Job Announcement: Joint Psychology/Neuroscience Institute Position (tenure track)
Carnegie Mellon University seeks highly qualified applicants for a tenure-track position shared by the Carnegie Mellon Neuroscience Institute and the Department of Psychology. Appointments will be considered at ranks from assistant to associate professor (including tenured associate).
Our programs place high value on programmatic, theory-driven research that advances understanding of how intelligence is realized by the complex biology and processing of the human brain. We are particularly interested in applicants whose theoretical approaches and methodologies can link to Carnegie Mellon University’s core strengths in biological sciences, cognitive science, computation, data science and engineering, and whose research can capitalize on Carnegie Mellon's state-of-the-art MRI capabilities to understand healthy brains and mental or neurological disorders.
Applicants to this position may also wish to apply to a broader position announcement from the Carnegie Mellon Department of Psychology (see announcement from the Carnegie Mellon Department of Psychology).
Information about the department and the institute:
Carnegie Mellon University is committed to increasing the diversity of its community on a range of intellectual and cultural dimensions. Carnegie Mellon welcomes faculty applicants who will contribute to this diversity through their research, teaching and service. Qualified candidates who can contribute through their work/life experiences to the diversity and excellence of the academic community are encouraged to apply. Carnegie Mellon University seeks to meet the needs of dual-career couples and is a member of the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) that assists with dual-career searches. Carnegie Mellon offers highly competitive salaries and start-up packages in an attractive and livable urban environment.
To be considered for positions beginning Fall 2023, interested applicants should submit 1) a statement that describes their research (2-4 pages) and how it relates to psychology and neuroscience, and a one-page diversity statement, and 2) a CV including prospective teaching interests and relevant experience. We will begin to review applicant materials on a rolling basis no later than September 1, 2022, and will request full applications from candidates of interest. The website will be available for applications as early as August 1, 2022 and applicants are welcome to submit at any time thereafter. Formal interviews - expected to be in person, but depending on circumstances, remote is also possible - will begin in the Fall of 2022. New applications will be accepted until November 30, 2022.
Questions should be addressed to search chair Roberta Klatzky.
Carnegie Mellon University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.