December 16, 2005

Faculty Info

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
College of Education and Human Development
Department of Educational Psychology

Position Announcement: Associate or Full Professor with a background in counseling, clinical, or school psychology.

The Counseling Psychology Program in the Department of Educational Psychology is recruiting for a tenure-track position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. We are seeking a colleague who is interested in providing leadership in our efforts to build a nationally visible training and research program. We are most interested in candidates who have a strong record in obtaining funded research. Candidates will likely have a background in clinical, counseling, or school psychology, or related mental health area and will be licensed or license eligible in the state of Texas.

The faculty member filling this position will be joining an institution committed to growth and excellence. Texas A&M University is a Land Grant/Sea Grant/Space Grant, Research I institution that ranks in the top 10 nationally in categories such as: extramural research funding, student enrollment, and level of endowment. The institution is undertaking an unprecedented University-wide investment that will add 450 new faculty members at Texas A&M University. The university has also recently established the Mexican American/Latino Research Center (MALRC), the only Latino-focused research center in the state of Texas.

The College of Education and Human Development currently has 9 endowed chairs, and is implementing a strategic plan to elevate and support faculty research, strengthen undergraduate and graduate education, and increase diversity among faculty, staff, and students. The Department of Educational Psychology was ranked 16th among educational psychology programs nationally in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of graduate programs. The department has 330 graduate and 380 undergraduate students, approximately 30% of whom are racial/ethnic minorities. Faculty members in the Department have secured approximately $5 million in annual external funding with the Counseling Psychology faculty securing about 1.5 million. The department is editorial home to the American Educational Research Journal, one of the leading research journals in the nation. Department faculty provide leadership to the College and University related to international education issues, including establishing education partnerships in Europe, Central America, and the Middle East.

The Counseling Psychology Faculty are committed to building an excellent, nationally visible research and training program connecting mental health issues to minority youth, families, schools, and communities. The two professional psychology programs in the Department of Educational Psychology (Counseling Psychology and School Psychology) are APA accredited and often produce the largest number of Latino doctorates in professional psychology nationally. We are seeking a faculty colleague who will enhance our current research efforts to focus on current pressing research needs that address mental health issues in schools, communities, families, and youth, and whose research passions and expertise will advance the knowledge base in reducing/eliminating health care and educational attainment disparities in children, youth, and families. We encourage applicants with well-defined or emerging programs of research in mental health and/or educational issues with children, youth, or families to apply. We have excellent working relationships with the statistical methodologists in the department.

Responsibilities

Teach, mentor, and supervise graduate students.
Develop a successful program of research in a well-defined area addressing mental health, health, or educational issues related to youth, families, schools, communities, and/or minority populations that are of national concern.
Publish regularly and provide service to the profession.
Secure external funding for the support of related research, and outreach efforts.
Work collaboratively with colleagues to extend our efforts.

Qualifications

Earned doctorate in Clinical, Counseling, School Psychology or a closely related field.
Evidence of significant research activities.
Evidence of success in securing external research funding.
Commitment to teaching, mentoring, and supervising graduate students.
Commitment to teaching and research focused on mental health issues related to youth, families, schools, communities, and/or minority populations.
Commitment to collegiality and collaboration.
Appointment

Nine-month tenure-track appointment beginning September 2006. Tenure may be granted to qualified individuals at time of appointment. Salary and start-up package is competitive and commensurate with rank, qualifications, and program of research.

Application

Applicants should submit a letter of application documenting qualifications for the position, current curriculum vita, up to three preprints or reprints representative of scholarly publications, and names and contact information for three academic references. Review of applications will begin January 16, 2006, and continue until the position is filled. Please address inquiries to Dr. Dan Brossart, Search Committee Chair (email: brossart@tamu.edu or phone: 979-862-4657). Send all materials to:

Cathy Watson
Department of Educational Psychology
704 Harrington Tower
4225 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4225
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Texas A&M University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a climate that affirms diversity of both persons and views, including differences in race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, socioeconomic background, religion, sexual orientation, and disability.

Posted by kenne064 at 11:47 AM

September 23, 2005

Faculty Info

Tenure-Track Position in COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY at ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY.

With the move of two senior scholars into College/University administration, ASU seeks a senior faculty scholar at the associate level to have joint appointments in the Counselor Education master’s program (CACREP accredited) and the Counseling Psychology doctoral program (APA accredited). Specific areas of research, teaching and practice are open. Required qualifications include: (a) a doctorate in Counseling Psychology or Counselor Education; (b) an active research program with a record of publication appropriate to rank and professional affiliation; (c) evidence of excellent/good teaching experience appropriate to rank; and (d) the ability to supervise theses/dissertations. Desired qualifications include: (a) completion of post-doctoral experience or other requirements for licensure eligibility in Arizona; (b) evidence of multicultural interest; and/or (c) record of successful funding for research and/or training.

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin November 15, 2005 and will continue to be reviewed on the 1st and 15th of each month thereafter until the search is closed. Candidates must send: 1) a letter of interest outlining their qualifications; 2) vita, 3) three publications and; 4) names and contact information for three references to: Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology Search Committee, Division of Psychology in Education, P.O. Box 870611, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 85287-0611. FAX: 480-965-0300.

Arizona State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

A criminal and employment history background check will be performed prior to employment offer.

******************** Please visit the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs site at http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/ccptp/ for CCPTP policy and procedures and http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html for links to APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Programs.
An oral history of CCPTP can be found at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/ccptp.html

Address changes or deletions can be done by sending mail to LISTSERV@LSV.UKY.EDU with the text of UNSUB CCPTP

Subscribing to CCPTP may be completing by following the directions at the bottom of http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html

******************************************************************

Dear Colleagues,

Our Academic Vice President has ask us to contact colleagues to see if you might recommend an outstanding candidate, yourself included, of course, for the position of Dean, Arts and Sciences, here at St. Thomas.

Here is a note from the VP-

We are entering a critical phase in the search for the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Over the summer, I wrote to the presidents and provosts of the top 50 liberal arts colleges in the US and of 50 Catholic colleges and universities. We have placed ads in a number of print and on-line publications. During the month of September, our ad will appear twice in the Chronicle.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­___________________

I have attached the description below –

DEAN, COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

University of St. Thomas

St. Paul, Minnesota


The University of St. Thomas seeks nominations and applications for the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. UST is committed to teaching excellence and vibrant faculty scholarship. Growth and diversification over the last decade offers an excellent opportunity for a dean with vision and energy to exercise creative leadership. The college, through its 247 full-time faculty, provides the core curriculum for the university’s 5,000 undergraduates and offers nearly 60 majors in twenty-five academic departments. The College also offers master’s programs in English, Art History, Music and Catholic Studies.

The University of St. Thomas is Minnesota’s largest private university, with a combined undergraduate and graduate enrollment of just over 11,000 students. A Catholic and urban university, St. Thomas seeks to develop morally responsible individuals who combine career competency with cultural awareness and intellectual curiosity. As the university continues to develop outstanding regionally and nationally recognized academic programs and support services, it seeks to strengthen its ties to the local community, particularly the ethnically diverse cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. In the words of our mission statement, the College seeks to educate students “to become morally responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely, and work skillfully to advance the common good.”

The college is committed to a core liberal arts foundation, to the integration of the liberal arts and career education, and to the spiritual, intellectual, ethical and social development of all students, preparing them to meet the challenges of our globally interdependent society. Over 50% of undergraduates study internationally in short-term or semester-long programs. The college increasingly emphasizes interdisciplinary collaboration, community-based learning, and faculty-student research collaboration through multiple strategies of student engagement and inquiry-based learning

In collaboration with the faculty and staff, the dean is responsible for developing and implementing a compelling vision in support of the missions of the university and the college. The dean is responsible for fostering excellence in teaching, scholarly activity and professional engagement and service. As the university enters planning for a capital campaign, the dean will be a leader in the fund-raising outreach on behalf of the liberal arts. Given the increasing diversity of the region primarily served, the dean must be prepared to be a leader in developing programs and recruitment strategies that will more fully embrace diversity on campus.

The dean, who reports directly to the Executive Vice President & Chief Academic Officer, interacts extensively with the administration, the faculty, students and the community. The dean is responsible for facilitating curriculum development; for promoting faculty achievement; for fiscal planning, development and management; and, as part of the community of deans, for contributing to university-wide strategic planning. Academic qualifications commensurate with appointment as a tenured full professor in an arts and sciences discipline are required. The successful candidate must demonstrate evidence of creativity and accomplishment, employ a collaborative management style, and be able to support enthusiastically the mission of the university.

Applicants should electronically submit a letter of application (refer to position #102003), a resume/curriculum vita, and names of three references at: www.stthomas.edu/hr, or mail to: Search Chair, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of St. Thomas, Mail #AQU217, 2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105. Review of applications will begin October 10th, 2005.

The University of St. Thomas is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. Women, persons of color, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply

The position will be advertised in the Chronicle shortly.

In the meantime, if you do know a person you would highly recommend for this position, would you please back channel it to me and I will pass it on to the Academic Vice President – I believe the plan is that that person would then be contacted to see if he or she is interested in the position perhaps a personal letter. I’m not sure about the process at that point.

In any case, that’s in advance for any help you might provide.

Dave Welch

David Welch, Ed.D., LP, ABPP

Dean, Graduate School of Professional Psychology

University of St. Thomas, Rm 451, TMH

1000 LaSalle Ave.

Minneapolis, MN 55403-2005

651-962-4663

******************** Please visit the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs site at http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/ccptp/ for CCPTP policy and procedures and http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html for links to APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Programs.
An oral history of CCPTP can be found at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/ccptp.html

Address changes or deletions can be done by sending mail to LISTSERV@LSV.UKY.EDU with the text of UNSUB CCPTP

Subscribing to CCPTP may be completing by following the directions at the bottom of http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html ******************** Please visit the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs site at http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/ccptp/ for CCPTP policy and procedures and http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html for links to APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Programs.

An oral history of CCPTP can be found at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/ccptp.html

Address changes or deletions can be done by sending mail to LISTSERV@LSV.UKY.EDU with the text of UNSUB CCPTP

Subscribing to CCPTP may be completing by following the directions at the bottom of http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html ******************** Please visit the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs site at http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/ccptp/ for CCPTP policy and procedures and http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html for links to APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Programs.

An oral history of CCPTP can be found at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/ccptp.html

Address changes or deletions can be done by sending mail to LISTSERV@LSV.UKY.EDU with the text of UNSUB CCPTP

Subscribing to CCPTP may be completing by following the directions at the bottom of http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html

Posted by kenne064 at 3:09 PM

December 16, 2005

Faculty Info

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
College of Education and Human Development
Department of Educational Psychology

Position Announcement: Associate or Full Professor with a background in counseling, clinical, or school psychology.

The Counseling Psychology Program in the Department of Educational Psychology is recruiting for a tenure-track position at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. We are seeking a colleague who is interested in providing leadership in our efforts to build a nationally visible training and research program. We are most interested in candidates who have a strong record in obtaining funded research. Candidates will likely have a background in clinical, counseling, or school psychology, or related mental health area and will be licensed or license eligible in the state of Texas.

The faculty member filling this position will be joining an institution committed to growth and excellence. Texas A&M University is a Land Grant/Sea Grant/Space Grant, Research I institution that ranks in the top 10 nationally in categories such as: extramural research funding, student enrollment, and level of endowment. The institution is undertaking an unprecedented University-wide investment that will add 450 new faculty members at Texas A&M University. The university has also recently established the Mexican American/Latino Research Center (MALRC), the only Latino-focused research center in the state of Texas.

The College of Education and Human Development currently has 9 endowed chairs, and is implementing a strategic plan to elevate and support faculty research, strengthen undergraduate and graduate education, and increase diversity among faculty, staff, and students. The Department of Educational Psychology was ranked 16th among educational psychology programs nationally in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of graduate programs. The department has 330 graduate and 380 undergraduate students, approximately 30% of whom are racial/ethnic minorities. Faculty members in the Department have secured approximately $5 million in annual external funding with the Counseling Psychology faculty securing about 1.5 million. The department is editorial home to the American Educational Research Journal, one of the leading research journals in the nation. Department faculty provide leadership to the College and University related to international education issues, including establishing education partnerships in Europe, Central America, and the Middle East.

The Counseling Psychology Faculty are committed to building an excellent, nationally visible research and training program connecting mental health issues to minority youth, families, schools, and communities. The two professional psychology programs in the Department of Educational Psychology (Counseling Psychology and School Psychology) are APA accredited and often produce the largest number of Latino doctorates in professional psychology nationally. We are seeking a faculty colleague who will enhance our current research efforts to focus on current pressing research needs that address mental health issues in schools, communities, families, and youth, and whose research passions and expertise will advance the knowledge base in reducing/eliminating health care and educational attainment disparities in children, youth, and families. We encourage applicants with well-defined or emerging programs of research in mental health and/or educational issues with children, youth, or families to apply. We have excellent working relationships with the statistical methodologists in the department.

Responsibilities

Teach, mentor, and supervise graduate students.
Develop a successful program of research in a well-defined area addressing mental health, health, or educational issues related to youth, families, schools, communities, and/or minority populations that are of national concern.
Publish regularly and provide service to the profession.
Secure external funding for the support of related research, and outreach efforts.
Work collaboratively with colleagues to extend our efforts.

Qualifications

Earned doctorate in Clinical, Counseling, School Psychology or a closely related field.
Evidence of significant research activities.
Evidence of success in securing external research funding.
Commitment to teaching, mentoring, and supervising graduate students.
Commitment to teaching and research focused on mental health issues related to youth, families, schools, communities, and/or minority populations.
Commitment to collegiality and collaboration.
Appointment

Nine-month tenure-track appointment beginning September 2006. Tenure may be granted to qualified individuals at time of appointment. Salary and start-up package is competitive and commensurate with rank, qualifications, and program of research.

Application

Applicants should submit a letter of application documenting qualifications for the position, current curriculum vita, up to three preprints or reprints representative of scholarly publications, and names and contact information for three academic references. Review of applications will begin January 16, 2006, and continue until the position is filled. Please address inquiries to Dr. Dan Brossart, Search Committee Chair (email: brossart@tamu.edu or phone: 979-862-4657). Send all materials to:

Cathy Watson
Department of Educational Psychology
704 Harrington Tower
4225 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4225
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Texas A&M University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a climate that affirms diversity of both persons and views, including differences in race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, socioeconomic background, religion, sexual orientation, and disability.

Posted by kenne064 at 11:47 AM

September 23, 2005

Faculty Info

Tenure-Track Position in COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY at ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY.

With the move of two senior scholars into College/University administration, ASU seeks a senior faculty scholar at the associate level to have joint appointments in the Counselor Education master’s program (CACREP accredited) and the Counseling Psychology doctoral program (APA accredited). Specific areas of research, teaching and practice are open. Required qualifications include: (a) a doctorate in Counseling Psychology or Counselor Education; (b) an active research program with a record of publication appropriate to rank and professional affiliation; (c) evidence of excellent/good teaching experience appropriate to rank; and (d) the ability to supervise theses/dissertations. Desired qualifications include: (a) completion of post-doctoral experience or other requirements for licensure eligibility in Arizona; (b) evidence of multicultural interest; and/or (c) record of successful funding for research and/or training.

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin November 15, 2005 and will continue to be reviewed on the 1st and 15th of each month thereafter until the search is closed. Candidates must send: 1) a letter of interest outlining their qualifications; 2) vita, 3) three publications and; 4) names and contact information for three references to: Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology Search Committee, Division of Psychology in Education, P.O. Box 870611, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 85287-0611. FAX: 480-965-0300.

Arizona State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

A criminal and employment history background check will be performed prior to employment offer.

******************** Please visit the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs site at http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/ccptp/ for CCPTP policy and procedures and http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html for links to APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Programs.
An oral history of CCPTP can be found at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/ccptp.html

Address changes or deletions can be done by sending mail to LISTSERV@LSV.UKY.EDU with the text of UNSUB CCPTP

Subscribing to CCPTP may be completing by following the directions at the bottom of http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html

******************************************************************

Dear Colleagues,

Our Academic Vice President has ask us to contact colleagues to see if you might recommend an outstanding candidate, yourself included, of course, for the position of Dean, Arts and Sciences, here at St. Thomas.

Here is a note from the VP-

We are entering a critical phase in the search for the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Over the summer, I wrote to the presidents and provosts of the top 50 liberal arts colleges in the US and of 50 Catholic colleges and universities. We have placed ads in a number of print and on-line publications. During the month of September, our ad will appear twice in the Chronicle.

­­­­­­­­­­­­­___________________

I have attached the description below –

DEAN, COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

University of St. Thomas

St. Paul, Minnesota


The University of St. Thomas seeks nominations and applications for the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. UST is committed to teaching excellence and vibrant faculty scholarship. Growth and diversification over the last decade offers an excellent opportunity for a dean with vision and energy to exercise creative leadership. The college, through its 247 full-time faculty, provides the core curriculum for the university’s 5,000 undergraduates and offers nearly 60 majors in twenty-five academic departments. The College also offers master’s programs in English, Art History, Music and Catholic Studies.

The University of St. Thomas is Minnesota’s largest private university, with a combined undergraduate and graduate enrollment of just over 11,000 students. A Catholic and urban university, St. Thomas seeks to develop morally responsible individuals who combine career competency with cultural awareness and intellectual curiosity. As the university continues to develop outstanding regionally and nationally recognized academic programs and support services, it seeks to strengthen its ties to the local community, particularly the ethnically diverse cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. In the words of our mission statement, the College seeks to educate students “to become morally responsible leaders who think critically, act wisely, and work skillfully to advance the common good.”

The college is committed to a core liberal arts foundation, to the integration of the liberal arts and career education, and to the spiritual, intellectual, ethical and social development of all students, preparing them to meet the challenges of our globally interdependent society. Over 50% of undergraduates study internationally in short-term or semester-long programs. The college increasingly emphasizes interdisciplinary collaboration, community-based learning, and faculty-student research collaboration through multiple strategies of student engagement and inquiry-based learning

In collaboration with the faculty and staff, the dean is responsible for developing and implementing a compelling vision in support of the missions of the university and the college. The dean is responsible for fostering excellence in teaching, scholarly activity and professional engagement and service. As the university enters planning for a capital campaign, the dean will be a leader in the fund-raising outreach on behalf of the liberal arts. Given the increasing diversity of the region primarily served, the dean must be prepared to be a leader in developing programs and recruitment strategies that will more fully embrace diversity on campus.

The dean, who reports directly to the Executive Vice President & Chief Academic Officer, interacts extensively with the administration, the faculty, students and the community. The dean is responsible for facilitating curriculum development; for promoting faculty achievement; for fiscal planning, development and management; and, as part of the community of deans, for contributing to university-wide strategic planning. Academic qualifications commensurate with appointment as a tenured full professor in an arts and sciences discipline are required. The successful candidate must demonstrate evidence of creativity and accomplishment, employ a collaborative management style, and be able to support enthusiastically the mission of the university.

Applicants should electronically submit a letter of application (refer to position #102003), a resume/curriculum vita, and names of three references at: www.stthomas.edu/hr, or mail to: Search Chair, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of St. Thomas, Mail #AQU217, 2115 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105. Review of applications will begin October 10th, 2005.

The University of St. Thomas is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. Women, persons of color, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply

The position will be advertised in the Chronicle shortly.

In the meantime, if you do know a person you would highly recommend for this position, would you please back channel it to me and I will pass it on to the Academic Vice President – I believe the plan is that that person would then be contacted to see if he or she is interested in the position perhaps a personal letter. I’m not sure about the process at that point.

In any case, that’s in advance for any help you might provide.

Dave Welch

David Welch, Ed.D., LP, ABPP

Dean, Graduate School of Professional Psychology

University of St. Thomas, Rm 451, TMH

1000 LaSalle Ave.

Minneapolis, MN 55403-2005

651-962-4663

******************** Please visit the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs site at http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/ccptp/ for CCPTP policy and procedures and http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html for links to APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Programs.
An oral history of CCPTP can be found at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/ccptp.html

Address changes or deletions can be done by sending mail to LISTSERV@LSV.UKY.EDU with the text of UNSUB CCPTP

Subscribing to CCPTP may be completing by following the directions at the bottom of http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html ******************** Please visit the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs site at http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/ccptp/ for CCPTP policy and procedures and http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html for links to APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Programs.

An oral history of CCPTP can be found at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/ccptp.html

Address changes or deletions can be done by sending mail to LISTSERV@LSV.UKY.EDU with the text of UNSUB CCPTP

Subscribing to CCPTP may be completing by following the directions at the bottom of http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html ******************** Please visit the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs site at http://www.psychology.iastate.edu/ccptp/ for CCPTP policy and procedures and http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html for links to APA Accredited Counseling Psychology Programs.

An oral history of CCPTP can be found at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/ccptp.html

Address changes or deletions can be done by sending mail to LISTSERV@LSV.UKY.EDU with the text of UNSUB CCPTP

Subscribing to CCPTP may be completing by following the directions at the bottom of http://www.uky.edu/Education/EDP/counprog.html

Posted by kenne064 at 3:09 PM