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  • 26 Nov 2014 1:37 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Congress on Research in Dance is pleased to announce the 2014 Award Winners. 

    Paul Scolieri won the Oscar G. Brockett Book Prize for Dance Research for his book, Dancing the New World: Aztecs, Spaniards, and the Choreography of Conquest.

    Libby Smigel of the Dance Heritage Coalition won the Dixie Durr Award for Outstanding Service to Dance Research.

    Deidre Sklar won the Outstanding Scholarly Research Award.

    Felicia McCarren won the CORD Outstanding Publication Award for her book, French Moves: The Cultural Politics of le hip hop.
  • 21 Nov 2014 2:25 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    Chapman University, a private university in beautiful Southern California, seeks an ambitious and inspiring leader to serve as the next Dean of the College of Performing Arts. The Dean will create a vibrant atmosphere of unmatched excellence in undergraduate arts education.

    Chapman University is ranked in the top tier of western universities and was recently identified by U.S. News & World Report as the number one "Up-and-Coming University" in the Western Region. It has gained national recognition with its commitment to excellence through both research and innovative teaching and it attracts high-achieving undergraduate and graduate students from all over the United States and several foreign countries. In the last two decades, Chapman has made remarkable progress growing in both size and national prominence. Today, 7,570 students are currently enrolled in nine schools and colleges that offer traditional undergraduate programs in the arts and sciences, exciting interdisciplinary programs and select pre-professional and graduate programs.

    The College of Performing Arts (CoPA) was formed in 2007, uniting the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music, Department of Dance, and Department of Theater into a comprehensive performing arts unit. The goal was to create a more highly acclaimed regional, national and international reputation for CoPA that would build upon the successes of the three individually accredited programs. Today, CoPA educates 473 undergraduate students who major in degree programs offered by CoPA. In addition, CoPA avails its classes and performance opportunities to students from across the University as evidenced by the 1,578 students who enrolled in CoPA courses in the 2013-2014 academic year. Thus, undergraduate students in CoPA and across the university are benefiting from the expertise of a world-class faculty who teach and train students and avail them to opportunities for scholarship, creativity, free expression, and real-world experiences.

    The college offers BA, BM and BFA degrees that allow students to enter into a variety of professional fields or continue their graduate studies at prestigious institutions upon graduation. CoPA is home to 35 full-time faculty, 5 Emeriti faculty, and 3 artists-in-residence who are consummate professionals dedicated to helping students achieve their dreams and aspirations and to their own professional performances, scholarship, and/or research. CoPA also includes a Production Management Department, a highly talented group of professionals, who provide support for live productions. CoPA will also soon benefit from the addition of the world-class state of the art Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Center for the Arts. The 1,100 seat facility will serve as the new home for CoPA's signature productions and will offer space for creative collaboration, teaching and practice. The Musco Center will transform the campus community as it becomes an essential space for arts and entertainment for the University, the City of Orange and the Orange County.

    The Dean of the College of Performing Arts serves as the College's leader and advocate. The Dean will be a gifted academic leader and outstanding administrator who inspires the College to grow and excel and play an even more vital role within Chapman University, in the region, and across the nation. The Dean also ensures that CoPA graduates are prepared for meaningful careers upon graduation from Chapman University. Reporting to the Chancellor, the Dean will serve as a key member of the University's senior academic leadership team. Drawing upon the talents of the faculty and existing partnerships within the University, the Dean will lead the CoPA toward greater collaboration and seek creative ways to enhance excellence. To help propel the college toward reaching these goals, the Dean will address several opportunities and challenges:

    * Unite CoPA around a common vision and purpose and a new level of national distinction;
    * Realize the promise of the Musco Center as an educational venue;
    * Develop partnerships and innovative academic programs that distinguish CoPA;
    * Champion excellence, innovation and creativity in scholarship, academics and performance;
    * Raise the visibility, reputation and external support for CoPA and Chapman University.

    Chapman University has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in this search.
    Applicants should submit three documents: a detailed cover letter of application; an updated curriculum vita or résumé; and a list of at least 6 references (including complete contact information and a description of the relationship to the applicant). Electronic submission of applications and correspondence is required. Please submit materials to: Inquiries and nominations can be submitted via the same website or sent in confidence to: Julie Filizetti and Courtney Wilk, Isaacson, Miller, 1000 Sansome Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94111.

    Chapman University is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate against qualified employees or applicants based on race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable state or federal law. Equal employment opportunity will be extended to all persons in all terms and conditions of employment.

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  • 21 Nov 2014 2:22 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    School of Theatre + Dance Job Opening
    Assistant Professor of Modern Dance and Choreography

    Position Description: Full-time, nine month, tenure accruing faculty position

    Date of Expected Hire: August 16, 2015

    Salary: $57,000 plus a full benefits package.

    Responsibilities: Include teaching all levels of Modern Technique, Dance Composition, and Repertory. Expertise is also desirable in one or more of the following areas: Improvisation, Dance Pedagogy, Jazz/Hip-Hop, Kinesiology/Somatics, Dance Media and Technology, and/or Ballet.

    Further responsibilities include direction and/or participation in the organization of annual dance concert and showcases; commitment to teaching excellence and creative collaboration; serve on school, college, and/or university committees; effective student guidance; organizational and administrative duties in dance activities; and leadership in recruitment efforts.

    Minimum Qualifications: MFA or PhD (or equivalent professional experience) with experience and currency in the field as a performer/choreographer. Two years teaching experience in higher education or professional dance setting beyond graduate school that demonstrates an outstanding record of conduct of inclusion and diversity in the arts and higher education.

    Preferred Qualifications: Vita should contain evidence of a strong and growing national and international presence in the field of performance and creative research in dance.

    Application Deadline: Applications must be submitted via the University of Florida's online application system at Online applications must include the following: (1) a detailed letter of application; (2) professional résumé or CV; (3) 10-15 minute sample of creative work(s) on web link/video sharing site; (4) statement of teaching philosophy; (5) teaching sample on web link/video sharing site; (6) three professional references with complete contact information. The Search Committee may request additional materials at a later time.

    Review of applications will begin December 1, 2014 and continue until the position is filled. To ensure full consideration, all application documents must be submitted by December 1, 2014.

    Additional materials may be sent to:

    Ric Rose, Chair, Dance Search Committee, School of Theatre and Dance

    University of Florida

    P.O. Box 115900

    Gainesville, FL 32611-5900


    Phone: (352) 273-0506

    If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call +1 (352) 392- 4621 or the Florida Relay System at +1 (800) 955-8771 (TDD).

    The University of Florida is an equal opportunity institution dedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty and staff; seeking faculty of all races, ethnicities, genders, backgrounds, experiences, perspectives and those who practice conduct of inclusion.

    The selection process will be conducted in accord with the provisions of Florida‘s Government in the Sunshine and Public Records Laws. Search committee meetings and interviews will be open to the public, and applications, resumes, and any other documents related to the search will be available for public inspection.


    The School of Theatre + Dance has an international full-time faculty of 21 people who are recognized artists and researchers in their own right, complemented by adjunct and guest faculty and staff, including full- and part-time professionals. The School offers MFA curricula in acting and in design/technology, which includes scene design, lighting design and costume technology; BFA programs in acting, musical theatre, scene design, lighting design and costume design; and a B.A. in general theatre. The School's B.F.A. degree in Dance Performance includes four interlocking streams of dance study: choreography and performance, intercultural dance studies, dance and medicine, and dance theatre. Approximately 200 students major in the artistically diverse curricula of the School of Theatre + Dance. Through its production program, outreach and innovative programming, the School of Theatre + Dance provides multiple cultural opportunities annually to thousands of members of the University and the greater community. The University of Florida is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges and is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Theatre and the National Association of Schools of Dance. For more information, visit


    The University of Florida is a comprehensive learning institution built on a land grant foundation. We are The Gator Nation, a diverse community dedicated to excellence in education and research and shaping a better future for Florida, the nation and the world. Our mission is to enable our students to lead and influence the next generation and beyond for economic, cultural and societal benefit. UF is a graduate research institution with 50,000 students and membership in the prestigious Association of American Universities. Gainesville, which is consistently ranked as one of the nation’s most livable cities, is located midway between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Together, the University and the community comprise the educational, medical and cultural center of North Central Florida, with outstanding resources such as the University of Florida Performing Arts (Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, the Baughman Center, University Auditorium), the Harn Museum of Art, the Florida Museum of Natural History and the Hippodrome State Theatre.


    The College of the Arts fosters creative activity, scholarly and artistic excellence and innovation across disciplines. We achieve the university’s mission by training professionals and educating students as artists and scholars, while developing their critical thinking and inspiring a culture of curiosity and imagination. The College offers baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degrees. Approximately 1,100 students are pursuing majors in degrees offered by the College of the Arts under the direction of 100 faculty members in its three accredited schools undefined the School of Art + Art History, School of Music, School of Theatre + Dance. In addition to its schools, the college comprises the Center for Arts and Public Policy, Center for Arts in Medicine, Center for World Arts, Digital Worlds Institute, University Galleries and the college program of the New World School of the Arts in Miami.

    Founded in 1996, UF’s Center for World Arts (CWA) advances diversity and internationalism in arts praxis, policy, research and education. Recognizing the power of the artist to voice the unique human condition, the CWA values arts processes as critical resources to shape and interpret our interconnectedundefinedbut not unifiedundefinedworld. In dialogue and exchange with artists, scholars, diverse cultural communities and interdisciplinary partners across the campus and the globe, the Center tests new paradigms of curriculum, scholarship, media, cultural exchange and entrepreneurship. The CWA has been recognized as the artistic arm of UF’s prestigious US Department of Education, Title VI National Resource Centers and the research arm of the bi-continental Africa Contemporary Arts Consortium. Through its practices, the CWA seeks to enhance the role the arts play for the responsible world citizen and to equip the UF student to imaginatively engage and contribute to an increasingly global community. For more information, visit

  • 21 Nov 2014 2:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    The Kent State University School of Theatre and Dance seeks an energetic and collaborative dance artist/educator/scholar for a full-time, 9-month, tenure-track position in Dance, and to serve as the Dance Division Coordinator beginning August 2015. The School offers a B.F.A. in modern dance Performance/Choreography, a B.A. in Dance Studies, a Dance Minor, and serves over 1000 non-majors annually. There are 6 full-time and 4-7 part-time faculty members in the Dance Division, plus administrative staff. The School of Theatre and Dance is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Dance and the National Association of Schools of Theatre.

    Applicants should hold a M.F.A., Ph.D. or Ed.D. in a dance field, have significant experience teaching dance in higher education, maintain an active research agenda in dance evidenced by a record of professional activity and demonstrate strong academic and administrative leadership skills.

    The Dance Division Coordinator 1) provides leadership in developing and fulfilling the strategic plan and artistic mission of the School; 2) represents the Division and serves as its liaison with other University administrative units; 3) recommends and schedules teaching and advising; 4) coordinates recruitment and admissions into the dance program; 5) oversees dance curriculum development within the requirements of NASD accreditation.

    Faculty duties in the dance program include:
    • Ability to teach all levels of Ballet (required)
    • Additional expertise to teach in any of the following areas: modern dance technique, dance production, dance history, dance pedagogy or dance science.
    • Shared academic and creative advising
    • Dance concert direction
    • Choreography for faculty dance concerts

    Review of applications will begin January 1, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. All applications must be completed online at: Applicants should submit 1) a letter of intent with a clear statement outlining educational and leadership philosophies as informed by current trends in dance and higher education 2) a curriculum vita; 3) a list of five references with full contact information; 4) a link to video of choreography (2 complete works and clips as desired). Please have three current (within 2 years), confidential letters of recommendation sent directly to the address below:

    Dance Search Committee
    Kent State University
    D101-E Kent Center for Performing Arts
    1325 Theatre Drive
    Kent, OH 44242-0001

    For additional Information/Inquiries contact:
    Kimberly Karpanty, Dance Search Committee Chair
    Associate Professor, Dance

    The School of Theatre and Dance offers five undergraduate degree programs (BA, BFA) and five MFA graduate programs to approximately 270 majors and 60 minors. Year-round production opportunities provide students with a quality education in our state-of-the-art facilities, including the recently completed Roe Green Center for the School of Theatre and Dance which houses more than 70,000 square feet of learning, performance, and design space. With three performance venues on site in the Center for the Performing Arts and a fourth in the outdoor summer theatre, Porthouse Theatre, students have frequent chances to display their work. The School has established an aggressive agenda for excellence in performance, production and creative and academic scholarship. The faculty place high value on mentoring individual students for success in the classroom, on stage and in the profession, a high quality of production on our stages as laboratories for learning, a commitment to diversity in our classrooms and on our stages and a commitment to positive and collegial collaboration.



  • 17 Nov 2014 9:44 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey seeks applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Dance for their Performing Arts Program beginning September 2015.   Salaries are competitive and may be higher depending upon qualifications and experience; excellent benefits.

    Teach beginning to advanced levels of contemporary and ballet techniques, and courses in the General Studies curriculum.   Teaching load: five courses, plus choreographic and production work equal to a sixth course.  Beyond ballet and modern techniques, expertise in two or more of the following areas is desirable: movement for actors, costume design and construction, jazz styles, musical theatre dance, acting, composition, contemporary partnering, anatomy/kinesiology, improvisation, dance production, grant writing, introduction to dance, dance history, teaching methods, dance criticism, and social dance.   Web design and audio-video editing skills a plus.  Duties will include choreographing for and helping produce Dance Program productions; assisting with administrative duties of the Dance Program that include concert production, student advising, and the supervision of student organizations and sponsored off-campus activities.

    MFA, Ph.D. or Ed.D is required by date of appointment, with professional and/or choreographic experience.  A successful candidate will demonstrate high artistic, academic, professional, and ethical standards; a record of successful creative and academic endeavors; a strong professional background; and a record of teaching excellence in ballet and/or one of the dance techniques that are the foundation of modern dance.  Candidates must present clear evidence of the ability and willingness to work as a collaborative colleague and to fill leadership roles in program and college activities.   The successful applicant will also be expected to engage in sustained scholarly research and/or creative work appropriate to the position.   Academic experiences with culturally diverse populations desired.

    The Dance Program functions within the liberal arts tradition at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.   Students in the Dance Program major in one of six different tracks that relate to their specific areas of interest, including performance, choreography, studio ownership, physical therapy, teaching, etc., and pursue careers in those areas.   The emphasis in the department is on encouraging students to create, perform, and think about movement in a manner that connects with their experiences in the other fine and liberal arts.

    Screening of applications begins December 1, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled.

    Address applications to Dr. Lisa Honaker, Dean of Arts and Humanities, at  Applications should include:  cover letter, CV, Link to online video of recent choreographic work, three current letters of recommendation-dated 2014 (By providing these letters you agree that we may contact your references), unofficial copies of transcripts from highest earned degree, and statement of teaching philosophy.  Submissions should be sent as a single PDF document, references and transcripts should be sent separately.  Please include the job title and Reference ID #AA350 in the subject line.

    The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is an equal opportunity institution encouraging a diverse pool of applicants, visit  Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should contact Sharon Hunt, Recruitment Manager, at 609-652-4384.

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  • 17 Nov 2014 9:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Full-time, tenure-track position beginning August, 2015

    Application Deadline: Review of applications begins December 8, 2014 and continues until position is filled.


    This is a 9-month tenure-track faculty position with an academic rank of Assistant Professor. The position requires teaching all levels of technique along with courses in the faculty member's area of research.  The faculty member will support the curriculum and mission of the program while building a strong artistic profile and/or research agenda that expands and complements the existing expertise in the department. The faculty member will also be responsible for choreographing works for faculty concerts, student mentoring, advising, coordinating student activities and shows, supporting accreditation, and developing curriculum. The faculty member must be committed to supporting ongoing recruitment efforts while fostering a diverse and collegial faculty, staff, and student environment.



    The applicant must have a terminal degree (MFA or PhD) in dance.  The applicant must have substantial experience training and educating collegiate, pre-professional or professional level dancers as well as a demonstrated ability to develop or sustain nationally recognized creative activity and/or research.  Preferred teaching qualifications include all levels of ballet and/or contemporary/modern dance technique along with the ability to teach dance history and one or more of the following: music for dancers, partnering, somatics, improvisation, composition, jazz dance, social dance, hip hop, or dances of the African diaspora.


    Application Procedures: Applicants must complete a candidate profile online via the PeopleAdmin system at In addition, applicants must submit the documents requested in order to be considered for the position.


    Application materials should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, a 3 5 minute weblink to online videos of recent choreography and/or performances, three letters of recommendation, and an unofficial graduate transcript.


    For more information, please contact the Chair of the Search Committee:

    Teal Darkenwald, Assistant Professor

    School of Theatre and Dance

    Mail Stop 553

    East Carolina University

    Greenville, NC 27858-4353

    Phone: (252) 328 - 1193

    E-mail: with the subject line Dance Faculty Search


    East Carolina University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action University and accommodates individuals with disabilities. Proper documentation of identity and employability is required at the time of employment.

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  • 17 Nov 2014 9:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Southern Utah University, Utah's designated public liberal arts and sciences university, is a comprehensive, regional graduate and undergraduate degree-granting university. Located in Cedar City, Utah, it is an accredited, state-supported institution with an enrollment of nearly 8,000 students.  Home to the Utah Shakespeare Festival and surrounded by national parks, monuments, forests and wilderness areas that draw millions of visitors annually from around the world, it is only 40 minutes from great snow skiing and year-round golfing. It is located 2 ½ hours from Las Vegas and 3 ½ hours from Salt Lake City.

    Southern Utah University invites applications for the position of Beverley Taylor Sorenson Endowed Professional Chair in Elementary Arts Education.  This is a full-time, 10-month position to begin August 16, 2015. The position has the possibility of being tenure-track or non-tenure-track, depending upon qualifications and experience.   Salary is commensurate with qualifications & experience; excellent benefits.

    Department of Elementary Education General Duties & Responsibilities: 
    1. Teach pre-service courses in arts education (your area of specialization) for elementary school classroom teaching majors (approximately 50% of load).
    2. Coordinates, designs and implements professional development opportunities for elementary school classroom teachers and arts specialists, both at the university and off campus (in-service, conferences, workshops, seminars, etc.).
    3. Work cooperatively with existing and prospective youth arts education programs within the College of Education and the College of Performing and Visual Arts to develop and coordinate arts outreach initiatives by the University to elementary school students in Utah.
    4. Serve as a liaison for the College of Education and other Colleges and arts education programs at the University.
    5. Interface with reputable local and national non-profit arts organizations in the development and implementation of arts education initiatives for elementary school students in Utah's public schools.
    6. Serve as an advocate for arts education in Utah.
    7. Work cooperatively with other University faculty members and administration in supporting arts curriculum and initiatives to promote the sequential teaching of arts in Utah's elementary schools.
    8. Coordinate with University faculty and students with a view to building and maintaining productive working relationships with Utah's school districts, public school arts programs, the Utah State Office of Education and arts organizations in Utah and elsewhere.
    9. Be productive as an artist/scholar and engage in University and community service with regard to the arts.
    10. If authorized by the University, network with other universities, colleges, state education institutions, arts organizations and interested citizens to promote the sequential teaching of the arts in Utah's elementary schools.

    Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program Responsibilities: 
    1. Collaborate with university-endowed chairs, Art Works for Kids, and USOE to oversee and implement the BTSALP program statewide.
    2. Ensure that BTSALP specialists in the Southern Utah University region receive support, mentoring and professional development.
    3. Write, oversee, and report on grants from USOE and other arts education entities for program support.

    Minimum Qualifications: 
    Doctorate preferred, masters with significant professional accomplishment or national board certification considered.  (Non-MFA master's degrees do not qualify for tenure track status but will be considered and could be hired on an extended year non-tenure track contract.)

    Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the collegiate and public/private elementary school levels.

    Specialty in at least one area of the art disciplines (Art, Music, Drama, Dance-Movement).

    A big part of this job is interaction with teachers, students, principals and superintendents in the public schools in southern Utah. This person will meet state government officials and university administration.  Therefore, excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential.

    Reputation and potential for developing prominence at the state/national level through scholarly/creative activities, professional service and leadership in state or national professional arts organizations.

    Demonstrated leadership and scholarship in arts education including research interests in developmentally appropriate practice for elementary school arts teaching and innovation in program development and implementation.

    Experience in grant writing, financial management and fiscal responsibility is fundamental.

    In accordance with Utah State Code 53A-3-410, appointment to this position is contingent upon the successful passing of a background check. 


    Applicants must apply online at (Job #1400254) or use the direct link at  and click on Apply for this posting.


    Individuals are asked to attach, electronically, the following required documents:  a cover letter, resume/CV, statement of teaching philosophy, copies of unofficial transcripts, and the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of three professional references.  First consideration of applications will begin January 5, 2015. The position is open until filled. If you have questions or problems with the application process, contact Human Resources at or 435-586-7754.   Southern Utah University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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  • 17 Nov 2014 9:36 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Assistant Professor of Dance, Meredith College, Raleigh, North Carolina beginning August 2015.  The successful candidate must  have a terminal degree in dance, teaching certification in dance education, and expertise in dance education,  research and dance technique.

    Teaching responsibilities include pedagogy,  teaching and research methods, dance technique (ballet, jazz, or non-western forms desirable), and one or more of the following areas:  dance and culture, movement science, somatic practices, arts management, improvisation, choreography or special topics.  Other responsibilities include guiding the dance education program and the private  studio teaching focus, supervising student internships in public schools and private studios, advising dance majors, and facilitating program assessment.

    Review of applications begins January 5, 2015 and continues until position is filled.  Meredith College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  A full position description and on-line application are available at

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  • 17 Nov 2014 9:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH) at Michigan State University seeks an Academic Specialist for Community and Socially Engaged Arts.  The full-time, academic year (9 mo) position is in the continuing system.

    The successful candidate will teach courses; work with faculty and community partners on new and existing socially engaged arts projects at the local, regional, national, and international levels; and collaborate with faculty on new and existing arts and civic engagement initiatives, such as contributing to the development of a possible minor in arts and activism. S/he is expected to demonstrate ongoing excellence in her/his field of creative practice or research.

    Review of applications will begin January 15, 2015 and continue until the position is filled.


    Minimum Qualifications/Requirements

    Graduate degree and at least five years experience working in the arts (visual, music, new media, performance, theatre, dance, spoken word, social practice, etc), with special attention paid to community based and socially engaged arts; terminal degree (MFA or PhD) preferred.


    Special Instructions to Applicants

    For more information or to apply, go to Click on Search Postings at left, enter 0309 in the Posting Number field, and click Search.  From there, follow prompts.  All applicants must apply using this application portal.


    All candidates should submit: letter of intent detailing career goals and interests; curriculum vitae; copies of their diplomas; a link to an online portfolio of creative work, and full names and contact information of three individuals submitting letters of reference.

    Persons with disabilities have the right to request and receive reasonable accommodation.  The University actively encourages applications of women, persons of color, veterans, and persons with disabilities.

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