LINGUIST List 9.1437

Wed Oct 14 1998

Jobs: Foreign lang. Prof., Hebrew teaching position

Editor for this issue: Brett Churchill <>


  1. darci strother, Assistant Professor/Lecturer - Foreign Languages
  2. Scott DeLancey, Hebrew teaching position

Message 1: Assistant Professor/Lecturer - Foreign Languages

Date: Sun, 11 Oct 1998 08:05:54 -0700
From: darci strother <>
Subject: Assistant Professor/Lecturer - Foreign Languages

Assistant Professor/Lecturer - Foreign Languages

Foreign Languages Program at California State University San Marcos, start
Fall 1999. 
Young program seeks individual committed to enhancing offerings,
enrollments, and diversity in languages other than Spanish. Looking
for an energetic and enterprising person with strong interest in
second language acquisition and teacher preparation, who has a
commitment to working with adjunct faculty in enhancing the demand for
Japanese, Chinese, French, German (etc.) in our developing program.
Demonstrated excellence in teaching one or more of the above-mentioned
languages, and willingness to participate in CSUSM general education
program essential. Experience using classroom technology
desirable. Ph.D. or equivalent at time of appointment preferred.

Submit vitae, and one-page statement of teaching/learning/professional
goals and philosophy to:

CSU, San Marcos
Attn: Foreign Languages Faculty Search Chair. 
San Marcos, CA 92096-0001

Application materials must be postmarked by November 10, 1998 to receive full
consideration; however, position open until filled. Position subject to
final authorization. 

CSUSM is an AA/EEO/Title IX employer. 

FIRST LISTING - September 1998. 

If you have further questions, please contact our Program Support Staff,
Sylvia Saenz at
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Message 2: Hebrew teaching position

Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 12:04:23 -0700 (PDT)
From: Scott DeLancey <>
Subject: Hebrew teaching position


The University of Oregon seeks a full-time Instructor in modern Hebrew,
beginning Fall, 1999. Applicants should have native or near-native
competence, MA or better in Hebrew or field related to language learning
and teaching, experience and skill in college-level language teaching.
Applications should include cv, at least 3 letters of reference, evidence
of excellence in teaching including student evaluations, syllabi, related
teaching materials, and description of instructional methods, goals, and
background for teaching Hebrew. Duties will include first- and second-year
modern Hebrew, and other courses to be determined on the basis of the
appointee's background and the program's needs. Send applications to
 Professor Richard L. Stein
 Hebrew Language Search Committee
 English Department
 University of Oregon
 Eugene, or 97403-1294
 Phone: (541) 346-3971
 FAX to (541) 346-2220.
Please refer in your inquiry to to HEBREW SEARCH. Review of applications
will begin January 1, 1999. The University of Oregon is an equal-
opportunity, affirmative action institution committed to cultural
diversity and compliance with the Americans with Diasabilities Act.
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