[Humanist] 23.701 jobs: WEME Project; language engineering for undergrads

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 701.
         Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    "Kirsten C. Uszkalo" <circe at ufies.org>                    (58)
        Subject: Part Time Programming Job: The WEME Project

  [2]   From:    Shuly Wintner <shuly at cs.haifa.ac.il>                      (53)
        Subject: Fwd: Summer Research for Undergrads

        Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2010 10:13:56 -0600
        From: "Kirsten C. Uszkalo" <circe at ufies.org>
        Subject: Part Time Programming Job: The WEME Project

> The Witches in Early Modern England (WEME) Project is looking for a =
part time Java developer experienced with working in an academic =
computing environment to work on a grant-funded, web-based application.  =
The incumbent will integrate several existing Java and Processing =
applications and web-based frameworks, such as the Google Maps API.
> This position requires a broad range of technical expertise, =
analytical skills and excellent interpersonal skills. The successful =
candidate is required to have a minimum of 3 years programming =
experience, with a strong preference for a completed four-year Computing =
Science degree.=20
> Required skills
> =B7       Java & Python in a web-based context
> =B7       Working knowledge of Processing
> =B7      Working knowledge of common databases
> =B7      Ability to quickly analyze, plan, and execute project tasks
> Desired Skills  =20
> =B7       Experience with integration of multiple web-based =
> =B7       Knowledge of PHP & Perl
> =B7       Experience working on academic computing projects
> Salary: Hourly, MA/MCS scale of $20/hour
> For more information about the position, or to submit your cover =
letter, CV, and references for consideration, please contact Dr. Kirsten =
C. Uszkalo <kirsten at uszkalo.com> before March 23rd. More information =
about the WEME Project can be found at http://kirsten.uszkalo.com/weme.  =
Please feel free to redistribute this advertisement to any interested =
colleagues. All interested applicants are encouraged to apply. Due to =
funding guidelines, applicants currently authorized to work in Canada =
will be given priority.
Kirsten C. Uszkalo
Visiting Assistant Professor=20
Post-Doctoral Fellow=20
Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities=20
Illinois Informatics Institute=20
Department of History=20
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign=20
Urbana, IL, USA

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of English
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6
kcu2 (at) sfu.ca / kirsten (at) uszkalo.com

"Sure this woman is no witch, for she speaks many good words, which the =
witches could not"

        Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2010 08:15:10 +0000
        From: Shuly Wintner <shuly at cs.haifa.ac.il>
        Subject: Fwd: Summer Research for Undergrads

Begin forwarded message:

> NSF-Supported Summer Research for Undergraduates
> The Center for Language and Speech Processing at the Johns Hopkins
> University is seeking outstanding members of the current junior
> class for a summer research workshop on language engineering from
> June 7 to July 30, 2010.
> The 8-week workshop provides an intense intellectual environment.
> Undergraduates work closely alongside more senior researchers as
> part of a multi-university research team, which has been assembled
> for the summer to attack some problem of current interest.  The
> teams and topics for summer 2010 are described here:
>    http://www.clsp.jhu.edu/workshops/ws10/internship.php
> We hope that this stimulating and selective experience will
> encourage students to pursue graduate study in human language
> technology, as it has been doing for many years.
> The summer workshop provides:
> * An opportunity to explore an exciting new area of research
> * A two-week tutorial on current speech and language technology
> * Mentoring by an experienced researcher
> * Participation in project planning activities
> * Use of a computing cluster and personal workstation
> * A $5,000 stipend and $2,520 towards per diem expenses
> * Private furnished accommodation for the duration of the workshop
> * Travel expenses to and from the workshop venue
> Initial applications should be received by FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 2009,
> and should include the name of a faculty nominator who would be
> willing to serve as a reference if asked.  Apply online here:
>    http://www.clsp.jhu.edu/workshops/ws10/internship.php
> Applicants are evaluated only on relevant skills, employment
> experience, past academic record, and the strength of letters of
> recommendation.  No limitation is placed on the undergraduate
> major.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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