Kean University
 Education of the Hearing Impaired Program
 Position Announcement

 Assistant Professor-Full Time Faculty/Tenure Track Position

 Education of the Hearing Impaired Undergraduate Program.  Teach undergraduate courses in sign language and education of hearing impaired children.  Additional responsibilities include curriculum development, including the exploration of programming for the new NJ certificate Instructor of American Sign Language, student teaching supervision, student advisement and participation in other activities necessary for the conduct of department and programmatic matters.  Involvement in research and professional activities is expected.


Starting date:
September, 2001

 Application deadline: 
Consideration of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

 Applicants should submit a letter of interest, a resume, three letters of recommendation and copies of transcripts to:
 Dr. Elaine B. Fisher, Chairperson
 Dept. of Special Education And Individualized Services
 Kean University
 1000 Morris Avenue
 Union, New Jersey 07083

 Kean University is a public institution located in an urban setting in northern New Jersey within the New York metropolitan area. Kean is committed to the recruitment and the retention of minorities, who currently represent approximately 24% of the full time students at Kean.  Cultural diversity in curricula and campus life is a major college priority.  Learning support services are offered for those students who need assistance at the start of their college experience. Programs at the Baccalaureate and Masters levels are offered through an academic structure comprising four schools: Business, Government & Technology; Education; Liberal Arts; and Natural Sciences, Nursing and Mathematics.

 Kean University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer

 Uploaded by: Kim Williams/Kent State University/Deaf Education Major