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Jobs: Speech Production: Asst Prof at U of S Florida

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  1. Jane Scheuerle, Ed.D., Speech Production: Asst Prof at U of South Florida, USA

Message 1: Speech Production: Asst Prof at U of South Florida, USA

Date: 10 Nov 2000 21:01:21 -0000
From: Jane Scheuerle, Ed.D. <jscheuerchuma1.cas.usf.edu>
Subject: Speech Production: Asst Prof at U of South Florida, USA


Rank of Job: Assistant Professor
Areas Required: speech production (neuromotor, fluency, voice)
Other Desired Areas: speech production, deafness (language learning
and/or literacy), developmental disabilities
University or Organization: University of South Florida
Department: Communication Sciences & Disorders
State or Province: Florida
Country: USA
Final Date of Application: January 31, 2001
Contact: Jane Scheuerle, Ed.D. jscheuerchuma1.cas.usf.edu

Address for Applications:
University of South Florida, 
Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, 
4202 East Fowler Ave. BEH 255
Tampa
FL 33620-8150
USA

Two Assistant Professor Positions, University of South Florida, 
Tampa, Florida. 

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders invites
applicants for two new tenure track 9 month positions, beginning
August, 2001, contingent upon funding.

Minimum qualifications include an earned doctorate in communication
sciences/disorders or a related discipline conferred by August 1, 2001
in order to be appointed as an Assistant Professor. Preferred
qualifications include:

(1) expertise in one or more of the following: (a) deafness (e.g.,
language, learning, literacy), (b) developmental disabilities (e.g.,
0-3, medically fragile, autistic, mentally handicapped) or (c) speech
production (e.g., neuromotor, fluency, voice);
(2) CCC-SLP and Florida license eligibility or Florida Teaching
Certification in Hearing Impaired eligibility;
(3) evidence of the potential for research productivity. 

The successful candidate should demonstrate a potential to establish 
an independent research program capable of attracting external 
support. Responsibilities include conducting research, teaching 
undergraduate and graduate courses, mentoring masters and doctoral 
students, and participating in departmental and university activities. 
Salary is negotiable depending upon qualifications and experience. 

As the largest Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 
the State of Florida (http://www.cas.usf.edu/csd), the Department offers 
B.A., M.S., Au.D., and Ph.D. degrees as well as interdisciplinary 
degrees with the Departments of Psychology and Special Education. 
The Department maintains a full service community clinic which 
offers a full range of speech, language, and hearing services. 
Graduate students are provided opportunities to study in selected 
settings among more than 200 affiliated practice sites. 

USF is a Carnegie Foundation Doctoral/Research Extensive University, 
the second largest recipient of extramural funding in the state 
university system, and one of Florida's three designated Research I 
universities. Founded in 1956, USF is now the largest metropolitan 
university in the Southeastern United States, serving 36,000 students 
in 10 colleges on four campuses. USF offers degree programs in 79 
undergraduate disciplines, 89 master's and specialists programs, and 
26 doctoral programs, including the M.D. The faculty numbers more 
than 2,000.
 
Applications must be received by January 31, 2001. Send application 
letter, CV, selected publication reprints, and three letters of 
reference to: Jane Scheuerle, Ed.D., University of South Florida, 
Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders, 
4202 East Fowler Ave. BEH 255, Tampa, FL 33620-8150, 
Phone 813-974-9822; Fax 813-974-0822 
(e-mail: jscheuerchuma1.cas.usf.edu). 

The University of South Florida is an AA/EO/EA institution. According
to Florida law, applications and meetings regarding them are open to
the public. For disabilities accommodation please call Peggy Ott
at 813-974-9780.
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