[Rasch] Fwd: [DIVISION] Ed Psych, Measurement, & Evaluation asst/assoc. prof. position

Michael Lamport Commons commons at tiac.net
Wed Sep 7 11:15:37 EST 2011

My Best,

Michael Lamport Commons, Ph.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor

Department of Psychiatry
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Harvard Medical School
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Cambridge, MA 02138-1328

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Subject: 	[DIVISION] Ed Psych, Measurement, & Evaluation asst/assoc. 
prof. position
Date: 	Tue, 6 Sep 2011 17:28:14 -0400
From: 	Adam Winsler <awinsler at gmu.edu>
Reply-To: 	Adam Winsler <awinsler at gmu.edu>

> The University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human 
> Development's Educational Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation 
> (EPME) team is seeking an outstanding scholar to join their program. 
> Qualified candidates should have strong skills in quantitative methods 
> and data analysis, and have demonstrated experience in teaching 
> graduate-level survey courses in human development (both lifespan and 
> P-12).
> The Educational Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation (EPME) program 
> is based in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology 
> (ECPY). The department includes 16 faculty members and several 
> programs leading to Master's and Doctoral degrees in the areas of 
> Counseling Psychology, College Student Personnel, School Counseling, 
> Art Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling.
> The College of Education and Human Development embraces the mission of 
> the University and is committed to advancing the intellectual, 
> cultural, and economic development of our diverse communities and 
> citizens. Our mission includes advancing knowledge and understanding 
> across our disciplines and constituencies to develop leaders to inform 
> policy, improve practice, strengthen communities, address pressing 
> societal concerns, and develop the economic and social conditions and 
> resources required to continually improve the quality of life for all 
> in our community, the state of Kentucky, and the nation.
> The University of Louisville is an urban university with three 
> campuses and approximately 22,000 undergraduate and graduate students. 
> It is a vibrant and engaged campus community with many activities for 
> students, faculty, and staff. The university is ranked 12th nationally 
> for community engagement. To learn more about the University of 
> Louisville, visit our website, http://www.louisville.edu 
> <http://www.louisville.edu/>.
> Minimum Qualifications
> Well-qualified candidates should:
> --PhD in related field that has been earned prior to position start date;
> --have expertise in human development (broadly defined);
> --have strong quantitative skills;
> --have a strong potential for obtaining extramural funding;
> --have demonstrated a dedication to creating and enhancing 
> partnerships with school districts and organizations appropriate to 
> their fields;
> --be comfortable working in an interdisciplinary environment;
> --be committed to instructional excellence.
> Preferred Qualifications
> Applications are invited from academics whose teaching and research 
> interests extend or complement the existing strengths of the program. 
> However, priority will be given to excellence in scholarship (i.e., 
> publication, external funding potential, and demonstrated excellence 
> in program area) rather than specific research areas.
> Salary: Competitive, based upon qualifications and experience
> Appointment: 10-month with possibility of summer teaching
> Beginning Date: Fall 2012
> Application Deadline and Procedures
> Review of applications will begin September 30, 2011 and will continue 
> until the position is filled.
> Applicants may apply online at http://www.louisville.edu/jobs. Select 
> posting #27441 for Assistant/Assoc. Professor of Educational 
> Psychology. You will be asked to submit your curriculum vita and 
> complete self ID form on this site.
> The University of Louisville is an Affirmative Action, Equal 
> Opportunity, Americans with Disabilities Employer, committed to 
> diversity and in that spirit, seek applications from a broad variety 
> of candidates.
> -- 
> Jill L. Adelson, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor
> Educational Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation Program
> Educational and Counseling Psychology Department
> College of Education and Human Development
> University of Louisville
> *jill.adelson at louisville.edu <mailto:jill.adelson at louisville.edu> *


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