Successful candidates will be committed to undergraduate education as well as their own professional development as teacher-scholars. The successful candidate will demonstrate potential for teaching excellence, engage in scholarly work in their field, be eager to mentor undergraduates in research, participate in departmental academic advising, and contribute to service in the department and across campus.
Teach six courses per year, including Introduction to Neuroscience and an upper-level course in their area of expertise.
Engage in scholarly work in the field and mentor undergraduates in research.
Participate in departmental and campus-wide service.
Collaborate with faculty in Biology, Philosophy, and other related fields to strengthen an interdisciplinary minor related to Neuroscience.
A Ph.D. in Psychology, Neuroscience, or a related field is required; ABD candidates who expect to complete their degree by Fall 2019 will be considered. Area of specialization is open.
To apply, candidates should submit a letter of interest, a curriculum vitae, statements of research and teaching interests, and three letters of recommendation. Finalists will be asked to provide publications and evidence of teaching effectiveness.
Internal Number: 1387
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Located in southeastern Pennsylvania, Elizabethtown College offers its 1,900 students more than 53 academic programs in the liberal arts, sciences and professional studies. Driven by its commitment to “Educate for Service,” Elizabethtown centers learning in strong relationships, links classroom instruction with experiential learning, emphasizes international and cross-cultural perspectives and nurtures the capacity for lives of purpose and leadership as global citizens. For more information, consult http://www.etown.edu