The Department of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position beginning Fall semester 2022 (August 29, 2022). We are seeking scholars specializing in the application of psychological theory and methods to understand health equity and disparities in African American, Latinx/Hispanic, and/or Native American populations. We are particularly interested in scholars whose research addresses the promotion of physical health and/or the prevention and reduction of health disparities within these populations from an equity and justice framework. Read more about the position. Apply online via the University of Minnesota Employment System; reference job opening ID 342438.
The laboratories of Cheryl Olman and Audrey Sederberg at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, invite applications for a full-time Postdoctoral Associate. We are seeking scholars specializing in dynamical systems modeling of neuronal networks for work on a BRAIN Initiative-funded R01 in collaboration with Gordon Smith and Tay Netoff. Please apply by January 15, 2022, for full consideration. Apply online via the University of Minnesota Employment System ; reference job opening ID 344993.
Postdoctoral Traineeship in Genetic and Neurobehavioral Mechanisms of Addiction, its Risk Factors, and Consequences
The Department of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts is searching for a postdoctoral trainee as part of an NIH Training Grant (T32). Read more about the position and apply.
The Associate Director of Curriculum and Instruction (Education Program Specialist 1, 9745S1) implements the instructional mission of the Department of Psychology through curricular evaluation and planning, course scheduling, managing teaching appointments, instructor and graduate teaching assistant development, instructional budget management, teaching evaluation and development, and other instruction-related services. Review of applications begins after December 17, 2021. Apply online via the University of Minnesota Employment System ; reference job opening ID 344530.
The Graduate Program Assistant serves as staff support for three graduate areas in the Department of Psychology: Industrial/Organizational (I/O), Social, and Cognitive and Brain Sciences (CAB), as well as general graduate student services support. Position is responsible for the daily operations of these graduate programs and provides high quality service to prospective and current students, alumni, and leaders from a variety of different backgrounds in each. Position allows for hybrid work. Salary range, $39-52K, depending on qualifications and experience. Apply online via the University of Minnesota Employment System ; reference job opening ID 345548.