Adjunct Faculty - Psychology
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William Paterson University invites applications for adjunct faculty within the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Psychology.
Thank you for expressing interest in serving as an adjunct faculty member at William Paterson University.
Please note that there may not be a vacancy at this time. Rather, qualified applicants may be contacted if and when there is an immediate need, or on an exploratory basis for a future opening.
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Courses in this department generally taught by adjunct faculty include all levels both graduate and undergraduate. Some example of high demand courses are:
- General Psychology
- Experimental I: Applied Statistics (this technology intensive course is taught out of computer labs, SPSS required).
- Experimental II: Research Methods (technology and writing intensive). This is a project-based course.
- For a partial listing of undergraduate courses please see: https://academiccatalog.wpunj.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=10&poid=1762&returnto=451
- For a listing of MA level courses please see: https://academiccatalog.wpunj.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=9&poid=1542&returnto=401
- For a listing of PsyD courses please see:
Note there are typically few opportunities for graduate courses.
The B.A. program in Psychology is committed to providing students with a broad understanding and appreciation of the field of psychology as a multifaceted discipline with both scientific and humanistic aspects. In addition to the mastery of specific course content, the program seeks to develop the student's ability to think critically about issues in the field. Moreover, the program is designed to help students: (1) integrate their knowledge of psychology with concepts and research from related disciplines, and (2) discover opportunities for application of knowledge in psychology to the solution of human problems.
We also have a B.A. satellite campus at Mercer Community College in West Windsor and offer on site courses there.
The Master of Arts (M.A.) program in Clinical and Counseling Psychology prepares students for the professional practice of counseling, assessment and/or mental health research. The curriculum provides a solid grounding in both theories and interventions that can be applied to a wide variety of mental health, academic and research settings. We emphasize clinical skills, ethical responsibility, cultural competency, self-awareness, and current body of knowledge in the scientific, methodological and theoretical foundations of practice. Our program expects students to become compassionate and caring scientist-practitioners with motivation to continue learning and furthering their development throughout their professional careers. This program prepares our students for careers as Master's level mental health clinicians, researchers, or to work in various human services settings. In addition, the program will offer a unique foundation for candidates pursuing doctoral-level studies.
William Paterson University's Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in clinical psychology is a full-time, five-year, practitioner-scholar training program accredited by the American Psychological Association. Our program integrates academic coursework, supervised clinical training, and research experience through personalized faculty mentoring. Current and prospective students commonly say they choose William Paterson University because of the strong sense of community among the dedicated students and faculty.
Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Developing a course syllabus following course content that draws on materials provided by the departmental course outline.
- Teaching that is consistent with best practices in the discipline.
- Responsible, reliable, and responsive engagement with our students.
- Contributing to student success by providing consistent and effective support and guidance.
- Earned Master's or PhD in Psychology.
- One or more years teaching in higher education.
Personal Attributes and Traits:
- Ability to work with students from diverse backgrounds.
- Good classroom presence
- Enthusiasm for teaching.
- Interest in professional growth.
- Responsive to student needs.
Invitation to apply
Interested candidates will be prompted to: Complete an application and submit a cover letter.
Submission of all documents listed is required for consideration.
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