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Audiology Faculty Position, Louisiana State University, New Orleans

Jeffrey G. Sirianni audioman at hctc.net
Wed Mar 8 13:31:29 EST 2000

>Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 15:58:46 -0500
>From: cmoreh at lsumc.edu (Morehouse, Charles, Robin)
>Subject: Audiology Faculty Position, Louisiana State University, New Orleans
>Join 13 other faculty in a stimulating work environment which has 
>up-to-date equipment and excellent clinical facilities in an exciting 
>city. Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, Dept. of 
>Communication Disorders in New Orleans, LA is accepting applications for a 
>12 month, tenure track assistant/associate professor position available 
>August, 2000.  Duties include research, teaching and supervising Master's 
>level students in an in-house clinic.  Salary is commensurate with 
>qualifications, experience and rank.  The Department of Communication 
>Disorders in the School of Allied Health Professions is closely affiliated 
>with Kresge Hearing Research Laboratory of the South.  Applicants must 
>have an earned doctoral degree in Audiology, CCC-A, and a commitment to 
>excellence in teaching, service and ongoing scholarship.  Applicants must 
>be eligible for Louisiana licensure, including hearing aid 
>dispensing.  Applicants should be interested in participating in the 
>development of a professional doctoral program (AuD).  Preferred area of 
>expertise is in advanced Audiology techniques, including evoked 
>potentials, vestibular assessment and otoacoustic emissions..  Deadline 
>for applications is May 1, 2000.  The search will continue until the 
>position is filled.
>Send letter of interest, curriculum vitae and three letters of 
>recommendation to: Robin Morehouse, Associate Professor, Dept. of 
>Communication Disorders, 1900 Gravier St., New Orleans, LA 70112. Email 
>address:  cmoreh at lsumc.edu;  phone:  504 568-4344
>The department is accredited by PSB and CAA.  LSU is an Equal 
>Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the 
>basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, 
>marital status, age, or disability.


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