LINGUIST List 9.1299

Fri Sep 18 1998

Jobs: Cognitive Psych, Spanish Ling, Tech

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  1. Bill Merriman, Job in Cognitive Psychology
  2. Elena Ruzickova, Job announcement:Spanish Linguistics/Miami University, Oxford, OH
  3. Olivia Williamson, Academic Technology Specialist - Stanford University

Message 1: Job in Cognitive Psychology

Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 11:23:58 -0400
From: Bill Merriman <wmerrimakent.edu>
Subject: Job in Cognitive Psychology

TENURE-TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR. Pending final administrative approval,
the Department of Psychology at Kent State University seeks applications
for four tenure-track faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level
starting in the 1999-2000 academic year. Applicants should have received a
Ph.D. in psychology prior to their appointments. All positions involve
teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels and the direction of
theses and dissertations. Ability to teach graduate statistics courses is
desirable. Teaching experience, an established publication record, and
strong potential for extramural funding are expected. We are especially
interested in applicants whose research complements that of current
faculty, including health psychology, family relationships,
psychopathology, higher-order cognitive processes, and forensic psychology.
 The Department houses a Psychological Clinic and an Applied Psychology
Center. More information about the Department is available at our home
page (http://www.kent.edu/~ksupsych/psych.htm).

SOCIAL (1 position): We are especially interested in applicants with
research interests in social cognition. This position includes teaching
graduate and undergraduate social psychology courses.

COGNITIVE (1 position): We are especially interested in applicants with an
active program of research in higher-order cognitive processes, including
those involved in reasoning, problem-solving, decision-making, remembering,
and producing or comprehending language.

CLINICAL (2 positions): Applicants must have received a Ph.D. in clinical
psychology from an APA-accredited program, must have completed an
APA-approved pre-doctoral internship, and are expected to become licensed
in Ohio. Clinical faculty typically are involved in the supervision of
graduate students in our Psychological Clinic. Kent's clinical training
program is APA-accredited and follows a scientist-practitioner model.

Application deadline is November 1, 1998, but applications will be accepted
until the positions are filled. Application materials, including a
statement of research interests, curriculum vitae, copies of publications
and other supporting materials, summaries of teaching evaluations, and
three letters of recommendation, should be sent to:

Chair, (Clinical,Cognitive, or Social) Search Committee
Department of Psychology
Kent State University
P.O. Box 5190,
Kent, OH 44242-0001

The Department of Psychology strongly endorses the affirmative action commitment of Kent State University. We have a diverse faculty and graduate student body and especially encourage applications from female and minority applicants as
well as persons conducting research with these populations. Kent State
University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Bill Merriman				E-mail: wmerrimakent.edu
Department of Psychology		Office: (330) 672-2059
Kent State University			Fax: (330) 672-3786
Kent OH 44242
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Message 2: Job announcement:Spanish Linguistics/Miami University, Oxford, OH

Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 11:51:28 -0100
From: Elena Ruzickova <ruzickestream.mcs.muohio.edu>
Subject: Job announcement:Spanish Linguistics/Miami University, Oxford, OH

Miami University
Spanish and Portuguese, Oxford, OH 45056
Assistant Professor


Spanish Linguistics, Ph.D., tenure-track, to begin August 99. ABDs will
be considered. Specialization open. Candidates should be willing and
qualified to share coordination responsibilities of midsize Spanish
language program, show strong commitment to both research and teaching,
and have native or near-native proficiency in Spanish and English.
Candidate will be fourth linguist in the Department, and will teach
Spanish language and linguistics (including specialized courses in BA
and MA programs), and general linguistics (for the interdepartmental
linguistics program). Send letter, curriculum vitae, official
transcript and three letters of reference to:

Elizabeth Rogers, Chair,
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Miami University
Oxford, OH 45056

Screening will begin Dec. 1 and continue until position is
filled. Interviews at MLA. AA/EOE employer. Women and minorities are
encouraged to apply.
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Message 3: Academic Technology Specialist - Stanford University

Date: Fri, 18 Sep 1998 10:19:49 -0700
From: Olivia Williamson <oliviastanford.edu>
Subject: Academic Technology Specialist - Stanford University


The Academic Technology Specialist for the Linguistics department will
encourage and support the use of technology in teaching by investigating
and implementing new tools for instructors, providing training and
support,
and creating an infrastructure to allow their usage throughout the
program.
He or she will consult with faculty in developing and implementing
curricula using new computer-based educational tools; create, present,
and
manage materials to train faculty and students in the use of technology;
assist the directors in technology-related programmatic development; act
as
a liaison between the department and campus computing groups;
participate
as part of the team of Academic Technology Specialists in Meyer
Library. 
This is a 50% time position. Complete job description available at 
http://rits.stanford.edu/atss/program/linguistics.html.

Qualifications: At C06 level, BA in linguistics/related discipline plus
2 
years experience in academic computing. At C07 level, advanced degree
in 
linguistics or related discipline plus 5 years experience in academic 
computing, or equivalent combination of education and experience. 
Demonstrated experience developing web sites. Excellent communications, 
time, and project management skills. Experience with Mac, PC, and Unix 
systems and software.


- Olivia Williamson

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Olivia C. Williamson
Academic Technology Support Manager
Stanford University
(650) 723-1474
oliviastanford.edu 
Green Library - Systems
Stanford, CA 94309
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