Nova Southeastern University
College of Psychology
The College of Psychology at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) encompasses three departments, which collectively house two Bachelor’s, four Master’s, a specialist, and three APA-accredited doctoral programs. In anticipation of growth in a number of programs, the College invites qualified applicants for several faculty positions. Candidates with specialization in neuropsychology, forensic psychology, behavioral theory, applied behavior analysis, statistics, and/or social psychology are especially encouraged to apply, although applicants with other areas of clinical or scholarly focus will also be considered.
Applicants will be reviewed for rank commensurate with experience and scholarship. The successful candidates are expected to have a commitment to excellence in teaching and mentoring of students. Additionally, they must be actively involved in scholarship, with expectations to maintain an ongoing program of research, publish, and supervise student research. A track record of, or potential to secure external funding to support research is desirable.
Faculty will teach core psychology courses, as well as electives in their own specialty areas. For the clinical psychology positions, faculty will also supervise doctoral psychology trainees in their clinical work. The forensic psychology positions include an administrative component relating to oversight of the forensic concentration in the clinical psychology programs, or overseeing the M.S. program in forensic psychology.
Nova Southeastern University is a not-for-profit university located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, approximately 25 miles north of Miami. NSU is proud of its U.S. Department of Education designation as a Hispanic-serving institution, and awards more doctoral and professional degrees to Hispanics and other minorities than any other university in the United States. NSU is also second in the U.S. for professional degrees awarded to African Americans. The College of Psychology places a high priority on the creation of an environment supportive of diversity in faculty and students, a core value of the university.
The complete job description may be found at https://psychology.nova.edu/faculty/positions.html. To apply, please go to www.nsujobs.com. Reference position #997516 (neuropsychology), #997183 (forensic psychology/forensic concentration program director), #992737 (forensic psychology/M.S. program director), #993015 (clinical/area of expertise open/background in behavioral theory preferred), #997273 (clinical/area of expertise open/background in statistics preferred), or #994885 (social psychology). Inquiries about the positions may be directed to Marie Stokes (firstname.lastname@example.org).