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Assitant/Associate Professor in Deaf and Hard of Hearing Education
Illinois State University
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Posted: 05-Nov-21

Location: Normal, Illinois

Type: Contract

Preferred Education: Doctorate



Internal Number: 512447

About Illinois State University
The Department of Special Education at Illinois State University in Normal, IL invites applications for one tenure-track position to be filled at the rank of Assistant/Associate Professor in the area of Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH). Our DHH program is among the largest undergraduate programs in the country and has a comprehensive philosophy. Illinois State University is a large public university with state and national recognition and was reported by College Factual as the #1 special education teacher preparation program in the nation. In addition to licensure in DHH, we offer an undergraduate program leading to licensure in learning and behavior specialist (LBS) and low vision/blindness (LVB). Our department also offers Master's and Doctoral programs in special education. The Department seeks a balanced professional life where contributions in teaching, research, and service are valued.
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