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- Teach undergraduate/graduate courses in the designated area of specialization; advise graduate students; conduct and publish research in area of specialization; pursue opportunities for external funding; perform related tasks as assigned.
- Doctorate in Linguistics or related field from a college or university of recognized standing (ABD will be considered, but evidence must be provided that all requirements for the degree will be completed by 07/31/2017). Applicants are expected to have experience and expertise in phonological analysis, and evidence of an active research program.. Evidence of successful teaching experience in undergraduate and/or graduate linguistics courses is required.
- Desirable qualifications include expertise in experimentation, computational methods, or quantitative methods, or a language or languages of Asia or the Pacific (especially Austronesian languages). We are interested in candidates whose research and teaching interests enhance and complement the strengths of the department. We seek someone who can excel in teaching, training, and supervision of graduate students and who can interact well with faculty in our department and in other departments.
- University of Hawaii, Department of Linguistics
- 1890 East-West Road, Moore 569
- ATTN: Chair, Hiring Committee
- Honolulu, HI 96822
- Chair, Hiring Committee; 808-956-8602; firstname.lastname@example.org
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