Assistant Professor (Psychology)
This position is assigned to the College of Science and Humanities to begin Fall 2019. An ideal applicant will have a strong research background with the ability to teach classes such as Research Methods and Social Psychology and/or a strong clinical background with the ability to teach undergraduate clinically-oriented courses such as Field Placement and Introduction to Counseling and Psychotherapy as well as other courses within the applicant's area of expertise. The successful candidate must demonstrate an ongoing commitment to quality teaching, a strong promise for scholarly activity and professional service, as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The candidate will be expected to provide ongoing academic advising and serve a diverse student population. The candidate will be required to remain current with new trends and developments in their field of psychology and to promote the scholarship of teaching and learning through attendance at conferences, courses, seminars, and/or workshops, participate in campus committees, and engage in the academic life of the University.