Interviewing for Faculty Jobs: the Campus Visit


Campus Visits (aka: job interviews) typically involve mission-critical meetings with deans, department chairs, search committees, graduate students,  lunch and dinner meetings, and conversations with a variety of other faculty and constituents across campus, in addition to the “crown jewel” of the campus visit: the job talk.  Each of these meetings have distinctive purposes and expectations, and knowing these at the outset gives you a substantial advantage in preparing for your campus visit and in conducting engaging and effective interactions. Come learn about the objectives of these meetings and how best to maximize your success in each the key meetings that will comprise your campus visit. Original webcast date: January 26, 2018.

Learning Objective

1. Identify the primary purpose each of your meetings during your campus visit.

2. Describe at least 3 Dos and Don'ts for your job talk.

3. Describe the decision making process and typical timeline following your campus visit.


Greg J. Neimeyer, PhD

As a lifetime inductee into the Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars, much of Dr. Neimeyer’s career has been dedicated to teaching and training in the areas of psychodiagnosis and psychopathology.  His professional development trainings on the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) have been presented nationally and internationally in a wide variety of academic, community, and hospital contexts, as well as to mental health associations, agencies and organizations.  A Fellow of the American Psychological Association, Dr. Neimeyer is the recipient of its Award for Outstanding Achievement in Career and Personality Research. His trainings draw from his extensive clinical experience in medical residency training programs, VAMCs, university counseling centers, and private practice.

Continuing Education

1.5 CE
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Price: $40.00

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