Interested in pursuing a career in clinical psychology at a liberal arts college? Here are some resources:
- We asked our faculty members what they wished they had known before applying to, or accepting an offer from, a liberal arts college. Here is what they had to say.
- “A Guide for Applying to Jobs at Selective Liberal Arts Colleges” from Inside Higher Ed
- “How to Get a Teaching Job at a Liberal-Arts College” from The Chronicle of Higher Education
- “How Do You Get Hired by a SLAC?” from Chronicle Vitae
- “Getting hired at a liberal arts college” from Science
- A number of resources for applying to small liberal arts colleges from Swarthmore College
- “More than R1: Why I chose a liberal arts job” from Dr. Eric Anthony Grollman
- “Scholarship Activities of Clinical Psychologists at Liberal Arts Colleges” by Lauren Stutts
- “Navigating the Pre-Tenure Process” – a panel for SSCP of Drs. Emily Haigh, Autumn Kujawa, Alison McLeish, Julia McQuade, and Aidan Wright
- We hosted a webinar, “Illuminating the Liberal Arts Academic Path,” organized by Thomas Le. Liz Dalton moderated the webinar, and the panelists included Drs. Shu-wen Wang, Christin Fort, and Danielle Lindner.
- Teaching of Psychology has published a few relevant papers:
NEW FACULTY: There is a Google support group for new faculty in clinical psychology. (It is not run by the CPLAC SIG and is not specific to faculty at liberal arts colleges.) You can search for “New Clinical Psych Faculty Support Group” and request to join via Google Groups.