The Department of Linguistics & Communication Disorders seeks applicants for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in communication disorders for an appointment to begin
The successful candidate will teach graduate and undergraduate courses in communication disorders; conduct an active research program in area of expertise; and provide service to the department and the college.**
Earned Ph.D. in Communication Sciences and Disorders or related field with expertise in speech and language disorders.
Evidence of strong research potential
Preferred areas of concentration include language-learning disabilities and speech disorders
Prior teaching experience and/or bilingual background is a plus.
All strong candidates in the field of speech-language pathology will be considered.
The Queens College graduate program ranks in the top 25% of nationally accredited programs by U.S. News & World Report. The program is distinguished by its faculty mentorship model and its in-house clinical training center.
The Queens College undergraduate and graduate programs in communication disorders have excellent reputations for preparing students for competitive graduate programs and for employment in the profession.
**A detailed description of the position and required application materials can be found by going to cuny.jobs and entering the ID # - 21261. Click Assistant Professor – SLP and select ‘Apply Now.’
Internal Number: 21261
About Queens College - CUNY
Queens College is a senior college of the public City University of New York. The CAA accredited CSD program has a long history of innovation, scholarship and excellence, & a highly collegial faculty. The student population is one of the most linguistically and culturally diverse in the nation. The graduate program in SLP is a full-time, 2 yr. program with a mentorship, clinical-training model and an active, on-campus Speech-Language-Hearing Center for clinical research & trng. The large UG program emphasizes communication sciences and basic knowledge of communication disorders. The program has recently acquired several new faculty positions.