LINGUIST List 13.3140

Mon Dec 2 2002

Jobs: Modified: Asst or beginning Assoc, Stanford U

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Message 1: Jobs: Modified Re: 13.2575: Asst or beginning Assoc, Stanford Univ, CA

Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 10:30:22 -0500 (EST)
From: Beth Levin <bethcsli.Stanford.EDU>
Subject: Jobs: Modified Re: 13.2575: Asst or beginning Assoc, Stanford Univ, CA


University or Organization: Stanford University
Rank of Job: Assistant or beginning Associate
Specialty Areas Preferred: Phonetics/Phonology,
Sociolinguistics/Variation & Change, and Computational
Linguistics/Language Processing


The Department of Linguistics at Stanford University wants to confirm
that its search for an Assistant or beginning Associate Professor in
Linguistics (posted in Linguist List 13.2575 and repeated below) is
still on. (The recent hiring freeze at the university only affects
staff positions; it does not affect faculty hiring.)


			 JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
		 Department of Linguistics
			 Stanford University


The Department of Linguistics at Stanford University announces a
full-time position for a tenure-track assistant professor or beginning
associate professor with a starting date of September 1, 2003.
Candidates must hold the Ph.D. in linguistics or a related field by
the starting date. The department values research programs that link
more than one subfield of linguistics in the development of larger
theories of language and language use, and it emphasizes rigorous
theoretical work solidly based on empirical data from, among other
sources, corpora of spoken and written usage, experimental findings,
fieldwork, and computer modeling. We are particularly interested in
receiving applications from candidates in the following areas:
phonetics/phonology, sociolinguistics/variation & change, and
computational linguistics/language processing. Filling this position
represents an initial step in our long-range plans for the department.

To receive full consideration, HARD-COPY applications should arrive by
December 6th, 2002. Stanford University is an equal opportunity
employer and especially welcomes applications from women and minority
candidates. Please include a CV, statements of research and teaching
interests, up to three research papers, and the names of three or four
references. All applicants should also have letters of reference sent
directly to the Search Committee. Send materials to:

	Search Committee
	Department of Linguistics
	Stanford University
	Margaret Jacks Hall, Room 127
	Stanford, CA 94305-2150
	USA

	(Tel: 650-723-4284; Fax: 650-723-5666)

E-mail inquiries should be directed to Professor Beth Levin, the chair
of the search committee, at bclevinstanford.edu. The Department's web
page is: http://www-linguistics.stanford.edu.

Contact Information:
	Professor Beth Levin.
	Email: bclevinstanford.edu
	Tel: 650-723-4284
	Fax: 650-723-5666
	Website: http://www-linguistics.stanford.edu

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