New York University: NYU - Domestic: Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS): Psychology Department
New York, New York
Oct 16, 2018
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 Fall, 2019.
The duties of the position include: 1) teaching undergraduate psychology classes, 2) student advising and research/thesis mentoring; and, 3) academic administration.
Additional information about the position can be obtained from the search committee chair Professor Clayton Curtis at email@example.com. Please cc firstname.lastname@example.org on all correspondence related to this search.
We seek candidates with expertise in both quantitative and experimental methods and at least one content area of psychology. Experience teaching methods such as statistics, data science, computing, experimental design, psychophysics, or neuroimaging would be ideal. Content areas of interest to the department include clinical psychology, cognitive and social psychology, perception, and cognitive neuroscience. 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.
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 sample research, scholarship, or professional work samples that demonstrate subject matter expertise and qualifications for the position as described.
Applicants must arrange for a minimum of three professional letters of recommendation to be sent.
Diversity is an important part of the NYU mission. As part of your application letter of interest, please include a description of how diversity figures in your past and present teaching and research, and your commitment to helping meet our diversity goals.