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Sat Sep 27 2003

Jobs: Spanish Ling: Asst/Assoc Prof, U/NC-Greensboro

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Message 1: Spanish Linguistics: Asst/Assoc Prof, The U/NC at Greensboro

Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 18:24:36 +0000
From: ctsotoma <ctsotomauncg.edu>
Subject: Spanish Linguistics: Asst/Assoc Prof, The U/NC at Greensboro



University or Organization: The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Department: Romance Languages
Rank of Job: Assistant/Associate Prof(tenure track negotiable)
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics
Required Language(s): Spanish (Code = SPN) & Romance


Description:

Assistant/Associate Prof. (tenure track term negotiable) Ph.D. in hand
by Aug. 1, 2004 for appointment at assistant prof. level. Area of
specialization in Spanish Linguistics or Romance Linguistics with a
concentration in Spanish. Natine/near native fluency in Spanish and
English. Evidence of strong teaching and research potential. 

The succseful candidate will teach all levels, from beginning language
to Master's courses. Ability to teach phonetics required. Other
courses may include history of the language, syntax and other
linguistics related courses. Ability to teach Romance Linguistics
preferred. Competence to teach foreign language methodologies a
plus. Normal teaching load: 3 courses per semester. We seek a strong
commitment to excellence in scholarship, teaching and service. Send
application letter, C.V., transcripts and 3 letters of recommendation.
		


Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. Mark Smith-Soto
	Dept. of Romance Languages, UNCG
	Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
	United States of America 
 
	Applications are due by 07-Nov-2003


Contact Information:
	Dr. Mark Smith-Soto
	Email: smithsomuncg.edu
	Tel: 336-334-5655
	Fax: 336-334-5358
	Website: http://www.uncg.edu/rom/

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