Assistant Professor Position (tenure-track) at the University Of Rochester—Developmental Psychology.

Assistant Professor Position (tenure-track) at the University Of Rochester—Developmental Psychology. The Department of Clinical and Social Sciences in Psychology at the University of Rochester invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position. The Developmental Psychology program is seeking a Ph.D. in developmental psychology or human development with an interest in social, emotional, or social-cognitive development.   

The University of Rochester is a distinguished research university, and the Department of Clinical and Social Sciences in Psychology is known for its scholarly excellence. It offers a collegial atmosphere, outstanding opportunities for developing a research program, highly ranked doctoral programs, and a very active undergraduate major. The department currently includes 15 full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty members in Developmental, Clinical, and Social-Personality Psychology. There is excellent collaboration among faculty across the different areas and close ties to other groups in the University, particularly in Pediatrics, Education, Psychiatry, Nursing, Medicine, and Brain and Cognitive Sciences. For further information please see our website: www.psych.rochester.edu.

Successful candidates will be expected to establish an outstanding research program and demonstrate a commitment to teaching excellence at the undergraduate and graduate levels.  Applicants should submit materials outlining research and teaching interests and experience, a curriculum vitae, representative publications and preprints, and arrange for three or more letters of recommendation, via the following website: www.rochester.edu/faculty-recruiting. Review of applications will begin immediately; for full consideration, all materials should be submitted by October 15.

The University of Rochester, an Equal Opportunity Employer, has a strong commitment to principles of diversity and, in that spirit, actively encourages applications from groups underrepresented in higher education.