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Stony Brook University invites scholars, performers, and composers to apply for the IDEA (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access) Fellows Program (2023-2024), a full-time, non tenure-track faculty position at the lecturer level, including full benefits, to commence Fall 2023. The Fellow will be a part of a mentored research and performance environment. At the completion of this two-year position, Fellows with an upward trajectory of scholarly achievement and a demonstrated contribution to inclusion, diversity, and equity will be invited to join the tenure-track faculty at Stony Brook University through an internal promotion process.

The Department of Music at Stony Brook is one of the participating departments in the IDEA Fellows program. We offer degrees focusing on music scholarship, composition, and performance. The faculty in these areas use their expertise to provide a grounded and transformational educational experience for undergraduate and graduate students, positioning European-derived classical traditions as one among many musical cultures shaping the world, including popular and jazz traditions in the US and abroad. We are interested in scholars, creators, and performers who engage deeply with sound and music in a world characterized by cultural contact, disciplinary blending, and musical transformations over time and space.

For information about the application process and IDEA topic areas, please see: 

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