The Department of Psychology in the Division of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) at Morehouse College is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor or Associate Professor position in Psychology (open sub-discipline) with employment beginning August 1, 2023.
The Danforth Endowed Chair in Psychology position includes a competitive salary and benefits in addition to funds for professional development, programming, and course release time. Candidates may apply at the tenure-track Assistant Professor or Associate Professor level. The minimum qualifications are a Ph.D. in Psychology, at least two years of teaching experience, and at least three years of research experience.
Qualified candidates should demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence and possess a research portfolio that may include evidence of active research, funded grants, publications, or career awards. Successful candidates will be expected to teach a 2/2 course load that may consist of various courses in their sub-discipline in addition to teaching a course in research methods & statistics. Candidates must actively engage in research, demonstrate the ability to establish a rigorous research program, secure program funding, supervise undergraduate student research, provide students with academic advisement, and participate in the life and culture of the department.
Morehouse College has been ranked as the #1 producer of Black men who earn doctorate degrees and the #1 producer of Rhodes scholars. The Department of Psychology is the 4th largest major in the Division of STEM. Candidates must be committed to the College and the STEM Division’s missions to increase and broaden the intellectual competency of students and help develop future leaders who are innovators and problem solvers capable of effectively addressing global problems that affect modern society. Candidates who apply are asked to identify their strengths and experiences in assisting Black men and men of color from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds to accomplish curricular goals. The successful candidate will be expected to support the College’s general education curriculum.