Position Summary: The Dance Program at the Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University, is seeking accomplished performers and/or choreographers who have a distinguished track record for teaching technique, repertory, and/or composition. The program is interested in candidates who are proficient in modern, contemporary, and somatic practices.These positions are one semester, non-tenure track renewable positions.The positions begin September 2016 and/or February 2017.Please include CV, cover letter, reference contact information and a sample syllabus.These positions are subject to the University's background check policy.
Essential Qualifications: Teaching experience as performer/choreographer and proficient in modern, contemporary, and somatic practices.
Preferred Qualifications: Individual who can demonstrate a deep commitment to undergraduate teaching and advising is preferred.
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