Michigan State U: Second Language Acquisition – Funded PHD (USA)

“Studentships“

Fully funded PHD in Second Language Acquisition, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA. Deadline: December 6, 2019.

The Michigan State University Second Language Studies Program is offering a fully funded Ph.D. position in Second Language Acquisition with a specialization in language policy. This person will assist Dr. Peter De Costa with research on language policy, with a specific focus on multilingualism in K-12 contexts, a critique of neoliberal English as a medium of instruction (EMI) policies, and family language policy in international and domestic (US) settings. Priority will be given to individuals who are interested in exploring the interface between language policy and SLA and who have experience in carrying out innovative multimodal language-in-education policy research. The position includes a full MSU tuition waiver, a bi-weekly stipend 9 months per year, and health care year round (12 months per year). To apply for this position, apply as normal (as indicated below) but, in your Personal Statement, write “Application for the Language Policy Graduate Research Assistantship” at the top. if you have questions about this position, please email Dr. Peter De Costa. To apply for the doctoral program (deadline: December 6, 2019), go to Admissions.

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