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Position Summary: The Division of Keyboard Studies at the University of North Texas College of Music invites applications for a faculty position in piano pedagogy at the rank of assistant/associate professor, tenure-track or tenured, beginning August 2023. Duties will include:
- Research – maintain a dynamic scholarly research program resulting in publications in peer-reviewed journals, presentations on peer-reviewed conference programs, and master classes at professionally important venues (major universities, conservatories, etc.) nationally and internationally.
- Teaching –recruit, retain and mentor an excellent cohort of graduate pianists, with pedagogy as their related field. Develop a new doctoral track in piano pedagogy. Teach undergraduate and graduate courses in pedagogy. Supervising teaching assistants and teaching fellows in group piano. Other duties as assigned by Chair of the Division of Keyboard Studies or the Dean of the College.
- Service– serve on divisional/college/university committees; work with professional service organizations (MTNA, etc.), and other duties as assigned by the Division and/or College.
Minimum Qualifications: Earned doctorate in piano pedagogy or related field. A promising record of published research/scholarship pertaining to piano pedagogy. Demonstrated excellence in college-level teaching either as a faculty member or graduate assistant.
Preferred Qualifications: An active research agenda and strong publication record. National and international awards for research. Experience in curriculum development. Experience directing doctoral dissertations. Experience in coordinating a large program in class piano.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
- Cover Letter
- Names of 3 references
- Sample Syllabi
- Statement of Research Interests
- Media File – please upload a single PDF with links to teaching videos ( class piano, pedagogy course, conference presentation)
- Article Published
- Additional Published Articles
Quick Link for Application: https://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/64449
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