Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology
Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology

Assistant Professor, Quantitative/Methods

About this job: Assistant Professor, Non-Tenure Track, QUANTITATIVE/METHODS

University of Delaware - Psychological and Brain Sciences -   See this job on our site

Job is in: Newark, DE US

Contact: Beth Morling

Post Date: September 6, 2022
Job Starts: September 1, 2023
Application Deadline: October 20, 2022

The Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences ( in the College of Arts and Sciences seeks an Assistant Professor (Continuing Track) who is excited to regularly teach core undergraduate methods courses such as statistics, research methods, and/or advanced research methods. This is a teaching-focused faculty position, area open. The ideal candidate would design and teach quantitative courses that engage students in contemporary methodological and statistical practices. The ideal candidate will also be able to teach an undergraduate content course such as introductory psychology, developmental, social, cognitive, personality, or psychopathology. We seek a candidate who can contribute to the inclusive excellence mission of our university and who can help support and mentor a diverse student population. Our department is committed to providing quality undergraduate educational experiences within a research-focused department. As such, the candidate would join a department of 37 faculty members, 8 of whom are teaching and training-focused (continuing-track). The Continuing Track (CT) is UD’s permanent non-tenure track. CT faculty enjoy contracts that increase in length over time, as well as most of the same benefits as tenure-track and tenured faculty, such as identical titles, a parallel promotion and salary track, sabbaticals, and shared faculty governance. Read more at Successful candidates should show evidence that they are engaged in evidence-based and reflective teaching practices and are interested in a teaching-focused faculty career. The position permits candidates to pursue additional interests in scholarly research, teaching leadership, or scholarship in teaching and learning.