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- Teach courses in introductory psychology, abnormal psychology, counseling skills, and psychological testing in an undergraduate four-year psychology program. Additional responsibilities include supervising senior capstone projects and student practicums, developing new courses as needed, participation in program assessment, and academic advising. Teaching assignments involve day, evenings and/or weekend classes, as well as courses delivered through distance education modalities. Instructional faculty are also expected to conduct research or applied scholarship in the discipline and participate in service activities and faculty governance.
- PhD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology from an APA and regionally accredited college or university.
- Experience teaching clinically-related courses in psychology.
- Demonstrated evidence of high quality teaching at the university level.
- Experience teaching using online technology.
- Evidence of potential for conducting relevant scholarly and applied research.
- Ability to interact effectively in a multicultural setting.
- Experience teaching diverse student populations.
- Experience teaching using Sakai/Laulima course management system.
- Ability to involve undergraduates in research experiences.
- Experience in course assessment and institutional accreditation.
- Relevant published research.
- Dr. Allyson Gilles, Search Committee Chair; email@example.com
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