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Wed 28 Oct 1992

Jobs: German, Speech Perception

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  1. bert peeters, 3.823 Jobs: German (erratum)
  2. Ronnie Wilbur, Speech Perception

Message 1: 3.823 Jobs: German (erratum)

Date: Tue, 27 Oct 92 10:42:19 ES3.823 Jobs: German (erratum)
From: bert peeters <peeterstasman.cc.utas.edu.au>
Subject: 3.823 Jobs: German (erratum)

> A. LECTURESHIP (LEVEL B - LECTURER) IN GERMAN
>
> Applications are invited for a 4 yr contract lectureship in German
> in the Department of Modern Languages, within the School of Humanities
> and Social Sciences, commencing in February 1993.

Please read as follows:

Applications are invited for a 4 yr contract or tenurable lectureship in
German in the Department of Modern Languages, within the School of Hum-
anities and Social Sciences, commencing in February 1993.

> The appointee will be required to teach courses in German language
> and related subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels,
> and may choose to teach relevant units in European Literature.
>
> The appointee must possess or show significant progress towards obtain-
> ing a PhD in German linguistics, literautre or a related field, and
> have a proven research record and extensive experience in teaching
> German at the tertiary (including postgraduate) level. Skills in course
> design, implementation and administration are essential.
>
> Salary will be in the Academic Level B range, AUD 41,000 - 48,688 per
> annum.
>
> Further information about the position may be obtained from the Head of
> Department, Dr Maria Flutsch, on +61 02 20 2359, or fax +61 02 20 7813,
> or from Dr Bert Peeters (e-mail: Bert.Peetersmodlang.utas.edu.au).
>
> Closing date: 15 November 1992.

> Position information and application forms are available from the Staff
> Office Secretary, on +61 02 20 2013. Applications should reach the
> Acting Staff Officer, University of Tasmania at Hobart, GPO Box 252C,
> Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia, by the specified date.
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Message 2: Speech Perception

Date: Wed, 28 Oct 92 12:10:49 ESSpeech Perception
From: Ronnie Wilbur <WILBURPURCCVM.bitnet>
Subject: Speech Perception


ASSISTANT PROFESSOR. Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in
areas of speech perception, acoustic bases of speech, and related
topics. Conduct research in speech perception and/or production in
normally-functioning or clinical populations. Ph.D. in
speech/hearing science or related field. Application deadline is
January 8, 1993, but applications will be accepted until position
is filled. Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three
letters of recommendation to: Dr. Laurence B. Leonard, Audiology
and Speech Sciences, Heavilon Hall, Purdue University, West
Lafayette, IN 47907. Purdue is an EO/AAE.


P.S. Linguistics at Purdue is interdepartmental; the new faculty member could
become a member of the Program if appropriate. [RBW]
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