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Date:    Mon, 28 Jun 1993 15:53:00 +1200

From: VIRTUE::PSYC0023 24-JUN-1993 16:42:23.38 To: (at)PSYCSTAFF.DIS CC: Subj: VISITING LECTURER ADVERT PLEASE FORWARD THE UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO HAMILTON, NEW ZEALAND VISITING LECTURER IN PSYCHOLOGY Applications for Visiting Lectureships in Psychology are now invited for 1994 and enquiries invited concerning 1995. The department wishes to appoint up to three visiting scholars for 3-4 months each. Applicants should have considerable teaching and research experience and they will normally be expected to undertake research, and contribute to both undergraduate and graduate teaching, and postgraduate supervision. Research interests of the Psychology department include, social, clinical, community, cross-cultural, justice, feminism, experimental and applied behaviour analysis, industrial/organizational, personality, neuropsychology, health promotion, perception and learning. Microcomputers and a good network are available to staff. Applicants should have a Doctorate in Psychology or equivalent. Starting dates are negotiable. Remuneration will be by a fee and appropriate expenses grant. The total sum available for appointments is NZ$37,440 and this will be allocated on a pro rata basis to the successful applicants. For informal preliminary enquiries, contact the Department Chairperson, telephone (64)7 8562889, Fax (64)7 8562158. Information on the method of application and conditions of appointment can be obtained from Personnel, Academic Staffing, The University of Waikato, Private Bag 3105, Hamilton, New Zealand, telephone (64)7 8562999, Fax (64)7 8560135. Applications quoting reference number A93/27 should reach Academic Staffing by 23 July 1993. Late applications may be considered. Places for appointees' children may be available in the creche run by the Campus Creche Society (Inc). Equal opportunity is University policy.

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