The responsibilities associated with this tenure-track faculty position include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses, supervising students in clinical practicum placements, engaging in research and scholarship activities; engaging in service to the department, university and profession; and promoting and supporting the university’s commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusivity among the campus community. All areas of expertise will be considered; preferred areas are speech science, voice disorders and/or motor speech disorders. Some travel is expected when work load assignments included serving as a liaison for students registered for off-campus practicum and/or the externship.
Required by date of appointment
- Doctoral degree (e.g., PHD, EdD, or SLPD) with emphasis in speech-language pathology. ABD will be considered at instructor level with conferral of doctoral degree required for retention after the first year
- Eligible for Wisconsin state licensure in speech-language pathology
- Expertise in speech science, voice disorders, and/or motor speech disorders
- Teaching experience
- Clinical supervision experience
Additional Salary Information: This is a tenure-track, 9-month faculty position with the possibility of an additional summer contract.
Internal Number: 13578
About UW-Stevens Point
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP) School of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers an undergraduate degree, a Master of Science (M.S) degree with specialization in speech and language pathology, and a Clinical Doctorate of Audiology (as a part of consortium with UW Madison). The master’s degree and clinical doctorate program at UW-Stevens Point are accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Associate (ASHA).