Instructor, Applied Multivariate Analysis
The Department of Earth and Environment at Boston University seeks an instructor to teach a course in applied multivariate analysis (GE 516) in Fall 2019. The course is open to advanced undergraduate students and graduate students. Topics covered include a review of probability theory, univariate statistics, and univariate linear models, followed by a more in-depth survey of applied multivariate techniques. Training in statistical software is central to the course; instructors must be comfortable with at least one software package for teaching, preferably based on open source tools such as R or Python. A complete set of lecture notes, assignments, and software tutorials (in R) will be available to whomever is hired. Please forward a brief statement of interest, CV, and two letters of recommendation to email@example.com by March 15.
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