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The Department of Psychology invites applications for an Assistant Professor tenure-track faculty position in General/Introductory and Multicultural/Cross-cultural Psychology to begin Fall 2014. This successful hire will be eligible to serve as Introductory Coordinator, an appointment by the Department Chair with a 1 course (3 hour) per semester course release.
Teach 4 courses (12 hours) per semester; the teaching load may be reduced by appointment as Introductory Coordinator along with associated duties. The teaching load will consist of such undergraduate courses as introductory psychology, multicultural or cross-cultural psychology, statistics and research methodology courses, and other courses as needed. Other responsibilities include engaging in scholarly activities related to psychology; advising students; performing Departmental, University, and professional service; engaging with the First Year Success program; participating in course and program development; performing other duties as assigned by the Chair.
Doctorate in Psychology completed no later than June 1, 2014.
Doctorate in Psychology. Teaching experience in undergraduate psychology courses such as introductory psychology, multicultural or cross-cultural psychology, statistics and research methodology courses. Experience in coordinating introductory courses. Associated professional experience with recent published research in refereed psychology-related journals. Ability to involve students in research. Demonstrated experience successfully teaching, mentoring, and advising diverse underserved students, including students of color and non-traditional students. Familiarity with first-year experience initiatives. Teaching experience with non-traditional students and ability to use appropriate educational technology.
IMPORTANT: In order to be considered as an applicant you must apply via the online application system, www.msudenverjobs.com.
Official Transcripts will be required of the candidate selected for hire.
Other document refers to a professional publication that you have authored.
You will need to have three letters of recommendation submitted to the search chair. These letters must be submitted from the recommending person to the search committee chair. They may be sent either via e-mail (preferred method), or by fax or mail. The e-mail, fax and mailing address below are the ones you must use for your letters to be received and considered.
If you are unable to attach copies of your transcripts and your professional publication they will need to be submitted to the search committee chair, Dr. Randi Smith.
The department prefers to receive all application documents electronically. However if you are unable to attach them electronically, please either fax or mail them to the Department of Psychology.
Dr. Randi Smith, Search Committee Chair
Search F 604
Department of Psychology
Metropolitan State University of Denver
P.O. Box 173362 P.O. Box 54
Denver, CO 80217-3362
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