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Best, Alexis Palmer
The following posting is now active and accepting applications. Title: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor in Computational Linguistics at the University of North Texas Quick Link to the position: facultyjobs.unt.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=53243<http://facultyjobs.unt.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=53243>
The Department of Linguistics at the University of North Texas seeks to fill a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, with a primary specialization in computational linguistics. We seek candidates who are active researchers in a core linguistics area that complements existing departmental strengths (low-resource language documentation and resource creation, second language acquisition, theoretical linguistics, computational discourse and semantics, CL for low-resource languages, and corpus-based research). In addition, the successful candidate will play an important role in the continued development of our graduate and undergraduate programs in computational linguistics. Evidence of an active research agenda, a promising trajectory for grant acquisition, and a strong commitment to innovative teaching is required for consideration. The expected start date could be either Spring 2019 or Fall 2019. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the search is closed.
The teaching load for tenure-track positions is typically four courses per year, graduate and undergraduate levels. Additional responsibilities include service on departmental and university committees and student advising/supervision.
A PhD in Linguistics, Computer Science, Cognitive Science or a related field with a strong background in computational linguistics/natural language processing is required.
Linguistics moved from the College of Arts and Sciences to the College of Information (COI) in fall 2014, and in fall 2016 it became the third department in the college. The move to COI has positioned Linguistics in a collaborative environment for developing cutting-edge curricula that incorporate research on language structure and use with database design and management, language technology, text mining, computational and quantitative methods in linguistics, and natural language processing. We seek candidates who will contribute to the existing creative and collaborative environment in the department, as well as pursuing interdisciplinary collaborations (both new and existing) with other computational research groups on campus, in particular in Computer Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Information Science.
Degree programs in the Department of Linguistics include a BA in Linguistics, an MA in Linguistics, an MA in ESL, an Interdisciplinary MS in Computational Linguistics, and Graduate Academic Certificates in TESOL and in Computational Linguistics, as well as a Linguistics concentration available through the Information Science (IS) Ph.D. program. Additional information about degrees, courses, and faculty can be found at linguistics.unt.edu<http://linguistics.unt.edu/>.
UNT is among the top forty largest universities in the nation and is ranked a Tier One university by the Carnegie Classification. UNT offers 101 bachelor's, 82 master's, and 38 doctoral degree programs, many nationally and internationally recognized. Linguistics is located in the UNT Denton campus.
The University of North Texas System is firmly committed to equal opportunity and does not permit - and takes actions to prevent - discrimination, harassment (including sexual violence), and retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, family status, genetic information, citizenship or veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, facilities, and employment practices. The University of North Texas System immediately investigates and takes remedial action when appropriate. The University of North Texas System also takes actions to prevent retaliation against individuals who oppose a discriminatory practice, file a charge, or testify, assist or participate in an investigative proceeding or hearing.
----------------------------------------------------- Alexis Palmer
Asst. Professor, Linguistics College of Information, B201A University of North Texas Denton, Texas, USA
alexis.palmer at unt.edu<mailto:alexis.palmer at unt.edu> ofc. +1-940-369-8079
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