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Wed Dec 19 2007
Jobs: Applied Ling & Communication Studies: Asst Prof, Iowa State U
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Applied Linguistics & Communication Studies: Assistant Professor, Iowa State University, IA, USA
Message 1: Applied Linguistics & Communication Studies: Assistant Professor, Iowa State University, IA, USA
From: Nick Pendar <pendariastate.edu>
Subject: Applied Linguistics & Communication Studies: Assistant Professor, Iowa State University, IA, USA
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University or Organization: Iowa State University
Job Location: Iowa, USA
Web Address: http://www.iastate.edu/~apling/Lingprog.html
Job Rank: Assistant Professor
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Pragmatics; Communication Studies
The Linguistics Program at Iowa State University invites applications for a
tenure-track Assistant Professor in Linguistics and Communications Studies.
We are particularly interested in applicants who specialize in the use of
linguistic analysis for the study of computer-mediated communication. The
successful applicant must have a strong interest in and ability to teach
one course (two sections per year) in the Interdisciplinary Communication
Studies program such as computer-mediated communication, multi-modal
communication, language thought and action (pragmatics), or cross-cultural
communication. The successful applicant will participate in the
undergraduate program in Linguistics, the MA program in Teaching English as
a Second Language/Applied Linguistics and the PhD program in Applied
Linguistics & Technology. The appointment will begin August, 2008.
Successful candidates are expected to have a record of publications in
high-quality refereed journals and show evidence of teaching proficiency.
The successful candidate will be expected to maintain a highly productive
program of research with potential to secure extramural funding. The
position includes a research-friendly teaching load. The salary is
competitive and start-up funds are available.
Iowa State University, one of the nation's leading land grant institutions,
is located in Ames, Iowa, a community of 50,000 ranked nationally for its
exceptional quality of life (www.visitames.com). One of the top 50 public
universities according to US News and World Report, Iowa State University
attracts students from all over the world.
Review of applications will begin February 1 and continue until the
position is filled. Candidates should send their vita, a cover letter
describing their research and teaching interests, relevant (p)reprints, and
three letters of reference to
Lori Wildeman (Lwildiastate.edu), Linguistics/Comm Search Committee at the
address given below.
For additional information about the position, contact Carol Chapelle. Iowa
State is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. For information
about the Linguistics Program, please visit the web site
For more information about the Interdisciplinary Communication Studies
program, please visit the web site
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Ling/Comm Search Committee Lori Wildeman
Department of Psychology
W112 Lagomarcino Hall
Iowa State Unversity
Ames, IA 50011-3180
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