LINGUIST List 9.1806

Fri Dec 18 1998

Jobs: Applied linguistics

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  1. steve chiang, Asst prof. TESOL applied linguistics foreign language acquisition

Message 1: Asst prof. TESOL applied linguistics foreign language acquisition

Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 06:02:09 PST
From: steve chiang <>
Subject: Asst prof. TESOL applied linguistics foreign language acquisition

Da Yeh University's nascent English Department has several faculty 
openings effective Fall 1999 at the assistant professor level. The 
successful candidates should have expertise and/or experience in one or 
more of the following areas: TESOL, applied linguistics, foreign 
language acquisition, business English, and linguistics. They should 
also have their Ph.D degrees in hand no later then March, 1999 for Fall 
employment. Responsibilities include teaching (ca. 10 hours per week), 
helping the Department establish a core curriculum and research programs 
in keeping with its teaching goals. Applicants should send an English 
cover letter and a copy of vita as soon as possible to 

Chair, English Search Committee
Liberal Arts Center
Da Yeh University
112 Shan-Jiau Road, Da-Tsuen
Changhua, Taiwan 515 

Fax: 886-4-852-8466

Review of applications will begin immediately until all positions are 
filled. In order to cut down on the processing time of their 
applications, applicants are encouraged to submit the above materials 
via E-mail or fax, as well as providing an E-mail address to which our 
responses may be sent.
 DYU is a private institution which was founded as an Institute of 
Technology in 1990 and elevated to University status by the ROC Ministry 
of Education in 1997. The current enrollment is around 8000. The campus 
is located on the side of a mountain in a rural area of Central Taiwan, 
about 30 kilometers (18 miles) south of Taichung, the 3rd-largest city 
in Taiwan. For more information, visit our web-site at

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