Assistant Professor (tenure track)
Applications are invited for a tenure-track assistant professor starting
August 2004. Responsibilities include teaching, research, and service. Ph.D.
in Statistics (or related field) required with expertise complementing
faculty interests. Application reviews begin December 1, 2003 and continue
until position is filled. Send cover letter, resume, and three
recommendation letters to:
For more information, visit thedepartment website at http://www.ksu.edu/stats/.
Kansas State University is an equal-opportunity employer.
The department currently has twelve tenure-track faculty who are engaged
various areas of research in statistics, including linear and nonlinear
models, nonparametric statistics, experimental design, stochastic processes,
multivariate statistics, sampling, categorical data, order-restricted
inference, survival data analysis, and statistics education. The department
offers B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in statistics, and it sponsors an
annual conference on applications of statistics to agriculture (see
http://www.ksu.edu/stats/agstat.conference/). Currently, the department has
about 40 graduate students.
Located in the heart of the scenic Flint Hills, Manhattan is home to
sports, first-class accommodations, great restaurants, spectacular outdoor
recreation, and regional shopping. Manhattan has 45,000 residents, and
during the school year over 22,000 additional KSU students call Manhattan
home. Manhattan is located 125 miles west of Kansas City just off Interstate