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From: Melissa Koenig <mkoenig@umn.edu>
Date: Mon, Oct 6, 2014 at 9:10 AM
Subject: [COGDEVSOC] Clinical Associate Professor of Applied Human
To: cogdevsoc@lists.cogdevsoc.org

Please see below on behalf of Kathleen Corriveau:

*Clinical Associate Professor of Applied Human Development*

The School of Education at Boston University invites applications for a
full-time Clinical Associate Professor of Human Development.  We are
seeking a faculty member who shares the School of Education’s commitment to
the preparation of educators and the advancement of evidence-based
practice.  Candidates should also share our commitment to supporting and
improving education with scholarship.

*Responsibilities:* The successful candidate will help advance the master’s
program in applied human development, teach graduate courses in the
Counseling Psychology and Human Development cluster, advise masters and
doctoral students; and publish scholarly work.  The position will join the
faculty in Counseling Psychology and Human Development and while the
research expertise is open, the successful candidate’s expertise is
expected to complement the current faculty in Applied Human Development.
The successful candidate would be one who has demonstrated specialization
in research and practice related to youth populations.  Specific course
expertise in child and adolescent development in the context of schooling,
designing effective learning environments in or out of school is
preferred.  A history of program development and leadership as well as
extramural funding is highly desirable.

This Clinical Associate Professor position begins July 1, 2015. Applicants
from diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply. Salary is
competitive and commensurate with experience.


   - An earned doctorate in education, psychology, or other related field
   is required;
   - Excellent organizational skills. Preference will be given to
   applicants with a history of leadership and/or program development;
   - A history of participating in interdisciplinary research is highly
   - Prior college or university teaching experience; and
   - Excellent oral, written, and presentation skills.

Preference will be given to applicants with expertise in positive youth
development, particularly in areas that are complementary to the range of
interests and skills of the current faculty. Salary is competitive and
commensurate with experience.

Inquiries may be directed to the Chair of the Search Committee:

Dr. Amie Grills


Review of applications will begin *November 1, 2014* and will continue
until the position is filled.

Applicants should submit the following documents electronically to

   - Cover letter explaining suitability for position
   - Current curriculum vitae
   - Three letters of reference
   - Samples of program development and evaluation
   - Samples of scholarship
   - Unofficial copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts

*We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will
receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran
status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA
Federal Contractor.*

Kathleen H. Corriveau
Peter Paul Assistant Professor
Human Development
Boston University School of Education
Boston, MA 02215
Office: 2 Silber Way, Room 240
Phone: 617-353-3259
Email: kcorriv@bu.edu
Lab: www.bu.edu/learninglab

Melissa Koenig
Associate Professor
Institute of Child Development
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN 55455

(o) 612-625-6251
Lab: http://www.cehd.umn.edu/icd/research/elel/default.html

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