The Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences is hiring multiple full-time, non-tenure track positions for 2019-2020 academic year to teach undergraduate mathematics and/or statistics courses. The Department seeks candidates with a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching. Outstanding communication skills are essential, and the ability to teach large lecture courses is a plus. The ideal candidate will contribute to the teaching mission and the research mission of the Department and Marquette University. The teaching load is expected to be 3 to 4 sections per semester, depending on class size and credit hours.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Class preparation, assigning readings and homework, grading exam and papers, assigning grades, and holding at least three regularly scheduled office hours per week.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Masters Degree preferred or substantial progress toward the terminal degree.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
A Ph.D. is preferred.
Special Instructions to Applicants :
All applications for this position must be received through Marquette University’s electronic recruiting system. A complete application includes the following: - cover letter - curriculum vitae - statement of teaching philosophy - unofficial graduate school transcripts. A research statement is optional for candidate that want to express their contribution to the research mission of the Department. Additionally, applicants should arrange for three letters of reference to be sent to the Department by email to “MathHire@mscs.mu.edu.”
Formal review of applications will begin on May 10, 2019, and will continue until the positions are filled.
Internal Number: 11457
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