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Tue Sep 16 2008
Jobs: Psycholing, Gen/Applied Ling: Asst/Assoc Prof, Nanyang Tech U
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Psycholinguistics, General Linguistics, Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor / Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
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Subject: Psycholinguistics, General Linguistics, Applied Linguistics: Assistant Professor / Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
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University or Organization: Nanyang Technological University
Department: School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Job Location: Singapore
Web Address: http://www.ntu.edu.sg
Job Rank: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Psycholinguistics, General
Linguistics, Applied Linguistics
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore, invites qualified academics to apply for faculty
positions as either Assistant Professors or Associate Professors at the
School's Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies.
The newly formed Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies strongly
encourages and supports interdisciplinary research and welcomes applicants
who work with different theoretical frameworks. Successful applicants can
look forward to a research-stimulating environment.
The suitable applicants should possess PhDs in Linguistics or related
fields and be able to contribute to the running of the Linguistics
programme by teaching core courses in the programme (see description of
core courses: http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/hss/lms/). The appointees will also be
expected to offer electives in one or more areas of specialization. At the
current stage of the programme, the Division seeks applicants with
specializations in Syntax, Psycholinguistics and Computational Linguistics.
Applicants with other areas of specializations are also encouraged to apply.
In addition to teaching at the undergraduate level, successful applicants
will be expected to contribute to postgraduate-level teaching and
supervision, and be active in research and publication. Appointees should
complement existing strengths in the Division and also add to those
strengths in new and substantive ways. For appointments at the Associate
Professorship level, applicants should possess very high standing in their
fields of specialization, as well as extensive experience in
administration, teaching and research.
To apply, please refer to the Guidelines for Submitting an Application for
and send your application to the application address listed below.
For further enquiries, please email Dr Ng Bee Chin. Review of applications
will begin on 7 November 2008 and will continue until the positions are filled.
Application Deadline: (Open until filled)
Mailing Address for Applications:
Office of Human Resources Nanyang Technological Uni.
Administration Building, Level 4
50 Nanyang Avenue
Email Address for Applications: Acad-talentntu.edu.sg
Web Address for Applications:
Dr Ng Bee Chin
Fax: (65) 6791 9340
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