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Category Communication Disorders
Title Assistant/Associate Professor in Speech-Language Pathology
Name of School Minot State University
Location Minot, ND
Description Tenure-Track Faculty - Assistant/Associate Professor, SLP
Tenure-track position to begin Fall 2013. Requires earned doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology or related area, CCC-SLP, and eligibility for North Dakota license. Responsibilities include teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, providing academic advisement, clinical supervision, conducting scholarly activities, and engaging in university service. Candidate must be a team player and demonstrate good problem solving skills. Rank and salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Review of applications will begin immediately; please send letter of application, MSU Faculty Employment Application (employment http://www.minotstateu.edu/hr/pdf/msu_faculty_app.pdf), current curriculum vita and three letters of recommendations to Dr. Lesley Magnus, Department of Communication Disorders, Minot State University, 500 University Ave. West, Minot, North Dakota, 58707. MSU is an EOE/AA/ADA employer. This position is exempt from North Dakota veteran's preference laws.

About Minot State University.....
Located in the upper central portion of North Dakota, Minot State University's mission and vision is to become a premier university in the great, great plains. President David Fuller has stated, "Our efforts continue to focus on improving our services and raising the bar to new heights, all with the purpose of providing a second-to-none educational experience for our students and service to our region and the common good. Our outstanding faculty and staff are staying at the forefront of the changes, providing the best education and expecting the highest performances from our students. That's our No. 1 job." (Excerpt taken from the President's Report, page 1, 2008 -09.)

About the Department of Communication Disorders....
The CD Department is considered one of the leading programs on campus, having 150 undergraduate students and 50 graduate students. The department has 10 faculty members, 20 therapy rooms, audiology facilities, voice lab, stuttering lab, student computer lab, etc. Graduates of the program consistently score well above the national average on the Praxis exam.

Contact information:
Lesley C. Magnus, PhD, CCC, S-LP(C)
MSU - Memorial Hall 116
500 University Ave. West,
Minot, ND 58707
Email: lesley.magnus@minotstateu.edu
Phone: 701.858.3092
Fax: 701.858.3845
www.minotstateu.edu
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