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Two positions open in the statistics group at the NYU education school. If you get the job, you get to work with Jennifer HIll!

One position is a postdoctoral fellowship, and the other is a visiting professorship. The latter position requires “the demonstrated ability to develop a nationally recognized research program,” which seems like a lot to ask for a visiting professor. Do they expect the visiting prof to develop a nationally recognized research program and then leave it there at NYU after the visit is over?

In any case, Jennifer and her colleagues are doing excellent work, both applied and methodological, and this seems like a great opportunity.

One Comment

  1. zbicyclist says:

    "The latter position requires "the demonstrated ability to develop a nationally recognized research program," which seems like a lot to ask for a visiting professor."

    Does the visiting professor get to pick the nation?

    Idle thought: what nation has the fewest statisticians?