LINGUIST List 12.998

Tue Apr 10 2001

Jobs: Syntax/Generalist: Lecturer at U of Utah, USA

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  1. Ed Rubin, Syntax/Generalist: Lecturer at U of Utah, USA

Message 1: Syntax/Generalist: Lecturer at U of Utah, USA

Date: Mon, 9 Apr 2001 13:01:55 -0600
From: Ed Rubin <>
Subject: Syntax/Generalist: Lecturer at U of Utah, USA

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Utah invites
applications for a non-tenure track Assistant Professor-Lecturer
beginning July 1, 2001. Ph.D. in linguistics required. (ABD

Duties include teaching six courses per year. Ability to teach the
following courses required: Introduction to Syntax, Intermediate
Syntax, Introduction to Phonetics & Phonology, Introduction to
Linguistics, and another course useful to our BA and/or MA programs in
the candidate's area of research such as Semantics, Language &
Cognition, the Psychology of Language, Language in Society,
computational linguistics, etc. Please see our website for links to
course information ( 

Salary competitive; full benefits. One-year contract may be
extendable to two more years; second-year renewal subject to
performance review at the end of the first year and availability of
funds. Send a cover letter, CV and names of three references to:

Search Committee for Syntax/Generalist Position,
University of Utah,
Department of Linguistics,
255 S. Central Campus Dr. Rm. 2328,
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0492.

Deadline for full consideration April 28, 2001 but position will remain
open until filled. For further information contact Ed Rubin
( The University of Utah is an Equal
Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from
women and minorities, and provides reasonable accommodation to the known
disabilities of applicants and employees.
- -------------------------------------------------------------
Edward J. Rubin
Assistant Professor
Linguistics Department
University of Utah				telephone:
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112			(801) 581-7474

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