We are searching for an assistant or associate professor tenure-line position in educational psychology. Development in Adolescence and Young Adulthood, Social Policy, or Learning and Cognition areas of emphasis are preferred, within a general commitment to research on classrooms and schooling in the K-16 spectrum. Additional areas of interest include measurement and/or statistics and research in STEM-related fields.
We seek a scholar who has (a) conducted and published research, (b) interest in maintaining a dynamic program of inquiry and scholarship, and (c) experience with and a desire to pursue grant funding to support research. Candidates are expected to teach at the undergraduate (e.g. EDP courses in the College undergraduate major), masters-level introductory, and advanced doctoral levels. Teaching load is defined as two courses per semester. Additional requirements include: advise and mentor masters- and doctoral-level students; serve on student committees; participate in the Center for Research on Classrooms; maintain a dynamic program of research and scholarship; and actively contribute to the work of the department. Demonstrated successful experience in each area is desirable. The preferred candidate will have a history of peer-reviewed programmatic research and grant activity.
The position offers the opportunity to be a part of a highly diverse, dynamic, synergistic department and intellectual community. The Educational Psychology program at the University of Arizona offers masters and doctoral degrees that are ranked nationally.
Apply through the University of Arizona UA Career Track On-line Application system at https://www.uacareertrack.com/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1409686628582. Required documents include a vita, letter of interest, statement of research and teaching interests, three sample articles, and names of three references, who will be contacted as appropriate.