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Opportunity: Kent State University invites applications for a Assistant/Associate Professor, tenure-track – 9 months with summer responsibilities beginning Fall Semester 2016. The Hugh A. Glauser School of Music seeks a dynamic teacher and creative researcher with administrative capabilities to collaboratively lead our music education area and instrumental music education for the state, region and nation.
Primary responsibilities will include coordinating the music education area, teaching undergraduate and graduate instrumental music education courses, and coordinating field experiences/student teaching.
Duties also include coordinating teaching loads of music education faculty and overseeing curriculum. Preference for instrumental background, music technology skills, quantitative research, and wind band conducting experience. Areas of research and praxis may include cognitive research in music education, learning theories and pedagogical research, and creative musicianship. In addition, the successful candidate will advise all levels, including graduate research. Additional duties include committee service at various levels; recruitment activities; serving as the music education representative to the College of Education, Health and Human Services; grant writing; and participating in the ongoing work of the music education are and the College of the Arts.Qualifications: An earned doctorate or equivalent in music education is required. Three or more years of successful K-12 experience and additional experience with college teaching. An emerging or established track record of scholarship, including publications, conference presentations, and other appropriate activity. Especially sought are candidates possessing versatility, energy, a commitment to work with diverse populations, and who are enthusiastic about participating in ongoing curricular transformation in order to address music education issues of the twenty-first century.
Department Phone Number: 330-672-4545
Department Fax Number: 330-672-7837
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