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plications for health (e.g., risk, resilience, prevention, or treatment) and
who can contribute to our new Ph.D.
program in psychology. The successful candidate will establish a laboratory within the department and have
opportunities to collaborate with a
large consortium of health and military health-related organizations
uniquely situated in the San Antonio community. Expertise in multiple
methodologies and advanced quantitative skills are also valued.
Responsibilities include: maintaining a successful research program that will
attract external funding and successfully teaching and training students
in the psychology department’s undergraduate and graduate programs.
Required qualifications are a Ph.D.
in psychology or related field, a history of publications in high-impact
scientific journals, a history of and
continuing potential for extramural
funding, and relevant teaching experience. See the department website
for a list of additional qualifications and application requirements.
Review of complete applications
will begin on January 12, 2015,
and continue until the position is
filled. Application materials will
only be accepted by electronic mail
and should be sent to Wanda McNair
( email@example.com). The University of Texas at San Antonio is an
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
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SHIP: A postdoctoral fellowship is
available at Scott and White Clinic,
College Station, TX, a major teach-
ing component of the Texas A&M
University Health Science Center.
It is a general clinical position with
a behavioral medicine component.
You will have the unique oppor-
tunity to work with a broad spec-
trum of medical and psychological
disorders collaborating with physi-
cians and other health care provid-
ers. It is a one-year, full-time posi-
tion. Applicants must receive their
degree prior to the start of the fel-
lowship. Preference given to APA-
accredited programs. Application
deadline: March 6, 2015. Send
curriculum vitae, personal state-
ment, three letters of recommen-
dation and a transcript to: There-
sa Quinn, Ph.D., Scott and White
Clinic, 3000 Briarcrest Drive, Suite
400, Bryan, TX 77801; (979) 691-
3386. Scott & White Health is an
Equal Opportunity Employer that
values the strength diversity brings
to the workplace. Scott & White
Health does not accept unsolicited
resumes sent by or on behalf of a
third party agency or firm. Scott &
White Health will not pay fees to
any third party agency or firm that
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WILDERNESS THERAPY PROGRAM SEEKING CLINICAL
PSYCHOLOGIST: Second Nature
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This is a full-time, salaried position and includes a competitive salary and benefits package. This position will work closely with a field
instructor team to provide individualized treatment for an average of
8–10 adolescent or young adults per
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Responsibilities include: psychosocial
assessments; individual, group, and
family therapy; clinical documentation; discharge planning; regular
communication with families, educational consultants, team members.
Qualifications to include: a Ph.D.
and current Utah license (or license-eligible), prefer previous experience
working with clients in a wilderness,
residential or outpatient setting. Submit curriculum vitae and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACADEMIC FELLOWSHIP IN
The University of Vermont is pleased
to announce an academic postdoc-
toral fellowship position in cognitive
neuroscience, and/or neuropsycholo-
gy. UVM is especially interested in
scholars who can contribute to the
UVM College of Arts and Sciences
diversity plan, which was, in part,
designed to ensure faculty, students,
and staff members from underrep-
resented and marginalized popula-
tions are an integral part of the life
and governance of the institution.
This fellowship is offered as a joint
appointment through the Depart-
ment of Psychological Science and
the Department of Communication
Sciences and Disorders in support
of the interdisciplinary undergradu-
ate neuroscience program. The mini-
mum criteria for this fellowship are
a Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience,
neuropsychology, and/or a related
field. Applicants in the early stages
of their career are encouraged to ap-
ply. Successful candidates will be ex-
pected to teach courses for the under-
graduate neuroscience program and
to make progress towards establish-
ing an independent research program
with mentorship tailored to the indi-
vidual to facilitate the transition into
a tenure-track faculty position at the
end of the fellowship. The Universi-
ty of Vermont has a strong neurosci-
ence community engaged in transdis-
ciplinary research in neuroscience,
behavior and health. Because of our
comprehensive breadth, we offer a
wide variety of research and clinical
mentorship opportunities (e.g., from
direct clinical applications to inves-
tigations of molecular processes) to
support fellowship scholars in reach-
ing their potential. For more informa-
tion, contact Professor Sayamwong
“Jom” Hammack (shammack@
uvm.edu). Internal Number:
ASSISTANT/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR: The Department of Psychology at Old Dominion University invites
applications for a tenure-track assistant or associate professor of Psychology in Human Factors to begin in August 2015. The successful applicant
will have earned a Ph.D. in human
factors psychology or a closely allied
program (e.g., engineering psychology, applied cognitive, human-com-puter interaction) at the time of appointment. The applicant should have
a strong psychological science perspective, including clear potential for
excellence in research, teaching, and
grant writing. Teaching responsibilities may include: undergraduate and
graduate courses in human-comput-er interaction, human factors, experimental methods, perception, learning,
and/or cognition. The selected applicant will also be expected to direct
graduate-level research in areas central to human factors. The Psychology
Department has 28 faculty members
and offers Ph.D.’s in clinical, human
and Applied Experimental Psychology, and an M.S. in General Experimental Psychology. The human factors Ph.D. program received six-year
accreditation from the Human Factors
and Ergonomics Society in 2011. The
department is also involved in distance learning and offers an undergraduate bachelor’s degree on-line.
Old Dominion University is located in
the Hampton Roads area on the Chesapeake Bay in southern Virginia. The
area is a regional center for military,
medical, and scholarly research. Old
Dominion University is also home
to the Virginia Modeling, Analysis
and Simulation Center, which focuses on the use of modeling and simulation technologies for research, education, and economic development.
The faculty member selected for this
position will have the opportunity to
be involved in Old Dominion University modeling and simulation initiatives in the areas of homeland security, medical applications, transportation, and serious games. Other local
institutions that have a history of research collaboration with the department include: Eastern Virginia Medical School, NASA-Langley Research
Center, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Norfolk State University, and
the Human Performance Center of the
US Navy. For more information about
the department, visit http://sci.odu.
edu/psychology/. Applications were
reviewed beginning November 15,
2014, and continue until the position is filled. To apply, submit curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, evidence of teaching effectiveness,
The University of Vermont’s Center on Behavior and Health
announces the availability of NIH postdoctoral research
fellowships in an internationally recognized center of excellence for the study of substance abuse. Appointment:
2–3 yrs. Eligibility: Applicants must have completed their
training in psychology, behavior analysis, or a related
discipline and be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Trainees are selected on the basis of scholastic record
and commitment to a career in substance abuse research.
Benefits: Stipend, medical insurance coverage, and travel
funds supported by NIH Institutional Training Awards.
For more information: See the Center's website (www.
uvm.edu/medicine/behaviorandhealth) or contact Ms.
Diana Cain ( Diana.Cain uvm.edu). To apply: Forward curriculum vitae, statement of research interests, and 3 letters
of reference to: Attn: Drs. Stephen Higgins, Sarah Heil, and
Stacey Sigmon c/o Ms. Diana Cain ( Diana.Cain@uvm.edu).
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