assistant/associate tenure track professor, psychology

  • 20 Dec 2019 4:38 PM
    Message # 8340451

    At its core a liberal arts institution, LIU Post is dedicated to meeting the needs and expanding the horizons of all our students, whether in the arts and sciences, or professional schools or through life-long learning. We at LIU Post are committed to providing highly individualized educational experiences in every department and program from the freshman year through advanced doctoral research in selected areas. The emphasis on the student learner is evident; in our faculty’s devotion to excellence in teaching, our intensive advisement system, and our encouragement of experiential learning through cooperative education, internships, practica, community service, study abroad, research projects, and artistic performance. Our students benefit as well from the Campus’s participation in one of the nation’s largest private university systems, and from our ability to draw on the unparalleled cultural and professional resources of New York City and Long Island. Graduates of LIU Post will have developed strong critical and expressive abilities, civic responsibility, and a mature understanding of the ideas, events and forces shaping the modern world.

    LIU Post’s Department of Psychology is seeking a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor to contribute to its programs, in teaching, research, and service to the department and university. The area of specialization is open, but priority will be given to candidates who have expertise in cognitive or developmental psychology.  Beginning in Fall 2020, this is a 9-month full-time faculty position (paid over 12 months) with rank commensurate with credentials and experience.

     

    Principal Responsibilities:

    ·         Teaching will be primarily in statistics and research methods courses at the undergraduate level, but some teaching will be within the specific area of expertise

    ·         Establish an externally funded research program involving students

    ·         Participate in recruitment, retention and admissions activities

    ·         Participation in program committee work including program evaluation, accreditation tasks,

    ·         Contribute to the planning and curriculum development of new program

    ·         Actively engages in scholarship to advance knowledge and develops and implements a scholarship plan/faculty development plans as required by accreditation standards and Long Island University.

    ·         Disseminates scholarly work consistent with University policies and accreditation expectations as well as securing funding to support such research

    ·         Engage in a process of formative and summative course evaluation to enhance the student learning experience

    ·         Serve on programmatic and university committees

    ·         Advise students on academic, professional, and/or personal issues while providing referrals when appropriate.

    ·         Demonstrates professionalism and ethical behavior

    ·         Fulfill other duties and responsibilities as requested by the Program Director and Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

     

    Qualifications: Applicants must have a Ph.D. in Psychology and demonstrate potential for excellence in teaching and research.

     

    To apply, visit: https://jobs.liu.edu/#/job_details/1472

    Applications are due by February 15th, and review of applications will begin on March 1st, 2020.

     

    LIU is an equal opportunity employer. LIU is committed to extending equal opportunity in employment to all qualified candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our academic community.  LIU encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender and/or gender identity or expression, marital or parental status, national origin, ethnicity, citizenship status, veteran or military status, age, disability or any other basis protected by applicable local, state or federal laws.  Hiring is contingent on eligibility to work in the United States.

     


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