The Psychology Department at Stonehill College invites applicants for two tenure track assistant professor appointments in Psychology to begin July 2023. The first position will be in the area of Multicultural Psychology. We seek applicants who have completed a Ph.D. in psychology with some specialization related to multiculturalism and diversity science. Priority will be given to applicants whose research focuses on race/ethnicity, psychological dimensions of prejudice, discrimination, racial justice, and/or racism-related disparities. Applicants may hold a Ph.D. in various areas of psychology, so long as they have an established line of research inquiry related to diversity, preferably with an intersectional focus. Teaching responsibilities include a course on Multicultural Psychology, courses in the applicant’s area of specialty, as well as other departmental courses.
The second tenure track position is in the area of Social Psychology. We seek applicants who have completed a Ph.D. in social psychology, area of specialty open, but priority is given to those specializing in Forensic/Legal Psychology, Stereotyping and Prejudice, Intergroup Conflict, or Social Neuroscience. Teaching responsibilities include a course on Social Psychology, courses in the applicant’s area of specialty, as well as other departmental courses.
Both positions would be a 3:3 teaching load and would include additional responsibilities of initiating and/or maintaining a research program. The best applicants should be committed to excellence in teaching, advising, and mentoring undergraduates in research. The successful candidate will also have a strong commitment to diversity and issues of intersectionality in areas of teaching, research, and mentoring. Experience mentoring and supporting students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds (first-generation, BIPOC, LGBTQ+, minority religion, etc.) is also preferred. Both newly hired faculty members will join a department of 11 full-time faculty with a wide range of disciplinary expertise and a commitment to fostering diversity among faculty and students. The department also prides itself on supporting each other and supporting a quality work-life balance for all.
Instructions to Applicants: Interested candidates should submit online a letter of application, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy and experience, a diversity and inclusion statement, and a brief description of the proposed research plan that includes how students will be engaged in the research. Three recommendation letters are also required, and each should be submitted online by the reference. Submit required documentation via the URL link:
Applications should be submitted by September 16th, 2022. Please email inquiries about the Multicultural Psychology Position to Jane Nash, Chair of the Search Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please email inquiries about the Social Psychology Position to Nicole Capezza, Chair of the Search Committee at email@example.com.
Stonehill College is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity. We strongly encourage applications from those who will enrich the diversity of the campus community.
Stonehill College: Founded by the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1948, Stonehill is a private Catholic college located just 22 miles from downtown Boston on a beautiful 384-acre campus in Easton, Massachusetts. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 13:1, the College engages its 2,350+ students in 80+ rigorous academic programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and pre-professional fields.
Faithful to the Holy Cross tradition in education, Stonehill College is committed to developing the moral, spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social competencies of its students and seeks to build and sustain a campus community that embraces diversity and inclusion in its teaching, learning, living, and working. Stonehill values the diversity of persons, opinions, and cultural and religious perspectives. In fulfillment of its motto, Lux et Spes (“Light and Hope”), the College cultivates in its students the competence to think, act, and lead with courage towards creating a more just and compassionate world.