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LINGUIST List 17.454

Thu Feb 09 2006

Jobs: Semantics: Asst Prof, University of Rochester

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        1.    Joyce McDonough, Semantics: Asst Prof, University of Rochester, NY, USA


Message 1: Semantics: Asst Prof, University of Rochester, NY, USA
Date: 09-Feb-2006
From: Joyce McDonough <joyce.mcdonoughrochester.edu>
Subject: Semantics: Asst Prof, University of Rochester, NY, USA


University or Organization: University of Rochester
Department: Lingusitics
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Pragmatics; Semantics; Intonation


Description:

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Rochester invites
applications for a tenure track appointment in formal semantics and
pragmatics at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin July 1, 2006.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. in hand before time of appointment. We seek
candidates with a proven record of research in formal semantics and
pragmatics, a record of excellence in teaching, and strong evidence of
interest in interdisciplinary work; candidates with an established research
program which includes intonation are likely to be of strongest interest.

Duties include teaching established courses in the undergraduate and
graduate curriculum, and undergraduate and graduate student supervision;
breadth of teaching interest and ability is highly desirable. The
Department of Linguistics is part of a larger active interdisciplinary
community consisting of faculty and students doing research in cognitive
science, philosophy, and computer science, and we seek candidates who are
most likely to further those connections. Salary is competitive and
commensurate with experience.

Applicants should submit in hard copy a cover letter, curriculum vitae,
samples of published work, a statement of teaching interests and teaching
evaluations (if available), and any further supporting documents to the address
below.

Electronic versions of a cover letter, curriculum vitae and teaching
statement may also be sent. Please also arrange for three letters of
reference to be sent in hard copy to the address above, or electronically
to joyce.mcdonoughrochester.edu

Review of applications will commence on 28 February 2006 and will continue
until the position is filled. Inquiries may be sent to
searchling.rochester.edu.

The University of Rochester is an Equal Opportunity employer. Women and
Minorities are encouraged to apply.


Address for Applications:

Prof. Joyce McDonough, Chair
Department of Linguistics
504 Lattimore Hall, RC Box #270096
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627
USA

Application Deadline: 28-Feb-2006

Contact Information:

Prof. Joyce McDonough
Email: searchling.rochester.edu
Phone: 585-275-8053
Fax: 585-273-1088
Website: http://ling.rochester.edu


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