East Lansing, Michigan
Clinton, New York
Ithaca, New York
Location: Dayton, Ohio
Internal Number: 17697
Affirmative Action No.:: 23Y117
First Consideration Date:: 03/03/2023
Minimum Annual or Hourly Rate: Negotiable
Candidates must be actively engaged in research and show promise of establishing an externally funded research program. The Department of Psychology is housed in the College of Science and Mathematics, offers a Ph.D. and M.S. in Human Factors and I/O Psychology, and has a large undergraduate (BA and BS) program including 4 undergraduate concentration areas: (1) Industrial/ Organizational, (2) Clinical Psychology, (3) Cognition and Perception, and (4) Behavioral Neuroscience. Candidates will be expected to teach a mix of undergraduate courses (e.g., intro to I/O, research methods, statistics, social psychology) and graduate courses (e.g., organizational behavior/psychology).
Additional opportunities for teaching and research are available through interdisciplinary Ph.D. programs in Applied Science and Mathematics (IASM) and Biomedical Sciences (BMS) within the College of Science and Mathematics. Also, research collaborations are available with other colleges, e.g., the College of Engineering and Computer Sciences. The proximity of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base facilitates collaborations with Air Force Research Laboratory scientists in the Human Performance Directorate, and the Human-Centered Sciences Lab and other collaborators are housed on our campus. Wright State University is highly focused on student success, is nationally recognized for accessibility, and was recognized in 2022 in US News in their newest category: Social Mobility. For more information on our department, affiliated programs, and faculty research interests, go to https://science-math.wright.edu/psychology.
Located in southwest Ohio and a short drive to Columbus or Cincinnati, the Dayton, Ohio, metro area offers quality of life with extensive parks and outdoor activities (e.g., on the rivers and hiking/biking trails), easy access to local urban amenities ranging from good restaurants to Dayton Dragons baseball, good schools, and an affordable cost of living.
Previously established independent research program. Previous teaching experience.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
Teach graduate and undergraduate classes, mentor graduate students, and establish an independent program of research that has the potential for external funding.
40% Research. Active engagement in research with the potential for external funding. Mentor graduate students.
40% Instruction of courses. Candidate will instruct graduate and undergraduate courses. May include evening or online courses. Teaching load will be 4 course sections per year.
20% Service. Includes serving on a department, college, or university committee (e.g., relating to curriculum), attending student events (e.g., Psi Chi/Psych Club), and/or other student interactions outside the classroom (e.g., talking with students about research/practicum opportunities, grad school).
Special contract terms and conditions of employment apply.
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