Candidates should have a Ph.D. in
cognitive psychology. Initial review
of applications will begin on October 15, 2014, and will continue until the position has been filled. The
electronic application process will
require you to upload a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and statements of research and teaching interests, and will require you to enter the
names and e-mail addresses for three
references. Your application will be
considered incomplete if this information is missing. Your application
is required to be submitted online
57251. Questions may be directed
via e-mail to Paul Luce, Cognitive
Search Committee Chair, at luce@
buffalo.edu. Information about the
Department can be found at http://
University at Buffalo is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Recruiter.
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
BROOKLYN COLLEGE TWO
PSYCHOLOGY: The Department
of Psychology at Brooklyn College
of The City University of New York
invites applications for two tenure
track positions beginning in Au-
gust 2015: Assistant/Associate Pro-
fessor in Industrial/Organization-
al Psychology: Applicants should
have a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organi-
zational Psychology or a closely re-
lated discipline. Research area is
open. The successful candidate will
be expected to contribute teaching,
mentoring and program develop-
ment in the I/O psychology mas-
ter’s programs offered by the de-
partment. Assistant Professor in
Quantitative Psychology. Candi-
dates should have a Ph.D. in quanti-
tative psychology or a closely relat-
ed discipline. Research area is open
and all candidates with evidence of
exceptional scholarship in research
methodology and advanced tech-
niques in data analysis and mod-
eling will be considered. Candi-
dates for both positions should
have a strong record of scholarly
activity and a commitment to de-
veloping a recognized, funded re-
search program. Responsibilities
include: undergraduate and gradu-
ate teaching, academic program de-
velopment, and participation in the
CUNY Psychology Doctoral Pro-
gram. Brooklyn College/CUNY is
an urban, public institution situated
in one of the most dynamic and di-
verse communities in the country.
The Psychology Department is part
of the School of Natural and Be-
havioral Sciences and, in addition
to undergraduate B.A. and B.S. de-
grees, minors and concentrations,
it offers master’s-level training in
Experimental Psychology, Men-
tal Health Counseling, and Indus-
(two programs), and doctoral train-
ing through the CUNY Psychology
Doctoral program. Successful can-
didates will join a research-active
department of 35 faculty. The De-
partment has experienced signifi-
cant recent growth and research
activities and experimental facili-
ties of many faculty are supported
by internal and external funding.
Lab space and start-up funds for
research will be provided for suc-
cessful candidates. Both positions
are tenure-track with competitive
salary and benefits. The recruit-
ment of diverse faculty is a high
priority of both the College and the
Department and we encourage ap-
plications from members of under-
represented groups. Review of ap-
plications will begin on October
16, 2014 and will continue un-
til the position is filled. Interest-
ed applicants should submit an ap-
plication online by visiting www.
quiries may be addressed to Chair-
person Margaret-Ellen (Mel) Pipe by
e-mail at email@example.com.
edu. Brooklyn College is an Equal
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NYU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AND
ARTS AND SCIENCE
The Department of Psychology in Arts and Science at New York University
seeks applicants for a full-time, non-tenure track faculty position in the
Masters Program starting as early as January 2015 or by Fall 2015, pending
budgetary and administrative approval.
The ideal candidate will have expertise in research methods and statistical
methods, and a subject matter specialization in one of the following areas
is preferred: social psychology, consumer behavior, or cognitive psychology.
Teaching responsibilities will include graduate-level courses in areas such as
Statistics and Research Methods, and content areas specialization courses.
Preference will be given to candidates with teaching experience at the
Administrative duties will include assisting with the recruitment and selection
of both MA student applicants and external adjunct faculty, and applying
administrative policies and procedures to manage the oversight of student
progress through MA degree completion, including thesis research, internship
development, and placements.
An earned completed Ph.D. in Psychology is required. The successful
candidate should have demonstrated administrative experience, a
collaborative approach with other faculty, a strong commitment to teaching
excellence and the mentoring of students from a diverse global population.
Materials submitted must include evidence of scholarly and teaching ability,
a letter of interest (including career goals, educational philosophy, research
and/or practice areas of interest), curriculum vitae, and sample research or
professional work samples demonstrating subject matter expertise. Evidence
of educational administrative experience, particularly in an academic setting
should be described and documented. These materials, as well as three
reference letters, must be submitted to our web-based application system.
To apply, see the “Job Openings” link at the NYU Department of
Psychology web site, http://www.psych.nyu.edu/.Review of applications
will begin September 1st, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled.
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