Department of Communication Science and Disorders School of Health Professions University of Missouri Assistant Professor Speech-Language Pathology
The Department of Communication Science & Disorders in the School of Health Professions at University of Missouri, invites applications for a 12-month, tenure-track appointment beginning Fall Semester 2017. Specialization in child language disorders is desirable, but all areas will be given full consideration. Candidates must have a demonstrated ability to conduct an independent research program and to secure grant funding. CCC-SLP preferred. Responsibilities include graduate and undergraduate teaching (BHS, MHS, PhD levels), programmatic research, and research mentorship.
The University of Missouri is an AAU, Carnegie RU/VH Research University. Our faculty have access to a range of research centers and institutes, including the University's Child Development Lab (http://cdl.missouri.edu/), Brain Imaging Center (http://bic.missouri.edu/), Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (https://thompsoncenter.missouri.edu/), School of Medicine's Stroke Registry (http://medicine.missouri.edu/pmr/stroke-registry.html), and Center for English Language Learning (https://cellmu.missouri.edu/).
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