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Faculty Appointment, Department of Psychological Sciences
Summary
Title:Faculty Appointment, Department of Psychological Sciences
ID:1236
Department:Psychological Science
Description

LaGrange College seeks to fill a tenure-track faculty appointment in the Department of Psychological Sciences beginning August 2022. The Psychological Science program supports students in learning the empirical science of psychology with emphasis on research and internship. There is a required year-long senior research project which allows faculty to complete research in their area of expertise with undergraduate students as part of their teaching load. The standard teaching load is four courses each semester.

The area of specialization is open, with preference given to the Social Psychology or Counseling/Clinical Psychology. Teaching responsibilities would include courses within the candidate’s specialization, along with Introduction to Psychology and Senior Capstone.

Candidates should be engaged in scholarly activity and be able to include undergraduate students in projects. Mentorship of senior research projects is also expected.

We would be highly interested in candidates that have experience in advising, recruitment, and student organizations, like Psi Chi or other psychology clubs.

Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to excellence in teaching, a desire to communicate the empirical base of psychology to students, and an appreciation of the mission of small liberal arts institutions.

Candidates must have earned a Master's Degree in Psychology or a related field by August 2022. Preference given to candidates with a PhD in Psychology or related field. 

  • Cover letter
  • Current curriculum vitae
  • A statement of teaching philosophy and experience
  • If available, evidence of teaching excellence
  • A list of courses applicant is qualified to teach
  • Graduate transcripts
  • Contact information for three professional references
  • A statement of research interests and how they might mentor undergraduates in research
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