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Assistant Professor of Psychology

Albright College

Reading, PA
The Psychology Department at Albright College is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor appointment starting Fall 2013 to foster the development of undergraduate thinking and scholarship. The preferred area of specialization for the candidate is in cognitive psychology or cognitive neuroscience. Successful candidates should be prepared to teach cognition, the fundamentals of research design and analysis in a two-semester sequence course, introductory courses, and advanced courses in the candidate’s area of specialization. The candidate should have teaching experience and an active research program that can engage undergraduate students through collaborative and independent research. We also expect a degree of familiarity with classroom and laboratory technology. Research support, and professional development opportunities are available.

Albright College is a liberal arts institution that emphasizes interdisciplinary studies and teaching excellence and faculty have a three-three teaching load. Albright’s enrollment is approximately 1600 students and is located within an hour of Philadelphia and three hours of New York, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C.

A doctorate in Psychology held by August 2013 is expected. Evidence of teaching excellence and scholarship is preferred. Review of applications will begin December 1, 2012 and will continue until the position is filled. Please send electronic copies of a cover letter addressing interests and skills, curriculum vita, relevant reprints/preprints of publications, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and letters from three references to hr@alb.edu. Albright is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer and is actively committed to diversity within its community. In pursuit of that, we actively encourage diversity among applicants for this position.

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Ad has been online since October 6, 2012
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