Detailed Job Description
Expected duties include teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, serving as an advisor for undergraduate students and for graduate student research projects, and providing service to the department, college, university, and the profession. Expertise for teaching courses in areas such as educational psychology, human development, human learning, educational assessment, statistics, and research methods is required. Also expected is pursuit of a relevant research and publication agenda and participation in university service.
Earned doctorate in educational psychology or closely related discipline (ABDs will be considered, but the doctoral degree must be completed by the time of appointment), with emphasis in three or more of the following areas: child and adolescent development, learning theories, diverse family systems, educational assessment, educational research, or disability studies. Evidence of a research agenda relevant to such disciplines is expected. Also, knowledge of multicultural education or background in working with diverse student populations in P-12 or higher education is expected.
University teaching experience, public or private school teaching experience, initial publication of research in relevant educational psychology areas, skill in incorporating technology in teaching, and experience with international students.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Applicants will be asked to submit letter of application detailing interest and qualifications, full curriculum vitae, and list of 3 references with contact information when applying for this position. Three letters of reference should also be submitted; If applicants do not have access to letters of reference, the should be sent directly to Professor William Boone at firstname.lastname@example.org; questions about position can also be directed to Dr. Boone. Questions about the application process can be directed to Mrs. Mary Denney at email@example.com.