Assistant Professor of School Psychology

The School of Graduate & Continuing Studies at Alfred University is delighted to announce a search for a full-time tenure track position in our APA-accredited PsyD and NASP-accredited specialist School Psychology Program. We are seeking a candidate to begin in August of 2024, at the Assistant Professor level. Information about the highly acclaimed programs within our division can be found at The salary range for this position is $48,000 to $55,000, depending on experience.

Specific duties and responsibilities will include: teaching graduate-level courses (9 credits per semester). Three credits of coursework each semester would be dedicated to supervising students in our campus­-based training clinic, the Child & Family Services Center. Faculty are also expected to advise graduate students, supervise doctoral dissertation committees, participate in administration and scoring of graduate qualifying exams, and to maintain a consistent and sustained record of peer-reviewed scholarship. Faculty will be expected to engage in graduate student recruitment and participate in a collegial manner in the life of the University through participation in program, division, school, and/or university service.

We seek candidates with an earned doctorate (by August 2024) in School, Counseling, or Clinical Psychology. The successful candidate will be licensed as a psychologist in NY or license eligible in NY, and capable of becoming licensed within two years of hire. The hallmark of an Alfred University education is excellent teaching and concern for the individual student. We seek candidates who demonstrate a commitment to this mission with a record or potential for excellence in teaching, supervising, and advising the next generation of school psychologists. Strong consideration will also be given to candidates who are interested in taking on the role of director of the Child & Family Services Center after becoming established in their faculty role within the division. Alfred University's school psychology program has a strong commitment to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in the field of school psychology, and strongly encourages candidates from diverse and minoritized backgrounds to apply.

For more than 50 years, Alfred University has prepared professional school psychologists for practice in schools and related child and family settings. The School Psychology program features a specialist-level program that is fully accredited by NASP, and a doctorate {Psy.D.) program that is fully accredited by APA The School Psychology program has a student-focused practitioner-scientist model and aims to prepare uniquely qualified health professionals who promote the learning, behavior, and mental health of children and youth.

The School Psychology program is part of Alfred University's School of Graduate & Continuing Studies, which is comprised of three divisions: Counseling & School Psychology {CSP), which houses on-campus graduate programs, AUNY, which houses graduate and undergraduate extension programs in Corning, NY and the Greater NYC area, and The Lea Powell Institute for Children and Families. The CSP division contains programs in School Counseling (MSEd/CAS), Mental Health Counseling (MSEd/CAS), School Psychology (MA/CAS/PsyD), and College Student Development {MSEd).

Founded in 1836, Alfred University is a private institution, the first co-educational college in the United States where women and men were offered the same academic programs. Alfred's enrollment includes approximately 1,600 undergraduate and 150 graduate full-time students and over 350 part-time graduate students in our extension programs across NY State. More than 50 academic and residential buildings are found on Alfred's 232-acre campus with another 400-acres of nearby recreational land. Alfred University offers a total academic immersion experience to its students with a typical student to faculty ratio of 13:7 across our 40 undergraduate majors and programs with an average class size of 18. Alfred is comprised of the College of Business, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Division of Performing Arts, lnamori School of Engineering, School of Art & Design and the School of Graduate and Continuing Studies.

Application material must include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, course evaluations where available and names, titles and contact information for three professional references. If you are unable to apply on line, please send to: Alfred University, Human Resources, One Saxon Drive, Alfred, NY 14802. For inquiries regarding the position, please contact Dr. Melissa Dudley, assistant professor and chair of the search committee at

Alfred University actively subscribes to a policy of equal employment opportunity, and will not discriminate against any employee, student or applicant because of race, age, sex, color, sexual orientation, gender identification or expression, physical or mental disability, religion, ancestry or national origin, marital status, genetic information, military or veteran status, domestic violence victim status, criminal conviction status, political affiliation or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Protected veterans, minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

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