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UB Linguistics Department Seeks Chinese Language and Culture Professor

The University at Buffalo Department of Linguistics invites applications for a new position in Chinese Language and Culture.

A brief job description is below, and the full announcement can be found at https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/.

Posting Number F1700097

The University at Buffalo invites applications for a full-time, clinical assistant professor (10-month) position in Chinese Language and Culture. The appointment will be made in the Chinese Program in the Department of Linguistics. The position requires teaching content-based Chinese language courses for professionals (e.g., Business Chinese, Chinese for healthcare professionals) and courses in language and cultural competency such as Chinese popular culture and business culture. The courses will be taught at the undergraduate level initially with the potential to develop graduate courses, to students in business, health, and liberal arts programs. The clinical instructor will play an important role in developing and managing a professional language track in Chinese. The position will begin in the 2017-2018 academic year and will normally require teaching 4 courses per semester. There is no research obligation. The position offers comparable clinical faculty salary and state employee benefits.

Candidates must have a PhD and demonstrate experience and excellence in teaching Chinese language and culture courses at all levels, content-based and on-line courses.

Deadline for Applicants Open Until Filled

Please submit teaching demonstration video to Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo, 609 Baldy Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260-1030 or provide a link via the optional document below.

Required Documents

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Curriculum Vitae
  3. Teaching Statement
  4. Contact Information for References
  5. Sample Syllabus

Optional Documents

  1. Link to Teaching Demonstration Video

Contact Information
Contact’s Name EunHee Lee, Associate Professor
ehlee@buffalo.edu, 716-645-2177