrounds, we value a diverse faculty and staff and seek to create
as diverse a pool of candidates as possible. Starting date for both
positions is August 1999. Salary ranges from 37,956-40,692. Deadline
for applications is December 3, 1998 (and continue as necessary). Will
interview at MLA and LSA. Please mail letter of application, current
CV, and recommendations to:

 Karen C. Hatch
 Department of English
 California State University, Chico
 Chico, CA 95929-0830
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Message 2: Spanish Linguistics Position, Western Michigan University

Date: Mon, 05 Oct 1998 09:37:01 -0400
From: Elaine Gaudio <Elaine.Gaudiowmich.edu>
Subject: Spanish Linguistics Position, Western Michigan University

The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at Western Michigan
University seeks applications for an assistant professor of Spanish,
tenure track, beginning fall 1999, pending budgetary approval. Ph.D. in
Spanish or evidence of imminent award required. Native or near-native
fluency essential. Preferred specialization in Spanish language and/or
applied linguistics. Genuine interest in coordination and supervision
of teaching assistants. Commitment to teaching at all levels, including
undergraduate classes in culture of Spain or Latin America. College
teaching experience and publications desirable. Western Michigan
University, a Carnegie Classification Doctoral I Institution, has an
affirmative action program that encourages applications from
underrepresented groups. Send letter of application, vita, transcripts,
three letters of recommendation, and statement of research plans to:

Dr. John Benson, Chairperson,
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5091 
Fax:(616) 387-3103
e-mail: john.bensonwmich.edu

For information about Western Michigan University see http://www.wmich.edu. 
Review of applications will begin November 1, 1998 and will continue until the
position is filled.
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