The Division of Counselor Education and Psychology at Delta State University (DSU) invites qualified individuals to apply for a tenure-track faculty position in psychology. This is a full-time (9 month) tenure-track position to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in educational psychology and core undergraduate courses in psychology. Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to (1) teaching courses utilizing effective and engaging teaching methods; (2) producing a focused line of research leading to publications in refereed journals and to extramural funding; (3) supervising undergraduate and graduate research; (4) participating in undergraduate academic advising in psychology; (5) providing division, college, university, community and professional service. The start date is August 2018 with the potential for a January 2018 start date.

DSU is a public institution located in Cleveland, MS, providing a comprehensive undergraduate and graduate curriculum to approximately 4,000 students representing all of the states and more than 20 countries. Dozens of degree programs on the undergraduate level provide educational opportunities in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education and in the Robert E. Smith School of Nursing. Graduate programs on the master’s, educational specialist, and doctoral levels provide advanced training in a broad range of disciplines.

Required Qualifications:

  • Earned doctoral degree in educational psychology or earned doctorate in psychology with 18 hours in educational psychology graduate credits. Candidates with ABD will be considered if close to completion of doctorate.
  • Teaching experience and evidence of research productivity are required.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience involving students in research
  • Experience teaching general psychology, developmental psychology, Behavior Analysis (BCBA or BCBA-eligible), or research courses.

Those interested will find more details—including application instructions—in the full posting, here.