LINGUIST List 13.1183

Mon Apr 29 2002

Jobs: Theoretical Ling: AsstProf, U/Rochester, NY USA

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  1. Jeff Runner, Theoretical Ling: AsstProf at University of Rochester, New York USA

Message 1: Theoretical Ling: AsstProf at University of Rochester, New York USA

Date: 26 Apr 2002 16:39:43 -0000
From: Jeff Runner <runnerling.rochester.edu>
Subject: Theoretical Ling: AsstProf at University of Rochester, New York USA


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: Teach
Other Desired Areas: must have an established record of teaching
excellence, and a strong research profile.
University or Organization: University of Rochester
Department: Linguistics
State or Province: New York
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: May 13, 2002
Contact: Jeff Runner runnerling.rochester.edu

Address for Applications:
503 Lattimore Hall, RC Box 270096
Rochester
NY 14627
USA

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Rochester has a
3-year non-tenure-track assistant professor position, beginning in the
Fall of 2002. Teaching load is four courses per year, which includes
at least one basic socially-oriented course; starting salary is
$39,500 plus benefits. The successful candidate must have an
established record of teaching excellence, and a strong research
profile. We are seeking candidates who have strength in a major
theoretical area of linguistics, and breadth in both research and
teaching. Experience with working in an interdisciplinary setting is
highly desirable. Ph.D. in Linguistics is required.

Email inquiries may be addressed to runnerling.rochester.edu,
carlsonling.rochester.edu, or joyceling.rochester.edu. Send a cover
letter, vita, evidence of teaching capabilities, samples of research
materials, and three letters of recommendation to:

Search Committee
Dept. of Linguistics
503 Lattimore Hall
RC Box 270096
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627

The University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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