Central Connecticut State University
Department of Mathematical Sciences

Assistant Professor level (tenure-track)

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT, seeks candidates for a tenure-track position in statistics and/or data mining at the assistant professor level.

Central Connecticut State University is a metropolitan university with over 11,000 students. The Department of Mathematical Sciences (www.math.ccsu.edu) has twenty-six full-time members, and is home to the Master of Science program in Data Mining, the only such program in the world to offer all courses online (www.ccsu.edu/datamining).  The Department also offers Bachelor of Arts degrees in mathematics and mathematics with specializations in statistics, actuarial science, and operations research, two Bachelor of Science degrees, one certifiable for elementary teaching and one certifiable for secondary teaching, Master's of Arts in mathematics, mathematics with specialization in computer
science, and mathematics with specialization in statistics, actuarial science, or operations research, and Master's of Science degrees in data mining, and, for certified elementary and secondary teachers. The Department is involved in several interdisciplinary collaborative efforts with colleagues in fields including Computer Science, the Natural Sciences, Criminal Justice, the School of Business, and Teacher Education. Members of the Department are actively engaged in scholarship and outreach to the community.

Responsibilities include: teaching statistics and data mining courses, research, and department/university Service.

Required qualification is a Doctorate in statistics, computer science or related field.  Candidates with Doctorates in other fields may be considered, provided they document research, teaching experience, and/or extensive work experience in data mining.  Candidates who will complete all requirements for the Ph.D. by August 23, 2004 may be considered.

Preference may be given to candidates who have teaching and/or research experience in data mining.  Strong communication skills are also valued.  Experience teaching in an online environment will be especially valued.

For more information, e-mail larosed@ccsu.edu.

Send letter of application, curriculum vita, graduate transcripts, and three letters of reference to:

Daniel Larose
Statistics / Data Mining Search Committee Chair
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Central Connecticut State University
New Britain, CT 06050-4010

Review of candidates will begin on March 1, 2004.

Central Connecticut State University aggressively pursues a program of equal employment and educational opportunity and affirmative action. Members of all underepresented groups, women, veterans, and persons with disabilities are invited and encouraged to apply.