[xmca] Faculty position

From: Mike Cole (lchcmike@gmail.com)
Date: Wed Nov 09 2005 - 15:34:38 PST

One of these may be relevant to someone job hunting.

*GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY.* Three tenure-track positions, beginning
Fall, 2006. A doctorate in Psychology is required (candidates who have not
yet been awarded a doctorate must expect to complete their degree
requirements by Fall, 2006). We seek candidates whose background and
training provide concrete evidence that they will be excellent teachers,
researchers, and colleagues. All candidates should be qualified to teach
Introductory Psychology and Research Methods, in addition to courses in the
specialty area. We seek candidates whose interests and expertise complement
and supplement those of existing department members (see the department's
website at www.gvsu.edu/psych <http://www.gvsu.edu/psych>). In addition to
the three Psychology Department positions described below, the Statistics
Department invites applications from candidates with expertise in *quantitative
methodology* (including longitudinal analysis, factor analysis, path
analysis, or structural equation modeling) for a tenure-track position
within their department (the position announcement and application
information for the statistics position are available at

seek candidates with training and active research in biological psychology
and/or behavioral neuroscience, broadly defined. Specialized training and
active research can be in any appropriate subdiscipline, including (but not
limited to) physiological psychology, behavioral neuroscience,
neuropsychology, psychophysiology, developmental psychobiology, behavioral
endocrinology, psychopharmacology, or cognitive neuroscience. Candidates
should be well qualified to teach Physiological Psychology as well other
courses appropriate for the candidate's expertise and interests.

*DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY:* Assistant Professor. We seek candidates with
specialized training and active research in any area of developmental
psychology, including (but not limited to) infancy, childhood, adolescence,
adulthood, aging, developmental psychobiology, social development, or
cognitive development. Candidates should be well qualified to teach Child
Development and Lifespan Development, along with other courses in the
candidate's area of interest and expertise.

PSYCHOLOGY:* Assistant
Professor. We seek candidates who approach psychology from a
comparative/evolutionary perspective, broadly defined. Specialized training
and active research can be in any appropriate specialty, including (but not
limited to) animal communication, feeding/foraging, animal cognition,
ethological analysis, reproductive behavior and sexual behavior, parenting
behavior, animal or insect social systems, or behavior genetics. Candidates
should be well qualified to teach Comparative Psychology and other courses
in areas of candidate's interest and expertise.

Minority and women applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. All
candidates must be committed to undergraduate liberal education, with
research interests that can involve undergraduates. We are a dynamic,
growing, cohesive department whose faculty members have diverse research
interests. Laboratory facilities are excellent, as is computer support.
Grand Valley State University enrolls more than 22,000 students. The
attractive main campus is located 12 miles west of downtown Grand Rapids,
with additional facilities in downtown Grand Rapids and in Holland,

Apply online at www.gvsujobs.org <http://www.gvsujobs.org/>. If you have
questions about the online application or if you need assistance, phone our
Human Resources office at (616) 331-2215. A complete application will
include a letter of application, a statement of teaching interests, a
statement of research interests, and a curriculum vitae. The online
application will allow you to submit these documents electronically. The
letter of application should specify the particular position for which the
candidate is applying, and the letter should summarize the candidate's
qualifications for the position. Also required are three letters of
recommendation and representative reprints/preprints, which should be mailed
to the Psychology Search Committee, Psychology Department, 2229 AuSable
Hall, Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI 49401. Telephone: (616)
331-2195. Fax: (616) 331-2480. Applications will not be reviewed until they
are complete. Review of applications will begin *January 10, 2006, *and
applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Grand Valley
State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution.
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