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Lecturer/Sr. Lecturer/Principle Lect. (Continuing)

University of North Texas - Department of Psychology

Last Updated: 7/19/22

Job Description

Two Lecturer positions available!

Job Description:

University of North Texas (
UNT) invites applications for a Faculty Lecturer position to join the Department of Psychology and contribute to our robust undergraduate and graduate programs. This recruitment is part of a broader departmental expansion and investment where several new faculty members are expected to be hired. The multiple-year and non-tenure track position (3-year appointments) is renewable, with clear career developmental pathways and dedicated mentorship to facilitate long-term advancement. Successful applicants are expected to have evidence of teaching excellence and demonstrated success with a diverse and multicultural student body.

Faculty responsibilities include teaching online and face-to-face primarily at the Frisco campus location, but with at least one course per semester taught at the Denton campus. This position also includes developing new courses, advising and mentoring undergraduate students, and sharing service duties.
An offer of employment for this position will be made dependent upon available funding.

Department and University Summaries:
The Department of Psychology at UNT is unique, in that it includes ~26 faculty members who serve and facilitate three PhD programs and two undergraduate degree tracks. The Department of Psychology educates over 2,700 undergraduate majors and minors and approximately 110 graduate students, making us one of the largest and sought-after departments. Our faculty have expertise in research, pedagogy, training, and a range of psychological disciplines including forensic clinical psychology, multicultural counseling, and cognition. UNT is the only university system in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area that is a designated Purple Heart University, Minority Serving Institution, and Hispanic Serving Institution. For 4 years in a row, UNT has won the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award. Our departmental mission is to equip our graduates with psychological knowledge and skills for utilization in a broad workforce and global society. The department faculty have made a commitment to increasing the number of faculty members from historically marginalized groups, especially faculty of color. We have established formal and informal mentoring networks and processes by which every faculty member can succeed, feel supported, and find community. Lecturers will teach on the UNT-Denton and UNT-Frisco campuses. Candidates from underrepresented groups in higher education, those with professional experiences working with minoritized populations, and individuals with a range of life experiences that have challenged them to value and practice inclusivity are strongly encouraged to apply. More information about our program can be found at

UNT has a highly diverse campus with a wide range of languages spoken in addition to English. We welcome candidates who have experience with HSI/MSIs and/or who speak Spanish, Vietnamese, American Sign Language, Chinese (Cantonese, Mandarin and other variations), Arabic, Tagalog, Farsi, French, or/and Yoruba.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. in Psychology, or related area at the time of employment.
  • A commitment towards teaching excellence.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Demonstrated success with teaching a range of face-to-face and online psychology courses.
  • Experience with teaching a range of courses including introduction to psychology, experimental methods, statistics, and/or social psychology.
  • Ability and willingness to teach several different undergraduate courses including, but not limited to, cognition, health and development, and abnormal psychology.
  • Interest in, or history of, graduate-level teaching.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Effective organizational and technological skills including Canvas, Microsoft Excel, statistical software (i.e., SPSS, R, Python, Excel, SAS), and web conferencing.
  • Evidence of commitment to diversity and equity among colleagues and students and through, teaching and/or service.
  • Dedication to ADA compliance and implementing 21st Century Skills into course curriculum.
  • Background and/or interest in undergraduate student mentoring.
  • Desire to take service leadership roles and seek career development and promotion.
Review of applications begins June 15th 2022. Applications will be reviewed weekly until the search is closed. Questions may be directed to Drs. Calvin Simms ( the search committee chair, and/or Krisstal Clayton ( the Associate Chair for Academics.

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