Lecturer with expertise in applied statistics to teach core introductory courses to students across Teachers College. Teaching experience at the college, graduate, or K-12 levels is preferred. Experience with a wide range of statistical software is also preferred, including SPSS and R. Initial appointment will be for one year, but renewal is a possibility.
The Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics program is part of the Human Development Department at Teachers College. The program group includes six full-time faculty (including Lecturers/Visiting Professors) plus adjunct faculty. Faculty in the program teach graduate students across Teachers College via several introductory and intermediate service courses, and provide informal statistical consulting. These methods courses are taken primarily by Masters and doctoral students in psychology-related disciplines, as well as in health and education policy. Course enrollments usually range between 15-75 students, depending upon the course. The graduate student population in the program group includes candidates in our Ph.D. and Ed.D. programs in Measurement and Evaluation, as well as those enrolled in the M.S. in Applied Statistics.
Teach 5 graduate courses per year as requested by the department. Possible courses include HUDM 4122 (Probability and Statistics for non-majors), HUDM 5122 (Applied Regression Analysis for non-majors), HUDM5123 (Linear Models and Experimental Design) as well as other intermediate courses. Advise and mentor Masters students in our M.S. in Applied Statistics program. Participate actively and collegially in departmental activities.
- Earned doctorate in statistics or quantitative methods;
- Experience with teaching and advising students (undergraduate or graduate).