Society for the Teaching of Psychology: Division 2 of the American Psychological Association

Assistant Professor, Ouachita Baptist University

  • 15 Sep 2022 11:35 AM
    Message # 12920376

    The Department of Psychology in the W. H. Sutton School of Social Sciences at Ouachita Baptist University invites applications for tenure-track appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin August 2023. The successful candidate will exhibit excellent teaching in the context of a liberal arts education; scholarly activity in the field; a collegial commitment to professional, university, departmental, and community service; and a Christian commitment consistent with the University’s vision, mission, and values. A PhD in Psychology or a related field by August 2023 is preferred (although ABD candidates may be considered). Area of specialization is open. Strong quantitative skills are essential. Teaching expectations typically include four courses each semester. Research activities that emphasize undergraduate student collaboration are expected.

    To apply, complete the Faculty Application for Employment and electronically forward all documentation requested on the last page of the Opportunity Profile ( to Dr. Allyson Phillips, Chair of the Psychology Search Committee, at Priority review of completed applications will begin on Nov. 1, but review will continue until the position is filled.

    Consistent with our mission as a Christ-centered learning community, Ouachita Baptist University seeks to develop a diverse faculty for the benefit of our students and stakeholders. Ouachita is a Christian liberal arts university founded in 1886. Of its approximately 1,700 students, more than 1,500 undergraduates attend the university’s highly residential campus; the university also offers graduate and fully online degrees to serve students with a variety of educational programs. Ouachita’s beautiful 200-acre campus is situated on the Ouachita River, is minutes from DeGray Lake Resort State Park, and is in the foothills of the Ouachita National Forest. To learn more about the university, visit
    1 file
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software