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Fwd: Positions at UTS (Sydney)

From: "Tapan Rai" <Tapan.Rai@uts.edu.au>
To: tloughlin@sfu.ca, rachelm@sfu.ca, dbingham@stat.sfu.ca
Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2016 9:53:37 PM
Subject: Positions at UTS (Sydney)

Dear Tom, Rachel and Derek,


As I mentioned when I visited last month, the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is looking to recruit several statisticians and mathematicians over the next couple of year. The ads for the first round of hiring are now live on the UTS website. Please publicize these positions in your department and on any Canadian (or international) statistical mailing lists or societies that you may be members of. I would appreciate any advice on sites where we might publicize these positions.

The link to the ad on our website is provided below:

Lecturer-Snr Lecturer-Associate Professor in Mathematical Sciences



Thanks for your help… and hope all is going well as you work towards the start of a new academic year in the northern hemisphere.





Dr Tapan Rai, PhD

Mathematical Sciences Discipline Leader | Senior Lecturer (Statistical Consulting) |

School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences | University of Technology Sydney | Broadway, NSW 2007.

Email: Tapan.Rai@uts.edu.au | Tel: +61-2-9514-2145 | Mobile: +61-431-917-038 | Web: www.uts.edu.au/staff/tapan.rai


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