[visionlist] Lectureship and Fellowships, St. Andrews
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Mon Jun 5 11:22:29 GMT 2006
The School of Psychology, University of St.
Andrews, rated 5*(A) for research and excellent
for teaching, supports a research and teaching
strategy which ensures that students get
excellent instruction from staff who are at the
forefront in their field whilst also ensuring
that staff have sufficient time to devote to
their research activities. These vacancies offer
opportunities for early-career staff to thrive in
a vibrant and well-resourced research environment.
£27,929 - £36,959 pa
You will be an active researcher, with evidence
of, or the potential to establish, an independent
research program in biological psychology. You
must have some experience teaching psychology to
undergraduate students. This post is for four
years from 1 September 2006 (or as soon as
possible thereafter). Ref: SL204/06.
Academic Fellowships (2 posts)
£20,044 - £36,959 pa
Under a new scheme funded by the joint Research
Councils,we are offering two five year research
fellowships with a lecturing position to follow,
with a start date of 1 October 2006. The
fellowships are for research in (1) perception
and (2) animal cognition (including behavioural
neuroscience). These posts initially carry only
limited teaching obligations, though you will
play an active part in the academic culture of
the School of Psychology. You must already hold a
PhD in psychology or a cognate discipline before
taking up the position and have evidence of the
potential to establish an independent research
career. Ref: SL205/06.
Informal enquiries to Head of School, Professor
Verity J Brown (vjb at st-and.ac.uk).
Application forms and further particulars are
available from Human Resources, University of St
Andrews, College Gate, North Street, St Andrews,
Fife KY16 9AJ (tel: 01334 462571, by fax: 01334
462570 or by e-mail: jobline at st-andrews.ac.uk).
The advertisement and further particulars can be
Please quote the appropriate reference number on all correspondence.
Closing date for all posts: 21 June 2006.
Julie M. Harris
Prof. of Psychology and EPSRC Advanced Fellow
St. Andrews Vision Lab
School of Psychology
University of St. Andrews
St. Mary's College
email: Julie.Harris at st-andrews.ac.uk
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