Institution: The University of Nebraska
Location: Lincoln, NE
The Department of Educational Psychology in Teachers College
at the Universiy of Nebraska-Lincoln invites applications
and nominations for the position of Chair with duties to
begin during summer, 1997. The Department offers graduate
study in School Psychology (APA accredited), Counseling
Psychology (APA accredited), Cognition and Learning,
Developmental Psychology (jointly with the Psychology
Department), and Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in
Education. Also housed within the department are the Oscar
and Luella Buros Center for Testing and the Center for
Instructional Innovation.

Faculty in Teachers College have adopted the Scholar-
Practitioner Model, which meaningfully links teaching,
research, and service to practice at national, regional,
state, and local levels. Consistent with this model is an
emphasis on research productivity, excellence in teaching,
and service in applied settings. Candidates for this
position must demonstrate an understanding of and a
commitment to strategies for building relationships among
the university, schools, and social agencies. Candidates
must also demonstrate an understanding of and a commitment
to strategies for promoting diversity (e.g., gender,
international, disability, racial/ethnic minority issues).
In addition, candidates must be prepared to facilitate
interdisciplinary and interdepartmental initiatives within
Teachers College and the University.

QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate must possess: a) a
distinguished record of publication that warrants a tenured
appointment as a full professor in an area compatible with
the Department's programs, b) demonstrated excellence in
teaching and service, c) commitment to actively supporting
diversity within or outside the university, especially with
regard to hiring and advancing the careers of minorities,
d) a record of fostering collaborative working relationships
within the College and University, e) a commitment to
faculty governance, and f) demonstrated leadership ability
and vision. Teaching interests that complement existing
programs are desirable.

A letter of application, full curriculum vitae, recent
evidence of scholarship, and at least three letters of
reference should be submitted to:

Dr. Elizabeth Franklin
Chair, Search Committee
c/o Chris Esquivel
116 Bancroft
Department of Educational Psychology
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0345
FAX:  (402) 472-8317

Screening of applications will begin December 7, 1996 and
continue until the position is filled. The position is a 12-
month appointment with a competitive salary. The University
of Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to a pluralistic campus
community through Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity
and is responsive to the needs of dual career couples. We
assure reasonable accommodation under the Americans with
Disability Act. Contact Dr. Elizabeth Franklin at
(402-472-2231) for assistance.

Institution: Columbia University
Location: New York, NY
Columbia University seeks to make a tenured appointment in
one of its Social Science or Humanities departments for a
distinguished scholar with a specialty in Asian American
Studies. Scholarly achievement, teaching excellence, and the
administrative capacity to build a curricular program in
Asian American Studies are expected. Review of applications
will begin 1 November 1996 and continue until the position
is filled. Applications from women and minorities are
welcome. Please address applications and inquiries to Asian
American Studies Search, 208 Hamilton Hall, Columbia
University, New York, NY  10027. Columbia is an AA/EOE.

Institution: New York University
Location: New York, NY
The Community Psychology program at NYU announces, with
great elation, that we have been permitted to open a search
for a prevention-intervention researcher to join exisitng
faculty (Andrew Fuligni, Diane Hughes, Ed Seidman, Beth
Shinn) in our community program. (There are more community
types, e.g. LaRue Allen and Niobe Way, in our Applies
Psychology program in the School of Education, but this
position will be in Arts and Sciences.) There will be more
faculty searches this year than positions filled, so that
the different positions are in competition with one another.
We'll need a strong researcher, but are willing to interpret
prevention braodly.  Folks who can contribute to one of the
other programs in the department (developmental, clinical,
social, industrial/organizational, experimental) will
probably have an advantage, so it would be good to mention
any such contributions in the cover letter. Our
developmental group is particularly strong, including Diane
Ruble and RSusan Carey, and overlaps with our communtiy
group.  Feel free to contact any of us to talk about the
possibilities (hughes, fuligni, seidman, or
beth@psych.nyu.edu), as well as the department chair (shrout
-- also an SCRA member) who is listed in the ad.  Please
save time by sending the three letters of reference
immediately rather than waiting for us to ask. The ad

PREVENTION RESEARCH. The Department of Psychology at New
York University seeks an outstanding researcher and teacher
with interests in prevention and intervention research. We
expect to make the appointment at the tenure track Assistant
Professor level, but are interested in inquiries from any
psychologist with a strong research program. The recruit
would join a diverse faculty with strengths in community,
developmental, social, and cognitive psychology. The
department is described in detail on the World Wide Web at
Send letter of interest, vita, and the names of three
possible referees to Prevention Research Search, Department
of Psychology, New York University, 6 Washington Place #550,
New York, NY 10003-6634. Informal inquiries can be made to
shrout@psych.nyu.edu. The position is available September,
1997, pending budgetary and administrative approval. Please
submit applications by January 15, 1996.  NYU encourages
applications from women and members of minority groups.

Institution: Bowling Green State University
Location: Bowling Green, OH
From: shighho@bgnet.bgsu.edu (Scott Highhouse)
Below is the official announcement for a faculty position at
BGSU. Despite what the ad says, we are interested in
candidates in ANY specialty area within
industrial/organizational psychology. Please pass this along
to potential candidates.

Position Announcement

Bowling Green State University is seeking applicants for a
tenure track position in industrial-organizational
psychology beginning August, 1997. Assistant professor
preferred, but candidates at all levels will be considered.
Qualifications include a Ph.D in I/O with a specialization
in personnel selection or related area, the potential for
research and publication within the field, and a strong
interest in both undergraduate and graduate training.
Responsibilities include undergraduate and graduate
teaching, research and publication, supervision of master's
and doctoral level students, and active participation in
departmental programs and service activities. The 33 member
department offers numerous opportunities for cross-
specialization collaboration and has excellent teaching and
research facilities. Qualified applicants must have proof of
legal authority to work in the U.S. BGSU is an AA/EEO
employer and encourages applications from women, minorities,
veterans, and persons with disabilities. Send cover letter,
vita, three current letters of reference, and a transcript
showing the highest degree by January 15, 1997 to:

Faculty Search Committee
c/o Dr. Carlla Smith
Department of Psychology
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43402

Scott Highhouse
Assistant Professor, Psychology
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH  43403
(419) 372-8078

Institution: University of Oklahoma
Location: Norman, OK
Three faculty positions. The Department of Psychology at the
University of Oklahoma seeks applications for three entry-
level, tenure-track positions.  Applications from women and
minorities are especially welcome.  Successful applicants
will be expected to maintain an active research program,
secure extramural funds, direct doctoral students, and
participate in undergraduate education. In addition, an
interest in contributing to the department's initiative to
develop a focus on psychology and technology would be
desirable. Applicants must have a Ph.D. by the time of

(1)  Applicants in any area of social psychology will be
considered, although the Department is particularly
interested in candidates with specializations in small group
behavior, intergroup relations, social aspects of individual
and group performance, and/or the social-personality

(2) Applicants with a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology who
specialize in any area of cognitive psychology will be
considered, although some preference will be given to those
with a research record in applied cognitive, pattern
recognition, or decision-making, especially if that research
forms bridges to areas already well-represented on the
faculty (i.e., language, memory, knowledge). The successful
applicant will be expected to teach the cognitive core
course at the undergraduate and graduate level.

(3) Applicants specializing in child development with
expertise in social or cognitive psychology are invited to
apply. Because the department has strong programs in both
cognitive and social/personality psychology, applicants
should be able to complement either one or both of these
programs. Applicants with strong methodological skills
(statistics, psychometrics, etc.) consistent with the
department's orientation are encouraged to apply.

The Department consists of 14 faculty in
experimental/quantitative psychology and 30 doctoral
students. OU is in Norman, a college-town located 20 minutes
from Oklahoma City (metropolitan area 1,000,000). Human
research laboratories include a 5000 sq. ft. state-of-the-
art, networked data-collection and conference facility. The
University offers competitive salaries and excellent fringe

Screening will begin December 16th and continue until the
positions are filled. Candidates must send a letter of
intent, current vita, reprints/preprints, evidence of
teaching ability, and send three letters of recommendation
directly to the chair of the appropriate search committee:
Social: Richard Reardon (rreardon@oupsy.psy.ou.edu)
Cognitive: Frank Durso (fdurso@ou.edu), or Developmental:
Jorge Mendoza (jmendoza@oupsy.psy.ou.edu), Search Committee,
Department of Psychology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
73019-0535.  Phone 405 325-4511 and Fax 405 325-4737.  The
University of Oklahoma is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer.

Institution: Miami University
Location: Oxford, OH
Assistant Professor, tenure track, beginning August 1997
(Ph.D. required). Primary emphases include urban sociology
and demography, with a secondary focus in social policy.
The candidate will also be expected to teach introductory
sociology. We seek a candidate with demonstrated teaching
excellence and a strong commitment to scholarly activities.
The successful candidate will exhibit a strong commitment to
liberal education and have a broad theoretical background.
The review process will begin on January 15, 1997. Miami
University is an Equal Opportunity employer. Submit a letter
of interest, curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching
philosophy, and the names of three references to Dr. Kay
Phillips, Chair, Search Committee, Department of Sociology,
Gerontology, & Anthropology, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

Art Jipson
Department of Sociology, Gerontology, and Anthropology
Upham Hall
Miami University
Oxford, Ohio 45056
513-529-2637 (o)
513-529-2628 (d)
513-529-8525 (f)

Institution: Ohio State University
Location: OH
Dear Colleagues,
I am following up the recent announcement of the new
positions available in the Dept of Family Relations and
Human Development at The Ohio State University with the
following additional information about some of the
activities related to applied human development and family
related work in Ohio.

The Human Development and Family Life Extension program is a
rapidly expanding program. We produce many applied
activities - among them is the Human Development and Family
Life Bulletin which is available in print, e-mail and WWW
versions (see http://www.hec.ohio-state.edu/famlife/edu3.htm
for a list of those products available electronically).

We also have been actively involved in creating a website so
that we can more effectively serve professionals working
with families. It is at:

We are also committed to working children, youth and
families living in urban areas  (See some of beginning
efforts in Families in the City
and designing programs and activities that reach culturally
and economically diverse families.

Also, the teaching position is family life education
represents a new dimension of our doctoral program. We are
interested in developing a new program that prepares
doctoral students to be able to develop and evaluate family
life education programs in a variety of settings. Faculty in
this new program will have an opportunity to guide the
direction of this program.

Finally, let me add that the state of Ohio is an exciting
and challenging place to conduct applied work. The current
governor (Republican George Voinovich) has a major
initiative in place to encourage the development of
community-based, family-centered service delivery. (You can
read his inaugural speech which describes in his vision for
children and families at:
http://www.odn.ohio.gov/gov/govag95.html.) OSU and Extension
have been critical participants in the unfolding of this
work. There are increasing opportunities for us to work with
state-level policy makers and program developers on behalf
of families.

If you are interested in talking informally about our work
in Ohio, please call or write me at hughes.239@osu.edu or

Institution: The Fielding Institute
Location: Philidephia, PA
FACULTY POSITION, The Fielding Institute, Clinical
Psychology Program. We seek a clinical psychology faculty
member for a challenging position in the Philadelphia area.
We are an APA approved, scholar/practitioner model Ph.D.
program. We serve a diverse population of talented,
experienced, and enthusiastic mid-career students (mean age
is 44). This is an assessment model, third generation
distance learning institution. We use an adaptation of the
tutorial model for academic instruction, but the research
and clinical training components of the program are very
similar to other programs. Faculty members maintain
extensive nationwide contact with students and each other
through regular academic meetings with local students,
attendance at National Sessions, visits to other
faculty/student groups, and telecommunication via the
Internet. Through these means, we achieve a strong sense of
commitment and community spirit.

Responsibilities include: individual and small group
tutorial instruction; seminar presentations; research
consultation; dissertation supervision; liaison with
practica and internship sites; some clinical consultation;
participation in Institute governance; and active
independent scholarship.

Qualifications: Doctoral Degree in Psychology; evidence of
scholarly productivity (research area open); professional
experience demonstrating ability to supervise
research/dissertations and to provide advanced clinical
training; small group facilitation skills; and strong
commitment to adult education. Must be licensed or license-
eligible. Ability to use (or willingness to learn)
telecommunications and electronic scholarship and research
resources. Desirable characteristics include innovative
thinking, high initiative, and good organizational skills.
Ideal for a psychologist with high academic standards, a low
boredom threshold, and a good sense of humor. Position
involves some travel.

To apply: Please submit a curriculum vitae; names/complete
addresses/phone numbers of three references; and a cover
letter describing the fit between your experience and the
above qualifications. Send to: Ronald A. Giannetti, Ph.D.,
Dean, 2112 Santa Barbara Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93105.
Closing date is December 30, 1996. We encourage applications
from historically underrepresented groups, women, and
persons with disabilities.

The Fielding Institute is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer

Institution: Allegheny University
Location: Philadelphia, PA
The Department of Psychiatry at Allegheny University of the
Health Sciences (formerly The Medical College of
Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University) in Philadelphia is
seeking a senior-level academic psychologist for the
position of Director of an academically oriented Division of
Psychology with a highly competitive APA approved internship
program. Candidates should have an established, ongoing
research program with a history of successful extramural
grants or contracts and strong administrative and leadership
skills. Candidates should have a keen interest in developing
new clinical, educational, and research programs
within a large, statewide, integrated academic health
system. Eligibility for license in PA required. Salary and
faculty rank commensurate with experience and academic
achievements. Attractive fringe benefit package included.
Informal phone inquiries are encouraged at (215)762-4494.
Send CV and letter of interest to:
Trevor P. Price, M.D.
Professor and Chair
Department of Psychiatry
Allegheny University Hospital
Hahnemann Division
Broad and Vine Streets
Mail Stop 403
Philadelphia, PA  19103

Announcement will appear in the APA Monitor, Jan/Feb 1997.

Institution: The Princeton Child Development Institute
Location: Princeton
BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS. The Princeton Child Development Institute
(PCDI), a respected ABA research and intervention program
for people with autism, is seeking job candidates at the
bachelors or masters-degree level who want to develop
careers in our field. Qualifications are an academic
background in applied behavior analysis, some intervention
experience in developmental disabilities, and desire for
ongoing, hands-on training and mentoring.

Job responsibilities include (supervised) development and
delivery of individualized intervention programs;
observation, data collection, and graphing of performance
data for preschool and school-age children with autism; and
participation in a comprehensive, objective program
evaluation system. There are opportunities for participation
in research and home programming, opportunities to build
presentation skills, and opportunities to interact with
friendly behavioral colleagues.

Beautiful and historic Princeton is 90 minutes from
Manhattan and 60 minutes from Philadelphia. Other assets
include excellent fringe benefits and salary commensurate
with skills. Some positions are open now; others will open
in January, June, and September.  email VFordPCDI@AOL.com.
Fax 609 924-4119. PCDI, 300 Cold Soil Road, Princeton

Institution: The University of Texas at Arlington
Location: Arlington, TX
UTA is searching for a highly qualified and motivated person
to serve as Chairperson of its Department of Management.
Faculty in the Department publish regularly in leading
academic journals, and they have a variety of teaching and
research interests including policy and strategy,
organizational behavior and theory, human resource
management, labor relations, and operations management. The
University currently enrolls over 20,000 students in 126
degree-granting programs, with instruction offered on a
large, modern campus situated in the heart of the Dallas-
Fort Worth Metroplex. The College of Business Administration
enrolls more than 5,000 students in its AACSB accredited
programs. The College offers BA, BBA, MA, MS, MBA, MPA, and
Ph.D. degrees. The programs of the University and the
College are designed to meet the needs of one of the fastest
growing communities in the U.S.

Position Description

Title: Chairperson, Department of Management. Rank is
Professor with tenure.

Duties and Responsibilities: A major responsibility is to
play a leadership role in advancing an already developing
department to a position of stature and distinction in the
academic community. Administrative duties include
responsibility for planning and administering the department
budget and teaching schedules. The Chairperson is expected
to play a key role in meeting equal opportunity recruiting
needs; in program development; in faculty development; and
in promoting the image of the department to the business
community. Some teaching is required in addition to
administrative duties.

Academic Qualifications: The successful candidate will hold
a Ph.D. and have achieved a high level of performance with
respect to teaching, scholarship, and university and
business community service.

Experience Qualifications: The successful applicant will
have some type of administrative experience and evidence of
effective interaction with the business community.

Salary: Very competitive.

Deadline: Applications will be reviewed until position is

Dr. Daniel Himarios
Chairperson of the Management Chairperson Search Committee
Department of Economics, Box 19479
The University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, Texas 76019-0479
(817) 272-3278
(817) 272-3145 (Fax)
himarios@uta.edu (e-mail)

UTA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Institution: University of Texas at Austin
Location: Austin, TX
Manager of Statistical and Mathematical Applications

The University of Texas at Austin Academic Computing
Services has a position available immediately for a working
manager of a highly skilled technical team of statisticians
and mathematicians supporting a variety of comprehensive
applications. The position holder will be providing direct
support to faculty and graduate student researchers on
statistical analysis and statistical software issues. For
more details on the services offered see the web pages at:
www.utexas.edu/cc/stat/ and www.utexas.edu/math/

The required qualifications for this position are:
Bachelor's degree and three years' of experience in systems
design, analysis, and programming. Experience using SAS and
SPSS statistical analysis software on Win/95, Win/NT or
Macintosh environments. Experience in consulting on
statistical design and a strong customer service

The preferred candidate will have a Master's or Doctoral
degree or equivalent in Applied Statistics or related field
of study, and all of the required experience listed above.
They will also have experience in repeated measures and
catagorical data analysis. Familiarity with mathematical
applications, including Matlab, Maple, Mathematica and IMSL.
Experience with large volume datasets in a networked
environment. Excellent written and oral communication skills
and ability to lead a highly technical and experienced team.

Salary is commensurate with experience with a minimum of
$3223 per month. Official University of Texas title is
"Senior Systems Analyst." For more detailed information
about the job see web page: dpweb2.dp.utexas.edu/pnjobs/ and
enter "Senior Systems" in item 5 and select posting number

To be considered for this position, please send a cover
letter, resume, and a list of 2 references by email to: Gary
Terrell . The resume can be
attached (using MIME) as text, RTF, or MS word document or
by fax to 512-475-9282. The University is an Equal
Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer

Institution: University of Houston
Location: Houston, TX
The UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON Department of Psychology
anticipates filling three tenure-track positions at the
Assistant or beginning Associate Professor level, beginning
in August 1997. Candidates for all positions should have a
record predictive of scholarly productivity and the ability
to add to undergraduate and doctoral programs of the
Department. The Department's orientation requires strong
quantitative/measurement skills as well as a commitment to
the rigorous application of psychological knowledge to
applied societal problems.  Additional information on the
University and the Department is available on the World Wide
Web at http://www.uh.edu. All candidates must have,or be
about to complete, a Ph.D.in Psychology.

(1) Assistant/Associate Professor to join the
INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL(I/O) Program. The ideal candidate
would have an "I" rather than "O" orientation and would be
expected to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in I/O
Psychology as well as supervise graduate student research.

(2) Assistant/Associate Professor to join the SOCIAL
PSYCHOLOGY Program.The particular area of research is open
but candidates with the potential for receipt of external
funding for their research are especially urged to apply.
Responsibilities include teaching of undergraduate and
graduate courses in Social Psychology and the supervision of
graduate student research.

(3) Assistant/Associate Professor to join the APA-approved
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Program. Candidates who have expertise
in working with underserved populations such as children,
adolescents, and families are especially sought. The
successful candidate will have clinical and research
interests that complement those of existing faculty in the
areas of health, substance abuse, anxiety, violence and
severe and persistent mental/emotional disorders. Candidates
must have a Ph.D. from an APA-approved Clinical Psychology
Program and have completed an APA-approved Internship.

Salary for all positions is commensurate with
qualifications. In order to ensure full consideration,
applications for all positions must be received by February
15, 1997. Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae,
statement of research and teaching interests, (p)reprints of
research reports, and three letters of reference to: Chair,
'Specific Position' Search Committee, Department of
Psychology, University of Houston, Houston, Texas

The University of Houston is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women,
veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to

Gordon L. Paul, Ph.D.                   Voice:(713) 743-8564
Cullen Distinguished Professor                (713) 270-5416
Department of Psychology                Fax:  (713) 743-8588
University of Houston
Houston, TX  77004

Institution: United Behavioral Systems
Location: Ogden, UT
Solution-focused therapist with family therapy skills needed
for our Ogden, Utah office. We are a managed mental health
care agency serving the metropolitan Salt Lake City/Ogden
area. The area is noted for its scenic mountain views and
year-round outdoor recreational opportunities. Three years
post-master's and appropriate licensure (LCSW, LMFT or LPC)

Relocation package, competetive salary and excellent
benefits. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Send Vita to:

Clinical Director
United Behavioral Systems
7090 Union Park Ave.
Midvale, UT  84047   (USA)
FAX: (801) 567-3385

36: CAREER COUNSELOR II,  Center for Career Development
Institution: The University of Vermont
Location: Burlington, VT

Posting #8290 - Exempt, Salary Range 12. ** Full time until
June 30, 1997, position MAY then revert to 75%. Provides
academic and career counseling and related services for
preprofessional and undergraduate students and alumni;
develops programs and related literature and Co-Chairs
Premedical and Prelaw Advisory committees. Supervised by
Director, Career Development.

Minimum qualifications: Master's degree in Counseling,
Student Affairs or related field and two years of advising
students required, or an equivalent combination of education
and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities
can be acquired. Must possess effective communication skills
and the ability to work directly with students, faculty and
employers. Strong skills in writing listening, group
facilitation and public speaking essential.*

*If a sufficiently qualifed pool of applicants is not
obtained at this level, candidates may be considered at the
Career Counselor I, range 11 level.  the qualifications
required for a Career Counselor I are a Master's degree in
Counseling, Student Personnel or related field and one year
experience in advising students, and requisite communication

TO APPLY:  Send cover letter and resume to :  Career
Counselor Search, Employment Office, 237 Waterman Building,
UVM, Burlington, VT  05405. Complete job discriptions are
also available at this address.

DEADLINE:  Posted until filled; subject to removal without

Postings do not include all of the essential duties and
responsibilities of the position.

If you are a person with a disability and require auxiliary
aids, services or other resonable accommodations in order to
apply or interview for a position at The University of
Vermont, please call 802-656-3494 or for the deaf, hard of
hearing or speech impared our number is 802-656-3355, or
write to the above listed address.

New employees must produce proof of employment eligibility.

Pamela K. Gardner                    802-656-3450
Center for Career Development        802-656-0126 fax
The University of Vermont            pkgardne@moose.uvm.edu
Burlington, VT  05405

Institution: University of Washington
Location: Seattle, WA
professor of Women Studies, beginning Fall 1997. Women
Studies is seeking a feminist scholar with interdisciplinary
and international foci in the area of women and economic
development. Applicants should have a Ph.D., a promising
record of international research and publications and/or at
least one year of applied international experience and be
highly qualified for undergraduate and graduate teaching.
Teaching responsibilities will include courses in area of
specialization. Applications with a current c.v., statement
of research and teach foci, and three letters of
recommendation should be sent to Professor Shirley J. Yee,
Director of Women Studies, Box 354345, University of
Washington, Seattle, WA  98195. Priority will be given to
applications received before January 15, 1997. The
University of Washington continues to build a culturally
diverse faculty and strongly encourages applications from
female and minority candidates. The University is an Equal
Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.