St. Norbert College is Looking for HBCU Grads to Fill Its Visiting Assistant Professorship!
Posted By: Kennedy Williams on January 19, 2021 |
St. Norbert College invites applications for a full-time, visiting assistant professor in psychology starting August 2021. This position is renewable for up to 3 years, contingent on annual performance review and budgetary approval. Applicants from all areas of psychology are invited to apply, but preference will be given to candidates with a background in behavioral medicine or physiological psychology.
The successful applicant will have a strong desire to teach psychology classes, both in service to the discipline (e.g., general psychology and basic statistics), as well as classes in their specialty area (e.g., health, psychopharmacology, physiological). The ideal candidate will also develop an active program of research involving undergraduates. While preference will be given to candidates who will have completed their Ph.D.
by the time of employment, well-qualified ABD candidates are encouraged to apply.
The St. Norbert College Psychology Discipline prides itself on excellent teaching and faculty-student collaborative research. They are seeking a candidate who values teaching undergraduate students and who could also provide students with research opportunities outside of the classroom. This position will share responsibility for teaching general psychology and basic statistics. There will also be opportunities to develop and teach one or two additional courses in the candidate’s area of specialty. The typical teaching load is three undergraduate courses each semester. Visiting professors have no committee or academic advising duties.
For more info on the qualifications and how to APPLY, click here!
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