Graduate Assistantships

Graduate Teaching Assistantships at University of New Mexico

  • 1.  Graduate Teaching Assistantships at University of New Mexico

    Posted 12-22-2014 14:41
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    I would like to announce that the University of New Mexico has two graduate teaching assistantships in percussion available for Fall 2015.


    Assistantship No. 1 - Concert Percussion

    • Teach/assist with the music education percussion methods course
    • Teach undergraduate music major, minor, and non-major applied lessons
    • Assist with percussion ensemble and studio logistics

     Assistantship No. 2 - Marching Percussion

    • Teach/assist with the Spirit Marching Band Drumline
    • Assist with percussion ensemble and studio logistics during spring semester
    • Teach undergraduate music major, minor, and non-major applied lessons during spring semester

     

    Qualifications

    • Bachelors degree in music performance, music education, or equivalent, with an emphasis in percussion
    • On campus audition is preferred, but audio/video auditions will be accepted
    • Acceptance into the University of New Mexico Graduate School and Department of Music

     

    Stipend

    These assistantships are two-year (four-semester) assistantships, with a total workload of 10 hours per week. The stipend is approximately $6300 per academic year, in addition to a waiver of tuition for up to 6 credits per semester. Any additional hours can be taken at the resident tuition rate.

    UNM Music and Percussion Studio

    For information about the Department of Music and percussion studio go to:

    • music.unm.edu
    • Facebook - University of New Mexico Percussion Studio

     

    Application Information

    All materials, including the Graduate Financial Application Form, the online application form, fee and all supplemental application materials, are due by February 1. In addition, applicants for percussion assistantships should submit to the Graduate Coordinator a current resume, including a list of solo and chamber ensemble works performed, and a letter of interest indicating the particular assistantship the student is seeking.

    Contact: Scott Ney, Director of Percussion; University of New Mexico; Department of Music; College of Fine Arts; 1 University of New Mexico; Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001.  LSNey@unm.edu; (505) 277-2324.

    Graduate Coordinator: Colleen Sheinberg,University of New Mexico; Department of Music; College of Fine Arts; 1 University of New Mexico; Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001.  colleens@unm.edu; (505) 277-8401.

     

     
    Website for Scott Ney

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    Scott Ney
    NM Chapter President
    Associate Professor of Music
    Director of Percussion
    University of New Mexico
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