A reminder of the Tenure Track Position at Arizona State University:
Tenure Track Position-Speech and Hearing Science-Arizona State University
The Department of Speech and Hearing Science invites applicants from hearing/audiological science or related disciplines to apply for a tenure-track position starting August 2012. We are seeking candidates at the Assistant Professor rank whose areas of expertise will complement our current research strengths; who will teach relevant graduate (AuD and PhD) and undergraduate courses; who will mentor Ph.D. students; and who will participate in the service of the department, college and University. Individuals with expertise in the areas of auditory neurophysiology or auditory cognitive neuroscience are encouraged to apply. Evidence of the ability to secure extramural funding is expected. See: http://shs.clas.asu.edu/jobs for additional important application information. Letter of application, names and contact information of three references, and complete vita are to be sent via email with attachments: shsjobs@xxxxxxx (put ?Faculty Hire? in subject line), by January 6, 2012. Questions about this position should be directed to William Yost, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Speech and Hearing Science ? William.Yost@xxxxxxx. Arizona State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to excellence through diversity. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. A background check is required for employment.
As indicated we are seeking people with the ability to cover courses in the neural basis of hearing for AuD, PhD, and undergraduate students in our program. The applicant's research interest should compliment that of anyone on the current faculty. Affiliation with the School of Life Sciences at ASU is also a strong possibility.
Please contact me at wiiliam.yost@xxxxxxx if you have questions.
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