[chuck-users] Columbia University Job Announcement

Bradford Garton garton at columbia.edu
Fri Dec 8 11:11:04 EST 2006

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Columbia University
Music Department
Composition and Theory
Assistant Professor Opening

The Department of Music at Columbia University announces a full-time
non-tenured position in Music Composition and Theory, at the rank of
Assistant Professor, to begin 1 July 2007.

The successful candidate will be expected to carry out creative work,
teach music composition and theory at undergraduate and graduate levels,
and potentially teach in other areas of intellectual interest.  He or
she will also be expected to teach in the undergraduate Core Curriculum
and participate actively in the development of the Department's programs.
We seek candidates who can contribute through their composing, research,
teaching, and service to the diversity and excellence of the academic
community at Columbia.

An appropriate doctorate or the equivalent is required for this position.
Significant work as a composer and/or music theorist is the most important
qualification.  We welcome applicants with a wide range of aesthetic and
technical orientations.  A candidate's involvement in areas that would
expand the scope of compositional and theoretical research at Columbia
will be viewed as an advantage.

All continuing appointments at Columbia begin with a one-year contract,
with renewal anticipated.

Columbia University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and three letters of
recommendation to:

Brad Garton
Chair, Composition Theory Search Committee
Columbia University
Department of Music
621 Dodge Hall, MC1813
2960 Broadway
New York NY 10027 USA

Review of applications will begin January 15, 2007.

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