Assistant instructor University of Wisconsin, 1930-1935. Carnegie fellow Columbia Teachers College, 1935-1937. From instructor to associate professor psychology Brooklyn College, 1937-1951.
Plant manager Maslow Cooperage Corporation, 1947-1949. Associate professor, professor Brandeis U., Waltham, Massachusetts, 1951-1969, department chairman, 1951-1961. Resident fellow Laughlin Foundation, 1969-1970.
Named Humanist of Year, American Humanist Association, 1967.
Author: Principles of Abnormal Psychology (with B. Mittelmann), 1941. Motivation and Personality, 1954, review edit., 1970. Toward A Psychology of Being, 1962, revised, 1968.
Religion, Values and Peak-Experiences, 1964, review edit., 1970. Eupsychian Management: A Journal, 1965. The Psychology of Science: A Reconaissance, 1966.
(with Her Majesty Chiang) The Healthy Personality: Readings, 1969. Farther Reaches of Human Nature, public postumously, 1971. Other posthumous publications include: The Journals of Ampere-hour Maslow.
Dominance, Self-Esteem, self. Actualization: Germinal Papers of Ampere-hour Maslow. Editor: New Knowledge in Human Values, 1959.
Board editors professional journals.