The Institute of Child Development in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) at the University of Minnesota seeks an associate or full professor for a full-time, tenured position in developmental psychopathology. We welcome applications from individuals conducting research in any area of developmental psychopathology, including but not limited to: prevention/intervention sciences; health and opportunity disparities; risk and trauma; family, community, and global contexts; culture and psychopathology; stress and adaptation; mental health and neurodevelopmental disorders; and resilience and positive youth development.  Our department values a wide range of methods and approaches, including epidemiologic, genetic, epigenetic, neurobiological, sociocultural, translational, computational, qualitative or mixed methods, big-data, and community engaged research. Similarly, skills in advanced developmental research methods and/or statistical expertise are of interest. All applicants are expected to have a strong record of scientific publication and external research funding, as well as teaching and mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students in developmental psychopathology and/or developmental psychology. A clear developmental orientation to research and teaching is required. ICD is committed to anti-racism, including building and supporting a culturally diverse faculty. We strongly encourage applications from minority candidates and other under-represented groups. The anticipated starting date for this appointment is August 2023 and the salary is competitive and commensurate with experience.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Establish and/or maintain a strong and internationally recognized record of scholarship in the domain of Developmental Psychopathology.
  • Pursue external funding opportunities to support one’s scholarly inquiry.
  • Contribute to undergraduate and graduate education through teaching, advising Ph.D. students, mentoring undergraduate students in research, and participating in curriculum and program development in the department.
  • Provide service on committees in the Department, College, and the University as well as engagement or service within professional organizations.

About University of Minnesota, Institute of Child Development

The Institute of Child Development (ICD) has long been a premier center for scholarship, teaching, and engagement in developmental psychology. Coursework and research activities focus on the cognitive, perceptual, social, emotional, cultural, and psychobiological/neuroscience processes underlying the development of infants, children, adolescents, and adults. In addition to our Developmental Science program, ICD collaborates with the Department of Psychology to offer a specialty doctoral track in Developmental Psychopathology and Clinical Science.

Founded in 1925 and now located in a new, state-of-the-art research and teaching facility, the Institute is a pre-eminent department for the study of children’s development in the United States, including a top-ranked doctoral program in developmental psychology.  From its inception, a key tenet of the department has been to “give away” developmental science. This philosophy has created an environment rich with collaborations, new ideas, and exciting interdisciplinary work.  Please visit our website at: https://icd.umn.edu