Associate Lecturer - School Psychology
College of Arts, Social Sciences & Humanities
The College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities ( CASSH )
includes departments and programs in the humanities, social
sciences and interdisciplinary studies, as well departments in the
School of Visual and Performing Arts ( VPA ). CASSH / VPA continues
the established liberal studies tradition of providing curricula
leading to the Bachelor of Arts or the Bachelor of Science
CASSH / VPA is dedicated to providing quality innovative
instruction and creative learning experiences which prepares
students for future careers and education. More broadly, such
learning allows students to continue to develop meaningful,
responsible lives. Graduates of the college will have developed the
ability to communicate effectively, to think critically, to conduct
sound research, to understand complex issues, to use knowledge in
all aspects of life, to participate meaningfully as global
citizens, and to discover and apply carefully considered
CASSH / VPA faculty and staff are committed to maintaining academic
integrity and high ethical standards. CASSH / VPA, through its
faculty, students, and curricula, also is dedicated to advancing
cultural diversity. Furthermore, by developing partnerships and
encouraging professional connections, the college works diligently
to establish its membership in the broader community.
The academic community within the College of Arts, Social Sciences,
and Humanities and School of Visual and Performing Arts supports a
strong general education program, nurtures exceptional disciplinary
programs, and creates innovative interdisciplinary and
international programs, which together promote lifelong personal
and professional learning for every individual who comes through
Under general supervision of the school psychology program
director, a person in this position is responsible for teaching
graduate courses in the school psychology program. In addition to
preparing for and holding classes [face-to-face, hybrid, and/or
online], teaching involves maintaining currency in the content area
related to the teaching assignment, evaluating students’ work,
assessing student outcomes, maintaining appropriate records, and
holding office hours. In addition, workload may involve advising
students and/or providing other service to the department. Other
duties may be assigned by the program director, chair or
The School Psychology Program invites applications from qualified
candidates to teach course(s) when the need arises due to staffing
changes or programmatic needs.
The School Psychology Program, based on components of the NASP
Practice Model, offers graduate psychology courses in areas
consistent with licensing expectations. Teaching assignments are
traditionally arranged for one term but can be renewed based on
The School Psychology Program is committed to being an inclusive
and supportive learning and teaching community and we encourage
applicants who enhance our commitment to these goals.
Positions for graduate school psychology courses require a Master’s
or Education Specialist Degree in school psychology or related area
and are licensed or licensed-eligible to practice as a school
Doctorate degrees are preferred. Additional criteria considered
upon review of applicants includes relevant teaching experience,
commitment to quality instruction, and/or professional experience
germane to the course content.
Academic (9 Mo)
Application process will consist of uploading a letter of
application with specific references to courses for which the
candidate is particularly qualified, a CV, and a contact
information document that includes the names, email addresses and
phone numbers for three current references.
Please contact the Search and Screen Chair if you have a special
need/accommodation to aid your participation in our hiring
Per UPS Operational Policy: TC 1, UW System requires reference
checks related to sexual harassment and sexual violence to be
conducted at a minimum with a final candidate’s most recent
employer and with all previous UW System institution and State of
Wisconsin agency employers from the past seven (7) years.
UW-La Crosse does not offer H-1B or other work authorization visa
sponsorship for this position. Candidates must be legally
authorized to work in the United States at the time of hire and
maintain work authorization throughout the employment term. If you
have questions regarding this, please contact Human Resources at
Position Contact Name
Dr. Robert J. Dixon, School Psychology Program Director
Position Contact Email
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violence to be conducted at a minimum with a final candidate’s most
recent employer and with all previous UW System institution and
State of Wisconsin agency employers from the past seven years. UW-L
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System Administrative Policy 1275)
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- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- Reference Contact Information