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LINGUIST List 19.2966

Wed Oct 01 2008

Jobs: Spanish & Cog Sci, Neuroling: Asst/Assoc Prof, U of South Florida

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        1.    Margaret Ott, Spanish & Cognitive Science, Neurolinguistics: Asst/Assoc Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA

Message 1: Spanish & Cognitive Science, Neurolinguistics: Asst/Assoc Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA
Date: 30-Sep-2008
From: Margaret Ott <pottcas.usf.edu>
Subject: Spanish & Cognitive Science, Neurolinguistics: Asst/Assoc Professor, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA
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University or Organization: University of South Florida
Department: Communication Sciences and Disorders
Job Location: Florida, USA
Web Address: http://csd.usf.edu/
Job Rank: Assistant/Associate Professor

Specialty Areas: Cognitive Science; Neurolinguistics; child language and literacy

Required Language(s): Spanish (spa)


Position: Assistant/Associate Professor, Speech-Language Pathology,
Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of South Florida

Appointment: August, 2009. Full-time, 9-month tenure track faculty
appointment, contingent upon funding.

Requirements: Expertise in one of the following areas: child language and
literacy OR adult neurogenic disorders. Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and
Disorders, Psychology, Education, or other related discipline is required
by the start date.

Preferred qualifications: Eligible for CCC; interest in bilingualism,
especially Spanish-English. For consideration at the rank of Associate
Professor, the applicant must have a record of successful teaching,
scholarly productivity and evidence of a research program that could lead
to external funding. Summer teaching possible.

Responsibilities: Develop and teach graduate and undergraduate courses in
areas of specialty; advise Master's and Doctoral students. Conduct
research, seek external funding, publish in areas of interest, and provide
service to the department, college, university, and profession.

Salary: Negotiable, depending upon qualifications.

Application Process: Submit (1) letter of interest which describes research
agenda and teaching philosophy, (2) curriculum vita, (3) graduate
transcripts, (4) three letters of recommendation, and (5) sample
publications to the address provided below.

Deadline: Review of applications begins November 1, 2008. Applications will
be accepted until the position is filled.

The University of South Florida is one of the nation's top 63 public
research universities and one of 39 community- engaged, four-year public
universities as designated by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement
of Teaching.

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of
South Florida is the largest in the State of Florida. It offers a variety
of fully accredited programs for baccalaureate, master's and doctoral
degrees. The undergraduate student may major in Communication Sciences and
Disorders, American Sign Language, or Educational Interpreting. On the
graduate level, students may elect to pursue a masters degree (M.S.) in
Speech-Language Pathology, a clinical doctorate (Au.D.) in Audiology, or a
research doctorate (Ph.D.) in Speech and Language, Hearing Science, or
Neurocommunicative Science. In addition, graduate students with a research
interest may pursue collaborative doctoral studies with the departments of
Psychology or Education.

The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is located in the
new College of Behavioral and Community Sciences which focuses on
multidisciplinary collaborations and a strong research continuum. Faculty
interests represent depth and breadth in areas from basic behavioral
science to clinical and service interventions to community-partnered
participatory approaches and policy analysis, as well as implementation of
evidence-based and best practices within human service systems. The College
enrolls nearly 2,200 students and includes the Departments of Aging and
Mental Health, Child and Family Studies, Communication Sciences and
Disorders, Criminology, Mental Health Law and Policy, and Rehabilitation
and Mental Health Counseling as well as the School of Aging Studies and
School of Social Work. In addition, the College includes the Louis de la
Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, a research, knowledge dissemination,
and policy institute with a special focus on mental health and substance abuse.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Dr. Ruth Huntley Bahr
Dept. of Communication Sciences & Disorders
4202 E. Fowler Ave. PCD 1017
University of South Florida
Tampa, FL 33620
Email Address for Applications: rbahrcas.usf.edu
Contact Information:
Dr. Ruth Huntley Bahr
Email: rbahrcas.usf.edu
Phone: 813-974-3182
Fax: 813-974-0822
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