The Department of Psychology in Arts and Science at New York University seeks applicants for a full-time, non-tenure track (i.e., "Clinical") teaching position in its undergraduate program, pending final budgetary and administrative approval. This position will start in Fall 2020.
Additional information about the position can be obtained from the search committee chair Professor Wei Ji Ma at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please cc email@example.com on all correspondence related to this search.
We seek candidates with expertise in one of two areas. The first is traditional clinical psychology. Ideal candidates in this area would have extensive experience in teaching courses such as abnormal psychology, psychopathology, clinical psychology, etc. The second calls for extensive experience in quantitative methods, such as statistics, data science, computing, experimental design, psychophysics, or neuroimaging. All candidates would be expected to possess expertise and be able to offer advanced electives in at least one content area of psychology.
Because the candidate will be advising students pursuing a variety of career paths, the breadth needed to mentor those interested in a variety of psychological specializations from both theoretical and applied perspectives will be viewed favorably. A Ph.D. in Psychology, Cognitive Science, or Neuroscience from a reputable institution of higher education is required.
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Applicants should arrange for a minimum of three professional letters of recommendation to be sent.
Application materials submitted must include evidence of teaching excellence in psychology, course evaluations, a letter of interest (including career goals, educational philosophy, experience mentoring student research, and/or professional practice areas), curriculum vitae, and research, scholarship, or professional work samples that demonstrate subject matter expertise and qualifications for the position as described.
Applicants must also submit a diversity statement that describe the ways in which your (1) scholarship, (2) teaching and mentoring, and/or (3) service and engagement demonstrate your commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are particularly interested in hearing about (1) concrete steps you have taken (or are planning to take) to foster an inclusive intellectual environment in your lab, in the classroom, in the department and on campus, and/or in your field more generally, and (2) how these steps connect with your broader views on the topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Review of applications will begin February 1st, 2020, and will continue until the position is filled.
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