[Social-sciences-list] FW: 2 tenure track assistant professor positions
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Fri Aug 21 23:21:39 UTC 2015
From: Mace, William M. [mailto:William.Mace at trincoll.edu]
Sent: August-20-15 4:00 PM
To: Mace, William M.
Subject: 2 tenure track assistant professor positions
From ISEP Member Alen Hajnal:
Assistant Professor of Experimental Psychology
The Department of Psychology at The University of Southern Mississippi is seeking two Assistant Professors for tenure-track positions to begin fall 2016. We seek candidates with a research specialization in cognition, comparative, developmental, learning, neuroscience or social. The successful applicants will have strong empirical research records with potential to attract external funding and an interest in both undergraduate and graduate teaching. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. The positions are contingent upon funding. The Department of Psychology, designated as one of six Centers of Excellence in the university, is a growing and dynamic department, with 35 full-time faculty lines and approximately 630 undergraduate majors and 115 graduate students. It is located in Hattiesburg, Miss., a prosperous and growing Pine Belt community about 70 miles from the Gulf Coast and about 100 miles from New Orleans. The department also offers APA-accredited graduate programs in clinical, counseling and school psychology. Applicants must complete an employment application form located on the university’s Human Resources website at www.usm.edu/hr/emp_app/main.php<http://www.usm.edu/hr/emp_app/main.php>. For consideration, upload a CV, three letters of recommendation, 3 publication reprints, teaching evaluations, official transcripts, and a formal letter of application outlining your interests and qualifications. Inquiries can also be directed to Alen Hajnal via email Alen.Hajnal at usm.edu<mailto:Alen.Hajnal at usm.edu>, Chair of the Experimental Search Committee. General information about Southern Miss can be found at www.usm.edu<http://www.usm.edu/>, and information about the experimental psychology program is available at www.usm.edu/experimental-psychology<http://www.usm.edu/experimental-psychology>. Applications will be reviewed beginning November 1, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled. We especially encourage applications from women and members of ethnic minorities. AA/EOE/ADAI
Alen Hajnal, PhD.
Department of Psychology
University of Southern Mississippi
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