LINGUIST List 7.47

Thu Jan 11 1996

Jobs: ESL, Computational Ling, Advanced Computer Studies

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  1. Kim Chief Elk, 2 Faculty Positions
  2. Theresa, CL Position Announcement: Tenure Track (open rank)
  3. Theresa, UMIACS Post Doctoral Positions

Message 1: 2 Faculty Positions

Date: Wed, 10 Jan 0700 23:03:28
From: Kim Chief Elk <chiefelkaspen.fhda.edu>
Subject: 2 Faculty Positions

Foothill College & De Anza College are seraching for ESL instructors
with a degree in linguistics. The positions are tenure-track. The
colleges are located in the San Francisco Bay Area near Stanford
University.

Please send postal address to cms6438mercury.fhda.edu if you are
interested.
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Message 2: CL Position Announcement: Tenure Track (open rank)

Date: Thu, 11 Jan 1996 11:55:17 EST
From: Theresa <theresaumiacs.UMD.EDU>
Subject: CL Position Announcement: Tenure Track (open rank)

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND: DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS AND UMIACS
College Park, MD
CL Position Announcement: Tenure Track (open rank)

The Department of Linguistics and UMIACS (University of Maryland
Institute for Advanced Computer Studies) invite applications for a
position (open rank) in Computational Linguistics to begin in the Fall
semester of 1996. We seek candidates with established records of
research excellence who are interested in working on topics at the
interface of linguistic theory and computational modeling. The
candidate's work should complement research interests of current
faculty. Possible areas of interest include formal models of language
learning or models of the lexicon, syntactic or semantic components
that can be applied to computational problems such as automatic
acquisition of lexicons, parsing grammars, or semantic interpreters or
the implementation of these components for single language or cross
linguistic applications. Teaching experience is also desirable. Ph.D.
is required by August, 1996. For best consideration, applications
should arrive by February 1, 1996. Applicants should send a complete
dossier (letter of application, CV, samples of published work) and
arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to:

Professor Stephen Crain
Computational Linguistics Search Committee
University of Maryland at College Park
1401 Marie Mount Hall
College Park, MD 20742

The University of Maryland is a AA/EO Title IX employer. Women and
minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.
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Message 3: UMIACS Post Doctoral Positions

Date: Thu, 11 Jan 1996 12:09:42 EST
From: Theresa <theresaumiacs.UMD.EDU>
Subject: UMIACS Post Doctoral Positions

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND: UMIACS POST DOCTORAL POSITIONS
College Park, MD

The University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies
(UMIACS) invites applications for post doctoral positions, beginning
summer/fall '96 in the following areas: Real-time Video Indexing,
Natural Language Processing, and Neural Modeling. Exceptionally strong
candidates from other areas will also be considered.

UMIACS, a state-supported research unit, has been the focal point for
interdisciplinary and applications-oriented research activities in
computing on the College Park campus. The Institute's 40 faculty
members conduct research in high performance computing, software
engineering, artificial intelligence, systems, combinatorial
algorithms, scientific computing, and computer vision.

Qualified applicants should send a 1 page statement of research
interest, curriculum vita and the names and addresses of 3 references
to:

 Prof. Joseph Ja'Ja'
 UMIACS
 A.V. Williams Building
 University of Maryland
 College Park, MD 20742

by April 1. UMIACS strongly encourages applications from minorities
and women. EOE/AA
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