The Department of Psychology at The University of Toledo seeks a tenure-track faculty member in experimental or clinical psychology whose research explores youth mental health issues. While the specific area of youth mental health research is open, scholarship from the social/personality, developmental, or clinical psychology subfields are preferred. The department currently has several strong programs of research that examine parental and youth factors influencing childhood anxiety, maltreatment, affect, memory, suggestibility (particularly in forensic situations), social comparison, attitudes/beliefs, decision making, and body image and eating patterns. Applicants must have a doctoral degree in psychology, strong record of research productivity and evidence of current or potential future external funding. Responsibilities include mentoring, supervision and teaching of undergraduate and doctoral students, developing an independent program of research, collaborating with faculty within and/or outside the department on research, and various service activities and roles. The Psychology Department has a doctoral program in experimental psychology, APA-accredited doctoral program in clinical psychology with an in-house training clinic, and multiple research labs in experimental and clinical psychology. Further preferred qualifications include experience mentoring first generation and underrepresented minority college students. For information about the department, please visit our website.  To apply, visit the following link to submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research and teaching interests (including evidence of teaching effectiveness), and three representative publications:

Also arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to Dr. Sarah Francis () and Dr. Cin Cin Tan (), Co-Chairs of the Search Committee. Application review begins December 1st, 2023.