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    The University of Texas at Arlington Percussion Programs Announces a Graduate Teaching Assistantship beginning August 2017.
    See the listing below.   For more information contact Dr. Michael Varner,  Director.      Mvarner@uta.edu


    THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ARLINGTON

    Announces an opening for

    Graduate Fellowship in Percussion

    for 2017-2018



    Responsibilities:

    Serve as a teaching assistant in the Department of Music with duties assigned by the Chair. Responsibilities may include: performance in major ensembles, assisting with classroom instruction or conducting of ensembles, assisting with administrative duties of the department.

     

    Stipend:

    Tuition waiver for up to 10 hours per semester during the 9-month academic year (September-May).

     

     

    Benefits:

    A benefits package that includes medical, life, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance can be purchased for a fee. At the present time, half of the cost of these benefits is paid by the state; coverage begins 90 days after the first day of employment. Optional vision and dental insurance is available for a small fee.

     

    Renewal:

    Renewable for up to two years based on an annual review of the graduate student's academic performance, performance of assigned duties, needs of the department, and available funds.

     

    Application Deadline:

    Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Assistantships are contingent upon prior acceptance to The Graduate School, but we will consider your application while admission is pending.

     

    Date of Appointment:

    August, 2017

     

    The Department of Music:

    The University of Texas Arlington Department of Music, consisting of over 350 music majors and 46 full-time and adjunct faculty, offers a Master of Music in Performance (woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, voice, keyboard, jazz, conducting), Music Theory, Jazz Composition, Music Education, and a Certificate in Performance. A flexible degree plan offers the graduate student an opportunity to mold the curriculum to their individual interests. 

     

    Application:

    Send a letter of application including a resume (vitae) to:

     

    Dr. Clifton Evans
    Graduate Advisor
    Box 19105
    The University of Texas Arlington

    Arlington, TX 76019-0105

    For more information, call or email: mvarner@uta.edu   817-272-2526

    Responsibilities:

    Serve as a teaching assistant in the Department of Music with duties assigned by the Chair. Responsibilities may include: performance in major ensembles, assisting with classroom instruction or conducting of ensembles, assisting with administrative duties of the department.

     

    Stipend:

    Tuition waiver for up to 10 hours per semester during the 9-month academic year (September-May).

     

     

    Benefits:

    A benefits package that includes medical, life, and accidental death and dismemberment insurance can be purchased for a fee. At the present time, half of the cost of these benefits is paid by the state; coverage begins 90 days after the first day of employment. Optional vision and dental insurance is available for a small fee.

     

    Renewal:

    Renewable for up to two years based on an annual review of the graduate student's academic performance, performance of assigned duties, needs of the department, and available funds.

     

    Application Deadline:

    Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Assistantships are contingent upon prior acceptance to The Graduate School, but we will consider your application while admission is pending.

     

    Date of Appointment:

    August, 2017

     

    The Department of Music:

    The University of Texas Arlington Department of Music, consisting of over 350 music majors and 46 full-time and adjunct faculty, offers a Master of Music in Performance (woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, voice, keyboard, jazz, conducting), Music Theory, Jazz Composition, Music Education, and a Certificate in Performance. A flexible degree plan offers the graduate student an opportunity to mold the curriculum to their individual interests. 

     

    Application:

    Send a letter of application including a resume (vitae) to:

     

    Dr. Clifton Evans
    Graduate Advisor
    Box 19105
    The University of Texas Arlington

    Arlington, TX 76019-0105

    For more information, call or email: mvarner@uta.edu   817-272-2526