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Graduate assistantship at University of Missouri

Monday, June 16, 2008 9:50 AM
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UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI – Graduate Teaching Assistantship in Saxophone available immediately .25 Graduate Teaching Assistantship for the 2008-09 academic year • Stipend of $4,904 plus a waiver of all resident and non-resident tuition for all coursework taken that applies to his/her graduate degree program. • Recipient may also enroll for summer classes in 2009 and tuition will be waived. • Special fees such as the student activities fee, student health fee, instructional computing fee, and applied music fee cannot be waived. • Each .25 GTA is expected to enroll in at least nine semester hours of course work leading to his/her degree each semester. • The appointment is renewable for a second year upon satisfactory grades (B average or better) and satisfactory completion of GTA duties. Duties may include one or more of the following depending on need: • Applied saxophone teaching • Saxophone quartet coaching • Jazz combo coaching • Woodwind techniques teaching • Performance in a wind ensemble, jazz ensemble, or saxophone quartet Strong consideration will be given to those with demonstrated experience in both classical and jazz mediums. GTAs can obtain an application and submit electronically at website For additional information on graduate assistantships and application procedure, contact: Dan Willett, Director of Graduate Studies School of Music 140 Fine Arts Building University of Missouri Columbia, MO 65211 573.882.0933 Fax 573.884.7444 email For more information contact: Leo Saguiguit Assistant Professor, Saxophone School of Music University of Missouri email


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