LINGUIST List 9.1786

Tue Dec 15 1998

Jobs: Neuromotor & Phonological Disorders, Theory

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  1. Shari Baum, Neuromotor control; Phonological disorders at McGill University
  2. h32140, Theoretical Ling; Research Fellowship at Kanda University

Message 1: Neuromotor control; Phonological disorders at McGill University

Date: Fri, 11 Dec 1998 11:18:55 -0500
From: Shari Baum <c3crmusica.mcgill.ca>
Subject: Neuromotor control; Phonological disorders at McGill University


McGill University

School of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Assistant Professor: Excellent career opportunity to join a dynamic
Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at an outstanding
research university. Requires a Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and
Disorders or related field and evidence of scholarly excellence,
including the potential to obtain external funding. Two positions are
available. Preference will be given to applicants with expertise in (1)
phonological development/disorders and (2) neuromotor control/speech
physiology. Duties include teaching of M.Sc./Ph.D. students in
Speech-Language Pathology and research supervision of M.Sc./Ph.D.
students in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Salary commensurate
with qualifications and experience. Start date September, 1998. 

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this advertisement
is directed to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. 
Non-Canadians are also invited to apply. McGill is an equal opportunity
employer.

Please send curriculum vitae with three letters of recommendation and
copies of representative publications to:

Search Committee, c/o
Dr. Rachel Mayberry, Director,
School of Communication Sciences and Disorders
McGill University
1266 Pine Ave. West
Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
H3G 1A8

Telephone: (514) 398-4137
e-mail: cymymusica.mcgill.ca

Application deadline for both positions is Feb. 1, 1999.
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Message 2: Theoretical Ling; Research Fellowship at Kanda University

Date: Sun, 13 Dec 1998 01:15:57 +0900 (JST)
From: h32140 <h32140m-unix.cc.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Subject: Theoretical Ling; Research Fellowship at Kanda University


The Graduate School of Language Sciences at Kanda University 
of International Studies (KUIS) has recently launched a linguistics 
project that involves research in theoretical linguistics and related 
areas such as psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, and computational 
linguistics. This project is supported by a Grant-in-Aid for COE (= 
Center of Excellence) Research of the Japanese Ministry of Education. 
KUIS hosts two post-doctoral positions for this project, and invites 
applications for these positions. 

Location: Graduate School of Language Sciences, Kanda University 
of International Studies, Makuhari, Chiba, Japan (45 minutes from 
the center of Tokyo) .

Application Deadline: March 14, 1999 for the term of September 1999
through August 2000.

Period: For one year. 

Qualification: Ph.D. obtained by the time of appointment (strictly 
required); or Ph.D. received within the past six years. Junior faculty 
members are eligible if they can take a leave from their institution for 
the term of the grant. 

(NOTE: These positions are supported by the Japan Society for the 
Promotion of Science (JSPS), and the awards are finalized on their 
approval. JSPS requires the grantees to be under 35 years of age when 
the term starts.) 

Specialization: Any area of theoretical linguistics (e.g., Syntax, 
Semantics, Morphology, Phonology) or related areas (e.g., 
Psycholinguistics, Neurolinguistics, Computational linguistics).

Nationality: non-Japanese.

Roles and Duties: The purpose of our project is to develop our 
linguistics research not only in theory construction but also in 
theory application and verification. We are especially interested in 
collaboration with psycholinguistics (language acquisition in particular), 
neurolinguistics, and computational linguistics. The grantees are 
expected to take part in our project by, for example, presenting their 
work in seminars and colloquia and attending our project meetings. 
There will be ample time to further develop their own research and/or 
to revise their dissertation for publication.

Stipend (subject to change): 270,000 yen (approximately 2,400 US 
dollars) a month (over 3 million yen (approximately 29 thousand 
dollars) a year) for living; plus 200,000 yen (a little less than 2,000 
dollars) for settling in. In addition, up to 800,000 yen (7,000 dollars) 
for research purposes will be supplied by the Ministry of Education if 
an application is filed and accepted. 

(NOTE: Housing will be supplied by KUIS as described below. 
Though the living costs in Japan (the Tokyo area in particular) are 
high, 3 million yen a year will be enough for a decent life because 
housing is taken care of.) 

Other privileges: A furnished apartment within a short distance of 
the university; an office room; a round trip air ticket to and from 
Tokyo; internet access; free use of a personal computer and other 
research facilities including the university library. 

Send a letter of application, CV (nationality and date of birth must 
be included), major publications, and two letters of recommendation 
to: 

 Akira Watanabe
 Linguistics Project, COE
 Dept. of English
 Bungaku-bu
 University of Tokyo
 7-3-1 Hongo
 Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033
 Japan	


For more information, send e-mail to: Akira Watanabe at 
< post-dockanda.kuis.ac.jp >
or fax to +81-43-273-2358.

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