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Thu Jun 12 2003

Jobs: Phonology: Asst Prof, Providence University

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Message 1: Phonology: Asst Prof, Providence University, Taiwan

Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 02:11:36 +0000
From: bhlu <bhlupu.edu.tw>
Subject: Phonology: Asst Prof, Providence University, Taiwan



University or Organization: Providence University
Department: Dept. of English Language, Literature and Linguistics
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Phonology


Description:

Providence University

The Department of English Language, Literature, and Linguistics at
Providence University in Shalu, Taichung, Taiwan, R.O.C. is accepting
applications for a vacancy in Linguistics for the 2003-2004 Academic
Year.

Applicants, should have a Ph.D. completed, and specialize in
Phonological Theories. The successful applicant will teach specialized
courses in his/her own field in the Graduate Program, but general
English courses will also be among the courses taught on the
undergraduate level in the English Department.

Required documents: application letter, curriculum vitae,
autobiographic sketch in English, diploma, transcripts, three letters
of recommendation, and a copy of the dissertation or a representative
publication.

All materials must arrive no later than June 30, 2003. The contract is
effective from August 1, 2003.

Send application materials to:

Dr. Victoria Rau, Chair
Dept. of English Language, Literature, and Linguistics
200, Chungchi Road, 
43301 Shalu, 
Taichung County, Taiwan, R.O.C.



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Administrative Assistant Chris Lu
	200, Chungchi Road, 
	43301, Shalu
	Taichung County, 43301
	Taiwan 
	Applications are due by 30-Jun-2003


Contact Information:
	Administrative Assistant Chris Lu
	Email: bhlupu.edu.tw
	Tel: 886-4-26328001 ext.12024
	Fax: 886-4-26334712
	Website: http://www.pu.edu.tw/~eng
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