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Assistant Professor


Purchase, NY
The Psychology program at Purchase College, SUNY invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level, beginning Fall 2014. We seek candidates whose research is in affective or behavioral neuroscience or health psychology. Preference will be given to candidates who can teach quantitative and computational (programming) skills used in behavioral research. In addition to teaching introductory and advanced courses in her/his area of specialization, the successful candidate will contribute to general education and to allied programs. Excellence in teaching and a record of, or potential for, securing external research funding are essential. A senior research project is a college-wide requirement and signature feature of the Purchase curriculum. Therefore, potential for publishing high quality scholarly work and a passion for working closely with students in psychological research are essential. A Ph.D. in Psychology by August 2014 is required.

Purchase College is an undergraduate institution located 25 miles north of New York City. Because it houses a unique combination of Liberal Arts and Sciences majors and Arts Conservatory programs, our faculty and staff are committed to inspiring an appreciation for both intellectual and artistic talent in all students. Purchase is ranked by US News in the Top 10 public US liberal arts colleges and is among the Best 376 Colleges by Princeton Review.

To apply, go to: https://jobs.purchase.edu and complete an online application. Applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, statements of research interests and teaching philosophy, and representative publications. In addition, applicants are required to identify three (3) references who can be contacted for a recommendation. Salary: $53,000

The application deadline is November 15. Purchase College is an AA/EO employer.

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Ad has been online since October 5, 2013
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