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Dear friends and colleagues:
I hope that all of you are staying well and healthy during this very challenging time.
I am emailing regarding 3 full-time assistant professor positions that have just opened up here at Roosevelt University in our psychology department, to start in August 2020. Two of the positions are full-time tenure-track positions in the area of clinical psychology: https://jobs.roosevelt.edu/postings/5232. One position is a non-tenure track position that emphasizes teaching and ‘professional practice’:https://jobs.roosevelt.edu/postings/5235
Given our university’s social justice mission, our university highly values diversity and working with/supporting people from marginalized/underrepresented backgrounds and community-based research and practice; thus, a clinical-community psychologist would be an excellent fit for the two tenure-track clinical psychology positions. Additionally, a community psychologist who engaged in community practice would be an excellent fit for the non-tenure track position; for this position, someone who had a more organizational background and experience with consultation, program evaluation, and other types of community practice work could be an excellent fit because they would be able to contribute to multiple programs in our department, including our undergraduate and I/O master’s program.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about these positions, about the university or our department.
Thank you, and please stay safe.
Susan R. Torres-Harding, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychology
President, APA Division 27: The Society for Community Research and Action
Director, PsyD program
430 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60605