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The Departments of Biology and Psychology welcome application for a full-time position that is joint between both departments, to begin Spring or Fall 2019. The candidate is expected to teach courses related to physiological psychology, in addition to introductory and methods courses in biology and psychology, and to develop new specialized topical course of interest. The candidate should be actively involved in a research program with interdisciplinary interests, and be committed to student research mentoring and training. An established record or potential for attracting research funding is desirable. The candidate would be expected to supervise undergraduate theses and Master's theses. One of the main roles of this joint departments position is to lead and promote new interdisciplinary research, curricular, and non-curricular collaborations between the two departments. The candidate will actively participate in service activities at the departmental, school, and university levels.
Candidates must hold a doctoral degree in biopsychology, cognitive science, neurosciences, or related discipline. Successful candidates should have an ongoing program of research and publication, and skills or potential in high quality teaching.
The application review process will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
All applicants must submit the following documents via the online system,
a) an updated CV; b) a letter of interest; c) a completed AUC Personnel Information Form (PIF); d) a statement of teaching philosophy; e) one or more recent publications; f) and names and contact information for at least three references familiar with the candidate's academic and professional background. Inquiries can be sent through the online system or to firstname.lastname@example.org.