COS School of Psychology Chair Search

The School of Psychology at Georgia Tech is a dynamic department with diverse research activities housed in the recently renovated Coon Building. The School offers doctoral training and research opportunities in five broad areas: Cognition and Brain Science, Cognitive Aging, Engineering Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and Quantitative Psychology, with interdisciplinary graduate programs in  Quantitative Biosciences and  Human Computer Interaction. Further, the School offers a B.S. Degree in Psychology.  Georgia Tech’s commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration is a major asset, which has led to frequent, fruitful interactions involving faculty in the School with those in other strong programs in the sciences, engineering, and liberal arts. 

Georgia Tech is a top-rated public university with an international reputation in technology and sciences located on an attractive campus in the heart of Atlanta, a large, vibrant, verdant city having great economic and cultural strengths.  For further information about the School, please refer to the web page at

 Applications should include a letter of interest outlining qualifications for the position, a curriculum vitae, and names and contact information of at least five references.  Electronic submission of materials is preferred and should be submitted by e-mail (to: or by regular mail (to: Psychology Chair Search Committee, Dean’s Office, College of Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology,  Atlanta, GA 30332-0365, U.S.A.). To ensure consideration, applications should be submitted by March 16, 2018, with review continuing until the position is filled.  CVs should include the applicant’s research, teaching, publications, and administrative and leadership experience. 

Georgia Tech is a unit of the University System of Georgia and an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and requires compliance with the Immigration Control Reform Act of 1986.  Candidates with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities are encouraged to appl