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Assistant Professor in School Psychology

Oklahoma State University - School of Teaching, Learning and Educational Sciences
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Posted Date
Jan 13, 2023

Oklahoma State University is accepting applicants for an Assistant Professor faculty position in School
Psychology within the School of Teaching, Learning and Educational Sciences in the College of
Education and Human Sciences, beginning August 2023.

The school psychology programs are in the School of Teaching, Learning, and Educational Sciences in
the College of Education and Human Sciences. There are eight complimentary program areas in the
School and approximately 40 faculty. The four core school psychology faculty in the school psychology
area offer and are responsible for an APA-accredited, NASP-approved Ph.D. program, a NASP-approved
Ed.S. program, and a BCBA certification track. The program, based upon the scientist-practitioner
training model, expects the successful candidate to demonstrate and influence the accomplishment of
this perspective to its students through research, teaching, and professional service. Candidates with this
point of view and some experience as a practitioner are encouraged to apply. Small cohorts of full-time
students are admitted annually to the programs and there is an identifiable group of energetic, curious,
and talented school psychology students resident on campus.

The successful candidate will value the Oklahoma State University land grant mission and embrace the
opportunity to make a positive impact on the community through high-quality and integrated teaching,
scholarship, and service. This faculty member will contribute to the program and the field of School
Psychology and will have opportunities to collaborate with nationally and internationally recognized
faculty in research and program development to increase the positive impact of the program on the state
of Oklahoma, the region, the nation, and the international world. Major responsibilities include:
● Teaching graduate courses in the School Psychology program area;
● Recruiting, advising, and mentoring graduate students;
● Scholarly productivity indicative of an assistant professor seeking tenure at an R1 institution.
● Providing service to departmental, college, and university committees, and participating in
professional organizations at local and national/international levels; and
● Collaborating with faculty in other programs across the campus and engaging in purposeful
University outreach to foster productive relationships with local communities.

● Ph.D. in School Psychology from an APA –accredited program;
● Record of scholarly productivity and evidence of emerging research agenda;
● Licensed or license-eligible through the Board of Examiners of Psychologists in Oklahoma;
● Strong working knowledge of various research methodologies;
● Ability to build productive professional relationships with public schools, colleges, and local
communities; and
● Evidence of professional service and of efforts in seeking external grant funding.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Benefits
include comprehensive medical and retirement plans.

APPLICATION INFORMATION: The process of reviewing applications will begin February 20, 2023, and
will continue until the position is filled (contingent upon available funding).

Search Chair: Dr. Gary Duhon can be reached at to answer any applicant

To apply, please visit and submit the following: a letter of application, curriculum
vita, and the names and complete contact information (phone, email, physical mailing address) of three
professional references. For assistance with your required materials, you may contact Lisa Baker, STLES
Administrative Associate, at

For more information about the School of Teaching, Learning & Educational Sciences, please visit our
website at For more information about the program or position,
contact search committee chair Dr. Gary Duhon at

About the University: Oklahoma State University, an R1 comprehensive land-grant institution (ranked
114th by NSF in Fall 2017) committed to strengthening its diversity, equity and inclusion. Enrollment at
OSU-Stillwater is approximately 23,000 students; the College of Education and Human Sciences includes
7 academic units, 172 faculty, and nearly 200 full-time staff. Additional information regarding the
College of Education and Human Sciences may be found at

About the Community: The University is located in Stillwater, Oklahoma, which is a micropolitan
community of approximately 49,000 people with high-quality amenities and a comparably low cost of
living. Oklahoma City and Tulsa are within a 1-hour drive, and cities such as Fayetteville, AR, Joplin, MO,
and Wichita, KS are within a comfortable 2-3-hour drive time of Stillwater. In addition to excellent
healthcare, education (public and private primary and secondary schools), and recreational services, the
community affords a rich variety of cultural activities typical of a major university environment, including
museums, music, art, and theater.

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