[MATHLINK] Assistant Professor of Psychology at Chatham University

Andrew David Ribner aribner at nyu.edu
Tue Feb 6 11:50:22 CST 2024

Apologies for cross-posting, trying to spread the word widely!

Please see below for a position in biological psychology and/or
neuroscience (broadly defined). We are actively seeking applications
through the end of February. Please feel free to reach out with any
questions about the position and/or the University!

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Chatham University has an opening for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of
Psychology in the undergraduate psychology program starting in the
2024-2025 academic year. The candidate selected for this position will be
responsible for teaching six courses over the academic year. Courses will
include Psychobiology, Psychopharmacology, and Statistics and Research
Design, as well as additional upper-level courses in biological psychology.

Chatham is committed to creating a supportive and inclusive learning,
living and working environment for all members of the campus community.

Chatham University strives to promote a campus environment that understands
and embraces multiculturalism while increasing individuals' intercultural
competence. We actively work to build and sustain a diverse and culturally
vibrant campus, which promotes employee and student success and retention.
Learn more at:

Duties and Responsibilities:

   - Teaching 3 courses in Fall and Spring semesters (6 courses per
   academic year) in General Psychology, research methods sequence, and
   upper-level biological psychology as identified by the program.
   - Developing and implementing a research agenda which results in
   scholarly publications and presentations.
   - Actively engaging in the campus community and efforts to promote and
   enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion.
   - Actively engaging in program/department service, including but not
   limited to: academic advising; program/department meetings; student
   recruitment/engagement events; supervising internships; program/department
   assessment; and other tasks identified by department chair and program
   - Actively engaging in university service, including but not limited to:
   university and School of Arts, Sciences, and Business (SASB) faculty
   meetings; professional development seminars/workshops; service on
   university committees.


   - Earned Ph.D. in psychology (or specific subfield) required. Applicants
   who have not earned Ph.D. but will defend before position start date may be
   considered with letter of support from dissertation chair specifying date
   of scheduled defense.
   - Experience teaching at the university/collegiate level. Experience
   teaching General Psychology, Statistics and Research Design, and
   upper-level biological psychology courses preferred. Experience as an
   independent course instructor preferred but will consider applicants with
   extensive experience as a teaching assistant in relevant courses.
   - Demonstrable commitment to promoting and enhancing diversity, equity,
   and inclusion in your teaching and campus community engagement. Applicants
   should describe their experience in these arenas in a separate "Diversity,
   Equity, and Inclusion" statement.

How to Apply:

The review of applicants will begin in January 2024. Applications will be
accepted through February 29, 2024.

Applications accepted only via www.chatham.edu/careers (direct link is
https://chatham.applicantpro.com/jobs/3175584) and follow the instructions
to complete the application process. To ensure full consideration, please

   - Cover Letter outlining your qualifications for the position
   - Curriculum Vitae or Resume
   - Statement of teaching philosophy
   - Diversity, equity, and inclusion statement
   - 5-year research agenda with description of ongoing/future project(s),
   publications (in progress/planned), and required resources
   - Contact information for three professional references

*All application materials should be uploaded at the same time at the time
of application. **The system will not allow applicants to make edits to
their applications after submission.*

*Chatham University is an Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong
commitment to diversity, inclusion, and equity. Persons of color, women,
veterans, individuals with disabilities, and members of other
underrepresented groups are highly encouraged to apply. Chatham University
does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender
identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, or national origin.*

About Chatham:

Founded in 1869, Chatham University has an enrollment of over 2,200
students across over 60 undergraduate and graduate programs in our areas of
excellence: sustainability & health, the arts & sciences and business &
communications. Located in Pittsburgh, PA, Chatham is spread across three
distinct locations: the historic Shadyside Campus; Chatham Eastside; and
Eden Hall Campus, one of the world's most sustainable campuses.

Andrew Ribner, PhD

*Department of Applied Psychology*
Developmental Psychology
NYU Steinhardt
New York University
aribner at nyu.edu
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