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Mon Sep 24 2001

Jobs: Computational Ling: Tenure-track, Michigan, USA

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  1. Lesley Milroy, Computational Ling: Tenure-track, University Of Michigan, Michigan USA

Message 1: Computational Ling: Tenure-track, University Of Michigan, Michigan USA

Date: 24 Sep 2001 14:08:45 -0000
From: Lesley Milroy <amilroyumich.edu>
Subject: Computational Ling: Tenure-track, University Of Michigan, Michigan USA


Rank of Job: 
Areas Required: Computational Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Natural Language Processing
University or Organization: University Of Michigan
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Michigan
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: December 1, 2001
Contact: Lesley Milroy amilroyumich.edu

Address for Applications:
105 S. State St., 1076 Frieze Building
Ann Arbor
Michigan 48109-1285
USA

The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) Department of Linguistics
invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in the
area of Computational Linguistics/Natural Language Processing (CL/NLP)
which we anticipate will become available beginning September 1, 2002.
We seek candidates with outstanding research and teaching credentials
in CL/NLP, including computational aspects of the subject. Candidates
currently working in nonacademic positions are welcome. Specialists
in any area of computational linguistics are encouraged to apply, and
candidates with a PhD degree in a subject other than Linguistics will
be considered; but candidates must have expertise and research
interests in some core area of Linguistics.

Please send curriculum vitae, 3-5 letters of reference, copies of
reprints and preprints, and statements of research and teaching
interests no later than December 1 to Chair, Linguistics Search
Committee, 105 S. State St., 1076 Frieze Building, Ann Arbor, MI 
48109-1285. 

The University of Michigan is a non-discriminatory/affirmative action
employer.




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