Starke Hathaway Endowed Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychology
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Internal Number: 356528
Starke Hathaway Endowed Tenure-Track Assistant Professorship in Clinical PsychologyDepartment of PsychologyUniversity of Minnesota, College of Liberal ArtsThe Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities announces a search for an outstanding scholar to fill an endowed chair, the Starke Hathaway Endowed Assistant Professorship in Clinical Psychology. This full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor position in the Department’s Clinical Science and Psychopathology Research (CSPR) Training Program will begin in Fall 2024. The CSPR training program is nationally ranked and accredited by the American Psychological Association and by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System (PCSAS).The appointment will be 100% time over the nine-month academic year (late-August to late-May) and will be made at the rank of tenure-track assistant professor. Salary and start-up packages are competitive.Competitive applicants will have a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and an independent program of research that is nationally or internationally recognized. The candidate’s areas of research might include, but are not limited to, the etiology, assessment, or classification of psychopathology with the objective of elucidating major psychological, social, biological or other causal mechanisms of psychopathology. Behavioral genetic, molecular genetic, psychophysiological, and neuroimaging approaches represent current areas of strength that we would be pleased to expand. We value approaches that utilize these methods to investigate mental health impacts of stressors such as inequity and prejudice. The successful applicant should have and is expected to maintain a strong research program, advise graduate students, and teach undergraduate and graduate courses, including core courses within the graduate training program. Excellence in teaching is strongly desired. The individual will also be expected to contribute to the service needs of the department, college, university, and profession and to eventually play a leadership role in the CSPR program.A successful candidate's dossier will demonstrate scholarly distinction, a record of publications, teaching commitment and, if applicable to the research program and the candidate’s career stage, evidence of success in securing extramural funding.The Workload Principles and Guidelines for Regular Faculty in the College of Liberal Arts are available at: https://neighborhood.cla.umn.edu/college-knowledge/workload-principles-and-guidelinesThe Standards for Promotion and Tenure in the Department of Psychology are available at: https://faculty.umn.edu/sites/faculty.umn.edu/files/2020-09/psych_0.pdf
Required Qualifications: Terminal degree in Psychology or related field with research expertise in etiology, assessment, or classification of psychopathology that elucidate psychological, social, biological, or other causal mechanisms of psychopathology. Able to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in this area of research.
Preferred Qualifications: Experience in teaching other substantive courses related to the candidate’s expertise and departmental needs.
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