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The University of Oregon’s Department of Psychology is establishing a new emphasis area in diversity science, hiring up to three tenure-track positions in psychology. We are committed to building an interdisciplinary diversity science cluster that is integrated with and across traditional areas in our department. Researchers from all areas of psychology conducting diversity science are welcome to apply, but there is a need for at least one of the three positions to be in clinical psychology or another closely related health services psychology discipline (i.e. counseling psychology; school psychology). Another of the three positions must be in developmental psychology, and is cross-referenced at this posting (please review for more details about that search; it is open to all areas of developmental psychology, with a strong interest in researchers engaged in developmental diversity science). Excellent candidates in diversity science will contribute to theoretically grounded, foundational research on topics such as (but not limited to) disparities in health and mental health, individual and community-based sources of resilience, development and socialization of identity and understandings of prejudice and discrimination, intergroup relations and conflict, or individual and structural bases of inequality. In addition, the clinical diversity science position will fill critical undergraduate and graduate teaching needs in the area of culture/ethnicity/race in mental health. At least two of the appointments will be at the Assistant Professor level, but one appointment may be at Associate/Full, and they will begin in Fall 2022.
Department or Program Summary
The primary goal of the Department of Psychology is to cover the entire field of basic psychological and clinically relevant research. Department faculty group themselves into four major areas: Clinical, Cognitive/Systems Neuroscience, Developmental, and Social/Personality. Our department values interdisciplinary collaborations and open science. We embrace basic as well as translational work with potential for societal impact. Applicants are strongly encouraged to address in their statements how they have pursued and/or plan to pursue these goals in their work.
The Department is committed to creating an inclusive community through its Committee for an Inclusive Community (CIC). The CIC is an organization within our department composed of graduate students, faculty and staff invested in the shared interest of a diverse and inclusive environment. Formed in 2012, the CIC’s advances its mission by: (1) providing opportunities for the Department to discuss diversity and inclusivity and integrate these values into our research, teaching, and mentorship; and (2) collaborating with additional campus resources (e.g., Center on Diversity and Community, VP of Equity and Inclusion). The department’s commitment to a new emphasis area in diversity science also aligns with university-wide strategic goals to promote excellence in diversity-related research and teaching, increase inclusiveness, and improve the climate for diverse faculty, staff, and students.
Review of applications will begin by October 1, 2021. All applications, including the cross-referenced posting in developmental psychology, will be reviewed by a single committee; thus, please only submit one application. Administrative questions can be sent to Sheila Keen firstname.lastname@example.org, and any other questions about the search can be sent to co-chairs, Maureen Zalewski email@example.com and Jennifer Pfeifer firstname.lastname@example.org. The positions will remain open until filled.
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