CLAREMONT GRADUATE UNIVERSITY - Open Faculty Search - Statistics and Quantitative Methodology

The Division of Behavioral and Organization Sciences (DBOS) at Claremont Graduate University is seeking to fill a tenure track faculty position with a scholar with a strong quantitative methods background and interest in and experience teaching a wide range of graduate statistics courses. For example, we would be especially interested in courses in SEM, Factor Analysis, Data Visualization and Presentation, Advanced Multivariate Analysis, Meta-Analysis, and the like. The candidate’s research should contribute to one or more of our concentrations, including Applied Cognitive Psychology, Applied Social Psychology, Evaluation and Applied Research Methods, Organizational Behavior, Positive Organizational Psychology, or Positive Developmental Psychology. In addition to teaching, the faculty member will be expected to supervise graduate student research and support our mission of valuing both basic and applied innovative research that transcends disciplinary boundaries.

This position is for an associate or advanced assistant professor. Candidates must have a strong record of research publications and outstanding teaching and mentoring skills, commensurate with their rank. The successful candidate also will demonstrate experience and/or capacity for advising a diverse student body.

CGU is an independent institution devoted entirely to graduate study. The city of Claremont is a charming small town located 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles and less than 50 miles from Southern California beaches. CGU is a member of The Claremont Colleges, a highly regarded cluster of seven independent colleges. Across the Claremont Colleges, there are more than 50 extended faculty who contribute to the graduate programs in DBOS.

Claremont Graduate University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, age, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental disability, medical condition including genetic characteristics, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local law.

CGU values diversity, equity, and inclusion, and a culture that embraces open exchange and advancement of ideas, collaboration, innovation, and justice. CGU locates diversity as an essential component of its institutional mission. We value candidates whose lived experiences from diverse identities contribute to their scholarly work and to student academic success and well-being. CGU is committed to the inherent value of diversity to attract the best and the brightest, to solve humanity’s most pressing problems, and to foster a community of life-long learners who make a difference in the world. Candidates who can contribute to that value are encouraged to identify their strengths and experiences in this area via their diversity statements.

Additional information on DBOS and CGU can be found at Evaluation of candidates will begin October 1, 2023, and continue until the position is filled. This position is subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees. Applicants should submit a Vita, personal statement, diversity statement, and the names of three references. In addition, include in your personal statement a list of all graduate statistics and methods courses you have taught and those you are qualified to teach. Please also identify the concentration, with which you believe your work is most closely associated, and how you see your work contributing to the scholarship currently being conducted in that concentration.

Submit to:
Chair, Statistics & Quantitative Methodology Search Committee
Division of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences
Claremont Graduate University
123 E. Eighth Street
Claremont, California, 91711