Job duties include developing and maintaining a productive research program, seeking appropriate grant funding, mentoring graduate student research, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses on topics of social, cognitive, developmental psychology or quantitative methods, and collaborating with members of other departments and programs.
Seeking applicants with research interests connected to Human Stress and Resilience, who have research expertise that bridges between psychological and biological factors, and who can contribute to research on health disparities and underserved populations. Those with a lifespan, cognitive or social perspective are encouraged to apply. The successful applicant will contribute to Washington State University’s Research Collaborative for Addressing Health Disparities, which involves diverse faculty conducting research on human health and health disparities across biological, psychological, family and community levels.
The College of Arts and Sciences:
We are the largest academic unit in the WSU system and a powerhouse of research, scholarly, and creative activity.
Comprised of social, natural, and physical sciences, humanities, mathematics, and the arts, the college’s foundational disciplines provide a strong framework for educational and research activities across the institution and fully support the University’s goal to advance knowledge through innovative scholarship and research.
We are united by the spirit of inquiry, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence, and strengthened by our service to the community.