LINGUIST List 7.1560

Mon Nov 4 1996

Jobs: Position at Georgetown U., Speech-Lang Pathology

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  1. MICHAEL NEUMAN, Position at Georgetown University
  2. "Grace Yeni-Komshian", Assistant Prof Speech-Lang Pathology

Message 1: Position at Georgetown University

Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 12:35:49 EST
From: MICHAEL NEUMAN <NEUMANguvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: Position at Georgetown University
 Faculty Support Specialist in Languages and Linguistics


Academic Computing Services of Georgetown University is seeking a
Faculty Support Specialist to help the Faculty of Languages and
Linguistics incorporate technology into their teaching and
research. The Faculty, who currently provide instruction in
fifteen languages, have access to the tools and resources of a
new high-speed network as well as a Language Learning Technology
Lab that provides satellite broadcasts, audio-visual tapes, and
software for CALL, authoring systems, and multimedia/Web
production.

The primary responsibility of the Faculty Support Specialist will
be to help faculty select and learn relevant technologies, to
propose pedagogical strategies for implementing them, and to help
develop new instructional software programs and information
resources.

Within Academic Computing Services (www.georgetown.edu/acs) this
Specialist will be a member of the Research, Curriculum, and
Development Group and will work closely with the Supervisor of
the Language Learning Technology Lab and other members of the
User Services staff.

The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications: an
advanced degree (Ph.D. preferred) in a foreign/second language,
foreign/second language education, linguistics, applied
linguistics, instructional technology, or educational psychology;
language teaching experience; demonstrated expertise in
integrating analog and digital technologies into teaching and
research; skills in designing instructional materials, selecting
and evaluating courseware, and doing research in an electronic
environment; faculty-support experience in a library, computing
center, or language lab; experience in the development of
multimedia and/or Web resources; a demonstrable service
orientation; experience in writing grant proposals; and strong
interpersonal and communication skills.

Applicants should send a letter describing relevant experience
and interests, a curriculum vitae, and the names of three
recommenders to

 Georgetown University
 Human Resources
 Job #2071A
 37th and O Streets, NW
 Washington, DC 20057-1021

Review of applications will begin immediately. Applicants who
wish to be considered for an interview at MLA must submit
materials by December 6th. Further applications will be accepted
until January 2nd or until the position has been filled.
Georgetown University is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity
Employer.
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Message 2: Assistant Prof Speech-Lang Pathology

Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 13:49:21 EDT
From: "Grace Yeni-Komshian" <GYKOMSHIbss1.umd.edu>
Subject: Assistant Prof Speech-Lang Pathology


Assistant Prof Speech-Lang Path: A tenure-track position is
available in the Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences (ESB-
accredited) at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Qualifications: earned doctorate required in speech-language
pathology, cognitive psychology, or related area; teaching
experience and post-doctoral training preferred, CCC-SLP
desirable. Applicants should demonstrate a publication record
and favorable teaching evaluations. Expertise preferred in adult
communication processes and disorders with demonstrated potential
for developing an independent research program in this general
area.

Responsibilities include conducting research, teaching
undergraduate and graduate courses in motor speech disorders,
aphasia, and neurolinguistics, mentoring graduate students in
research projects, and participating in departmental and
university activities.

Salary is negotiable, depending upon qualifications and
experience. Starting date: August, 1997.

The department offers B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees and is the
largest communication disorders program in the state of Maryland.
The College Park campus is located in the Baltimore-Washington
metropolitan area in close proximity to numerous world-renowned
medical institutions and research facilities including the
National Institutes of Health, Veterans Medical Center, Walter
Reed Army Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University, and the
University of Maryland School of Medicine. Please send letter of
application, curriculum vitae, transcript of graduate studies,
and three letters of recommendation by December 31, 1996 to:

 Grace H. Yeni-Komshian, Ph.D.
 Chair, Search Committee
 Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences
 University of Maryland
 College Park, MD 20742

The University of Maryland is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action employer. Minorities are encouraged to apply.


Grace H. Yeni-Komshian
Professor
Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742

GYKOMSHIBSS1.UMD.EDU
TEL (301)405-4227
FAX (301)314-2023
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