Eleanor and Howard Morgan Professorship in the chool of Operations Research and Information Engineering
The School of Operations Research and Information Engineering at Cornell University invites exceptional applicants for the Eleanor and Howard Morgan Professorship. The School of OR&IE seeks visionary candidates who will drive new research thrusts, catalyze growth in existing areas, and help lead efforts to realize the School's vision of a world in which operation research and analytics are fundamental to improved decision-making that helps address some of society's most pressing problems.
Cornell ORIE is a diverse group of high-quality researchers and educators interested in probability, optimization, statistics, machine learning, simulation, and a wide array of applications including, but not limited to, e-commerce, supply chains, scheduling, manufacturing, transportation and mobility, health care, financial engineering, service systems and network science. We value mathematical and technical depth and innovation, and experience with applications and practice. Ideal candidates will have correspondingly broad training and interests. The School of Operations Research and Information Engineering spans both the traditional Cornell campus in Ithaca and the new presence at Cornell Tech on Roosevelt Island in New York City. This position is for the Cornell Ithaca campus, but the potential for connection with the Cornell Tech campus and its associated mission of external engagement is desirable.
Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae, statement of research and leadership vision, and complete contact information for at least three references. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Submit applications online at https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/14253. Questions may be addressed by email to David Shmoys, Chair, Eleanor and Howard Morgan Chair Search Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org .
ORIE and the College of Engineering at Cornell embrace diversity and seek candidates who can contribute to a welcoming climate for students, staff and faculty of all races and genders. Cornell University seeks to meet the needs of dual career couples, has a Dual Career program, and is a member of the Upstate New York Higher Education Recruitment Consortium to assist with dual career searches. Visit www.unyherc.org/home to see positions available in higher education in the upstate New York area. Diversity and Inclusion are a part of Cornell University's heritage. We are a recognized employer and educator valuing AA/EEO, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities. We strongly encourage women and underrepresented minorities to apply.
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