Louisiana State University

Assistant Professor (tenure-track)

Louisiana State University is recruiting for a tenure-track,
assistant professor position in statistics:

Tenure-track Assistant Professor beginning Fall 2004. Nine-month
teaching, research, and consulting in statistics. Ph.D. in statistics
or closely related field, commitment to applications, research,
excellence in teaching required. Active interests in bioinformatics,
statistical computing, data mining preferred, all research areas
considered. Deadline 03/31/2004 or until filled. Cover letter,
CV (including e-mail), transcripts, three reference letters to:

Professor Luis Escobar
#0725
Department of Experimental Statistics
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-5606.

LSU is an EO/EAE.

LSU is a Research I University, a ranking shared by only approximately
60 public institutions in the country. LSU is one of only 25
universities nationwide designated as both a land-grant and sea-grant
college. LSU is nationally and internationally recognized for its
efforts in a broad range of research fields.  The beautiful LSU Campus
is located on more than 2000 acres in the southern part of Baton Rouge
and is bordered on the west by the Mississippi River. The campus
architecture was based on the Renaissance style of northern
Italy. Baton Rouge is the capital and the center of South Louisiana's
cultural and recreational attractions. New Orleans is about 70 miles
to the southeast.

More information about the Department, and its Faculty and Programs
is available at http://www.stat.lsu.edu