Lecturer, Deaf Studies
Department of Audiology, Speech Language pathology & Deaf Studies
College of Health Professions
Towson University is inviting applications for a one-semester, visiting faculty position beginning Janaury 23, 2013. Responsibilities include undergraduate instruction, academic advising, and university and community service. Applicants with previous college experience teaching American Sign Language 1 to 5 will be given priority. Required: Proficiency
in ASL, Master’s Degree in Deaf studies, teaching experience in American Sign Language. Preferred: Teaching experience
in Second Language-Learning, Linguistics, or related field; certification from the American sign Language Teachers Association. Candidates without ASLTA certification are required to earn certification within 3 years of hire. Salary is commensurate with degree and experience.
The Department of Audiology, Speech Language Pathology and Deaf Studies has 21 full-time faculty and over 350 undergraduate majors
across two baccalaureate degree programs: Deaf studies, and speech Language Pathology and Audiology. The Deaf studies program offers
majors in Deaf studies, and combined degree programs with Elementary Education, and Speech Language pathology and Audiology. The
department's graduate programs enroll over 95 students in the master’s degree program in speech language pathology, and 40 students
in the Audiology clinical doctorate program.
Founded in 1866, Towson University is recognized by U.S. News & World Report's top public universities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
regions. Towson is nationally recognized for its programs in the liberal arts and sciences, business, education, communications, health
sciences, and the fine and performing arts. The university places a strong emphasis on service learning and civic engagement through such
activities as internships, practica, clinical placements, course assignments and student events. As the Baltimore area's largest university
and Maryland's Metropolitan University, Towson articulates its research and scholarship mission through partnerships that link the University
to the economic, educational and cultural life of the state of Maryland and the mid-Atlantic region. Towson enrolls more than 21,000 undergraduate
and graduate students in more than 100 undergraduate majors, master’s programs and doctoral programs. Located on a rolling 328 acres, the striking
campus is eight miles north of downtown Baltimore and 45 miles from Washington, D.C. The campus and its surrounding cities provide an excellent environment
for teaching and supporting the academic pursuits of the 830 full-time faculty who work here.
Please send a letter of application, current vita, three current professional reference letters, American
Sign Language Proficiency Scores, and relevant supporting materials to:
Sheryl Cooper, Ph.D.
Chair of DFST Search Committee
Department of Audiology, Speech Language Pathology and Deaf Studies
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Questions should be directed to Dr. Sheryl Cooper at 410 704-2436 (voice/TTY), 443-377-3438 (VP), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Review will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Upon submitting your Curriculum Vitae to indicate that you are an applicant for this position, please be sure to visit http://www.towson.edu/odeo/applicantdata.asp to complete a voluntary online applicant data form. The information you provide will inform the university’s affirmative action plan and is for statistical purposes only and shall not be used to illegally discriminate for
or against anyone.
Towson University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and has a strong institutional commitment to diversity. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.