Assistant/Associate Professor: Speech Language Pathology
University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Dept of Special Education and Communication Disorders
October 9, 2018
Academic / Research
The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders at the University of Nebraska Lincoln is searching for two new faculty members at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, with expertise in speech-language pathology or communication disorders. The positions are tenure leading with a nine-month appointment. Appointment at the Associate Professor level may be awarded with tenure.
Responsibilities: Establish programmatic, extramurally funded and collaborative research; teach undergraduate and/or graduate courses in area of expertise or closely related areas; mentor and direct student research; and provide professional outreach and service in the department, college, university and broader community.
Review of applications will begin November 5, 2018 and continue until the position is filled. Proposed start date is August 13, 2019. To apply, view requisition F_180174 at http://employment.unl.eduand click on “Apply to this job”, complete the form and attach: (1) letter of application; (2) curriculum vitae; (3) research plan; (4) teaching statement; (5) up to two peer reviewed journal articles or writing samples; and (6) names and contact information for three professional references. Inquiries should be directed to: Steven Barlow, Ph.D. at email@example.com 402-472-6395.
As an EO/AA employer, qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation. See: http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination.
Qualifications: Requirements include an earned doctorate (PhD) in Speech-Language Pathology or related field. College teaching experience and evidence of grantsmanship required. Those appointed at the Associate Professor level should have a record of extramurally funded research. Preferred areas of interest include speech development, phonology, technology (AAC, BCI, bioimaging), or language. Related areas of research will be considered.
Internal Number: F_180174
About University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Dept of Special Education and Communication Disorders
The Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders (http://cehs.unl.edu/secd/) is nationally known for its graduate programs in Special Education, Speech Language Pathology, and Audiology and is committed to innovative inquiry to understand and mitigate learning and behavior disorders, speech/language impairments, and sensory (hearing, vision) loss. Department faculty are addressing important problems and developing interventions that facilitate academic success, social/emotional development, autonomous communication, and sensory access and rehabilitation throughout the lifespan. Current areas of research include: academic interventions (reading, writing, math); learning technologies; behavioral interventions; neuroimaging; infant communication; speech physiology; communication technologies; cochlear implants; amplification and perception; auditory and vestibular physiology; and genetics of inner ear dysfunction. The Department has active research collaborations on campus with the Center for Brain Biology and Behavior, the Nebraska Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families and Schools, and the Schmoker Reading Center. Collaborations also exist with Boys Town, Bo...ys Town National Research Hospital, Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals, school districts within the region, and a number of national and international institutions and agencies. Lincoln, Nebraska is a vibrant college town of approximately 270,000 that combines the cultural richness of a large university with the affordability of a Midwestern city.
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