Teach undergraduate & graduate courses in Communication Sciences and Disorders Program.
A typical faculty workload responsibility may include up to twenty four (24) credits of instruction per academic year.
The successful candidate may need to teach in other areas as assigned and qualified.
May be expected to develop and deliver face-to-face, hybrid, and on-line instruction at the Mankato campus, online, and/or at the university’s additional locations, as assigned.
The successful candidate will collaborate with colleagues in curriculum design, instruction and evaluation, conduct research productively and mentor students in research, help create innovative strategies for student recruitment, retention, and completion, and may be expected to develop external grant funding opportunities.
All faculty members are expected to engage in scholarly or creative activity or research, in continuing preparation and study, in contributing to student growth and development, and in providing service to the university and community (See Article 22 and Appendix G of the IFO Master Agreement)
This position will advise undergraduate majors.
This position will supervise/advise graduate students.
The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching undergraduate courses in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching graduate courses in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Doctorate or terminal degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders or a related area. (If ABD, degree must be conferred on an official transcript and received in Human Resources by August 22, 2022).
Master’s degree and/or relevant experience in Communication Sciences and Disorders (Degree must be conferred on an official transcript by date of appointment).
Hold American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) or eligible at initiation of employment.
Hold Minnesota Department of Health Speech-Language Pathology License or eligible.
Demonstrated commitment to fostering a diverse working and learning environment.
Demonstrated effective written, oral communication and/or presentation skills.
Demonstrated expertise in cultural humility, competence, diversity, equity and inclusion as well as specific areas of interest including disorders or populations in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Experience in teaching college-level classes or related teaching experience and mentorship.
Have CCC for 9 months or longer.
Demonstrated preparation to teach, advise, and support a wide variety of students.
Demonstrated training and experience appropriate to teach applied courses at the graduate level.
Demonstrated excellence in teaching college or university-level classes.
Demonstrated ability to teach the courses listed below, along with additional courses depending on the department’s needs. With special emphasis for diversity, equity, inclusion and cultural humility in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Experience with underrepresented racial, ethnic, linguistic background, in order to facilitate mentorship and programming that most appropriately represents the diversity of the field of communication.
Willingness to incorporate technology in the classroom and/or course delivery.
Commitment to active learning and to developing innovative ways to support learning.
Experience with advising and mentoring graduate and undergraduate students and recruiting and mentoring underserved racial, ethnic, linguistic, ability, gender/sexually diverse students.
Demonstrated ability to work with faculty and staff in a collegial and cooperative manner.
Demonstrated willingness to work individually and collaboratively as a member of a team.
Willingness to develop partnerships and collaborate with internal and external partners to facilitate experiential learning and research opportunities.
Demonstrated commitment to continued professional development.
Demonstrate potential for research, creativity or scholarly activity.
Have or potential to involve undergraduate and/or graduate students in research or creative activity.
Evidence of scholarly activity, including publications and/or professional presentations.
Willingness to supervise students in clinical experiences.
Work safely at all times, which includes but is not limited to, participating and completing all required safety trainings, as well as performing all job tasks in accordance with Minnesota State University, Mankato policies and procedures utilizing appropriate tools, equipment and personal protective equipment.
Mankato is a city located one hour southwest of Minneapolis-St. Paul. This position is a full-time, nine-month appointment with potential for summer and extended campus appointments.
Founded as a Normal School in 1868, Minnesota State University, Mankato is a regional comprehensive university with a tradition of combining big-ideas with real-working thinking to find solutions for pressing problems in the state, region, and global society. Mankato, Minnesota, is a community of nearly 53,000 people, about 85 miles southwest of the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Serving ~18,000 students annually, the University is an applied research institution, with >200 academic programs, from bachelor's through doctoral degrees. The University is a diverse and global campus with 18+% students of color and 1,300+ international students from 95 countries, cutting-edge information technology solutions, 3 additional locations, and extensive partnerships. With ~1,700 faculty and staff, the University has an annual budget of $216 million, and generates $781.5 million in economic impact per year. Minnesota State University, Mankato is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges & Universities. Noteworthy facts include: specialized accreditation, certification, or recognition, by more than 24 accrediting bodies; designation as a Non-Land Grant College of Agriculture, by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) in 2015; selection among the top 10% of American Association of State Colleges & Universities (AASCU) institutions for the Re-imagining the First Year of College (RFY) position project; and an Intercollegiate Athletics program that has ranked in the top 5 nationally within the Learfeld Sports Directors’ Cup standings for 7 of the last 10 years.
We seek to attract teaching and research-active, culturally and academically diverse faculty members, with a demonstrated commitment to creating an inclusive learning and working environment. Minnesota State University, Mankato, is student-centered and focuses on applied research that expands knowledge; improves learning; and serves the region, state, and nation. Additional information on Minnesota State University, Mankato can be found at: www.mnsu.edu
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Minnesota State University, Mankato is where tireless thought and innovative research bring real solutions to real needs. The University's environment of big ideas coupled with real-world thinking equip Minnesota State Mankato students to go well beyond expectations and into exciting, rewarding futures.A growing international reputation for breakthrough research distinguishes the University, as does the unique quality of life that marks the proud community of greater Mankato.