ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES AND PSYCHOLOGY. The Interdisciplinary Program in Organizational Studies and the Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan solicit applications for a tenure track assistant professorship to begin August 29, 2022. We seek scholars who bring a psychological perspective to the study of organizations and organizational behavior in both their research and teaching. The area of research is open, and may include attitudes and persuasion, culture, diversity, emotion, evolution, group and intergroup processes, interpersonal relations, judgment and decision making, leadership, morality and ethical behavior, motivation, social justice, and stress and wellbeing. Application deadline is October 1, 2021.
Applications must include a cover letter, CV, research statement, up to three representative writing samples, teaching statement, and evidence of teaching excellence and syllabi (if available). The University of Michigan, the Department of Psychology and the Organizational Studies Program value contributions to diversity, equity, and inclusion (https://diversity.umich.edu/). In addition to the materials requested above, please include a statement (1-3 pages) that describes your demonstrated commitment to these goals through your scholarship, teaching and mentoring, and/or service and engagement. There may be some overlap with your research and teaching statements. Applicants should also arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to the application website. Please follow this link to our website http://apply.interfolio.com/90450 where you will be able to access the application. For questions, email Orgstudies.Faculty.Search@umich.edu.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and is responsive to the needs of dual career couples. We encourage applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds.
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