Assistant Professor - Clinical Psychology
Assistant Professor (tenure-track) faculty position to teach clinical psychology courses at the graduate (e.g., assessment, psychopathology, intervention) and undergraduate level, are expected to maintain a high-quality program of research with potential for external funding, advise graduate and undergraduate students, provide clinical supervision, and perform university and professional service in our APA-accredited clinical psychology Ph.D. program. Engagement in research and teaching are highly valued in our department and university. Strong candidates will be able to contribute their expertise to ongoing research within the department and interface with faculty across areas in the department (e.g., cognitive neuroscience, social [i.e. health and well-being], developmental). We seek candidates with specialization in any area of clinical psychology, and particularly welcome those whose research focuses on health risk disparities, aspects of adult mental health in traditionally underserved and historically excluded populations, and/or global mental health. Appointment begins Fall 2024.
- Ph.D. in Clinical or Counseling Psychology or closely related fields and a clinical internship, both from APA-accredited programs, by date of appointment. All candidates are expected to obtain licensure as a doctoral-level psychologist in the State of Ohio.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, 2-4 representative publications/pre-prints (upload as “writing sample”), teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, if available (recommended 3 pages), and research statement (recommended 3 pages). The cover letter should identify potential connections with researchers throughout the department and/or university including the Center for School Based Mental Health, Center for Human Psychophysiology, Center for Human Development Learning and Technology, Center for Neuroscience and Behavior, and Center for the Study and Support of Children of Families of the Incarcerated. Application inquiries may be addressed to Aaron Luebbe at Aaron.Luebbe@MiamiOH.edu.
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