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Tenure Track Position in Studio Practice & Dance Composition

Posted by School of Dance at FSU ; Posted on 
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Tenure Track Position in Studio Practice & Dance Composition



The Florida State University School of Dance seeks to hire one Assistant Professor of Dance to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in all levels of classical and/or contemporary technique as well as the ability to teach dance composition. Additional teaching responsibilities in one or more of the following content areas is desired: improvisation, contact improvisation, somatic practices, partnering, pointe, pedagogy, dance studies, directing, dance photography and/or dramaturgy.

The new faculty member will share responsibilities for student mentoring and advising, and professional service at the departmental, college and university levels and contributing to a collegial approach which facilitates creative and critical learning environments. Encouraging fluidity across the domains involved in dance as art is a priority in our program. Our new colleague will be expected to maintain a consistent agenda of research and/or creative activity and engage in ongoing professional development in their area of expertise that leads to recognition within the dance field. The ideal candidate will have a terminal degree or professional equivalence in a related field of expertise. MFA and/or PhD. Salary and rank will be commensurate with experience.


Job ID: 41165
Assistant Professor, Studio Practice & Dance Composition

Include a letter stating your interest highlighting your qualifications specific to the position description. You will be asked to upload a current curriculum vitae and contact information for four professional references. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Submit by Feb. 17, 2017. Short-listed candidates will be asked to submit additional material which may include statement of research and work samples.

School of Dance Announces Position in Studio Practice & Dance Composition


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