LINGUIST List 12.2458

Thu Oct 4 2001

Jobs: Applied Ling: AsstProf at Georgetown U, USA

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  1. Andrea Tyler, Applied Linguistics: Asst Prof at Georgetown Univ, Washington, DC USA

Message 1: Applied Linguistics: Asst Prof at Georgetown Univ, Washington, DC USA

Date: 3 Oct 2001 19:50:23 -0000
From: Andrea Tyler <tylerangeorgetown.edu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics: Asst Prof at Georgetown Univ, Washington, DC USA


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Applied Linguistics
Other Desired Areas: Second Language Acquisition
University or Organization: Georgetown University
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: Washington, DC
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: 12/3/01
Contact: Andrea Tyler tylerangeorgetown.edu

Address for Applications:
Applied Linguistics Search Committee
Washington
DC 20057-1051
USA

Assistant Professor, Applied Linguistics: 
Georgetown University Department of Linguistics

The Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University is pleased to
announce a tenure-track position in applied linguistics at the
Assistant Professor level. Applicants must demonstrate a strong
research and publication record in second language acquisition. A
Ph.D. in linguistics or a related area is required. We are
particularly interested in someone who has strong interests in
innovative applications of linguistic theory and SLA research to L2
classroom acquisition and practices. The successful applicant will
join five applied linguists in the Linguistics Department, who have
established research and teaching connections to applied linguists in
a number of other departments.

Please send letter of application, CV, representative publications,
and names of three references to:

Applied Linguistics Search Committee
Department of Linguistics
Georgetown University
Washington, D.C. 20057-1051

Deadline for full consideration is December 3, 2001. Georgetown is an
AA/EO employer.
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