The Department of Educational Psychology is seeking to fill a full-time tenure track position to serve the School Psychology doctoral and EdS programs beginning Fall 2020.
Primary responsibilities will include teaching courses in the NASP-approved Masters and Specialist in Education (MA/EdS) programs in School Psychology as well as APA-accredited PhD in School Psychology. Support in the areas of clinical supervision and research mentoring for the masters and doctoral students is required. Research productivity is both required and supported institutionally. Areas of interest in research or clinical focus are open, with preference provided to areas that support the needs and initiatives of the Department, College, University, or community. Other notes:
- Service to the university, community, and professional community is also required.
- All degree requirements for PhD in School Psychology, Educational Psychology, or related field from an accredited institution met by date of appointment.
- Employer will consider sponsorship.
- Evidence of successful research experience, experience with clinical supervision in school psychology, university teaching experience, HSPP license-
eligible, successful grant experiences.
- Active research agenda with flexibility in area of expertise in research.
- Expertise and/or scholarly interest in topics related to diversity.