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Assistant Professor and Faculty Chair of Psychology and Human Relations

Trinity Washington University
Washington D.C.
paid monthly
Date posted
Oct 4, 2023

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Assistant Professor and Faculty Chair - Psychology and Human Relations



 Trinity in Washington, a comprehensive university in the nation’s capital, invites applications for a full-time faculty position at the assistant professor level in the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, beginning spring 2024.  This is a , non-tenure-track appointment. The successful candidate will serve as faculty chair for the Psychology and Human Relations programs for non-traditional (adult) students.

Trinity is one of the nation’s historic women’s colleges, now also a Predominantly Black and Hispanic Serving Institution. The School of Professional and Graduate Studies is co-educational and offers classes in the evenings and on weekends, both in-person and online. 

Trinity’s model of inclusive excellence pedagogy includes significant opportunities for mentoring as well as undergraduate research and experiential learning opportunities. Candidates for this faculty position should be able to demonstrate a clear ability to create and deliver high-impact learning experiences that engage students with the Washington regional community.

In addition to teaching and curricular development responsibilities, expectations for this position include hiring, scheduling, and supervising adjunct faculty in the programs. In addition, faculty engage in service to Trinity through participation and leadership in program development initiatives, creation of new courses and innovative pedagogies, participation in special projects of importance to the program and the university, work on accreditation activities, and participation on faculty committees.

QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a terminal degree in Psychology, Sociology, or a related field. Trinity particularly seeks candidates who have experience offering in-person courses as well as hybrid/online teaching. 

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application (no more than two pages) stating qualifications in relation to the requirements specified in this announcement, along with a complete c.v. to the "Apply" link where you will be redirected to the main application. 

The first interviews are virtual, second interviews require a full day on campus with a teaching demonstration.  Finalists must also provide transcripts, sample course syllabi, samples of professional work, and other examples that are evidence of the likelihood of successful teaching in Psychology at Trinity.

Trinity Washington University is dedicated to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its students, faculty, and staff. Trinity is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive community and strongly encourages all qualified individuals to apply.


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