[vslist] Wesleyan University Quantitative Psychology Position

Joan Chiari jchiari at wesleyan.edu
Fri Sep 10 08:18:00 GMT 2004

>Tenure-Track Quantitative Psychology Position Wesleyan University
>The Department of Psychology seeks to fill a tenure-track position in 
>Quantitative Psychology
>at the assistant professor level beginning July 1, 2005. A strong 
>commitment to undergraduate
>teaching (2 courses per semester) and research is expected. In addition to 
>an interest and
>expertise in quantitative methods (quantitative psychology or 
>biostatistics), the ideal candidate
>should be capable of instituting an original research program that 
>addresses a substantive topic
>(area open; e.g., cognition, clinical, developmental, health, 
>neuroscience, perception, personality)
>and that incorporates undergraduates, and be prepared to teach an 
>introductory course in Statistics,
>Research Methods, and more advanced courses in an area of expertise. The 
>department has 13
>full-time faculty positions in the areas of cognitive, cultural and 
>community, developmental,
>neuroscience, psychopathology, social, and the psychology of women. The 
>department also has
>a research-oriented masters program. Wesleyan values diversity and has a 
>diverse faculty and
>student body. We actively encourage applications from women and members of 
>minority groups.
>Please send résumé, reprints, three letters of recommendation, and 
>teaching and research
>statements to Chairperson, Quantitative Search Committee, Department of 
>207 High Street, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT 06459-0408. Wesleyan 
>is an equal
>opportunity employer.  All materials must be received by September 30, 2004.
>For more information see http://www.wesleyan.edu/psyc/

Joan E. Chiari
Psychology Department
Wesleyan University
Judd Hall 201
207 High St., Middletown, CT 06459-0408
Office: 860-685-2342/Fax: 860-685-2761
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