The Department of Communication Disorders at Maryville University (St. Louis) has two openings at the Assistant/Associate Professor levels. The first opening requires a specialty in child language, while the second position requires expertise in neurogenics/augmentative-alternative communication (AAC) systems. Responsibilities include teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels, providing clinical supervision, and mentoring students in research projects. These positions will begin Fall, 2018. The department is housed in a brand new state-of-the-art facility and is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA). The department will be accepting its third class of graduate students in the fall semester to complement an increasing number of undergraduate students. Candidates need to possess the CCC-SLP and qualify for a Missouri SLP license. Candidates must be committed to fostering a culturally diverse atmosphere for faculty, staff and students.
Candidates must hold either a PhD or EdD in speech-language pathology or related field (ABD applicants will be considered)
Eligible for Missouri licensure
Expertise in the following areas will be preferred (but other areas will be considered): child language disorders, articulation and phonology, neurogenics, AAC, and fluency.
Internal Number: 2018
About Maryville University
Founded in 1872, Maryville University is a comprehensive and nationally ranked private institution with over 6,800 students. We offer more than 90 degrees at the undergraduate, masters and doctoral levels to students from 50 states and 55 countries.
Maryville University is one of the fastest-growing private universities in the Midwest, and offers an innovative liberal arts education combined with real-world experience. Our leading academic and professional programs are offered through the College of Arts and Sciences, The Walker College of Health Professions, The School of Education and The John E. Simon School of Business.
The AMERICAN SPEECH-LANGUAGE-HEARING ASSOCIATION (ASHA) is the national professional, scientific, and credentialing association for members and affiliates who are audiologists, speech-language pathologists, speech, language, and hearing scientists, audiology and speech-language pathology support personnel, and students