Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Music Cognition
School of Music, Ohio State University
The School of Music at the Ohio State University is pleased to
offer a Post-doctoral Fellowship in Music Cognition.
The fellowship provides one year of support for full-time music
research, with the possibility of renewal for a second year.
Candidates may choose their own program of research, although
the successful applicant is likely to also engage in one or
more collaborative projects with OSU faculty and graduate students.
Preference is given to studies in listening, performance,
analysis, modeling, and cross-cultural phenomena. The fellowship
is designed to further a candidate's training and research
experience in music cognition and systematic approaches to music
scholarship. Candidates must have completed a doctoral degree
at the time the fellowship begins.
The Fellowship is open to any individual who has been awarded
a doctoral degree within the past seven years, and who did not
receive an MFA or doctorate from the Ohio State University.
Untenured faculty at other institutions are eligible to apply.
The salary is in the range of $40,000 per annum.
The deadline for receipt of applications is July 22, 2013.
The fellowship begins September 1, 2013.
Applications should include a covering letter and curriculum
vitae. The covering letter should include (1) a description
of the candidate's background, training, recent scholarly
interests, and career goals, and (2) a research plan that specifies
the candidate's proposed area of research.
Two confidential letters of recommendation should be sent separately.
All application materials should be sent to:
Prof. David Huron