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- Conditional on position clearance and availability of funding. Assistant Professor, Second Language Studies University of Hawai'i at Manoa College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature, full-time, tenure track, to begin Fall 2019. The Department of Second Language Studies offers a BA, an MA and a PhD in Second Language Studies as well as an Advanced Graduate Certificate. The University of Hawai'i is a Carnegie very high research activity university with a strong orientation to the Asia-Pacific region. The University supports interdisciplinary initiatives within and across departments and colleges, and places high value on extramural funding. It also values research that addresses locally-relevant issues and local populations in Hawai'i
- The successful applicant will teach courses at the undergraduate & graduate levels in the area of second language education, focused on second language speaking and listening, and oral communication in a second language.
- The applicant will teach in other areas of the Department's curriculum as appropriate, mentor undergraduate & graduate students, and engage in research and service.
- PhD in second language studies, applied linguistics, or closely related field from a college of university of recognized standing. ABD will be considered; applicants must be ABD at time of application, and evidence must be provided that all requirements for the degree will be completed by August 2019. Demonstrated ability to carry out research in the applicant's major areas of specialization, as evidenced by publication; experience in second/foreign language teaching.
- Experience in materials development, curriculum development, research methods.
- Dr. Graham V. Crookes, Chair; 808-956-6046; email@example.com
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