LINGUIST List 17.3716|
Fri Dec 15 2006
Jobs: Psycholinguistics: Asst Prof or Instructor, U of Mary Washington
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1. Judith A.
Psycholinguistics: Assistant Professor (Ph.D.) or Instructor (ABD), University of Mary Washington, VA, USA
Message 1: Psycholinguistics: Assistant Professor (Ph.D.) or Instructor (ABD), University of Mary Washington, VA, USA
From: Judith A. Parker <jparkerumw.edu>
Subject: Psycholinguistics: Assistant Professor (Ph.D.) or Instructor (ABD), University of Mary Washington, VA, USA
University or Organization: University of Mary Washington
Department: English, Linguistics, and Speech
Web Address: http://www.umw.edu/cas/els/linguistics
Job Rank: Assistant Professor (Ph.D.) or Instructor (ABD)
Specialty Areas: Psycholinguistics
One-year visiting faculty position for a psycholinguist to begin in August
2007 in the Department of English, Linguistics, and Speech at the
University of Mary Washington. Assistant Professor (Ph.D.) or Instructor
(ABD required). Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate courses in
introductory linguistics, upper-level introductory psycholinguistics, and
one or two additional courses in psycholinguistics (e.g. language
acquisition, speech processing, communication disorders, biological
evolution of language and speech, neurolinguistics, research methods in
psycholinguistics). Most students in linguistics courses are majors in
English, with many students in psychology, education, languages,
anthropology, and interdisciplinary special majors in linguistics.
One-year visiting faculty are eligible for benefits, faculty development
funds, and supplemental travel funds during the term of appointment. More
information about linguistics at UMW is available on our website:
An hour from Washington, DC and Richmond, VA, the institution is a
state-supported, co-educational, liberal arts school, with a highly
selective admissions policy and a strong commitment to undergraduate
To meet with us informally at LSA to learn more about this position, please
drop off your cv with cover letter and local contact information with the
concierge at the Hilton Anaheim Hotel for 'Prof. Judith A.
Parker/Psycholinguistics/University of Mary Washington'.
To formally apply for the position, please mail your cv, cover letter, a
list of relevant graduate courses taken, linguistics courses you've taught,
evidence of potential for excellence in undergraduate teaching, and names
of three references to the address below.
Applications for the position must be received by February 23, 2007.
E-mail or telephone inquiries to Professor Teresa Kennedy, ELS Chair,
tkennedyumw.edu, (540) 654-1035 or Professor Judith A. Parker,
In a continuing effort to enrich its academic environment and provide equal
educational and employment opportunities, University of Mary Washington
actively encourages women, minorities, disabled individuals, and veterans
Address for Applications:
Professor Teresa Kennedy, ELS Chair
Psycholinguistics Search, Department of English, Linguistics, and Speech
University of Mary Washington
1301 College Avenue
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Application Deadline: 23-Feb-2007
Professor Teresa Kennedy
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