Lecturer-Communication Disorders & Sciences (Child Language/Speech Sound)
The Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences is home to faculty and staff members dedicated to providing students with engaging required classes for future speech-language pathologists. We offer a 62 credit two-year master's degree program in which the graduate students have the opportunity to enroll in four elective courses, and experience three clinic semesters and two 8-10 week clinic externships in the final spring semester. The B.S. in Communication Disorders and Sciences offers three clinically oriented courses, and opportunities to enroll as a minor in several specialty areas. We are also home to the largest full-time graduate program on campus with up to 58 students and our undergraduate enrollment of up to 135 students.
Our on-campus clinic and classes within the department allow students to experience community engagement, global initiatives, and the chance to work with local 'experts' on a professional level. The Henry Youngerman Center for Communication Disorders, a full-service outpatient diagnostic and treatment center offering Speech and Audiology services, is consistently refurbished
Reporting to the Chair, the successful candidate will:
- Teach specialty in Child Language, Speech Disorders, or related pedagogical content courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels;
- Contribute to curriculum development and refinement;
- Demonstrate ability to collaborate with Faculty and Clinical Staff,
- Provide academic advisement to students;
- Participate in committees and provide service to the department, college, university, and profession;
- Be aware of, understand, and follow all university policies.
- Masters in SLP from an accredited institution;
- Expertise in child language, speech sound disorders, or related pedagogical content courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels;
- Effective interpersonal skills to work effectively, and in a collegial and professional manner, with diverse groups of students, faculty, and staff;
- Demonstrated commitment to inclusive education;
- Demonstrated commitment and ability to work with a diverse group of students, faculty, staff and constituents in support of campus and department mission;
- ABD or a Ph.D. in Speech-Language Pathology or related area from an accredited institution;
- University teaching experience;
- Experience with instructional technology;
- Certificate of Clinical Certification in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP);
- Experience with conducting research with students
- Interest in, and commitment to, community engagement
- Demonstrated commitment to the university, division, and profession.
This is a full-time, temporary 10 month, UUP represented position beginning in the fall 2021 semester.
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