Tenure Track Neuroscience Position

John Neuhoff jneuhoff at wooster.edu
Sat Sep 22 19:09:55 EST 2001


The Department of Psychology at The College of Wooster seeks
applications for an Assistant Professor of
 Psychology specializing in Neuroscience.  This is a tenure-track
position beginning Fall, 2002.  Area of research
 interest is open. The successful candidate is expected to teach
established courses in the Psychology
 Department such as Introduction to Psychology and Physiological
Psychology as well as develop a new course
 in his or her area of specialty.  In addition, the successful applicant
will be expected to supervise undergraduate
 research and teach in the College's interdisciplinary programs,
including First Year Seminar.

 Send vitae, application letter, three letters of recommendation, and
evidence of scholarly research and teaching
 excellence to Gary Gillund, Chair, Department of Psychology, The
College of Wooster, Wooster, OH  44691.
  Deadline for receipt of all materials is January 15, 2001.

 The College of Wooster is an independent college of the liberal arts
and sciences with a commitment to
 excellence in undergraduate education.  The College values diversity,
strives to attract qualified women and
 minority candidates, and encourages individuals belonging to these
groups to apply.  Wooster seeks to ensure
 diversity by its policy of making appointments without regard to age,
sex, race, creed, national origin, disability,
 handicap, sexual orientation, or political affiliation.  The College of
Wooster is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative
 Action Employer.

Quick Facts

     The College of Wooster provides outstanding support for new
faculty, including startup funds, the
    opportunity for pre-tenure leaves, and funding for professional
travel and curriculum
    development activities.

     The Psychology Department maintains both faculty and student
research labs and houses an
    active primate community.

For more info see: http://pages.wooster.edu/jneuhoff/jobop.htm




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