LINGUIST List 9.1491

Sat Oct 24 1998

Jobs: Syntax/Morph, Generalist Ling, Applied Ling

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  1. Mike Flynn, Syntax/Morphology; Visiting Prof at Carelton College
  2. Rush, Ginger, Generalist and Applied Ling; 2 positions at CSU, Chico/English Dept.

Message 1: Syntax/Morphology; Visiting Prof at Carelton College

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 13:59:28 -0500
From: Mike Flynn <mjflynncarleton.edu>
Subject: Syntax/Morphology; Visiting Prof at Carelton College


Visiting Position in Linguistics
Linguistics Program
Carleton College
Northfield, MN 55057


The Linguistics Program invites applications for a one-year
visiting position, beginning in September, 1999, probably
renewable for a second year. Rank and specialization are
open, though preference will be given to candidates with
expertise in syntax and/or morphology. Salary will be
commensurate with experience. Ph.D. is required at the time
of application.

The Carleton Linguistics Program has one regular faculty
member, who is the Director of the Program. Responsibilities
of the visitor include teaching five courses during the
first year, one in the fall term, two in each of the winter
and spring terms. (A six course load is normal at Carleton.)
During the second year, the visitor would teach two courses
each term and be the Acting Director of the Linguistics
Program, as a leave replacement.

We will begin reviewing dossiers on December 1, 1998 and
continue until the position is filled. Interested persons
should send a letter of application, a current curriculum
vitae, one representative paper, and the names and addresses
of three references to:

Michael Flynn
Director of Linguistics
Carleton College
Northfield, MN 55057

Excellence in teaching is a very important aspect of the
job. Candidates are invited to discuss this aspect of their
qualifications in the letter of application.

Inquiries are welcome to Professor Michael Flynn at
mjflynncarleton.edu or at (507) 646-4020. Interviews will
be conducted at the Linguistics Society of America annual
meeting in Los Angeles in January. For more information
about our program, please visit our web pages at
http//www.carleton.edu and follow the links to the Linguistics
Program.


Carleton College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and
specifically invites applications from women and minority
persons.
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Message 2: Generalist and Applied Ling; 2 positions at CSU, Chico/English Dept.

Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 15:04:04 -0700
From: Rush, Ginger <GRUSHcsuchico.edu>
Subject: Generalist and Applied Ling; 2 positions at CSU, Chico/English Dept.


CSU, Chico/English Department


Position: Applied Linguistics

Type: Tenure-Track

Location: Department of English
 California State University, Chico
 Chico, CA. 95929-0830

Contact: Karen C. Hatch, Chair
 Department of English
 California State University, Chico
 Chico, Ca. 95929-0830
 (530) 898-5125 or fax (530) 898-4450
 
Application
Deadline Date: 
		 Review of applications will begin on Dec. 3, 
 1998, and continue as necessary.

 
Description: Teaching load is four courses per semester.
 Teaching responsibilities of the position include ESL
 courses (specifically ESL for Academic Purposes),
 introduction to Second Language Acquisition
 Theories and Methods, and a graduate seminar on Second
 Language Acquisition Theories and Research. The
 position also involves advising ESL students, pursuing 
 research and publication, and providing service to the 
 University community. The exact assignment is 
 dependent upon departmental needs and the background of
 the individual. Candidates should be knowledgeable
 about and interested in working with California's
 diverse student population. 
 
 	FEMALES AND ETHNIC MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED
 	TO APPLY.

Minimum
Qualifications: 
		 Ph.D. in applied linguistics or TESOL (with strong
 linguistics background). Teaching experience in
 EAP (English for Academic Purposes) programs in
 the US and in ESL in a non-US setting, or ESL/
 bilingual programs in K-12 schools in the US.
 		 A strong record of teaching and scholarship.
		 Experience in and commitment to ESL program
		 development and administration, and to ESL teaching.


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CSU, Chico/English Department


Position: Linguistics

Type: Tenure-Track

Location: Department of English
 California State University, Chico
 Chico, CA. 95929-0830

Contact: Karen C. Hatch, Chair
 Department of English
 California State University, Chico
 Chico, Ca. 95929-0830
 (530) 898-5125 or fax (530) 898-4450
 
Application 
Deadline Date: Review of applications will begin on Dec. 3, 
 1998, and continue as necessary.


 
Description: Teaching load is four courses per semester.
 Teaching responsibilities of the position
 include introduction to syntax, introduction to 
 linguistics, introduction to Second Language
 Acquisition Theories and Methods, and graduate 
 seminars on selected topics in linguistics (as 
 needed). Tenure-track faculty members are also 
 required to pursue research and publication,
 and provide service to the University community.
 The exact assignment is dependent upon departmental
 needs and the background of the individual. 
 Candidates should be knowledgeable about and
 interested in working with California1s diverse 
 student population.

 FEMALES AND ETHNIC MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED
 TO APPLY.

Minimum
Qualifications: Ph.D. in linguistics with training in discourse
 and cognitive/functional approaches to syntax
 and semantics. Ability and experience in teaching
 core-area linguistics courses, including syntax,
		 phonology, morphology, and semantics. Experience in
		 teaching introduction to Second Language Acquisition
		 Theories and Methods courses. A strong record of
		 teaching and scholarship; experience in and
		 commitment to program development. Demonstrated
		 research interest in no-Indo-European language(s) is
		 desirable.
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