All tenure track positions are OPEN RANK. Departmental affiliation and tenure assignment will depend on the professional background of the candidate. Successful candidates will have an accomplished record of research, demonstrated instructional abilities, and quantitative and qualitative analysis expertise.

• Learning Sciences expert to support the advancement of interdisciplinary research in the learning sciences from a variety of perspectives, including education, psychology, instruc­tional technology, or cognitive science. Preference will be given to individuals with expertise related to cognitive development or how cognition interacts with academic, affective and behavioral development within the context of teaching and learning.

• Two Community Health experts who can contribute to ongoing interdisciplinary efforts to holistically understand the contributions to important health outcomes.

• Counseling Psychologist with behavioral health expertise and capacity for contributing to ongoing interdisciplinary efforts to holistically understand the contributions to important health outcomes.

• Mathematics Education expert with capacity to contribute to integrated STEM research, the University of Houston, College of Education course development and instruction at the graduate level.

• Two School Psychologists who can contribute to ongoing interdisciplinary efforts to under­stand behavioral interventions and assessment in K-12 school/medical contexts.

• Educational Assessment and Accountability expert with analytical expertise with large-scale databases and strong quantitative skills (e.g. survey methods, multilevel modeling). Successful applicants will contribute to the ongoing efforts to address the increasing de­mands of and for assessment and associated outcomes in P-20 settings.

• K-20 pipeline Education Policy expert whose scholarship addresses policy issues related to public school systems, universities, governmental agencies, and nonprofits and has strength­ened programs and policies for all students, focusing on students who are not traditionally seen as college-bound. The ideal candidate will also contribute to the College’s broader research on the role of diversity and intercultural competence in the school-to-college pipe­line.

Procedure for Candidacy

Screening of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled. Applicants should submit a letter of application/interest which describes:

(1) area of current research interest and external funding history or potential (for tenure track positions);

(2) teaching experience and philosophy; and

(3) interest and qualifications for the position.

Please upload a curriculum vita and the letter of application/interest described above at You will also have the opportunity at this site to supply the names of references and their contact information. Questions may be directed to

The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.