Graduate Assistantship Ohio University

Graduate Assistantship in Trombone at Ohio University starting in August 2018
DUTIES: Duties may include: teaching applied lessons, teaching trombone methods class, performing in the graduate brass quintet, or other responsibilities as needed.
COMPENSATION: Stipend is from $5,618 to $11,236 and a complete tuition waiver. Tuition scholarships are available for summer terms before and after the period covered by appointments.
QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of an undergraduate degree in music; excellent performance skills; experience with instruction; acceptance into the University.
DEGREES OFFERED: The School of Music awards the Master of Music (M.M.) degree in performance, conducting, music education, music therapy, composition, theory, and music history and literature.
Lucas Borges, Assistant Professor of Trombone:
Richard Wetzel, Chair of Graduate Studies:

One of four schools in the College of Fine Arts, the School of Music plays a significant role in the vibrant cultural life of Southeast Ohio. Our students, faculty, and guest artists present over 200 events annually.   A distinguished faculty of 43 professors serves a primarily residential student body of approximately 235 undergraduate and 65 graduate music majors. Our alumni hold prominent positions as music educators, composers, conductors, performers, and music therapists throughout the United States and abroad.
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