Applying for Part-Time Teaching in the Department of Psychology

Thank you for your inquiry about teaching opportunities in our Department. We do not have an opening for an instructor position this current quarter, but if you are interested in a position for future quarters or for next academic year, we invite you to complete the application materials available at this site. After we have received and reviewed your materials, you may be invited for a brief interview (one to two hours). If the interview is successful we will include you on the “ready to be hired” part-time faculty list. Should a position open in your area of expertise we will give you careful consideration.

Below is a check list of materials we would like you to submit as part of your application. The forms for items 7 through 11 are available for downloading at this site (by clicking on the link). You may send hard copies of all materials via regular mail or send electronic copies of the materials through e-mail attachments to the Department Chair, Dr. Robert Ricco or the Department Associate Chair, Dr. Yuchin Chien.

Adjunct Faculty Application Materials Status
1 Curriculum vitae  
2 Three recommendation letters  
3 Official transcript (undergraduate and graduate)  
4 Copy of driver’s license  
5 Sample student evaluations of teaching effectiveness, if any  
6 *Copy of social security card (*If you are invited for an interview, you will be asked to bring your original social security card and submit a copy of the card during the interview)  
7 Faculty biographical statement  
8 Emergency Contact and References  
9 Applicant data form  
10 Potential Adjunct Faculty teaching survey  
11 2014-2015 Potential Adjunct Faculty Teaching Schedule Survey  

The Psychology Department offers many Psychology (PSYC), Human Development (HD), and Child Development (CD) courses. We also share teaching responsibility with other departments some social sciences (SSCI) courses (e.g., SSCI-306, 316, and 325). A brief description of each course can be found in the “Bulletin of Courses (2012-2014)”.

http://catalog.csusb.edu/documents/2012-2014.pdf

The Psychology undergraduate courses are listed on Pages 322-328 and the graduate courses are listed on Pages 520-526.

The Human Development (HD) undergraduate courses are listed on Pages 239-245 and the Child Development (CD) graduate courses are listed on Page 402-403.

The brief description of the three related Social Sciences (SSCI) courses are listed on Page 337.

Again, thank you for your interest in a part-time position in our Department. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Best Regards,
Bob and Yuchin

Bob Ricco, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair
Psychology Department
California State University, San Bernardino
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407
(909) 537-5485
rricco@csusb.edu

Yuchin Chien, Ph.D.
Professor and Associate Chair
Psychology Department
California State University, San Bernardino
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino, CA 92407
(909) 537-5596
ychien@csusb.edu