The Department of Psychology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks invites applicants for a bi-partite non-tenure track position at the Assistant Professor level to begin August 2019. We have a particular need for candidates with experience in teaching both in-class and online courses with a multicultural proficiency and an ability to teach across multiple areas of psychology. The University of Alaska has instituted promotion guidelines for non-tenure track faculty positions.
The UAF Psychology Department is a dynamic group of faculty with a commitment to multicultural perspectives who place a high priority on creating an environment supportive of the promotion of ethnic minorities, women, and persons with disabilities. Our undergraduate program is one of the largest at UAF, a small research university with a Carnegie RU/H classification that is ranked in the top 20 of small research universities by Academic Analytics. Our program offers a new and growing online undergraduate degree program, and we are seeking applicants interested in becoming an integral part of this growth. Our undergraduate curriculum is designed to develop critical thinking, honor diversity, and promote human welfare. Psychology majors enjoy opportunities for participation in undergraduate research as well as community-based learning experiences. We seek applicants who can add to the breadth and diversity of our program, while expanding in-class and out-of-class opportunities for psychology students.
Qualifications: Doctorate in psychology (at time of appointment). Applicants with master’s degree in psychology will be considered if accompanied by ten years of teaching experience. Preference will be given to candidates with experience or interest in working with diverse populations, such as Indigenous peoples.
If you’re interested, apply now! Review will begin January 14 and continue until the position is filled. If you have difficulties with the application please contact UAF Human Resources at (907) 474-7700.