Overview

The Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology at Indiana State University announces a tenure-track assistant professor position beginning Fall 2018. Qualifications include: 1) doctoral coursework or doctorate in Speech-Language Pathology, Linguistics, Language or Speech Science, or equivalent with interests in any of the following: articulation and phonological disorders, augmentative/alternative communication [AAC] or assistive technology, child language, school-based service delivery, fluency, hearing impairment, neurogenic disorders, 2) evidence of promise in teaching and supervision, 3) evidence of research interests and abilities, 4) an interest in pursuing external funding. In addition, eligibility for Indiana SLP licensure and ASHA CCCSLP is desired but not required. International candidates requiring visa assistance are welcome to apply.

The Communication Disorders (CD) programs are located in the Bayh College of Education at Indiana State University (ISU) in the Department of Communication Disorders and Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology and currently enroll approximately 130undergraduate students and 44 graduate students. The undergraduate and graduate programs are characterized by its focus on community engagement and experiential learning opportunities by providing in-house clinical practicum. The CD programs are currently composed of three full-time tenure-track positions, two full-time instructors, and several part-time clinical supervisors.

The Bayh College of Education offers degree programs from the bachelor through doctoral levels for school and non-school settings. The College is composed of four academic departments and a number of specialized centers/clinics/programs including the Blumberg Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Special Education, the Norma and William Grosjean Clinic at University Hall that houses the Counseling Clinic, the Porter School Psychology Center, and the Rowe Center for Communicative Disorders. The program is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The college includes additional accredited or approved academic and licensure programs for teachers, counselors, speech/language pathologists, media specialists, school and higher education leaders, and counseling, educational, and school psychologists.

Indiana State University is a public, coeducational university with an enrollment of around 12,448 undergraduate and graduate students. ISU has been ranked as one of the Best in the Midwest by the Princeton Review. In 2016, ISU ranked #1 nationally for community service (Washington Monthly College Guide).

Review of applications will begin immediately and the position will remain open until on-campus interviews have been scheduled. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply; ISU is dedicated to building a culturally diverse faculty and staff committed to teaching and working in a multicultural environment.

Applicants should complete the online application and submit the following materials at: http://jobs.indstate.edu/postings/20117

1) a letter of application that addresses relevant experiences, as well as teaching and research interests,

2) a curriculum vita,

3) a list of at least three references and their contact information

4) copies of all relevant academic transcripts,

5) samples of research/scholarship (if available), and

6) samples of teaching evaluations (if available).

Please direct questions to Vicki Hammen, Ph.D., Communication Disorders Search Committee Chair, at (812) 237-2805 or Vicki.Hammen@indstate.edu