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LINGUIST List 22.5036

Wed Dec 14 2011

Jobs: Mandarin; Neuroling/Cog Sci/Psycholing: Asst Prof, Nat'l Taiwan U

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        1.     Meiling Liu , Mandarin Chinese; Neurolinguistics; Cognitive Science; Psycholinguistics: Assistant Professor, National Taiwan Universtiy, Taiwan


Message 1: Mandarin Chinese; Neurolinguistics; Cognitive Science; Psycholinguistics: Assistant Professor, National Taiwan Universtiy, Taiwan
Date: 12-Dec-2011
From: Meiling Liu <hpliuntu.edu.tw>
Subject: Mandarin Chinese; Neurolinguistics; Cognitive Science; Psycholinguistics: Assistant Professor, National Taiwan Universtiy, Taiwan
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University or Organization: National Taiwan Universtiy
Department: Graduate Institute of Linguistics
Job Location: Taipei, Taiwan
Web Address: http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~gilntu/
Job Rank: Assistant Professor

Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

Required Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)

Description:

The Graduate Institute of Linguistics at National Taiwan University invites
applications for an assistant professor in linguistics, to begin in the
fall of 2012. Application to this position is open to scholars with a Ph.D.
in linguistics or psychology, substantial research experience in
neurolinguistics, cognitive sciences, or psycholinguistics. Candidates
with a strong linguistically-related interdisciplinary background are
especially encouraged to apply. Candidates must also be willing to
participate in team research projects. Further qualifications should
include evidence of strong research potential and commitment to excellence
in teaching. Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate and
graduate courses in linguistics, thesis supervision and student advising,
and committee services of the institute.

Interested applicants should submit their application directly to the
application address below.

Please include the following in your application packet:
(1) Three copies of CV, which should include a publication list detailing
journal papers, book articles, books, along with work experience, and title
of Ph.D. dissertation
(2) Three copies of Ph.D. diploma
(3) Three copies of graduate transcripts
(4) Evidence of work experience (if any)
(5) Three letters of recommendation
(6) Six copies of representative publication(s) (journal papers and all
books (including thesis) after August 2007) and all additional supporting
publications (journal papers, book chapters, and books after August 2005).

Application Deadline: 13-Feb-2012
Mailing Address for Applications:
Graduate Institute of Linguistics
National Taiwan University
1, Roosevelt Road, Sec.4
Taipei 10617
Taiwan
Contact Information:
Ms. Meiling Liu
Email: hpliuntu.edu.tw
Phone: 886-2-33664104
Fax: 886-2-23635358

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