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We are seeking candidates with expertise and teaching interests in the biological bases of behavior for a tenure-track, Assistant professor position; Ph.D is required
(ABD considered). Applicants may include but are not limited to those with backgrounds in biopsychology/psychobiology, neuropsychology, physiological psychology, clinical psychology, health psychology, and other neighboring disciplines. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses such as Physiological Psychology, Sensation and Perception, Research Methods, General Psychology, and to potentially develop upper level courses related to his or her area(s) of expertise. We seek candidates who strive for teaching excellence, and who are committed to advising undergraduates. Applicants should also have interest in developing a program of research that involves mentoring undergraduates.
Ph. D in Psychology (ABD considered)
Worcester State University is a public institution of higher learning set on 58 acres in the residential west side of Worcester, Massachusetts. We are dedicated to preparing students for personal success, rewarding careers, and effective citizenship in the 21st century. We offer undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the traditional liberal arts and sciences, teacher education, biomedical sciences, business, and the health professions.
Worcester State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. M/F/D/V. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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