The Department of Educational Psychology contains faculty members with expertise that span the disciplines of applied behavior analysis, gifted education, school psychology, special education, quantitative methods, and learning and development. Our goal is to shape our respective disciplines through innovative, high quality applied research as we prepare future practitioners, scholars, researchers, and leaders in undergraduate programs and graduate programs through exceptional teaching, an emphasis on experiential learning, and thoughtful mentorship. The primary responsibilities of this position include:
- Contributing to the continued growth of the quantitative methods specialization;
- Developing and maintaining a strong, fundable program of scholarship;
- Teaching courses at the graduate level;
- Participating in individual or collaborative activities to secure external funding;
- Recruiting, mentoring, and supervising graduate students; and
- Providing service to the university and the profession.
Consistent with the stated mission of the University to be a world-class institution dedicated to Christian principles and ideals, the qualifications for the position include:
- An earned doctorate in educational psychology (or related field)
and expertise and interest in areas of particular relevance to educational research, such as, but not limited to, latent variable modeling, measurement theory, longitudinal methods, multilevel modeling, and quasi-experimental designs
- a record of conducting research
- history and/or strong potential for obtaining extramural funding;
- ability to teach introductory and advanced graduate courses;
- a strong commitment to mentoring students;
- and a philosophy compatible with the stated mission of the University to be a world-class institution dedicated to Christian principles and ideals.
Those interested will learn more—and find application instructions—at the full job post here.