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The Department of Psychology at Northern Kentucky University invites applications for two tenure-track positions. The first position is at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. This individual would be expected to assist the Department in the development of a Masters program with an I/O track. The second position is at the Assistant Professor level. Area of specialization is open, provided that the candidate has training in a core area of scientific psychology and has teaching and research interests in diversity and cross-cultural issues. This individual would be expected to teach courses in the Psychology of Race and Gender and develop new courses in psychology that could contribute to the University's African-American Studies minor. Both positions require excellent teaching skills, evidence of research potential, and Ph.D. by August 15, 2002. Applicants for both positions should have a very strong interest in teaching and involving undergraduates in their program of research. Current teaching load is 12 credit hrs/semester. Applicants should be prepared to teach Introductory Psychology in addition to advanced courses in their specialty areas. Applicants will be reviewed on the basis of their potential to excel in teaching and research and to work effectively in a supportive collegial environment. More information about the Psychology Department at Northern Kentucky University may be obtained by visiting our website at www.nku.edu/~psych/. The Department will begin screening applications on January 15, 2002, and continue until both positions are filled. Please send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, copies of publications and/or other supporting documents, and three letters of recommendation to George Goedel, Chairperson, Department of Psychology, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Hts., KY 41099-2000. Northern Kentucky University is located in the Cincinnati metropolitan area and enrolls approximately 13,000 students. NKU is an AA/EOE actively seeking the candidacy of minorities and women.
-- Jeffrey M. Smith, Ph.D. BEP 351 Department of Psychology Northern Kentucky University Highland Heights, KY 41099-2000 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
-- Jeffrey M. Smith, Ph.D. (email@example.com), October 15, 2001