Clemson University: College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences: Psychology Health Psychology- Assistant/Associate Professor
Location: Brackett 418- Clemson University
Associate and Assistant Professors of Health Psychology:
Clemson's Department of Psychology invites applications for tenure-track faculty members. This search includes a cluster hire of three tenure-track faculty members who can further our growing emphasis in Health Psychology. The goal of this cluster hire is to create a cohort of faculty from diverse backgrounds whose scholarship focuses on health-related issues. For these positions, we are particularly interested in individuals with research interests in psychopathology, diversity/disparities in health, health and aging, addiction, neurobiology, or any other content areas within Health Psychology that can enhance our departmental expertise. One position will be filled at the Assistant Professor rank and the other two will be filled at either the Assistant or Associate Professor rank.
All positions will begin fall of 2022. The ideal candidates will have a strong research orientation with potential for extramural support, and a commitment to excellence in graduate and undergraduate education.
As a faculty member at Clemson University, you will be immersed into a community of scholars committed to fostering diversity and inclusive excellence. We are looking for people whose background or interests align with this commitment. Candidates are welcome to include a statement in this regard in their application.
Clemson University is an R1 Carnegie institution that is currently No. 29 in the US News and World Report ranking of the nation's top public universities. The campus is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near outstanding year-round recreational opportunities. The Department of Psychology is a research-oriented department with 35 full-time faculty, more than 1000 undergraduate majors and 40 graduate students (http://www.clemson.edu/cbshs/departments/psychology/). We currently have PhD programs in Human Factors Psychology (HF) and Industrial-Organizational Psychology (I-O), and an MS program in Applied Psychology. We are looking to develop a third PhD program in Health Psychology, and are seeking individuals who are dedicated to moving the department and university forward.
The ideal candidates will have a strong research orientation with potential for extramural support, and a commitment to excellence in graduate and undergraduate education. As a faculty member at Clemson University, you will be immersed into a community of scholars committed to fostering diversity and inclusive excellence. We are looking for people whose background or interests align with this commitment. Candidates are welcome to include a statement in this regard in their application.
Applications will be submitted through Clemson's Faculty job board: http://www.clemson.edu/employment/FacultyCareers/positions.html. Through this website, applicants will be required to submit their vita, a statement of research and teaching interests, and request three letters of reference. There will also be an option to add "additional documents" with the application. The search committee recommends that applicants provide up to 3 relevant publications.
Applications received by October 1st will be assured full consideration, but we will continue to monitor applications that are received after this deadline.
Additional questions concerning these positions can be sent to the chair of the search committee:
Health Psychology (co-chairs): Prof. Kaileigh Byrne (firstname.lastname@example.org); Prof. Heidi Zinzow (email@example.com)
Clemson University is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate against any person or group on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, pregnancy, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status or genetic information. Clemson University is building a culturally diverse faculty and staff committed to working in a multicultural environment and encourages applications from minorities and women.