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The California State University, Fullerton, Department of Public Health, is seeking a candidate for a full-time tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor faculty position in Mental Health/Substance Use. The department is particularly interested in candidates with expertise in mental health, substance use, and/or prevention and intervention research with the goal of addressing mental health or substance use disparities and/or improving mental health or substance use outcomes in clearly defined priority populations. Persons conducting research on either mental health or substance use in a public health context are encouraged to apply; and those whose research focuses on the intersections between mental health and substance use are particularly encouraged. 

The Department of Public Health has over 1,600 declared majors in the undergraduate program with another 50 graduate students in the CEPH-accredited Master of Public Health program. The successful applicant is expected to teach successfully to students from diverse backgrounds, including first-generation college students, in the undergraduate and graduate programs; engage in focused ongoing scholarly and creative activity; create and maintain successful research ties with diverse communities; and actively contribute through service to the department, college, university, and surrounding community.

California State University, Fullerton, is home to over 39,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offers 109 degree programs at all levels. The University is designated as an Asian American and American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution and a Hispanic-Serving Institution. The University also maintains a large network of community support groups like Friends of the Fullerton Arboretum and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and partners with not-for-profit organizations that support and advance the institution’s educational mission and offer experiences to students.

HHD_PH_MHSA_10703BR.pdf

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