Pro Tem Research Associate Pool (Linguistics)
Faculty - Pro Tempore
Review of Applications Begins
Applications will be reviewed as needs arise
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter
The Department of Linguistics, an academic unit of the College of
Arts and Sciences, provides undergraduate and graduate degrees. Our
fundamental interest is in the nature of language, how language is
used, and how this use impacts language learning, processing, and
structure over historical and developmental time. Given this
interest, we are also invested in the practical and
interdisciplinary aspects of language and its use; that is, in its
normal and disordered acquisition, teaching, maintenance,
revitalization, loss, and also in its social impact and
interrelation with social structures and institutions.
The department is comprised of 14 full-time professors and
instructors, 24 graduate employees, 1 officer of administration,
and 1 full time classified support staff. There are 27 doctoral
students, 13 Master's students, and 89 undergraduate majors. The
department has a number of labs and $2.4 million in grants.
A temporary research associate is needed to write-up existing data
on speech breathing for journal submission and to design and
collect new preliminary study data on speech breathing using online
resources. These tasks require expertise in speech production with
an emphasis on speech disfluencies. The research associate should
also have expertise in speech acoustics and statistical analyses as
well as basic computer programming skills.
- Expertise in speech acoustics and statistical
- Basic computer programming skills.
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To apply, visit https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/525676/pro-tem-research-associate-pool-linguistics