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Perhaps of interest to some on this list:
A search is ongoing for the following position. Qualified candidates are
urged to apply as soon as possible. A full version of the position
description is appended.
*Professor and Director*
* Initiative on Research Methods and Quantitative Techniques*
*School of Social Science, Urban Affairs, and Public Policy*
*Northeastern University *
The School of Social Science, Urban Affairs, and Public Policy at
Northeastern University (*www.policyschool.neu.edu*) seeks a director of its
Initiative on social science research methods and quantitative techniques,
which seeks to assure that students are equipped with appropriate research
skills and faculty have access to resources to enhance their research. The
director is also expected to work with faculty in areas of applied policy
The position is at the rank of full professor with tenure in an appropriate
social science department. Salary and benefits are competitive. We require:
· Ph.D. in a social science field
· Exceptional teaching in social science research methodology and
applied quantitative techniques
· A record of accomplishment in applied policy research
· A record of working smoothly with a team of social scientists
To apply, send a letter of application, c.v., and supporting documents to:
Christopher Bosso, School of Social Science, Urban Affairs and Public
Policy, 150 Meserve Hall, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115.
Electronic submissions are preferred and sent to *[log in to unmask]*.
Northeastern is an Affirmative Action, Title IX, Equal Opportunity Employer.
David Lazer (www.davidlazer.com)
Director, Program on Networked Governance
Associate Professor of Public Policy
Harvard Kennedy School
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