The UNH Department of Security Studies is seeking one or two adjunct faculty to teach classes in the MS in National Security Intelligence Analysis. The successful applicant will be expected to teach the course 2 times each year for at least two years. We are committed to supporting and sustaining an educational community that is inclusive, diverse, and equitable. The values of diversity, inclusion and equity are inextricably linked to our mission of teaching and research excellence, and we embrace these values as being critical to development, learning, and success. NSIA 870 National Security Quantitative Research Design and Analysis I Quantitative Design and Analysis I introduces students to data and data analysis. The course provides an overview of statistical learning and approaches for stating and refining research questions and hypothesis testing. Students will employ the âepicycles of analysisâ approach to conduct exploratory data analysis. Students will learn how to describe data, and how to use appropriate counting techniques, including basic data visualization will be employed using R. NSIA 890 National Security Quantitative Research Design and Analysis II In this course students will develop a data science tool kit tailored for use to investigate intelligence or security related research questions. The methodological approaches students will be exposed to include linear regression, classification, resampling methods, linear model selection, tree-based methods, unsupervised learning, and network analysis. Ethical approaches to the use of data science are reviewed in this class. These will be asynchronous online courses. Cover letter should include oneâs interest in, preparation for and experience in teaching at the graduate level.
Masterâs Degree Analytics or related field required. Evidence of effective past teaching experience at the graduate level. Quantitative analytical experience in a discipline related to intelligence studies.
Internal Number: AFP0184FY20
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