Lecturer in Forensic and Legal Psychology
The Department of Forensic and Legal Psychology invites applications for a Lectureship in Forensic and Legal Psychology, a half-time position to teach 2 courses each semester and support student-faculty events and engagement with the department. The department offers a Master of Arts in Forensic and Legal Psychology (broadly defined as any application of psychological principles, knowledge, and methods to the criminal, civil and juvenile justice systems), including an optional Intelligence Studies Concentration.
Master’s degree in any area of psychology, criminal justice, criminology or related discipline; commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration and service are essential.
Doctoral degree in any area of psychology, criminal justice, criminology or related discipline. Teaching and/or professional experience in forensic and legal psychology or related discipline.
Special Notes to Applicants
Please complete the online application and attach a cover letter, a current CV, teaching philosophy, and a list of three references.
Application materials must be received by
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Marymount is a comprehensive Catholic university that emphasizes the liberal arts, career preparation, and personal and professional development. Consistently rated #1 or 2 among regional universities in the south for its diverse student body, Marymount serves nearly 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The universityâ€™s location in suburban Arlington, Virginia, offers easy access to the rich resources of the nationâ€™s capital. Marymount University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer.