Temporary Math Assistant Professor / Instructor Positions
The Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Delaware invites applications for multiple temporary non-tenure track faculty positions.
Candidates must have an M.S. or Ph.D. in mathematics or in a closely related discipline. Previous teaching experience at the collegiate level is required. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching undergraduate courses especially at the college algebra, pre-calculus and calculus level. We are also interested in candidates with a background working in actuarial sciences or optimization. Demonstrated ability to teach in large enrollment, coordinated courses will be viewed favorably. Dedication to working closely with students and other instructors is required.
To apply, the following materials must be submitted electronically to the MathJobs website www.mathjobs.org : an AMS cover sheet, a letter of interest, a teaching statement, a curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation. All application materials shall be shared with the university faculty. In exceptional circumstances, applications may be sent by mail to:
Professor Christopher Raymond
Temporary Faculty Search Committee; Department of Mathematical Sciences;
University of Delaware; Newark, DE 19716.
Review of applications will begin on April 1, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled.
The one-year appointment will begin on September 1, 2019 and is renewable up to two times subject to department needs and satisfactory performance.
``Temporary Assistant Professor/Instructor Positions” in the subject line.
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M.S. degree or Ph.D degree in Mathematics or closely related discipline.
Internal Number: 106392
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The Department of Mathematical Sciences (http://www.mathsci.udel.edu/) at the University of Delaware provides a stimulating, challenging forum for scholars to continue their research in mathematical sciences as well as engage in interdisciplinary research. The department has an established graduate program in Mathematics and in Applied Mathematics. The department runs research programs of international excellence, with active research groups in probability, applied stochastic analysis, discrete mathematics, numerical analysis, inverse problems, mathematics of materials, mathematical biology, and mathematics education.