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The Department of Psychology at Quinnipiac University is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology to begin August 2013.
Our energetic 16 member department serves upwards of 350 majors and is dedicated to providing students with an outstanding education in the science of psychology. The human services concentration teaches undergraduate students about empirically supported treatments. Our department embraces a teacher-scholar model in that excellence in teaching and scholarship are expected of all faculty. Teaching load on the tenure track is generally three courses per semester. We currently have research space that is shared among members of the department. We are actively working on increasing and updating our research space.
Teaching responsibilities will include courses in our human services concentration (Abnormal, Clinical, Human Services Seminar/Fieldwork), an advanced undergraduate course on child psychopathology, as well as some combination of our required sequence courses (Introductory Psychology, Statistics, Research Methods I and II, History and Systems, Senior Seminar). Candidates are also expected to periodically contribute to the University Curriculum through teaching the QU Seminars.
Qualifications include an earned PhD in Clinical Psychology by August 2013. We seek candidates who can demonstrate the potential to achieve excellence in teaching and scholarly activities. We will be particularly interested in candidates who can teach child psychopathology and who have significant experience using empirically supported treatments for children and adults. Salary is highly competitive with other private four-year institutions.
Applications must include:
A curriculum vitae
A statement of teaching philosophy and interests
Evidence of teaching excellence (e.g., teaching evaluations, observations, portfolios, syllabi, projects)
A description of experience using empirically supported treatments
Position is open until filled. Preference will be given for applications received by February 4, 2013.
Quinnipiac University has a strong commitment to the principles and practices of diversity throughout the university community and we welcome candidates who would enhance that diversity.
Job Code 2013-1226
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