LINGUIST List 13.2346

Wed Sep 18 2002

Jobs: Lang Acquisition: AsstProf, Univ of North Texas

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  1. shobhana, Jobs: Language Acquisition: AsstProf, Univ of North Texas, TX, USA

Message 1: Jobs: Language Acquisition: AsstProf, Univ of North Texas, TX, USA

Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 15:31:43 +0000
From: shobhana <>
Subject: Jobs: Language Acquisition: AsstProf, Univ of North Texas, TX, USA

University or Organization: University of North Texas
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas Required: Language Acquisition


The Linguistics Division of the University of North Texas Department
of English is currently seeking a specialist in language acquisition
for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level.

Ability to teach courses related to the MA in TESOL program as well as
a wide range of undergraduate and graduate linguistics courses is a
must. Applicants must also demonstrate a long term commitment to
research and publication in the field. The successful candidate will
be given opportunities to design new courses in their area, secure
seed money for research projects through intramural grants and/or
develop courses in distance learning. The Ph.D. in linguistics or
applied linguistics is required.

To assure full consideration for this position, send a letter of
application, vita, and three letters of reference by November 15, 2002
to Prof. James T. F. Tanner, Chair, Department of English, University
of North Texas, P.O. Box 311307, Denton, TX 76203-1307. Further
information about the Linguistics Division at UNT is available at

UNT is an AA/ADA/EOE that values diversity.

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Professor James Tanner
	English, Linguistics Division
	University of North Texas, P.O. Box 311307
	Denton, TX 76203-1307
	United States of America 
Position is open until filled.

Contact Information:
	Dr. Shobhana Chelliah.
	Tel: 940-369-8955
	Fax: 940-565-4355

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