Assistant Professor
University of Minnesota 327 reviews - Duluth, MN

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REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: PhD in statistics or biostatistics or equivalent from a regionally accredited university by June 30, 2013; an active research program in statistics; and demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching (through a Teaching Assistantship is acceptable). PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Teaching experience at the college level; effective written and oral communication; research accepted by refereed publications; collaborative, interdisciplinary research; experience in advising undergraduate- and graduate-student research; record of working effectively with a diverse student body; and potential to excel or continue to excel in all of the above.

Note: There are up to 2 openings for this position.


DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Participate fully in the three traditional components of academic activities: teaching (including course development and student advisement); research; and service to the department, University, and discipline.

Program/Unit Description

PROGRAM/UNIT DESCRIPTION: The Department of Mathematics and Statistics, in the Swenson College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota Duluth, offers the following degrees: Mathematics B.S; Statistics and Actuarial Science B.S.; and Applied and Computational Mathematics M.S. Further information is available at

Application Instructions

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Minnesota Duluth has up to two full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor positions available beginning August 26, 2013. Please apply online via the Employment System at The following application materials are required and must be submitted online: Resume/Curriculum Vitae; Cover Letter/Letter of Intent; References (contact information for at least three); Additional Document 1 (statement of teaching philosophy); Additional Document 2 (description of current and planned research program); and Additional Document 3 (transcript of graduate program). Additional Document 4 (manuscripts or links to manuscripts) is optional. Three signed letters of recommendation are required and must be sent by the writers to, with "Stat TT Search" and the applicant's name in the subject line. Complete applications will be reviewed beginning December 20, 2012. Considered applicants may be asked to submit additional information.

If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please contact the University of Minnesota Disability Specialist at 218-726-7725.

Individuals from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.

***Smoking is prohibited on all UMD property. The smoking ban includes indoor facilities and the campus grounds, as well as all University vehicles.***

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