Statistics Assistant Professor Search

Mathematical Sciences Chairperson:

Dr. Joseph Straight
Office: 212 Fenton Hall
Phone: (716) 673-3243
Fax: (716) 673-3804
E-Mail: straight@fredonia.edu

SUNY Fredonia
Department of Mathematical Sciences

The department invites applications for a tenure-track position in statistics at the rank of Assistant Professor. A Ph.D. (earned or expected by 08/15/13) in statistics, or closely related field, is required. The department welcomes applicants from all areas of specialization within statistics, including statistics education. The successful candidate will show evidence of excellence in teaching and potential for scholarly growth. Experience teaching statistics using a learner- and data-centered approach, along with appropriate technology, will be considered a plus.

SUNY Fredonia enjoys a reputation as one of the top comprehensive universities in the Northeast. The attractive campus, nestled among the scenic vineyards and orchards of Western New York, is approximately 50 miles southwest of Buffalo along the southern shore of Lake Erie. The university has approximately 5400 full-time students, and the department has about 175 majors distributed across four programs: Mathematics, Applied Mathematics (with an option that allows students to concentrate in statistics), Mathematics/Adolescence Education, and Mathematics/Middle Childhood Education. The department also has an active Master of Science in Mathematics Education program and contributes to an interdisciplinary minor in statistics.

Review of applications will begin September 4, 2012 and continue until the position is filled.

To view the complete vacancy and to apply, visit https://careers.fredonia.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=50805.

SUNY Fredonia prides itself on an outstanding workforce. To continually support organizational excellence, the university conducts background screens on applicants. An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, SUNY Fredonia encourages and actively seeks applications from minorities, women, and people with disabilities.


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