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Message From: Taya Cohen
Position/Title: Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior
School/Organization: Carnegie Mellon University
We are hiring a lab manager for the Center for Behavioral & Decision Research (CBDR) at Carnegie Mellon University. The lab manager will coordinate the daily operations of the laboratories and data truck that serve over 50 faculty, Ph.D. students and research assistants at Carnegie Mellon University. The starting date for this position will be in July or August.
The current directors of the Center for Behavioral & Decision Research are Prof. Taya Cohen (Tepper School of Business), Prof. George Loewenstein (Department of Social & Decision Sciences), and Prof. Alessandro Acquisti (Heinz College of Public Policy).
Interested applicants, please apply by emailing a CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
For more information, including dates for summer 2014 and online applications to individual programs, please visit our program web sites:
University of Iowa
University of Minnesota
NC State University – Duke Clinical Research Institute
University of Pittsburgh
University of Wisconsin
Department of Statistics, Box 8203, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8203
Three Program Options
Master’s in Applied Psychological Science
This terminal Master’s program in Applied Psychological Science is designed to prepare students for employment as non-licensed professionals (in applied practical or research settings) or for further training in psychology at the doctoral level. The APS program is not designed to meet the master’s level licensure requirements for either psychology or counseling in the state of Oregon.
PsyD in Clinical Psychology
The PsyD in Clinical Psychology program follows a practitioner-scholar model of professional education, with coursework, application and research reflecting the field’s latest empirical findings. It is accredited by the American Psychological Association.
PhD in Clinical Psychology
The PhD Program in Clinical Psychology at Pacific University adheres to a scientist-practitioner model and prepares students to integrate the science and practice of psychology by completing specific requirements in didactic instruction and experiential practica. Graduates can function as scientists and practitioners, trained with a particular emphasis on the research and academic aspects of our field.
PhD program in Psychology and Social Intervention (PSI) at Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, & Human Development