mercredi 16 mars 2016

Visiting Professorship (open rank) position in Animal Behavior (2016-7) at Hunter College, Dept. of Psychology, City University of New York

We seek a full time Visiting Professor (open rank, non tenure-track) of Psychology in Animal Behavior and Conservation for the 2016-7 academic year at Hunter College. The appointee will teach undergraduate and graduate courses in animal behavior, comparative cognition, and conservation. This faculty member will also coordinate Master’s student research placement and help to supervise students in the Animal Behavior and Conservation MA program ( We seek an individual with a strong commitment and ability to work with diverse student populations.

The successful candidate will be expected to conduct her/his own research and participate in scholarly activity. This position has a teaching load of 21 credits with research productivity and allocation for mentoring of research and thesis students included as part of this teaching load.

Requirements: A doctorate in Psychology, Biology, or related discipline, a record of scholarly productivity, three years of teaching experience as an instructor of record, and the ability to teach a variety of courses in comparative psychology are required.  Experience in mentoring students and working with educational technology is desired.

To Apply: Please send your CV, the names and email contacts of 3 potential referees, and a statement of teaching and research interests as a single PDF file to Review of applications will begin on April 1, 2016 on a rolling basis.