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Assistant Professor in Developmental Psychology
 

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV
 
 
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGIST: The Psychology Dept. at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas is seeking a tenure-track, assistant professor in developmental psychology to join our doctoral Developmental Emphasis track in Fall, 2013. We seek an outstanding scientist whose research focuses on development during early childhood, middle childhood, or adolescence. The successful candidate should have a strong, established research program demonstrating expertise and training in developmental psychology and promise of extramural funding. Other responsibilities include teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in developmental and areas of expertise, mentoring doctoral students, and participating in service to the university and field. Minimum qualifications include a doctoral degree in Psychology or Child Development from an accredited university.

Please visit our departmental website for more information: http://psychology.unlv.edu. Initial reviews will begin January 15, 2013, and will continue until the position is filled. Full details about the position, including instructions for the on-line application process, are posted at the departmental website, http://psychology.unlv.edu, and at UNLV’s on-line application portal, https://hrsearch.unlv.edu. Materials should be addressed to Jennifer Rennels, Ph.D., Developmental Search Committee Chair, 702-895-0648, jennifer.rennels@unlv.edu, at the on-line application portal. For assistance with on-line applications, contact UNLV Employment Services at (702) 895-3886 or hrsearch@unlv.edu. UNLV is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity educator and employer committed to excellence through diversity. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from members of underrepresented groups and we strongly encourage women and persons of color to apply for this position. In keeping with our commitment to multiculturalism and diversity issues, candidates whose research and/or teaching interests address issues of diversity are particularly encouraged to apply.

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Ad has been online since November 2, 2012
 
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