Purdue College of Education invites applicants for faculty positions in Counseling Psychology

Clinical Assistant Professor positions announced in Counseling Psychology

The Department of Educational Studies at Purdue University invites applications for appointment to two non-tenure positions at the level of Clinical Assistant Professor and Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor in Counseling Psychology in the following areas:

These are 10-month, non-tenure positions with a starting date of August 2022.

About the Counseling Psychology Program: The Counseling Psychology program is committed to the scientist-practitioner model of training wherein professional psychologists are prepared to integrate theory, research, and practice in their practice as agents of knowledge development and change in a diverse society. The program prioritizes research, with students obtaining research, presentation, and publication experiences. The program incorporates diversity, focusing on contextually relevant skills in assessment and intervention with multicultural populations. The program also emphasizes an energetic and collaborative learning atmosphere. For more information about the Counseling Psychology Program, see https://www.education.purdue.edu/graduate-students/prospective-students/graduate-programs/counseling-psychology/

Inquiries about the Clinical Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology position may be directed to Dr. Eric Deemer (edeemer@purdue.edu).

Inquiries about the Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology position may be directed to Dr. Eric Deemer (edeemer@purdue.edu).

Purdue University is an EOE/AA employer. All individuals, including minorities, women, individuals with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.