IUPUC ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF COGNTIVE PSYCHOLOGY Fall 2014 IUPUC-Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus-has delivered high-quality undergraduate and graduate degree programs aligned with a n d r e s p o n s i v e t o regional e d u c a t i o n a l needs since 1970. Enjoy interacting with students, faculty, and staff who are committed to making a difference in the future of our region. A tenure-track appointment is available on August 1, 2014, at the rank of Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Division of Science. IUPUC values a balanced approach to teaching and scholarship that allows for high quality teaching and mentoring relationships with students, while affording time for research activities and support for professional development. The position is a ten-month assignment with expectations of teaching cognitive psychology and learning, conducting and publishing high quality scholarly research, and engaging in service. Strong oral and written communication skills are a must. Successful teaching at the university level is important. REQUIREMENTS: Ph.D. with a specialization in cognitive psychology and clear evidence of the ability to establish and maintain an active and productive research program. PREFERENCES: Two or more years' teaching experience working with traditional and non-traditional undergraduate students; ability to teach courses outside the area of specialization, such as introductory psychology, developmental psychology, research methods, or statistics; experience in online or hybrid course development and delivery; interest in engaging undergraduate students in research and in collaborating with faculty across disciplines. Civic engagement and grantsmanship are viewed positively. The IUPUC Psychology Program offers a B.A. and B.S. in Psychology and an M.A. in Mental Health Counseling. There are about 200 undergraduate Psychology majors, nine full-time faculty members, and a professional adviser. Classes are small and personal attention and mentoring relationships are encouraged. For more information, visit our website at http://www2.iupuc.edu/science/psychology/. IUPUC is a growing institution with high potential. A strong collaborative partnership among Ivy Tech Community College, Purdue University College of Technology, and IUPUC exists and is expected to be enriched. The Columbus Learning Center incorporates resources from these institutions to provide a focal point for community learning. This partnership is the result of a community initiative to expand postsecondary degree and professional development opportunities for the local workforce, resulting in a seamless continuation of educational opportunities for area residents. IUPUC is located one hour south of Indianapolis, 1¼ hours from Louisville, and 1½ hours from Cincinnati. Columbus is known for its world class architecture, wonderful programs for young children, many parks, excellent philharmonic orchestra, people trails, and growing international community. IUPUC has a staff of more than 60 full-time faculty with excellent credentials and enrolls 2,000 students annually. For further information: http://www.iupuc.edu. Interested candidates should e-mail letter of application, CV, contact information (including e-mail address) for three references, a statement explaining why you are interested in becoming a faculty member at IUPUC, and evidence of teaching effectiveness to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can also be mailed to Psychology Search and Screen, Office of the Vice Chancellor and Dean, IUPUC, 4601 Central Avenue, CC 255, Columbus, IN 47203. Requests for additional information about this faculty position should be directed to Dr. Joan Poulsen, Undergraduate Psychology Program Director, at 812.348.7256 or email@example.com. Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Diversity is a core value at IUPUC. Our goal is to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity. IUPUC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.
Asst Professor of Cognitive Psychology