[Ml-stat-talks] Fwd: OR/stat faculty opening at MIT Sloan

Robert Schapire schapire at CS.Princeton.EDU
Thu Oct 7 14:13:11 EDT 2010


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Subject: 	OR/stat faculty opening at MIT Sloan
Date: 	Thu, 7 Oct 2010 10:38:27 -0400
From: 	Cynthia Rudin <rudin at mit.edu>


We have an opening in my group next year in the OR/Stat group at MIT 
Sloan, so you can forward this if you know of anyone who might fit.

I am attaching the announcement of the position below, so if you know of 
students who would fit well for this position please let them know so 
that we can schedule interviews with them (for instance during INFORMS).


Cynthia Rudin
Assistant Professor of Statistics
MIT Sloan School of Management


The MIT Sloan School invites applications for a tenure-track faculty 
position in the area of Operations Research and Statistics beginning 
July 2011.  Strong applicants will demonstrate the potential for 
research and teaching excellence in the area of Operations Research and 
Statistics. We are especially interested in candidates who can build a 
strong methodological research base, contribute to application areas of 
high impact, and be a successful teacher for the undergraduate, MBA, and 
Ph.D. programs.

Applicants should possess or be close to the completion of a Ph.D. in a 
relevant field by the date of appointment. We especially want to 
identify qualified female and minority candidates for consideration in 
these positions. Applicants must submit their 1) up-to-date curriculum 
vitae, 2) relevant information about teaching as well as research 
experience and performance, and 3) three letters of recommendation by 
November 1, 2010. If papers are available, please provide electronic copies.

Please send applications to:
or-search at mit.edu

Operations Research Faculty Search Committee
c/o Ms. Shiba Nemat-Nasser
MIT Sloan School of Management

MIT is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a culturally 
diverse intellectual community and strongly encourages applications from 
women and minorities.

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