Position Description: Associate Professor of Musicology. The University of Miami seeks an innovative scholar and dynamic teacher to join the faculty. Exceptional candidates from all fields of musicology That complement existing faculty strengths are invited to apply. We seek an individual with a proven record of graduate and undergraduate collegiate teaching. Especially valued are strong musicians Whose research is informed by interdisciplinary perspectives. Responsibilities: Maintain an active research profile. Teach graduate and undergraduate musicology courses as required by the department and in the candidate's field of expertise. Direct musicology research and serving on graduate committees. Assist with recruiting and service. Required Qualifications: PhD in Musicology. Demonstrated national reputation with potential to Achieve an international reputation. Minimum five years full-time graduate and undergraduate teaching.
Deadline: December 1, 2012 (or until filled)
What to Submit: Letter of application, curriculum vitae, and list of three references (with contact information). Publications will be requested at a later date.
Mailing Address: Send all applications in hard copy to: Dr. Deborah Schwartz-Kates, Chair, Musicology Search Committee, Frost School of Music, PO Box 248202, Coral Gables, FL 33124-6610. Do not apply online. miami.edu ; phone: 305-284-6911 . Email: dkates at miami.edu , phone: 305-284-6911 .
The University of Miami is a private, independent, comprehensive university with an enrollment of 15, 650 students from Approximately fifty states and over 114 countries. The main campus is located in Coral Gables, a residential suburb of Miami. The Frost School of Music has Approximately 750 majors in 31 programs leading toward BA, BM, BS, MM, MS, DMA, and Ph.D. Degrees. These programs are served by 71 full-time and 45 part-time faculty, plus 139 graduate teaching assistants.
The University of Miami offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental benefits, tuition remission, vacation, paid holidays and much more. The University of Miami is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.
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Science, Medicine, Engineering, Education, and other technical knowledge bases are essential to the creation of Jobs in the USA. These bases have been decimated by outsourcing the practical applications and routine practices that we din in the USA in the past.
When we had superior engineers, medical doctors, and scientists we would then export scientific and engineering services to foreign nations in return for their currency and gold in order to improve our balance of trade. These services have to be provided by doctors, scientists and engineers who are very much superior to any foreign educated doctors, scientists and engineers, or the foreigners will use their...
Adding stuff.....poverty rates..2005-08-16 13:30:20 by Tommys
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As doug henwood says about the censusbureaus/govt pov stats: "But you could more justifiably redefine the poverty rate higher. The current poverty line is based on 1950s research, which showed the average family spent a third of its income on food; therefore, statisticians reasoned, a poverty income was three times what they thoughtthe minimum food budget should be
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I just put this batch together I
had a chance to check them out
and won't untill Saturday at least.
If theres something that doesn't work
let me know.
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No answer? Cause whoever wrote it just made2011-10-21 20:31:02 by refix
Assumptions and then made more assumptions based on the earlier ones.
"Line workers are probably a small part of their workforce, the rest is in sales, service, administration, engineering, design and development, research."
"My guess is their shortage isn't in traditional manufacturing jobs, but in scientists and researchers, specialized fields."
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"...they may have their own educational requirements.
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