[IPAC-List] Assistant Professor Position at Texas A&M

Winfred Arthur, Jr. w-arthur at tamu.edu
Mon Sep 21 22:25:01 EDT 2015

*Assistant Professor in Diversity Science*- Texas A&M University.As part 
of the continued initiative to build on existing research in diversity 
science across areas in psychology, the Department of Psychology 
(http://psychology.tamu.edu) at Texas A&M University invites 
applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the assistant 
professor level with research interests in diversity science, broadly 
construed, to begin Fall 2016.Thus, the Department seeks candidates with 
research interests in topic domains such as (but not limited to), the 
intersection of individual, team, group, organizational, and community 
factors with diversity factors such as race and ethnicity, age, sex and 
gender, religion, language, national origin, and culture, amongst 
others.This focus might include the creation, interpretation, and 
maintenance of group differences among individuals; the micro 
(individual, psychological), and macro (team, group, organizational, 
societal) consequences of group and subgroup distinctions and 
differences (real or otherwise); stereotype threat, test score 
differences, and the achievement gap; representation in STEM, and 
various other implications for cognitive, social, and organizational 
science.Candidates with strong quantitative skills are encouraged to 
apply. Successful applicants should have a strong record of research 
achievement (or potential) and evidence of, or demonstrated potential 
for, external funding.All candidates should have a strong commitment to 
undergraduate and graduate education; an interest and ability to teach 
graduate-level statistics courses would be considered to be an 
advantage.Successful applicants should be able to contribute to one or 
more existing departmental doctoral training areas (i.e., Behavioral and 
Cellular Neuroscience, Clinical, Cognitive, Developmental, 
Industrial/Organizational, and Social).A doctorate in psychology or a 
related field is required.Inquiries from prospective applicants may be 
directed to *Dr. Winfred Arthur, Jr*. (diversityscience at tamu.edu 
<mailto:diversityscience at tamu.edu>). For further information about 
faculty with interests in diversity science within the Psychology 
Department, and other relevant resources at Texas A&M, see 
should submit to *Dr. W**infred Arthur, Jr*. 
(diversityscience at tamu.edu): a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement 
of research, teaching, and service, and a list of three references 
including contact information. In the cover letter, we request that 
applicants address how their research in diversity science informs their 
approaches to teaching, service, and mentoring. Full consideration will 
be given to applications received by October 15, 2015. Applications 
received after that date may be considered until positions are filled. 
The Texas A&M University System is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has 
a policy of being res
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