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Open Rank Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders

Department of Biobehavioral Sciences,
Teachers College, Columbia University
Open Rank Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders

The Program in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Teachers College, Columbia University, is seeking a full-time faculty member to teach graduate courses, supervise graduate student research, and conduct a focused program of research.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have an earned a doctorate in Communication Sciences and Disorders and present evidence of excellence in research accomplishments and university teaching. Area of specialization is open, but preference will be given to candidates whose research areas complement those of our current faculty’s. The candidate will be expected to demonstrate the ability to support a research program through external funding and to teach graduate courses in speech and language pathology. Clinical certification is a plus.

Responsibilities: Teach graduate courses in communication sciences and disorders, conduct and supervise research in areas of interest and expertise, advise master’s and doctoral students, and provide service to the Department and College.

Rank:  Open rank, tenure-track or tenured

Please e-mail the following to Lisa Edmonds, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, at edmonds@tc.columbia.edu, and cc Erynn Lowery at lowery@tc.columbia.edu:
1) letter of application
2) current CV
3) three representative publications
4) the names and contact information of three references
Please write “CSD search” in the subject line.

Review of applications will begin Oct. 15, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled. Appointment begins September, 2015.

Teachers College as an institution has long been committed to a policy of equal opportunity in employment. The College is committed to providing expanding employment opportunities to minorities, women and the disabled in its own activities and in society.

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