Nova Southeastern University (NSU) - The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience invites qualified applicants for a full-time faculty position in psychology (Position #991670). Specialization is open, but we are especially interested in someone whose research program and teaching qualifications are in cognitive, social, or developmental psychology. Applicants will be reviewed for rank commensurate with experience and scholarship.
The successful candidates will have a commitment to excellence in both teaching and research. Faculty will teach in our undergraduate program as well as our master’s program in experimental psychology. The teaching load is contingent on research productivity and service activities. All candidates must be actively involved in scholarship with expectations to maintain an ongoing program of research and produce peer-reviewed publications. Research collaborations with students and faculty peers are encouraged. The most desirable candidates will have the potential for grant funding to support their research.
The Department is dedicated to the principles of excellence, equality, and respect for all individuals. We seek candidates with a commitment to promoting diversity, inclusion, and multicultural competence in an educational environment.
Nova Southeastern University is a not-for-profit university that meets the U.S. Department of Education’s criteria as a Hispanic-serving institution. NSU awards more doctoral and professional degrees to Hispanics and all minority groups combined than any other university in the United States. NSU is also second in the U.S. for professional degrees awarded to African Americans. The University and Department place a high priority on the creation of an environment supportive of diversity in faculty and students, a core value of the university. NSU is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, approximately 25 miles north of Miami.
The Department of Psychology and Neuroscience offers undergraduate degrees in psychology and neuroscience as well as master’s programs in experimental, general, and forensic psychology.