LINGUIST List 14.2903

Thu Oct 23 2003

Jobs: Spanish Applied Ling: Asst Prof, U/Nebraska

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Message 1: Spanish Applied Ling: Asst Prof, University of Nebraska at Omaha

Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 16:13:18 +0000
From: cgascoigne <cgascoignemail.unomaha.edu>
Subject: Spanish Applied Ling: Asst Prof, University of Nebraska at Omaha



University or Organization: University of Nebraska at Omaha
Department: Foreign Languages
Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics, 
Required Language(s): Spanish (Code = SPN)


Description:

Department of Foreign Languages

SPANISH: Tenure-track, assistant professor. REQUIRED: PhD or ABD in
Spanish language, linguistics, or applied linguistics; native or
near-native fluency in Spanish; demonstrated teaching competence;
evident interest in research; ability to teach Spanish linguistics,
grammar, and composition. PREFERRED: business Spanish.

The university and department have a strong commitment to achieving
diversity among faculty and staff. We are particularly interested in
receiving applications from members of under-represented groups and
strongly encourage women and persons of color to apply for this
position.

MLA interviews; competitive salary; 12 hour load, three hour release
for research possible. Send application letter, CV, three letters of
recommendation, and postcard for acknowledgement to Dr. Carolyn
Gascoigne, Chair, Department of Foreign Languages, University of
Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE 68182 by 11/10/03 for best consideration.
www.unomaha.edu.

	

Address for Applications:

	Attn: Chair Carolyn Gascoigne
	301 ASH 6001 Dodge St.
	Omaha, NE 68182
	United States of America 
 
	Applications are due by 10-Nov-2003


Contact Information:
	Dr. Carolyn Gascoigne
	Email: cgascoignemail.unomaha.edu
	Tel: 402-554-2862
	Website: http://www.unomaha.edu
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