SPEECH PATHOLOGY & PHONOLOGY
University of Nevada School of Medicine
A tenure-track faculty position is available in the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, University of Nevada Reno. Duties include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses; providing clinical services and supervising graduate student clinicians; student advisement; developing and conducting a program of research including supervision of student research; and providing service to the University, community and the profession.
Our program is housed within the School of Medicine and offers undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees in Speech Pathology. It is the only accredited program in the State of Nevada. The University of Nevada is a Carnegie Comprehensive Doctoral Research Institution.
Northern Nevada offers great natural beauty, with Lake Tahoe a short drive away, the Truckee River offering kayaking and fishing, and our beautiful mountainous high desert environment. Reno also has wonderful cultural activities, including our own symphony, chamber orchestra, opera, and rich community theater offerings. The State of Nevada has no state income tax.
To apply, please visit https://www.unrsearch.com/postings/14515
Our mission at the University of Nevada School of Medicine is to improve the health and well-being of all Nevadans and their communities through: excellence in medical student education and postgraduate training that produces national leaders in medicine, excellence in clinical care of the highest quality, safety and innovation, excellence in biomedical and behavioral research with local, national and global impact and demonstrated commitment to an institutional culture of respect, compassion and diversity.
The University of Nevada School of Medicine recognizes that diversity promotes excellence in education, research and health care. Our school is an inclusive and engaged community and recognizes the added value that students, faculty and staff from different backgrounds bring to the educational experience. We strive to develop culturally competent graduates to care for the residents of Nevada and the nation.
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