Prokasy Professor of Trumpet
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Hugh Hodgson School of Music - University of Georgia

Prokasy Professor of Trumpet, Tenure-Track


RANK Prokasy Professor of Trumpet, tenure track, full professor

QUALIFICATIONS Doctorate or professional equivalent in trumpet; artist-teacher of trumpet with outstanding national reputation; advanced knowledge of brass literature; the vision, artistry, energy, and skills to oversee a nationally recognized studio in trumpet

RESPONSIBILITIES Artist-teacher of trumpet, responsible for recruitment and instruction of students from undergraduate through doctoral levels.Coach chamber music and brass ensembles. Teach courses in literature and pedagogy. Advise students. Productive career as a research/creative scholar and performer. Other duties as assigned.

The William F. and Pamela P. Prokasy Professor in the Arts is one of the most prestigious endowed chairs in the arts at the University of Georgia. The position carries a research stipend and graduate TA support. The position will be considered for tenure and graduate faculty status upon appointment.

TO APPLY Applications will be reviewed beginning December 21, 2012 and until the position is filled. Cover letter, vita, three letters of reference, and brief descriptions of media materials (see below) should be uploaded as PDF at . Also submit audio or video recordings of recent programs. Preferred media submission is as “private” YouTube videos/recordings with a viewing invitation to . Hard copies of DVDs or CDs can also be mailed to Edith Hollander, Hodgson School of Music, 250 River Road, Athens, GA 30602. Official transcripts of your last degree should also be sent to Edith Hollander by mail or email ( .) For questions regarding the application process please email David Starkweather at .

The University of Georgia ( ) is a land grant/sea institution located 90 miles northeast of Atlanta ( ). The University, with over 34,000 students and 2,900 faculty members, is one of the four major units of the Georgia System of Higher Education and offers programs of study at the doctoral level in most fields. Georgia is well known for its quality of life both outdoors and for urban activities ( ).

The Hugh Hodgson School of Music is home to 550 students and a faculty of 65. The Hodgson School is part of the Performing and Visual Arts Complex that includes the five-story music building and the Performing Arts Center. Undergraduate programs include the Bachelor of Arts degree and the Bachelor of Music degree with majors in composition, music education, music therapy, theory, and performance. Graduate offerings include the Master of Arts, Master of Music, Master of Music Education, Education Specialist, Doctor of Education, Doctor of Musical Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees, with majors in performance, conducting, music composition, musicology/ethnomusicology, and music education.

The Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, its many units, and the University of Georgia are committed to increasing the diversity of its faculty and students, and sustaining a work and learning environment that is inclusive. Women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. UGA is an EEO/AA/ADA institution.

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CIP Discipline Code: Brass Instruments Degree Levels: Doctorate Masters Position Type: Faculty
Required Qualifications Special Requirements: Doctorate or professional equivalent in trumpet

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