LINGUIST List 9.1413

Sun Oct 11 1998

Jobs: TESL, General Linguistics

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  1. Ron Schaefer, TESL Asst. Prof at Southern Illinois U.
  2. Cynthia Bernstein, Asst Prof of Linguistics at Auburn U.

Message 1: TESL Asst. Prof at Southern Illinois U.

Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 07:36:56 -0500 (CDT)
From: Ron Schaefer <rschaefsiue.edu>
Subject: TESL Asst. Prof at Southern Illinois U.


Title/Rank: Assistant Professor

JOB DESCRIPTION: Linguist, to teach TESL courses, including SLA and
language transfer, linguistics, grammatical analysis and composition (ESL
and regular courses), and to advise TESL students. Assignments at M.A. and
undergraduate levels. Desirable: record of ESL and TESL experience abroad.
Academic year: 6-course load. Interviewing at LSA conference in Los
Angeles in January 1999.

TERM OF CONTRACT: 9-month appointment; tenure track

SALARY RANGE: Commensurate with experience and credentials

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Prefer Ph.D. in hand; will consider ABD if
doctorate completed by August 1, 1999.

SOURCE OF FUNDS: State

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Position open until filled. Preference
given to completed applicaitons received by November 15, 1998.

SUBMIT COVER LETTER, VITA, TRANSCRIPTS, AND THREE LETTERS OF
RECOMMENDATION TO:

Linguist Search Committee
Department of English
Southern Illinois University
Campus Box 1431
Edwardsville, IL 62026-1431

As an affirmative action employer, SIUE offers equal employment
opportunity without regard to race, color, creed or religion, age, sex,
national origin, or disability.

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Message 2: Asst Prof of Linguistics at Auburn U.

Date: Fri, 9 Oct 1998 14:21:27 -0500 (CDT)
From: Cynthia Bernstein <bernscymail.auburn.edu>
Subject: Asst Prof of Linguistics at Auburn U.


Assistant Professor of Linguistics 
 
Tenure-track appointment as assistant professor of linguistics, PhD
required, beginning September 16, 1999. Teaching will include
upper-division and graduate courses in language acquisition (1st and 2nd) 
and TESOL theory and practice. We are particularly interested in
candidates with additional interest and expertise in teaching freshman
composition and/or sophomore literature (especially world literature). 

Auburn University is a comprehensive university with 21,500 students. The
Department of English offers the BA, MA, and PhD (further information is
available at our website). Send letter of application and vita postmarked
by November 10 to Dennis Rygiel, Head, Department of English.
 
Applications will be acknowledged by a department letter. Auburn
University is an AA/EO employer. Applications from women and minority
group members are especially encouraged. 
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