Posting Summary: The Psychology Department of Tennessee State University, an Historically Black University (HBCU), invites applications for a tenure-track assistant/associate professor position in Counseling Psychology to begin August 2021. The ideal candidate will be student-focused and will work collaboratively within a team of psychologists with a focus on our APA-accredited Ph.D. program in Counseling Psychology. They should be able to show evidence of strong skills in statistics and research methodology, as well as cultural competence. Priority will be given to candidates whose research and/or clinical work is social justice focused and demonstrates interest and/or experience in diverse, marginalized, or underrepresented populations. Applicants should document a current research program (or demonstrate the potential for developing such a program) and their experience supervising graduate students clinical and research work. Teaching responsibilities will primarily be graduate courses in counseling psychology based upon the candidate's areas of expertise and departmental need. The applicant should also indicate an enthusiasm for mentoring MS counseling psychology students, and teaching undergraduate psychology courses. Other responsibilities include supervision of theses, dissertations, and practicum, and service involvement at the department, college, university, professional, and public levels.
Internal Number: 220_56627
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Tennessee State University is committed to excellence and has been consistently listed in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Guide to America’s Best Colleges” for more than a decade. Founded in 1912, TSU is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant institution in Nashville, Tennessee. The university has been served by seven presidents, including Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover, who is currently serving as our eighth president.TWO CAMPUSESOur Nashville home offers two locations—the 500-acre main campus nestles in a beautiful residential neighborhood along the Cumberland River, and the downtown Avon Williams campus sits near the center of Nashville’s business and government district.