Benedictine University is an inclusive academic community, inspired
by the Catholic intellectual tradition and Benedictine values. We
seek employees who will contribute to the advancement of our
mission by helping students shape lives of meaning and purpose as
engaged citizens who care for the Earth, welcome people of diverse
faiths and cultures, and promote the common good.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Teach course Categorical Data Analysis in the Master of Public
Health program beginning 10/24/2022.
Course Description: This course covers a variety of statistical
methods for analyzing categorical data, including estimation and
inference for contingency tables and Generalized Linear Models
(GLM) for categorical and ordinal data. The course includes
instruction on how to carry out these analyses in SPSS. Emphasis
will be placed on interpreting test and model results within the
context of epidemiology and public health. The course is currently
taught online in the D2L Learning Management System.
Required Qualifications: Minimum of master’s degree in
Biostatistics, Public Health, or closely related field. Doctoral
degree is preferred. Significant teaching experience (online and in
person) at the graduate level and applied experience in public
health data analytics preferred. Experience with the D2L Learning
Management System is desired.
Application Deadline: Review of applications begins
Candidates who are offered an adjunct faculty position at
Benedictine University must present Official Transcripts and
Curriculum Vitae (CV)/resume in order to be considered for the
position, and must present them to Human Resources before the
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