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Wed Jan 8 2003

Jobs: Morphology: Visiting Asst Prof, Stony Brook U

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Message 1: Morphology: Visiting Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University, NY

Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 15:44:47 +0000
From: robert.hoberman <robert.hobermanstonybrook.edu>
Subject: Morphology: Visiting Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University, NY



University or Organization: Stony Brook University
Department: Linguistics
Rank of Job: Visiting Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Morphology


Description:

The Department of Linguistics at the Stony Brook University invites
applications for a visiting assistant professor for 2003-2004 whose
research and teaching interests are in the area of
morphology. Teaching duties will include a graduate course in
morphology, as well general linguistics at the undergraduate and
graduate levels. Preferred candidates will have a PhD and a strong
record of teaching and research.

Please send curriculum vitae and three letters of recommendation to
Robert Hoberman, Chair, Search Committee, Department of Linguistics,
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-4376. Applications must
be received by March 15, 2003.

The State University of New York at Stony Brook is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applications from women,
people of color, disabled individuals, special disabled veterans or
Vietnam era veterans are especially welcome. If you require a
disability related accommodation please contact Robert Hoberman.



Address for Applications:

	Attn: Prof. Robert Hoberman
	Linguistics Department
	Stony Brook University
	Stony Brook, NY 11794-4376
	United States of America 
 
	Applications are due by 15-Mar-2003


Contact Information:
	Prof. Robert Hoberman.
	Email: robert.hobermanstonybrook.edu
	Tel: 631-632-7462
	Fax: 631-632-9789
	Website: http://semlab2.sbs.sunysb.edu/General/dept.html
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