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Mayer Humi

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Registered: 12/12/04
Posted: Dec 7, 1995 9:48 AM
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is an innovative college of science,
engineering and management with an enrollment of 2,500 undergraduates and
400 full-time graduate students, located in central Massachusetts.

The WPI Mathematical Sciences Department, currently with 22 full-time faculty,
faculty research include applied mathematic, optimal control, discrete
mathematics, statistics, operations research, scientific computation and
pedagogy. Its teaching/research facilities include networked workstation
laboratories and offices in addition to well supported campus-wide facilities.

The department seeks a dynamic individual who can promote growth in the
department's nationally recognized research program by attracting several
outstanding faculty to fill anticipated openings. The new department head
will be expected to take a leadership role in educational innovation.
He/she will have the opportunity to expand and develop new research and
educational programs, including an industrial project program for graduate
and undergraduate students.

Nominations for and applications from persons holding a Ph.D. should be
directed to the Director of Human Resources, Mathematical Sciences
Department Head Search Committee, Dept. A, Office of Human Resources,
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 100 Institute Road, Worcester, MA 01609-2280.
Priority will be given to applications received before February 1, 1996.

address: Prof. Mayer Humi tel:(508)831-5213
Dept. of Math,WPI,
100 Institute Rd.
Worcester,MA 01609-2247,USA

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