24.2195, Jobs: Applied Ling; General Ling; Lang Acq: Visiting Prof, Assistant Prof, George Mason University

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Subject: 24.2195, Jobs: Applied Ling; General Ling; Lang Acq: Visiting Prof, Assistant Prof, George Mason University

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Date: Sat, 25 May 2013 10:49:21
From: Steven Weinberger [weinberg at gmu.edu]
Subject: Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition: Visiting Professor, Assistant Professor, George Mason University, Virginia, USA

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University or Organization: George Mason University 
Department: English: Program in Linguistics
Job Location: Virginia, USA 
Web Address: http://linguistics.gmu.edu
Job Rank: Assistant Professor; Visiting Professor

Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition 


Description:

George Mason University 
Term Assistant Professor or Term Instructor, Visiting Assistant Professor in
Linguistics

The George Mason University program in linguistics in the English department
seeks applicants for a one-year position to begin on August 25, 2013. Benefits
are included. Appointment will be for a term (visiting) assistant professor in
linguistics with a specialization in second-language acquisition (SLA) and
applied linguistics, with a sub-specialty in any linguistics field.

Qualifications: 
Applicants with expertise in linguistic variation/sociolinguistics are
particularly encouraged to apply. A Ph.D. in linguistics is required.
Candidates should also have experience teaching graduate and undergraduate
students.

Responsibilities: 
The position involves teaching three courses in the fall semester and three
courses in the spring semester. These will mainly be graduate-level courses in
George Mason University’s Linguistics Master’s and Ph.D. programs. Information
about our linguistics program can be found at the English linguistics
department URL.

For full consideration, applicants must apply for position number F8800z at
http://jobs.gmu.edu by June 28, 2013; complete and submit the online
application; and upload a cover letter, CV, and a list of three references.
AA/EOE.



Application Deadline: 28-Jun-2013 
	  
Web Address for Applications: http://jobs.gmu.edu 
Contact Information:
	Steven Weinberger 
	Email: weinberg at gmu.edu 





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