The School of Music at UNC Greensboro welcomes applications for a Visiting Assistant Professor in Music Education position beginning Fall 2021. We seek to diversify our music education faculty by inviting applications from committed teacher-scholars who are actively engaged in advancing equity and inclusion in their teaching. The position includes teaching undergraduate music education courses in brass or percussion instruments, marching band, and/or student teaching supervision. Additionally, graduate courses may be assigned based on the applicant’s areas of expertise.
This is a nine-month appointment payable over twelve months, and the appointment is for one year with the possibility of a one-year renewal.
ABD in PhD in Music Education (or equivalent PhD) by August 1, 2021; experience teaching K-12 instrumental music and teaching music education courses at the college/university level; and commitment to implementing the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion in all areas of one’s practice.
PhD in Music Education (or equivalent PhD) by August 1, 2021; experience teaching graduate music education courses in areas of expertise. We seek colleagues with teaching experience who can enrich our course offerings and collaborate on a changing undergraduate curriculum. We expect successful candidates to articulate how systems of inequity have shaped both their discipline in particular and university environments in general, as well as their vision for equitable transformation of these institutions.
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