Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE) is seeking for two candidates

- 2017-02-15



Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor in Forensic Statistics

The Department of Statistics at Iowa State University is seeking candidates for two positions at the level of Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. These appointments will be affiliated with the Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE) which specializes in statistical research to advance scientifically sound forensic analysis in the judicial system.  Duties of a successful candidate will include maintaining a vigorous research program in the field of forensics statistics, undergraduate and graduate level teaching, graduate student advising, and professional and institutional service. This position is tenure-eligible. Requirements include a Ph.D. in statistics, exceptional research record as demonstrated by peer-reviewed publications, and documented teaching experience.

The highly ranked doctoral program in Statistics at Iowa State University currently has approximately 140 graduate students, 100 undergraduate majors, 38 faculty, and produces 15 Ph.D. graduates annually. CSAFE, a nationally recognized center including 4 universities, over 60 researches, research institutes, and national practitioners, is coordinated by Iowa State University. The interdisciplinary team works on building a statistically sound and scientifically solid foundation for interpretation of pattern and digital evidence.  Additionally, the center provides education and training in these new methods. More information can be found at   To apply, please visit

Interested applicants must submit their materials by 02/15/2017