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Virginia Tech

Location: BlacksburgVA 24061 Document ID: AA363-0GOK Posted on: 2017-11-2411/24/2017 Job Type: Full-time

Job Schedule:Full-time
2017-12-24
 

Quantitative Methods Assistant Professor

Virginia Tech, founded in 1872 as a land-grant institution, is currently ranked as a Top 25 Public University by US News & World Report and a Top 25 Public Research University by the National Science Foundation. Through a combination of its three missions of learning, discovery, and engagement, Virginia Tech continually strives to accomplish the charge of its motto: Ut Prosim (That I May Serve). As the Commonwealth's most comprehensive university and its leading research institution, Virginia Tech serves a diverse population of 30,000+ students and 8000+ faculty and staff from over 100 countries, and is engaged in research around the world. Invent the Future at Virginia Tech.

Position Summary:
Virginia Tech invites applications for one full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position in quantitative methods in the Department of Sociology at the rank of Assistant Professor to begin Fall, 2017. Applicants must be competent in advanced quantitative methods and statistics. Additional competency in survey design and analysis is preferred. Substantive areas of research are open. Applicants must have Ph.D. in hand at the start of appointment. We seek a scholar who will contribute to graduate training in advanced quantitative methods, maintain a program of research excellence, and contribute to both the graduate and undergraduate programs. The normal teaching load is two courses each semester.

Required Qualifications:
PhD in sociology at the time of appointment

Preferred Qualifications:



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