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 Psychology of Racism Instructor
Institution/Organization: University of Pittsburgh
Job Location: Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Contact Person: Dr. April W. Kwiatkowski
Date Posted: June 16th, 2021
Closing Date: June 24th, 2021
Web Site: https://cfopitt.taleo.net/careersection/pitt_facul...


The Department of Psychology, within the Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, invites applications for a Part-Time Instructor qualified to teach two sections of an undergraduate course in the Psychology of Racism during the Fall semester (TuTh, 11:00-12:15, 1:00-2:15, August 27-December 18). Section enrollments are capped at 30. Although in-person instruction would be preferred, the course may be taught remotely via Zoom from anywhere outside Pittsburgh.

Qualified candidates should possess a PhD or MS/MA degree in Psychology or a closely related field and experience in teaching or doing research related to the Psychology of Racism or allied topics.

For full consideration, please upload a curriculum vitae; a statement describing your teaching experience, philosophy, and interests; and teaching evaluations if available. Other documents and names of referees may be requested at a later date. Applicants can apply on the University of Pittsburgh Talent Center (https://www.join.pitt.edu — click on “Find Positions”, then “Faculty”, then enter 21003842 in the Keyword box and hit the search button).
Review of applications will begin June 4 and continue until the position is filled.

The University of Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EOE, including disability/vets. The Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences is committed to educating students for future success in a culturally diverse environment.




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