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JOB: One-year, Music Theory, American University

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    AMERICAN UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMING ARTS ONE-YEAR TEMPORARY POSITION ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MUSIC (MUSIC THEORY) The Department of Performing Arts in
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      AMERICAN UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMING ARTS
      ONE-YEAR TEMPORARY POSITION
      ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF MUSIC (MUSIC THEORY)

      The Department of Performing Arts in the College of Arts and Sciences at
      American University invites applications for a one-year temporary faculty
      position beginning fall semester 2003 at the rank of Assistant Professor.
      Masters degree in music required; Doctorate or ABD preferred. Proven
      ability to effectively teach majors, minors, and non-majors in music, and
      proven success in the field of theory and/or composition. Responsibilities
      include: teaching undergraduate courses in music theory; general education
      courses in music; supervision of music technology lab; student advising,
      including mentoring women and minority students; and service to the
      department. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue
      until the position is filled. Please send letter of application,
      curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation that speak to teaching
      skills, and appropriate sample syllabi to: Music Theory Search Committee,
      Department of Performing Arts, American University, 4400 Massachusetts
      Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20016-8053. Department Web site:
      www.american.edu/perf_arts and Human Resources Web site:
      www.american.edu/hr/hr-fac.html. American University is an equal
      opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to a diverse faculty,
      staff, and student body. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
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