LINGUIST List 7.1385

Sun Oct 6 1996

Jobs: Linguistics & ESL, 2nd Lang Acq, North American Langs

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  1. "T. Montler", Job announcement: U. of North Texas
  2. Roy.Majorasu.edu, Job Position: Second Language Acquisition
  3. Marcia Haag, Job: North American languages

Message 1: Job announcement: U. of North Texas

Date: Fri, 04 Oct 1996 15:55:56 CST
From: "T. Montler" <montlercas1.unt.edu>
Subject: Job announcement: U. of North Texas

The Linguistics Division of the University of North Texas Department
of English is accepting applications for a tenure track position at
the Assistant Professor level, pending bugetary approval.
Responsibilities will include teaching basic MA level courses in
Linguistics and ESL. Applicants must demonstrate a long term
committment to research and publication in fields of English as a
Second Language (e.g. classroom oriented research) and linguistics.
The PhD in linguistics, applied linguistics, or ESL is required.
Women, ethnic minorities, and persons with disabilities are especially
invited to apply. Send a letter of application and vita by December
1, 1996 to Linguistics Search Committee, Department of English,
University of North Texas, Denton, TX 76203-6827. AA/EOE
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Message 2: Job Position: Second Language Acquisition

Date: Fri, 04 Oct 1996 11:09:45 PDT
From: Roy.Majorasu.edu <Roy.Majorasu.edu>
Subject: Job Position: Second Language Acquisition

The Department of English at Arizona State University is looking for a
specialist in second language acquisition theory. The rank is
assistant professor, tenure track. Starting date is August 16, 1997.
Earned doctorate in applied linguistics (TESL), linguistics, or
related field by date of appointment required. Expertise in syntax,
language assessment, or computer-aided analysis/instruction preferred.
Post-secondary teaching experience and publications desired. Initial
two courses/ semester; competitive salary; teaching responsibilities
in TESL and linguistics at both graduate and undergraduate levels.
The successful applicant will be actively involved in an established
Master of TESL program. Letter of application, vita, and two-page
research plan, postmarked by November 1, 1996, to Dr. Roy C. Major,
Search Committee Chair, Department of English, Arizona State
University, Box 870302, Tempe AZ 85287-0302.


Roy C. Major
Program in Linguistics and TESL
Department of English phone: (602) 965-3188
Arizona State University FAX: (602) 965-3451
Tempe, AZ 85287-0302 email: Roy.Majorasu.edu
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Message 3: Job: North American languages

Date: Fri, 04 Oct 1996 13:14:31 CDT
From: Marcia Haag <haagmonk.nhn.ou.edu>
Subject: Job: North American languages

The University of Oklahoma, Department of Anthropology, is seeking to
hire a linguist for a tenure-track appointment at the rank of
Assistant Professor, beginning August 16, 1997. Salary is
commensurate with experience. Ph.D in anthropological linguistics is
preferred and specialization in languages of the Americas is required.
Willingness to complement the existing strengths of the anthropology
program is expected. OU is an equal opportunity/affirmative action
employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. The
University has a policy of being responsive to the needs of
dual-career couples. Send letter of interest, vita, and names of
three references by December 1, 1996 to Search Committee, Department
of Anthropology, 455 W. Lindsey, Room 521, University of Oklahoma,
Norman, OK 73019.

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