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Wed Oct 06 2010

Jobs: Second Language Acquisition: Assistant Prof, U of North Texas

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        1.    Derek Bradford, Second Language Acquisition: Assistant Professor, University of North Texas, USA

Message 1: Second Language Acquisition: Assistant Professor, University of North Texas, USA
Date: 05-Oct-2010
From: Derek Bradford <Derek.Bradfordunt.edu>
Subject: Second Language Acquisition: Assistant Professor, University of North Texas, USA
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University or Organization: University of North Texas
Department: Linguistics and Technical Communication
Job Location: Texas, USA
Web Address: http://www.LingTechComm.unt.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Second Language Acquisition


Description:

The University of North Texas invites applications for the assistant
professor position (tenure track) in linguistics with a specialization in
second language acquisition, Department of Linguistics and Technical
Communication, beginning fall 2011.

Qualifications
Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: a Ph.D. in
linguistics by the time of appointment; a specialization in second language
acquisition; and the ability to teach courses in second language
acquisition research methods, statistics, and/or experimental approaches to
second language acquisition. Preference is given to candidates with a
specialization in phonetics and/or phonology.

Job Description
As a tenure-track member of the faculty, candidates will be expected to
develop a record of scholarly research necessary to obtain tenure and to
regularly teach upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses. The typical
teaching load for junior faculty is 2/2.

The University
The University of North Texas is an emerging national research institution
located in the vibrant and rapidly expanding Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan
area and situated close to DFW International Airport. University enrollment
is over 36,000 students with more than 7,700 graduate students. The
university offers 246 undergraduate and graduate majors and concentrations.

Application Procedures
Applicants must submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a statement that
outlines a long-term research agenda, a statement of teaching philosophy,
and one article-length writing sample to https://facultyjobs.unt.edu.
Direct all inquiries to Dr. Brenda R. Sims, Chair (simsunt.edu).

Application Deadline
Review of applications begins on October 25, 2010 and will continue weekly
until the search is closed. Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit
their applications and all supporting materials by the review date.

UNT is an AA/ADA/EOE

Application Deadline: 25-Oct-2010

Web Address for Applications: http://facultyjobs.unt.edu
Contact Information:
Dr. Brenda Sims
Email: Brenda.Simsunt.edu
Phone: 940-565-4458

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