Assistant Professor of Psychology
Job Details
Wilson College - Chambersburg, PA
Full Time
Graduate Degree

Applications are being accepted for a tenure-track Assistant  Professor of Psychology at Wilson College.  A Ph.D. in psychology or a related field (ABD candidates may be considered) and teaching experience are required.  Preference will be given to candidates with expertise and teaching/research interests in the biological/neurological foundations of behavior.  The typical teaching load is seven courses per year and will include general psychology, biopsychology, cognition, health psychology, research methods, and other courses as required for the program.


Additional responsibilities include mentoring undergraduate research projects and senior theses, advising psychology majors, and serving on college committees. The successful candidate will participate in expanding the vision of the department.                                       


Review of application materials will begin on January 3, 2022, and will continue until the position is filled.  The position will begin on August 1, 2022.


Send cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, contact information for three professional references, and official academic transcripts to:

Dr.  Elissa Heil, Vice President  for Academic Affairs
Academic Affairs
Wilson College
1015 Philadelphia Avenue
Chambersburg, PA  17201
Wilson College is an independent, private institution offering rigorous liberal arts and career preparation degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Wilson is distinguished by close faculty-student interaction in a small, yet diverse academic community, guided by an honor principle and a tradition of excellence. It is the policy of Wilson College to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital/familial status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, having a GED rather than a diploma, or any other protected characteristic applicable under law.