The Deaf Studies program at the University of Arizona has two openings for a part-time Professor of Practice academic appointment to teach ASL-English interpreting. Join a collaborative team in a dynamic program committed to supporting the needs of students preparing for careers as interpreters in K12 and other settings.
The successful candidates will teach two courses each semester and/or facilitate field experiences onsite in Tucson, Arizona and perform service; provide feedback and advise students; participate in outreach, program initiatives, screening/selection of students; engage with department, college, and university communities; demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching and service. We seek an individual who can use American Sign Language (ASL) and written/spoken English as instructional languages, an ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, able to guide students in the learning process toward achievement of ASL-English interpreting proficiency, experienced with technology, and able to modify curriculum for online or in-person teaching.
We are advertising this position widely, including to the ASL interpreting and Deaf communities. We’d like your support in sharing this opportunity with others to ensure this position reaches the most qualified candidates possible. This career-track appointment is not eligible for tenure. This position will begin Fall semester 2022. Applications will be reviewed starting June 13, 2022 and will be accepted until the position is filled.
See more about the position, or apply, here: https://arizona.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/9795?c=arizona