LINGUIST List 9.674

Sat May 9 1998

Jobs: Japanese,TESOL,Research Asst

Editor for this issue: Martin Jacobsen <>


  1. suzukij, Japanese
  2. ssherry, Visiting Asst Prof: TESOL
  3. Sharon Oviatt, Research Assistant Position

Message 1: Japanese

Date: 8 May 98 13:04:21 JST
From: suzukij <>
Subject: Japanese

Lecturer in Japanese Affairs & Culture

Hokkaido University of Education Sapporo (HUES)

Applications are invited for the position of full-time lecturer
(tenure) for Japanese Affairs & Culture (Nihon Jijoo Kyooiku)
beginning 1 September, 1998. The successful candidate will be 
expected to teach the course in Japanese Affairs and Culture to
overseas students (mainly from China, Russia, USA, EU) and also to
give lectures on the subject of Cross Cultural Understanding for the
Japanese undergraduate students.


1)MA in the following related areas:
 Area Studies-Japan, Comparative studies in Japanese
 language/culture/society/education, Education of 
 Japanese affairs and culture for overseas students,
 Teaching of Japanese as a foreign language.
2)Should be fluent in both Japanese and English,
 to be able to give lectures and to participate in
 academic discussions. 
3)Should be less than forty years of age.

Application :
 Canditates should request prescribed special forms to the
 following e-mail address. 
 Mr. Junkichi Suzuki
 Department of Global Education
 Hokkaido University of Education Sapporo(HUES)
 We will send you the forms by air mail to your contact
 postal address. We cannot send them by e-mail or fax.

 Closing date:
 All forms(original) must be reached to the University
 by Monday, 15th June. We do not accept fax or e-mail.
 General information of the University: 
Note that candidates should submit three published academic research
works (papers, thesis) with summary in Japanese for each of them
(around 200 words each) together with the application forms. Also
included with the forms is an assignment which requires the
candidate to give an outline of a one year lecture plan for the class
of Japanese Affairs & Culture for overseas students (mixed nationality
class, beginners to intermediate level of Japanese language
learners) and a one year lecture plan for the course of Cross Cultural
Understanding for the Japanese undergraduate students. No reference
letters are required. The submitted materials will not be returned
unless so requested. 
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Message 2: Visiting Asst Prof: TESOL

Date: Fri, 8 May 1998 12:23:05 -0500 (EST)
From: ssherry <>
Subject: Visiting Asst Prof: TESOL

 Indiana University - Program in TESOL and Applied Linguistics 
	 seeks candidates for Visiting Assistant Professor

The Program in TESOL and Applied Linguistics has a one-year visiting
position available for a candidate with a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics
with a research interest in classroom-oriented research and/or second
language pedagogy. Teaching assignments will include participation in
MA level courses in TESOL methodology, applied English phonology and
syntax, and possible ESL assignments. Applicants should send a
statement of interest, curriculum vitae, sample publications, and
three letters of recommendation by June 1, 1998 to Professor Kathleen
Bardovi-Harlig, Program in TESOL/Applied Linguistics, 313 Memorial
Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana 47405.
Prof. Bardovi-Harlig may be contacted at

Indiana University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Message 3: Research Assistant Position

Date: Fri, 8 May 1998 13:07:48 -0700 (PDT)
From: Sharon Oviatt <>
Subject: Research Assistant Position


Applications are invited for a full-time research assistance position
in a widely recognized lab that conducts research on human-computer
interaction and the design of next-generation multimodal systems. The
research assistant selected will participate in a multidisciplinary,
team-oriented research project investigating people's spoken,
pen-based, and multimodal input to interactive computer systems. This
work is funded by the National Science Foundation, DARPA, and
corporate supporters such as Intel and Microsoft, and is being
conducted in a new state-of-the-art laboratory facility in the Center
for Human-Computer Communication (CHCC) at the Oregon Graduate
Institute of Science and Technology (OGI), which is located in the
Portland metropolitan area 10-15 minutes west of the city.

Applicants with a background and interests in linguistics, cognitive
science, psychology, or human factors are encouraged to
apply. Experience testing and interviewing human subjects, scoring and
analyzing language-oriented data, using data analysis/statistics
software, and performing basic programming for experimental support
would be most relevant to this research position. Experience with MS
Word and software for creating figures for publications also would be
a plus. Prefer applicants with an M.A. or M.S. in one of the
above-listed disciplines, or a B.A. plus 2 years work experience in an
academic or corporate research laboratory. Salary & full benefits
competitive. Applications received by May 29th will receive priority

To apply, submit a full resume, names and contact information for 3
references, copies of course transcripts, and a statement of
research/career interests to:

Judy Castle, Center Administrator
Center for Human-Computer Communication (CHCC)
Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology
P. O. Box 91000
Portland, Oregon 97291

FAX: (503) 690-1548
Ph: (503) 690-1359

For FEDEX, please use shipping address at:
Department of Computer Science
20000 N.W. Walker Road
Beaverton, Oregon 97006

For general information about CHCC & list of recent publications, see: 

For further information or to apply via email, contact:
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