Rank. Assistant Professor, beginning August 2013 for a full-time, tenure track position with a nine-month academic year appointment.

Qualifications. Ph.D. in Educational Psychology; expertise in learning and instruction, motivation, creativity, and/or human development; evidence of scholarship and research productivity; evidence and/or potential for obtaining extramural funding; demonstration of collaboration skills for cross-disciplinary research, teaching, and service.

Responsibilities.  Fulfill the mission of a land grant university by (1) collaborating with university entities (such as Institute for Creativity and Innovation, Institute for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Learning and Student Success Opportunity Center) to promote student learning success and retention; (2) teaching educational psychology courses at the master’s and doctoral levels; (3) supervising graduate teaching assistants’ instruction of undergraduate courses; (4) securing funding and publishing research findings; (5) directing theses and dissertations; (6) serving on School, College, and University committees.  Additional duties may be assigned by the School Head.

Salary.  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Application Process.  Screening of applications begins November 1, 2012 , and will continue until the position is filled.  Please submit a letter of interest, three current letters of recommendation, statement of professional-career goals, vita, selected reprints/preprints, and transcripts of graduate work to:  Chair, Educational Psychology Search Committee, c/o Ms. Marta Kochenower, School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology, 434 Willard Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078-3063.  For more information about Oklahoma State University, you may wish to view OSU’s website at http://www.okstate.edu. For additional information about the position, contact the chair of the search committee, Dr. Steve Harrist, at steve.harrist@okstate.edu.

Oklahoma State University is a multi-campus, public, land grant educational system that improves the lives of people in Oklahoma, the nation, and the world through integrated, high-quality teaching, research, and outreach. The research, scholarship, and creative activities at OSU promote human and economic development through the expansion and application of knowledge. OSU strives to develop students, faculty, and staff members as active, engaged citizens and leaders who make a positive difference at in families, communities, the state, nation and world. OSU has a specific plan for leadership development implemented in an integrated and unified system that encompasses admissions, instruction, assessment and campus life. OSU is a comprehensive land-grant institution of higher education with an enrollment of more than 26,000 students. OSU’s main campus in Stillwater (pop. 42,000) is approximately 65 miles from the Tulsa and Oklahoma City metropolitan areas. The School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology, with 40 faculty members, is one of three large Schools housed in the College of Education.  SAHEP contains five areas: Educational Psychology, Counseling and Counseling Psychology; School Psychology, Health and Human Performance, and Leisure Studies. The School of Applied Health and Educational Psychology offers the Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with specializations in Educational Psychology, School Psychology (APA-accredited; NASP-approved), and Counseling Psychology (APA-accredited). 

As an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer, Oklahoma State University recognizes the power of a diverse community and encourages applications from individuals with varied experiences, perspectives and backgrounds. Oklahoma State University employs only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized non-U.S. Citizens. OSU participates in E-Verify to verify employment eligibility of all employees pursuant to the Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act.