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TT Asst. Prof., Developmental preferred (soical or cognitive considered), University of the Pacific

  • 30 Aug 2023 1:37 AM
    Message # 13247658

    Dear colleagues,

     

    I am delighted to announce a job opening for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of the Pacific! I hope that you will please consider applying and sharing widely with friends and ABD students who might be interested. We are seeking a new colleague with expertise in developmental psychology, focused on any topics or age stage(s). A brief description is included below, and full details and application are available at https://pacific.peopleadmin.com/postings/26288/. I am chairing the search committee, and questions are welcome to me by email at cstricklandhughes@pacific.edu.

     

    The Department of Psychology at the University of the Pacific is seeking to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor for a position starting August 2024. The University of the Pacific is a private, liberal arts university in central California, near attractions such as the Bay area, Yosemite, and Lake Tahoe. Faculty in the Psychology department teach a 2-2 course load and are expected to actively engage undergraduate students in their research, maintain a strong research program, and participate in the department and university community through service. Qualified candidates should have a demonstrated commitment to diversity, experience teaching a diverse population, and be able to integrate diversity into the curriculum. The successful candidate will teach courses within general education, including developmental psychology and the College‚Äôs first-year seminar program, research methods, and upper-division lab courses within their area of expertise. An ideal candidate will have expertise in developmental-adjacent topics with focus on any age stage(s), and candidates with expertise in other areas (cognition, social psychology) may be considered.  

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