We have just advertised the following
Teaching Associate position in Sociolinguistics at Sheffield:
The successful applicant’s key responsibility will be to teach a Level 3 (final year) UG Language and Gender module. Applicants should have (or be close to completing) a PhD in sociolinguistics, so this may suit a PhD student. We would be happy to receive applications from individuals working in the area of Linguistic Ethnography.
Please can I ask you to circulate this to anyone who you think may be interested? The deadline for the post is very short (5thDecember!) as we are looking to recruit someone to start in February.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
From: Dr Emma Moore
Please note that my usual hours of work are Monday-Wednesday.
Senior Lecturer in Sociolinguistics
School of English
University of Sheffield
1 Upper Hanover St
Sheffield; S3 7RA
tel:/ 0114 222 0232
Office hours: Wed 9-10. Book an appointment by following this link: http://tinyurl.com/bvgnzxq (feel free to book multiple appointments if you would like longer than 15 minutes).
(Received 5 October 2016)
We currently have two jobs available at The University of Nottingham’s UK Campus, working in the Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics, School of English.
Research Fellow in Professional Communication (2.5 year post) http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/ARTS272916
Teaching Associate in Professional Communication (1 year maternity cover) http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/ARTS234316
Informal enquires should be addressed to Professor Louise Mullany: firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Louise Mullany
Director, Linguistic Profiling for Professionals
School of English
Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics
University of Nottingham
I do not have the chance to read this file as my lap top is running short of resources to open it. I received the information on 8 July 2016, and so please send in your application immediately if you are really keen:
(Warwick Castle; image from timetravel-britain.com)
Due to expansion of our programmes, we are currently advertising two permanent Assistant Professor posts at the Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick, UK. They will be of interest to ambitious academics with expertise in two or more of the following areas: pragmatics, sociolinguistics, qualitative research methods, quantitative research methods, linguistics.
For further details, please click here<https://atsv7.wcn.co.uk/search_engine/jobs.cgi?owner=5062452&ownertype=fair&jcode=1462383>.
For informal enquiries please contact Professor Helen Spencer-Oatey (e: Helen.Spencer-Oatey@warwick.ac.uk<mailto:Helen.Spencer-Oatey@warwick.ac.uk>
Experience and Qualifications:
Doctoral degree in education by December 31, 2015.
A minimum of two years experience in higher education teaching education and/or teacher credential courses.
A minimum of three years experience teaching at the K-12 level, preferably K-8.Excellent public relations, communication and technology skills.
Administrative experience indicating the capacity to oversee student recruitment, advisement, and school placement.
Experience with program planning and curriculum development.
Familiarity with the California Standards for new and continuing teachers (including the Common Core State Standards), the California accreditation system, and the California Commission on Teaching Credentialing.
Demonstrated commitment to student-centered learning and rigorous post-bachelor level teaching, etc.
Application Instructions: Please apply on-line at http://jobs.stmarys-ca.edu.
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*I think it’ll be great if someone researching in areas relating to SE Asia gets this prestigious fellowship!
The Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University announces “Thinking the Humanities in the 21st Century,” an Andrew W. Mellon Program of Mid-Career Research Fellowships.
The Fellowship is directed toward faculty at four-year liberal arts colleges who have received tenure within the last five years. It will welcome three outstanding scholars in each of the academic years 2015–2018 to the Whitney Humanities Center, where they will pursue research programs in any area of the humanities and related fields and enter into intellectual exchanges with faculty, fellows, and other visitors to the Center.
Fellows will remain in residence during the fall and spring semesters of a full academic year, taking part in the Whitney Fellows’ weekly gatherings. Mellon Fellows will also offer two public presentations on topics of their choosing and participate in classroom discussions relating to their interests, though there are no formal teaching duties attached to the fellowship award.
Fellows will receive half of their salaries as well as travel/ relocation allowances of up to $2500; it is anticipated that they will bring the other half of their salaries from their home institutions in the form of sabbatical support.
Proposals will be judged according to their creativity, breadth of implication, feasibility, and engagement in today’s thinking and rethinking of humanistic research and teaching.
How to apply
Applications will be considered in two stages. For the initial application, please submit one hard copy of the cover sheet (.DOC or .PDF), a brief curriculum vitae (two-page maximum), and a statement of the proposed research project (500 words maximum) by October 31, 2014.
From these initial applications, the Mellon Fellowship Committee will invite a smaller number of applicants to supply further material, including letters of recommendation. The second round of application materials will be due on January 5, 2015.
All materials should be sent to the Chair, Mellon Program of Mid-Career Research Fellowships, Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University, 53 Wall Street, P.O. Box 208298, New Haven, CT 06520-8298.