Adjunct Instructor of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences
Adjunct Instructor of Speech-Language-Hearing SciencesSchool/Division:School of Health Professions and Human ServicesOffice:Department of Speech-Language-Hearing SciencesFull-Time or Part-Time:Part-TimeAbout HofstraHofstra University is a nationally ranked and recognized private university in Hempstead, N.Y. that is the only school to ever host three consecutive presidential debates (2008, 2012 and 2016). At Hofstra, students get the best of both worlds. Our campus is a leafy oasis just a quick train ride away from New York City and all its cultural, recreational and professional opportunities. We offer small classes and personal attention, with the resources, technology and facilities of a large university. Students can choose from more than 160 undergraduate program options and 165 graduate program options in the liberal arts and sciences, education, health professions and human services, the Peter S. Kalikow School of Government, Public Policy and International Affairs, the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science, the Frank G. Zarb School of Business, the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication, the Maurice A. Deane School of Law, the Hofstra Northwell School of Graduate Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies, and the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. Hofstra University is a dynamic community of more than 11,000 students from around the world who are dedicated to civic engagement, academic excellence and becoming leaders in their communities and their careers.Description:Instructors are needed to teach undergraduate courses in Audiology and Speech-Language-Pathology beginning Spring 2021. Introductory courses in hearing science and audiology cover application of physical principles to the measurement of hearing; structure and function of the hearing mechanism; psychoacoustics; anatomy and physiology of the ear; types of hearing loss; audiometric procedures; and other concepts.
In Speech-Language Pathology, courses on multicultural aspects of communication disorders and child language disorders cover multilingualism and multiculturalism; pidgins and creoles; variation in normal and disordered communication; disruptions in phonology, morphosyntax, semantics, and pragmatics and its impact on child development; special populations; assessment and treatment of developmental language disorders; and other topics.
Qualifications:Certified Audiologists and SLPs with a PhD are preferred. Salary commensurate with experience.Application Instructions:Please send a CV and 3 reference to Joyce Hidalgo, Senior Assistant to the Chair, at [email protected]Voluntary Self-IdentificationAll applicants are invited to complete the three (3) voluntary self-identification formsDeadline:Open until filledDate Posted: 10/01/2020Posting Number: 999927