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From: Michael Arfken <MArfken@upei.ca>
Date: Wed, Dec 7, 2011 at 6:12 PM
Subject: Tenure Track Position - CRITICAL/FEMINIST PSYCHOLOGY - UPEI, Canada
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The ******University** of **Prince Edward Island**** is inviting
applications for a *tenure-stream position in Critical/Feminist
Psychology*at the Assistant Professor level beginning July 1, 2012.
include a Ph.D. in psychology (or a Ph.D. in final stages of completion),
demonstrated teaching ability, a student centered approach to teaching,
evidence of research potential, and evidence of research success.

**** **

The successful candidate will teach courses in critical/feminist
psychology, some of which are cross-listed with the Women’s Studies
programme, and will contribute to teaching foundational courses such as
introductory psychology or research methodology. The teaching assignment in
the first two years of a tenure-stream appointment is two courses in each
of the fall and winter semesters; the normal teaching assignment would then
be two courses one semester and three the other. Opportunities exist for
supervision of students undertaking honours theses.

** **

The Psychology Faculty are a team of dynamic, creative, and diverse
educators and researchers. At UPEI, faculty have the freedom to develop
their unique professional and personal potentials in a variety of ways. Our
department prides itself on its teaching and research excellence. Faculty
members have been awarded the 3M Teaching Fellowship and other teaching
awards, and hold grants with SSHRC, NSERC, and CIHR among other agencies.
In addition, our department offers opportunities for involvement in a rich
variety of collaborative relationships in research, teaching, and service,
both across the campus and in the community.  Prince Edward Island is a
wonderful place to live and work—one conducive to achieving a balance
between one’s professional and personal life.

** **

Interested persons should submit a letter of application, a current
curriculum vitae, a teaching dossier, evidence of research (e.g.,
reprints), three letters of reference, and any additional materials to
support their application to:

** **

Dr. Philip Smith, Professor and Chair

Department of Psychology,

**University** of **Prince Edward Island**, ****Charlottetown****,

PE C1A 4P3

(email smithp@upei.ca for further information).

** **

We will begin reviewing applications on *February1st*, and will continue
until the position is filled.

** **

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this advertisement is
directed in the first instance to Canadian citizens and permanent
residents, although others are welcome to apply. UPEI is committed to the
principle of gender equity in employment.


Michael Arfken, PhD
Department of Psychology
University of Prince Edward Island
Email: marfken@upei.ca
Website: http://marfken.googlepages.com/
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