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LINGUIST List 18.519

Fri Feb 16 2007

Jobs: Computational Ling, Translation: Asst or Assoc Prof, Kent State U

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        1.    Fran├žoise Massardier-Kenney, Computational Linguistics, Translation: Assistant or Associate Professor, Kent State University, OH, USA


Message 1: Computational Linguistics, Translation: Assistant or Associate Professor, Kent State University, OH, USA
Date: 16-Feb-2007
From: Fran├žoise Massardier-Kenney <fkenneykent.edu>
Subject: Computational Linguistics, Translation: Assistant or Associate Professor, Kent State University, OH, USA


University or Organization: Kent State University
Department: MCLS
Web Address: http://appling.kent.edu
Job Rank: Assistant or Associate Professor
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Translation

Description:

Assistant or Associate Professor of Translation Informatics specializing in
translation informatics, the application of computer and information
science methods to problems of translation and multilingual document
management. Full-time tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor to
begin August 2007. The successful candidate will support translation degree
programs at the masters and doctoral level within the internationally
recognized translation program (Institute for Applied Linguistics
http://appling.kent.edu) of the Department of Modern and Classical Language
Studies at Kent State University. A Ph.D. is required by the date of hire.
Command of English is required, and proficiency in any other language is
highly desirable. For consideration at the Associate Professor rank, an
appropriate publication record is expected. The doctorate (discipline
open), or combination of doctorate and relevant research experience should
focus on areas of computational linguistics, information science or
computer science relevant to one or more of the following research and
teaching competencies: corpus analysis; document engineering and
management; computational lexicography/terminology; translation technology;
and markup languages and metadata as they relate to multilingual issues.
Practical knowledge of application development, programming, markup
languages, and related information technologies is assumed. Potential to
attract extramural funding is essential. Teaching duties include graduate
courses in translation informatics as part of the Masters and Doctoral
programs in Translation at Kent State University.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send letter of
application, vita, graduate transcript, and three current confidential
letters of recommendation to the address below.

Kent State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Address for Applications:
Chair Gregory M. Shreve, Chair
Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies
Kent State University
PO Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242- 0001
USA

Application Deadline: (Open until filled)

Contact Information:
Greg Shreve
Email: gshreveneo.rr.com
Phone: 330 672 2150
Fax: 330 672 4009
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