9.1571, Jobs: Computational Ling, TESL

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Subject: 9.1571, Jobs: Computational Ling, TESL

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Date:  Fri, 06 Nov 1998 11:11:52 -0800
From:  Laura Kenny-Carlson <kenny at cs.stanford.edu>
Subject:  Computational Ling; Tenure-track at Stanford University

Date:  Fri, 06 Nov 1998 10:22:33 -0600
From:  Mary Ann Geissal <M-Geissal at .neiu.edu>
Subject:  TESL; Tenure-Track in Northeastern Illinois

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Fri, 06 Nov 1998 11:11:52 -0800
From:  Laura Kenny-Carlson <kenny at cs.stanford.edu>
Subject:  Computational Ling; Tenure-track at Stanford University

Stanford University

Faculty Opening

Stanford Universitys Departments of Linguistics and Computer Science
seek applicants for a tenure-track faculty position in areas combining
linguistics and computation. Candidates will be expected to show breadth
and depth in both areas and to demonstrate the ability to make an
intellectual contribution to both linguistics and computer science.
Example topics of interest include, but are not limited to, natural
language dialog processing and understanding, development and evaluation
of linguistic methods using large speech and text databases, speech
recognition, computational modeling of cognitive processing of language,
lexical knowledge bases, symbolic and statistical methods of language
processing, and linguistic knowledge representation.  Interest in an
application area, such as information retrieval, data mining, or web
services is desirable.  Higher priority will be given to the innovation
and promise of the candidates work than to any of these specific topics
and applications.

Applicants should have a Ph.D. in a relevant field.  Evidence of the
ability to pursue a research program and a strong commitment to graduate
and undergraduate teaching are required.  The successful candidate will
be expected to teach courses, both in the candidates specialty area and
in related subjects, at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and to
build and lead a team of graduate students in Ph.D. research.

The appointment will be made at the level of an Assistant Professor.
The position is available beginning Autumn 1999 and is offered jointly
in the Linguistics and Computer Science Departments.  Further
information about these departments can be found at
http://www-linguistics.stanford.edu and http://www-cs.stanford.edu,

Applications should include a curriculum vita, statements of research
and teaching interests and the names of five references.  The
application should be sent to:

Professor John Mitchell, Search Committee Chair
c/o Laura Kenny-Carlson
Computer Science Department
Stanford University
Gates 2B
Stanford, CA 94305-9025

The interview process will begin on January 15, 1999, but applications
will be accepted until February 15, 1999.  Stanford University is an
equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from women and
minority candidates.

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Date:  Fri, 06 Nov 1998 10:22:33 -0600
From:  Mary Ann Geissal <M-Geissal at .neiu.edu>
Subject:  TESL; Tenure-Track in Northeastern Illinois

The Linguistics Program of Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago
has been authorized to search for a tenure-track assistant professor for
September, 1999.  Candidates must possess a doctorate in Linguistics by
August, 1999.  Individuals with a strong background in both general
linguistics and methods of teaching English as a second language who can
teach undergraduate and graduate courses are preferred.  Please submit a
CV, three letters of recommendation (including at least one attesting to
teaching skills), a brief letter describing your interests and teaching
experience, and one (only) sample publication.

Northeastern is a state-supported commuter university of 10,000
culturally diverse students on the northwest side of the city of
Chicago, ofering programs at both the undergraduate and masters levels.
Northeastern offers an M.A. in Linguistics, an M.A. in Linguistics: TESL
Concentration, an undergraduate Minor in Linguistics, and an
undergraduate Minor in Linguistics: TESL Concentration.

Send Materials to:		Dr. Marit Vamarasi
				Search Committee Chair
				Linguistics Program
				Northeastern Illinois University
				5500 N. St. Louis Avenue
				Chicago, Illinois 60625

Deadline for Submission		December 15, 1998
of Materials:

Northeastern is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and
invites applications from women and minorities as well as other
qualified individuals.

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