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Re: [xmca] Developmental position at the University of Edinburgh
On 23 March 2013 12:45, Elizabeth Hadley Nickrenz <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Edinburgh y/n?
y! It's a great place, but not for the weather shy.
"High-flying" sounds like a complete put-off though. It reads "has no
values of their own and will stand on other people in order to try to look
good". I suggest they send the person who wrote it to do city finance.
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> Subject: [xmca] Developmental position at the University of Edinburgh
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> From: *Hugh Rabagliati*
> Date: Friday, March 22, 2013
> Subject: [COGDEVSOC] Developmental position at the University of Edinburgh
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
> (apologies for cross-posting)
> Dear all,
> The University of Edinburgh is looking to hire our third (!) developmental
> psychologist of the year. Please consider applying, or forwarding the ad on
> to high-flying postdocs and students. We're building a great group, and
> want a fantastic colleague to join us.
> This particular position is called a "Chancellor's Fellowship", and it is
> an amazing deal. This is a research-intensive post at the Assistant Prof.
> level, with an extremely low teaching load initially, allowing the
> successful applicant to focus on building a productive research program and
> group. The Fellowships are part of a University-wide initiative to hire
> highly-productive, independent young scientists and scholars.
> The listing can be found here:
> The closing date is soon -- 5pm GMT on April 18 -- but the application
> procedure is not arduous, so I want to encourage applications from
> individuals who only planned on entering the job market arena next year.
> The area of interest within developmental psychology is open. The
> department has particular strengths in Language & Cognition, Human
> Cognitive Neuroscience, and Differential Psychology, but we would be also
> be interested in individuals who can boost our strengths in
> underrepresented areas, such as social development.
> Edinburgh is a historic, world-class university, with particular strengths
> in the behavioural and biomedical sciences. The interdepartmental cognitive
> science community is amongst the world's largest, and the psychology
> department has made a large number of junior hires in the last year.
> For those unclear about the non-academic benefits, I invite you to perform
> a google image search for "edinburgh". The city is both beautiful and
> culturally rich, with the world's largest cultural festival season every
> summer. An extinct volcano overlooks the Old Town, and the Scottish
> highlands are a short trip away.
> Hugh Rabagliati
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