Kansas State University: INSTRUCTOR IN PERSONALITY-SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY. The Department of Psychological Sciences at Kansas State University expects to fill a 12-month instructor position beginning in August, 2014 contingent upon available funding. The teaching load will be four courses per semester, and teaching responsibilities will include undergraduate and graduate course in Personality Psychology, General Psychology, and other courses as needed. PhD degree is preferred, but ABD candidates will be considered. Candidates should have demonstrated excellence in teaching and be strongly committed to quality teaching in a research-based PhD-granting department in which faculty members teach, conduct research, and supervise graduate students. Information about the Department, its undergraduate and graduate programs, and faculty can be found at http://www.k-state.edu/psych/.
should email a curriculum vita, statement of teaching experiences and
interests, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of recommendation to firstname.lastname@example.org
(pdf format preferred). Review of
applications will begin on March 1, 2014 and will continue until the position
is filled. Inquiries may be addressed to
Mark Barnett (email@example.com), Department of Psychological Sciences, Kansas State
University, Manhattan, KS 66506. In
accordance with Kansas Board of Regents policy, the University is required to
run a background check on the final candidate.
Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively
seeks diversity among its employees.
Jennifer Lodi-Smith, Susan Krauss Whitbourne, and Erik Noftle are organizing the third annual preconference dedicated to lifespan development at SPSP, the Lifespan Social-Personality preconference.
The preconference will take place on February 13, 2004. We have organized three symposia, all of which we expect to be of great interest to ARP members. The first symposium is on personality development in late life, and will include talks by Jennifer Lay, Jenny Wagner, Nicholas Turiano, and Cornelia Wrzus. The second symposium is on moral and character development across the lifespan, and will include talks by Brent Roberts, Daniel Lapsley, Tobias Krettenauer, and Lauri Jensen-Campbell. The third symposium is on methods in lifespan social-personality psychology, and will include talks by Jon Adler, Josh Jackson, Jenn Lodi-Smith, and Jack McArdle. We are very pleased that Jutta Heckhausen has agreed to be the discussant to close the preconference.
The preconference will also include an open poster session. All registered attendees are welcome to bring posters of their research to share.
More information about the preconference is here: http://lodismith.canisiuspsychology.net/lspprecon.html
Registration is NOW OPEN!
Finally, we are delighted that ARP will be sponsoring the preconference this year! One feature of ARP sponsorship is that all students who are members of ARP will receive a $10 reduction in registration fees for the preconference!