LINGUIST List 11.2331

Sat Oct 28 2000

Jobs: Communication Disorders/Asst. Prof/Ohio, USA

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  1. Marios Fourakis, Research in cochlear implants, aural rehabilitation, phonological disorders or child neurogenics: Assistant Professor, tenure track at The Ohio State University, Ohio United States of America

Message 1: Research in cochlear implants, aural rehabilitation, phonological disorders or child neurogenics: Assistant Professor, tenure track at The Ohio State University, Ohio United States of America

Date: 25 Oct 2000 14:30:35 -0000
From: Marios Fourakis <fourakis.1osu.edu>
Subject: Research in cochlear implants, aural rehabilitation, phonological disorders or child neurogenics: Assistant Professor, tenure track at The Ohio State University, Ohio United States of America


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor, tenure track
Areas Required: Research in cochlear implants, aural rehabilitation,
phonological disorders or child neurogenics
Other Desired Areas: Teaching, advising grad students, participate in
related scholarly activities.
University or Organization: The Ohio State University
Department: Speech and Hearing Science
State or Province: Ohio
Country: United States of America
Final Date of Application: 11/30/2000 Position open until filled.
Contact: Marios Fourakis fourakis.1osu.edu

Address for Applications:
1070 CARMACK RD RM 110
COLUMBUS
OH 43210-1002
US

Qualifications: Completed doctorate in Speech and Hearing
Science/Communications Disorders or related field and potential for
excellence in research and teaching. The successful applicant must have
expertise in one of the areas listed above. 
Academic year (9 month) contract. 
Salary: Negotiable and competitive. 
Benefits: The University offers an excellent package which allows for
flexibility in selecting health, dental and vision-care, life insurance,
and retirement benefits.
Facilities: The Department is housed in a well-equipped, 30,000 sq ft
facility containing our research and clinic space, including individual
faculty laboratories. We are walking distance from a world class
Medical campus. The Department enjoys close working relationships with
other departments in the Colleges of the Ars and Sciences, Engineering
and Medicine. Faculty members may also participate in University-wide
graduate research programs such as the neuroscience Graduate Program and
the Cognitive Science Center. Extra-university relationships exist with
a variety of other institutions such as the Cleveland Clinic, the
Veterans Adminsitration, and the Aerospace Medical Research Laboratories
at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
Employer. Women, minorities, Veitnam-era veterans, disabled veterans
and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
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