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Assistant Professor of Psychology-Physiological

Nazareth College

Rochester, NY
The Department of Psychology at Nazareth College invites applications for a tenure track position beginning in August 2013. The Ph.D. is required and experience in teaching preferred. Candidates should have expertise and interests in the following areas: physiological psychology, neurological psychology, and statistics/research methods. Responsibilities include teaching 3-4 courses per semester, advising, involvement in the college community, and scholarly activity. Candidates should be committed to excellence in undergraduate education and to collaborative involvement of students in a research program. The search committee will review applications as received. To ensure full consideration, materials should be received by January 15. Letter of interest, resume and statement of teaching philosophy should be submitted to David Page via email (dpage2@naz.edu). Three letters of recommendation should be sent to the search committee chair via postal mail (David Page, PhD., Department of Psychology, Nazareth College, 4245 East Avenue, Rochester, NY, 14618)

Nazareth College, an independent, comprehensive institution with 2000 undergraduate and 1200 graduate students, prepares its graduates to serve local and global communities through a wide range of liberal arts and professional programs. Nazareth seeks to hire teacher-scholars with a demonstrated commitment to excellent teaching, student success, and civic engagement, and an understanding of the educational benefits of ethnic and racial diversity in the campus community. The college is located minutes from downtown Rochester, New York, a city noted for its rich arts and cultural community and its international businesses and industry. Applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged. EOE.

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