LINGUIST List 7.278

Thu Feb 22 1996

Jobs: American Sign Language, Writer Sought

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  1. Ronnie Wilbur, ASL Job announcement
  2. Jane Garry, Writer Sought (Correction)

Message 1: ASL Job announcement

Date: Thu, 22 Feb 1996 09:55:20 EST
From: Ronnie Wilbur <wilbursage.cc.purdue.edu>
Subject: ASL Job announcement
 Job Announcement

 Faculty Position in American Sign Language (ASL)
 Department of Audiology and Speech Sciences
 Purdue University


* Tenure track position available August 1996. Rank: Assistant
Professor.
	
* Fluency in ASL and Ph.D. in related area required

* Candidates must be willing to teach ASL and pursue a long-term
research program in a related area. Area of special interest is open.

* The Department of Audiology and Speech Sciences features a strong
 interdisciplinary faculty and staff of speech-language pathologists,
audiologists, speech and hearing scientists, developmental and
experimental psychologists, and linguists.

* Screening of applications will commence March 15, 1996 and will
continue until the position is filled.

* A CV, letter of application, selected publications/papers,
evaluations of teaching, and three letters of recommendation that
address the candidate's abilities in both teaching and research should
be sent to:

	Ronnie B. Wilbur, Chair
	ASL Search Committee
	Department of Audiology and Speech Sciences
	Heavilon Hall
	Purdue University
	West Lafayette, IN 47907-1353

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
	
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Message 2: Writer Sought (Correction)

Date: Thu, 22 Feb 1996 17:32:58 EST
From: Jane Garry <jgarryyale.edu>
Subject: Writer Sought (Correction)

Seeking linguist with popular writing style to write book on
bi-/multilingualism and the mind.

Contact: Acquisitions Editor
	 Plenum Publishing
 233 Spring Street
	 New York, NY 10013
	(212) 620-8080

	or email: goldmnis.nyu.edu
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