Adjunct Faculty for PGS – Psychology
Trinity Washington University is seeking highly qualified adjunct faculty to teach psychology courses in the Professional & Graduate School (PGS), which serves non-traditional adult-undergraduate students. The following courses are highlighted: Physiological Psychology, Experimental Psychology, and the Psychology Capstone. All courses are currently meeting in a virtual/online format but may move to hybrid and/or in-person in the future. Teaching begins in summer 2022.
QUALIFICATIONS: We are looking for applicants with the following credentials
- Ph.D. or PsyD in physiological, neuro or experimental psychology (if the doctorate is in neuropsychology or experimental psychology, an emphasis on physiology must be evident – applied or research),
- Evidence of teaching at the post-secondary level (working with non-traditional students is strongly desired),
- Willingness to teach “virtually/online,” hybrid, or in-person,
- Ability to collaborate with colleagues,
- Able to assist students with synthesizing and evaluating complex information,
- Strong oral and written communication skills, and
- Ability to provide students with constructive and timely feedback
Official transcripts for all degrees earned and a resume/CV that includes teaching effectiveness must be submitted for the initial review. In addition, if the candidate is invited for an interview and teaching demonstration, contact information for three professional references will be requested. Preference is given to candidates who demonstrate excellence with engaged and active learning practices in the classroom.
Interested candidates should submit their credentials to the “Apply Here Now” link below where you will be re-directed to our online application.
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