The Department of Speech and Hearing Science at Arizona State University, Tempe Campus, is expanding in the areas of hearing science and cognitive neuroscience and invites applicants with expertise in those disciplines to apply for two open-rank tenure-track or tenured faculty positions starting August, 2016.
For the first position, we are seeking candidates whose areas of expertise will complement and augment our current research strengths in psychoacoustics, cochlear implants, auditory neurophysiology and pediatrics. Applicants whose interests lie in the domain of auditory behavioral neuroscience in healthy and clinical populations are encouraged to apply.
For the second position, we are seeking candidates whose areas of expertise will complement and augment our current research strengths in neuroimaging and neuropsychology in healthy and clinical populations. Applicants whose interests lie in the domain of cognitive or computational neuroscience related to brain-based disorders of auditory perception, language, or cognition are encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities for both positions include research, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, mentoring PhD students, and participating in the service of the department, college, and University.
Interested applicants should submit the following: 1) cover letter, 2) teaching statement, 3) research statement, 4) curriculum vita, and 5) three letters of reference, along with the names and contact information of the individuals writing the letters. These materials should be sent via email to email@example.com. Please include “Faculty Hire” and expected rank in the subject line (e.g., Faculty hire – associate). For complete qualifications and application information, go to https://chs.asu.edu/faculty-employment/shs/tenure-track-faculty-open-rank. The initial deadline for applications is November 15, 2015. Applications will be reviewed weekly thereafter until the position is closed.
The Department of Speech and Hearing Science is housed in the College of Health Solutions and offers undergraduate Major and Minor degrees in Speech and Hearing Science, a Certificate for Speech-Language Pathologist Assistants, a Master’s degree in Communication Disorders for SLPs, a clinical doctoral degree in Audiology (AuD), and a PhD degree in Speech and Hearing Science. The department also administers a large undergraduate program in American Sign Language. The Phoenix area has numerous clinical and research facilities available for collaboration including Barrow Neurological Institute, Mayo Clinic and other hospital systems, and ASU research institutes. For more information please visit our website at http://chs.asu.edu/shs.
Questions about these positions and/or the application process may be directed to the Chair of the search committee, Dr. Michael Dorman at firstname.lastname@example.org or to his administrative assistant Callen Shutters (Callen.Shutters@asu.edu).