Tenure Track Faculty - Social Networks - Department of Human Development
The Department of Human Development in the College of Human Ecology (http://www.human.cornell.edu/hd/) seeks applicants for an open tenure-track professor position in the area of Social Networks to begin July 1, 2017. This position extends a major building program in the Department that has resulted in eight significant hires in recent years. The Department has a broad base in normative developmental psychology and sociology that includes social, personality, cognitive, emotional, and biological domains. In addition, the Department has six particularly strong emphases that cut across these content domains: (1) Aging & Health, (2) Cognitive Development, (3) Culture & Diversity, (4) Neuroscience, (5) Law, Psychology, & Human Development, (6) Social & Personality Development. Individuals whose work encompasses at least two of these areas are of particular interest. The department also maintains significant research bridges with the Medical campus in New York City.
Responsibilities include teaching three courses per year (typically two undergraduate and one graduate), supervising student research, and maintaining a rigorous, highly productive program of empirical research that maintains and builds the department's international reputation.
PhD or MD;
Demonstrated research excellence in areas including, but not limited to Aging and Health, Cognitive Development, Culture & Diversity, Neuroscience, Law, Psychology & Human Development, Social & Personality Development;
Interest or experience in teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels;
Research excellence should be demonstrated by a strong record of publication in recognized journals in the field and a history of externally supported research, commensurate with rank
For consideration, please upload vita, statement of research and teaching interests, three representative publications, and three letters of reference in Academic Jobs Online www.academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/7264.
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