The Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences at Bowling Green State
University is seeking an Assistant Professor (tenure-track) with expertise and experience in
clinical community psychology for its APA-Approved Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program.
We are particularly interested in candidates with a community psychology background and
research expertise in 1) psychology of religion and spirituality; 2) approaches/interventions
related to social issues and well-being for adult populations facing difficult life circumstances
(e.g. psychiatric disability, lack of resources, discrimination, health disparities) as broadly
defined. The successful candidate will be expected to publish original research and seek/obtain
grant funding. Additional responsibilities of the position include: mentoring graduate students,
teaching (graduate and undergraduate courses), and providing clinical/community supervision.
Qualifications for the position include a doctorate in psychology earned before September 1,
2016, and eligibility/work towards eligibility for Ohio licensure. Salary and start-up are
competitive and commensurate with peer institutions and candidate experience.
Applicants should send a cover letter describing their qualifications and aspirations, curriculum
vitae, three letters of reference, and representative publications or preprints to: Dr. Catherine
Stein, Clinical Community Psychology Search Committee Chair, Department of Psychology,
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio 43403-0232. Electronic applications may
also be sent to ude.usgb|nietsc#ude.usgb|nietsc or by fax (419/372-6013). Application materials should be
received by December 15, 2015.
The Department of Psychology at Bowling Green State University has over 100 doctoral
students across 4 areas: Clinical Psychology, Neural-Cognitive Sciences, Developmental
Psychology, and Industrial-Organizational Psychology. In addition, there are over 500
undergraduate majors. The Clinical Psychology Program strongly endorses a scientist-
practitioner model of training with concentrations in clinical community psychology, health
psychology, child clinical psychology, and general clinical psychology (including the
psychology of religion). Our graduates obtain positions in academic, community, government,
medical, and independent practice settings. Bowling Green State University is located in
Bowling Green Ohio, a charming city of approximately 30,000, which is conveniently located to
the metropolitan areas of Toledo, Detroit, and Cleveland.
BGSU is an AA/EEO/Vet employer. We encourage applications from women, minorities,
veterans, and persons with disabilities regardless of age, gender identity, genetic information,
religion, or sexual orientation.