LINGUIST List 9.949

Thu Jun 25 1998

Jobs: Cognitive, PhD position, One-year position

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  1. Tancredi Chris, Job in Cognitive Science/Linguistics
  2. BENT PREISLER - ISOK, Funded PhD position in English Language and Linguistics.
  3. Gerry, One-year replacement position

Message 1: Job in Cognitive Science/Linguistics

Date: Tue, 23 Jun 1998 18:34:06 +0900
From: Tancredi Chris <tancredied.ynu.ac.jp>
Subject: Job in Cognitive Science/Linguistics


Department of Information and Cognitive Systems
Yokohama National University


Positions: 1

Level: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor

Specialty: Cognitive Science

Teaching: (1) Courses in the Course of Multimedia 
 Culture, Faculty of Education and Human 
 Sciences, including "Seminar in 
 Cognitive Science (A,B)", "Seminar in 
 Linguistics (A,B)", etc.
 (2) General education courses "Language and 
 Cognition A", etc.

Qualifications: (1) 45 years of age or under (as of April 1, 
 1999)
 (2) Ph. D., or equivalent research results
 (3) For people whose native language is not 
 Japanese, Japanese language ability 
 sufficient for conducting university 
 business

Starting Date: April 1, 1999

Documents: (1) Curriculum Vitae (1)
 (2) List of Research Achievements (1)
 (3) Published books or articles, with 
 abstracts. (No more than 5; 
 photocopies ok)
 (4) Contact information for people who can 
 write letters of recommendation

Application Deadline:
 Materials must be received by September 16, 
 1998

Address: Dean
 Faculty of Education and Human Sciences
 Yokohama National University
 Yokohama-shi, Hodogaya-ku, Tokiwadai 79-2
 240-8501

Contact information:
 Seiya Negami
 Department of Information and Cognitive Systems 
 Faculty of Education and Human Sciences
 Yokohama National Univerisity.
 Yokohama-shi, Hodogaya-ku, Tokiwadai 79-2
 240-8501
 Phone: +81-45-339-3373
 Email: negamiedhs.ynu.ac.jp

N.B. Send materials by registered mail. On the envelope,
write "Application Documents for the Department of
Information and Cognitive Systems". To have application
materials returned, include a self-addressed stamped
envelope.
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Message 2: Funded PhD position in English Language and Linguistics.

Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 09:08:04 +0100
From: BENT PREISLER - ISOK <preislerbabel.ruc.dk>
Subject: Funded PhD position in English Language and Linguistics.

The following position at Roskilde University, Denmark, is hereby
re-advertised:

Applications are invited for a PhD scholarship in the area of
English Language and Linguistics. Applications should include copies
of relevant exam documents and references, as well as a project
proposal (approx. 5 pages) including project definition, description
of methodology and a work plan. Applicants should enclose 3 identical
sets of these documents. For further information, please contact
Professor Bent Preisler (E-mail preislerbabel.ruc.dk. Tel. +45 4674
2374. Fax +45 4674 3061).

The PhD position is funded for up to 3 years. The PhD student is
obliged to do some teaching and related work (a total of 840 hours) at
the Dept. The monthly salary is currently Dkr 19,229 before tax.

Applications should be sent to Dept. of Languages and Culture, Blg.
3.2.4, Roskilde University, P.O. Box 260, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark.
Deadline: Monday, November 9, at 12 o'clock noon.
University of Roskilde
Dept. of Languages and Culture, Blg. 3.2.4
P.O. Box 260, 4000 Roskilde
Denmark

Tel. +45 4674 2374 Fax +45 4674 3061

E-mail preislerruc.dk
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Message 3: One-year replacement position

Date: Wed, 24 Jun 1998 15:04:34 -0500
From: Gerry <ggreenbemailbox.syr.edu>
Subject: One-year replacement position

The Linguistics Studies Program at Syracuse University invites applications
for a one-year replacement to teach 4 or 5 courses in its BA/MA program.
Three courses will be: Introduction to Linguistic Analysis, Introduction
to Phonology, and Introduction to Syntax. The other course(s) will also
likely be at the introductory level, but the field(s) will be determined in
consultation with the instructor.

Applications, consisting of a letter of interest describing research and
teaching qualifications, a current curriculum vitae, the names and e-mail
addresses of three referees, and evidence of teaching excellence, should be
addressed to:

Gerald R. Greenberg
Chair, Department of Language, Literatures, and Linguistics
Director, Linguistics Studies Program
340 H.B. Crouse Hall
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244-1160
315-443-5378
ggreenbemailbox.syr.edu

Syracuse University is an AA/EO Employer.

Gerald R. Greenberg ggreenbemailbox.syr.edu
Chair
Department of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics
Associate Professor of Russian and Linguistics
340D H.B. Crouse Hall
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244-1160
USA
315-443-5378 office phone
315-443-5376 fax
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